BREAKING NEWS Out Of Philadelphia RIGHT Before NFL Championship Game… HOLY HELL!

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

I personally have boycotted the NFL and will continue to do so.

That being said, I can still report on NFL related stories like NFL thugs beating their wives, getting arrested and the usual things these thugs do.

But this isn’t about the players- it’s about the fans and what they do after the championship games.

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They go nuts, sometimes getting out of control and lighting cars on fire, breaking windows and basically rioting.

While most of the action during Sunday’s NFC championship game in Philadelphia may be on the field between the Eagles and Minnesota Vikings, city officials are taking no chances in making sure it doesn’t spill into other parts of the city, Fox News reports.

City crews dubbed the “Crisco Cops” spent Sunday morning greasing light poles around Philadelphia’ Center City neighborhood to prevent Eagles’ fans from climbing up after the game if the birds pull out a win and a trip to the Super Bowl.

Photos taken by a sports crew from FOX 9 show the poles greased up to deter any potential climbers.

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Crews in Philadelphia are greasing the light poles with Crisco to prevent Eagles fans from climbing up after the NFC Championship Game.

Crews in Philadelphia are greasing the light poles with Crisco to prevent Eagles fans from climbing up after the NFC Championship Game.  (FOX 9 Sports)

It’s just one of the precautions officials have made across the city in anticipation of the highly-anticipated game at 6:40 p.m. ET on FOX.

Philadelphia police have warned shop owners who won’t be open to lower their security gates, and remove all objects from in front of their stores, FOX 29 reported.

Along Philadelphia’s Broad Street and other popular places, bars are being asked to serve alcohol in plastic cups.

“We’re looking for that anomaly. We’re looking for that potential for a problem and we’ll address it when we see it,” Chief Thomas Nestel said Friday at a briefing on security preparations.

The chief had two friendly reminders for fans and revelers who take the city’s public transit system: No drinking on the trains and any bad behavior will be caught on camera.

“If you have 300 spare dollars in your monthly budget, go ahead, but you’ll be getting a citation and losing your alcohol,” he said.

It’s going to be crazy out there.

TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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