ANALYSIS: Did Obama Deploy a Military Engineered Rain Surge to Disrupt Game 7, Rig World Series for Chicago?

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By Andrew Stiles | 5:03 pm, November 3, 2016

The Chicago Cubs won a dramatic victory in extra innings of Game 7 of the World Series late Wednesday night, taking home their first title in 108 years. The game stretched into the early hours of the morning, in part thanks to a suspiciously timed 17-minute rain delay.


Some analysts have noted that the Cubs victory occurred just a few weeks after Hurricane Matthew pummeled the Florida coastline, where Donald Trump  maintains an elegant mansion at Mar-A-Lago.

Evidence suggests that President Obama may have ordered the U.S. military to engineer the hurricane for the sole purpose of exacting vengeance upon the Republican nominee by destroying his estate.

Further analysis revealed evidence to suggest that Obama likely deploy a hurricane (Sandy) to influence the outcome of the 2012 election. The hurricanes are mostly likely created using force generators such as wind turbines, or potentially through the use of controlled nuclear detonations at sea.


If such tactics can be used to generate hurricanes, it is not unreasonable to believe they can also be used to deploy strategic rain to alter sporting events.

Obama is a longtime resident of Chicago, and even though he is terrible at baseball, this affiliation provides a clear motive for the president to rig the World Series for his hometown team. He was quick to congratulate the Cubs on their victory. Perhaps too quick…

Of course, this plan would be much easier to pull off with the help of an ally on the ground to coordinate the weather attack. As it turns out, Obama’s former chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel was at the game! He was even photographed taking part in the on-field celebration.

Rahm Emanuel Chicago Cubs

The evidence speaks for itself. It’s highly probably that Obama did play a role in the suspicious rain delay that disrupted the 10th inning, shortly before the Cubs rallied to victory.

It’s also possible the rain was just an act of nature. Perhaps the president didn’t have time to rig the World Series with weather because he was too busy rigging the election for Hillary Clinton.