The Eagles have determined winner of 2016 Presidential Election
Who would have thought the Philadelphia Eagles would determine the outcome of this presidential election? Mark Grabovski believes that's the case, and has the results
Who would have thought the Philadelphia Eagles would determine the outcome of this presidential election?
Mark Grabowski believes that's the case, and has the results to back up his theory. Grabowski, a professor in New York and syndicated columnist, says the outcome of the last Eagles game determines who wins the election. The Eagles lost 28-23 to the New York Giants Sunday.
According to Grabowski, if the Eagles lose their last game before the election the incumbent party stays in the White House. If the Eagles win their last game before the election, the opposing party wins the presidential race.
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Grabowski dubs this theory as "The Eagles Rule."
Grabowski explains this process in his Washington Examiner article. He's 4-for-4 with this philosophy since 2000.
If the theory stays course, Hillary Clinton will become the 44th President of the United States (Democrats are the incumbent party holding the presidency).
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