In yet another win for America, the Big Ten college football conference announced that it would be playing games this fall after all.
With much of NCAA football having already kicked off and the SEC returning soon, the Big Ten was facing intense pressure over the cancellation of the season which reeked of Democratic party dirty politics.
The Big Ten’s teams are located in many of the nation’s crucial battleground states that include Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota with two of those states having been subjected to crushing lockdowns by their power-mad Democrat governors.
President Trump made it clear from the beginning that he was backing the Big Ten playing games this season and played a huge part in the negotiations with conference president Kevin Warren that led to another vote being taken to play football.
Trump took to Twitter to spike the ball on Wednesday.
Per the POTUS: