The 2019

Patriots Season. 

Pats: 7-Things for Sunday: Part VI.

Well The Weather Outside Is Frightful. 

By TOM

The Pats are in a good spot. "Obviously we’ve struggled against the Patriots in past years, but this is a different year," Houston HC Bill O’Brien said. "Every year’s different. Our team’s different. Their team’s a little bit different. And we just have to go out there and we’ve got to play a clean game. " Houston is having some problems. 

The Pats have two good things going for them. "We’ve been grinding away here on the Texans. Again, this is another really impressive team. [They’ve] done a good job in all areas down there, really productive on offense, defense, special teams. Obviously well-coached, a lot of good players," BB said. "A lot of good players on special teams: lead the league in punt coverage, kickoff coverage, do a great job with field position. Defensively, Romeo is one of the best and they always are sound, great technique team, good tackling team, don’t beat themselves, make you earn all of it.

"And offensively, they’ve got a lot of explosive players and do a lot of things well. They’re really at the top of the league in just about everything offensively, wherever you want to look. Certainly big plays, first down production. They’re just good at a lot." Normally I would be ah-scared. 

However, the Texans have some trouble on their O-line against the best blitzing defense in the NFL. Also DeAndre Hopkins is the key to their passing game. Watson is at his best when throwing to Hopkins. But teams have recognized that and started slowing him down. He is only averaging about 10-yards per catch this season. Which is down from almost 14 per catch in 2018.

So he is not who we thought he was. Plus, the Pats will dedicate the double to him. Which they did every time they played him. They take him out with a dedicated double on every play. Look for Gilmore and likely Harmon (who they used in the last game) to stay with him all night. You take him away from Watson, and is terrible. 

The Pats know how to do that. The Pats also know how to attack the weak link in an O-line. Between the Pats D exploiting the Texans weaknesses on offense, and the Houston defense being one of the worst in the NFL at giving up passing yards? I'm just not ah-scared. With Sanu and Dorsett likely getting some run this week, and N'Keal and Jakobi playing better last week? It looks like a victory to me. 

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject!

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:

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The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:

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 Every day another crime is revealed by #TrumpTreason!

It is as startling as it is scary.

 

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the House impeachment hearings into President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine (all times local):

4:30 p.m.

Democrats and Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have made their closing arguments as they end the final impeachment hearing of the week — and perhaps the final hearing before they hand the probe over to the House Judiciary Committee.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff laid out what the committee has learned over the course of seven hearings on President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine. Schiff said the president believes “he is above the law” and “beyond accountability” as he pushed Ukraine to investigate Democrats and withheld military aid.

He said Democrats will have to examine “what is our duty” as they decide on next steps.

In Thursday’s hearing, the committee heard testimony from former White House national security adviser Fiona Hill and David Holmes, the political counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine.

A former National Security Council adviser says she’s puzzled why she’d be called a “never-Trumper.”

Fiona Hill is testifying before a House committee in an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Lawmakers are investigating whether Trump wrongly withheld critical military aid to Ukraine unless the country’s new president committed to saying publicly he was investigating Trump’s Democratic rival Joe Biden and the 2016 election.

Some Republicans have tried to discredit government witnesses as against the president, using a term “never-Trumper.”

Hill was asked whether she was one of them. She said she thought it was inappropriate to apply the term to nonpartisan officials in government.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nine witnesses. Five hearings. Three days.

The Trump impeachment inquiry is charging into a crucial week as Americans hear from some of the most important witnesses closest to the White House in back-to-back-to-back live sessions.

Among them, Ambassador Gordon Sondland, the wealthy donor whose routine boasting about his proximity to Donald Trump is now bringing the investigation to the president’s doorstep.

The witnesses all are testifying under penalty of perjury, and Sondland already has had to amend his earlier account amid contradicting testimony from other current and former U.S. officials. White House insiders, including an Army officer and National Security Council aide, will launch the week’s hearings Tuesday.

It’s a pivotal time as the House’s historic inquiry accelerates and deepens. Democrats say Trump demanded that Ukraine investigate his Democratic rivals in return for U.S. military aid it needed to resist Russian aggression and that may be grounds for removing the 45th president. Trump says he did no such thing and the Democrats are just out to get him any way they can.

On Monday, Trump said he was considering an invitation from Speaker Nancy Pelosi to provide his own account to the House, possibly by submitting written testimony. That would be an unprecedented moment in this constitutional showdown between the two branches of U.S. government.

Trump tweeted: “Even though I did nothing wrong, and don’t like giving credibility to this No Due Process Hoax, I like the idea & will, in order to get Congress focused again, strongly consider it!”

A ninth witness, David Holmes, a State Department official who overheard Trump talking about the investigations on a phone call with Sondland while the ambassador was at a restaurant in Kyiv, was a late addition Monday. He is scheduled to close out the week Thursday.

 

 

Gordon Sondland, President Donald Trump’s emissary to the European Union, had a message when he met with a top Ukrainian official.

Sondland said vital U.S. military assistance to Ukraine might be freed up if the country’s top prosecutor “would go to the mike and announce that he was opening the Burisma investigation," a U.S. official told lawmakers. Burisma is the gas company in Ukraine where Democrat Joe Biden’s son Hunter served on the board.

Sondland relayed the exchange moments later to Tim Morrison, then a National Security Council aide. In his private testimony to impeachment investigators made public Saturday, Morrison recounted that Sondland also told him he was discussing the Ukraine matters directly with Trump.

Morrison’s testimony ties Trump more closely to the central charge from Democrats pursuing impeachment: that Trump held up U.S. military aid to Ukraine in exchange for investigations into Democrats and Biden’s family. Morrison’s testimony also contradicts much of what Sondland told congressional investigators during his own closed-door deposition, which the ambassador later amended.

Both Morrison and Sondland are scheduled to testify publicly next week as part of the historic, high-stakes impeachment proceedings into the nation’s 45th president. Democrats charge that Trump abused his office for personal political gain, while the president and his allies argue that the process is politically motivated and that nothing in the testimony so far meets the bar for impeachment.

Transcripts from the closed-door testimony from Morrison, a longtime Republican defense hawk in Washington, and Jennifer Williams, a special adviser to Vice President Mike Pence on Russia and Europe, were released Saturday as investigators accelerated and deepened the probe. They provided another window into the alarm within the government over Ukraine pressure.

Immediately after the exchange with Sondland during an international gathering in Warsaw, Morrison called his boss, John Bolton, then Trump’s national security adviser.

“Stay out of it,” Bolton told him, “brief the lawyers.”

For Morrison, Burisma was a catch-all for a “bucket” of investigations — of Democrats and the family of Joe Biden — that he wanted to “stay away from.” They had nothing to do with “the proper policy process that I was involved in on Ukraine,” he testified...

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