posted on Dec, 1 2020 @ 01:37 AM
The 1918 World Series scandal which included 8 players from the white sox. Shoeless Joe Jackson, George Weaver "Buck", Lefty Williams, Fred
McMullin, "Swede" Riseberg, Oscar Felsch, "Chick" Gandil, Eddie Cicotte.
The series was thrown (gambling) playing against the Reds, Most of the players mentioned above admitted to throwing the game, all except two (I could
The commissioner of baseball at the time ended up permanently banning all eight players from ever playing in professional baseball again.
As I was throwing a few beers back, thinking about the series. I thought, this is how politics should be run. Anyone in politics (at least in America)
caught cheating should get a lifetime ban from ever holding a political position.
Consider this next sentence as a redundancy. For the remaining years until death (of said politician), no U.S. citizen (since you have to be a U.S.
citizen to hold an office. I put that in there for clarity) will ever be able to hold a position in politics if found guilty...(of?). Curious what
your thoughts are of what crimes or, otherwise, should be considered for a lifetime ban on U.S. official Political positions.