are ready for this game. This is going to be a tough one. The Bills Head
Coach is obsessed with Belichick and studies everything he does. The Bills
are not ah-scared of the Pats. And they certainly are not ah-scared of icy cold
weather. But I do think there is some good news for the Pats.
arm looked better last week. He also found some more trust in his newest
and most dynamic weapon
last week. Brady is going to have to throw the ball to N'Keal more and
more each week, if they want to continue to win. The O-line looked
like it was finally coming together. The run game was much improved. And
the Tight Ends looked like they might be getting better.
LaCosse had three catches last week. "They (the Bills) do a good job and they've been playing together for a while
now," Brady said. "They make it tough on quarterbacks. Absolutely, you've got to just do your best."
They are going to need more production from their TEs each week as the
this is a play off game, because if the Pats lose one more game their Super
Bowl chances are over. "It's a big game for both teams," Brady
said, "So we're going to go out there and try to play our best. This is a great team that's been playing really well all year. They've got a great defense. It's going to be a tough challenge."
I'll bet on Brady in a Playoff game at Home every time.
Bills have one of the best defenses that has been made better by
continuity. "For them, ever since probably Sean McDermott got there, their defense has been really good and they continue to get
better," James White said. "A lot of continuity in their defense. Those guys, they work very well together disguising coverages, disguising blitzes, all different things of that nature. They're not going to blitz you a ton, but when they do, it's pretty effective. They try and confuse you. Whatever they've been doing, it's been working for them, and like I said, it will be a great challenge for us."
The Defense also knows the Pats Offense.
will change some things up on Offense, but in the end they do what they
do. "For us, we're trying to play our best football game yet: execute, protect the football. They have a good
defense," White said. "For us, it will be a great challenge for us offensively. We didn't do our best the first time we played them earlier in the season.
So [we] watched that film, made the corrections from it. They've been getting better and better as a defense. We've got to be able to run, throw, block, do everything physically in order to win versus those guys."
It sounds like they are ready for this game.
not good news for the Bills. This is as easy an away game as Buffalo will
travel wise. They hop down on a little flight. They play in similar town
and environment as their own Home. They are more familiar with the Pats
than any other team, due to their HC's obsession with Belichick. The
weather will be the same when they arrive in Foxboro as when they left
it comes down too for me is, it's do or die time. "I think everybody puts a lot into it and that's for moments like
this," Brady said. "Everyone: you work out all offseason, you train to be a part of these games. And this is a big game against a very good team. That's what it's all about. That's why we're here, to play in games like this."
This is the time when Brady plays like the GOAT.
A Citizen! Not a Subject!
is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the
cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.
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:
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:
Vice President Pence has refused to declassify testimony that is “directly relevant” to the impeachment debate, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.) wrote Tuesday in a letter that raised further questions about what Pence said in a September phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
In a letter to Pence, Schiff wrote that classified witness testimony gathered during the impeachment inquiry “raises profound questions about your knowledge of the President’s scheme to solicit Ukraine’s interference in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.”
Pence spokeswoman Katie Waldman declined to comment.
The testimony from Jennifer Williams, Pence’s Russia adviser, was provided as a supplemental written submission to the Intelligence Committee through her lawyer Nov. 26. Ten days later, Schiff asked Pence to declassify it. But what she said about Pence’s Sept. 18 call with Zelensky has remained out of public view.
Schiff wrote that in a letter last week, Pence’s office refused to declassify Williams’s testimony. In the letter, Pence’s office also denied that the vice president discussed with Zelensky specific topics that President Trump raised two months earlier in a separate call with the Ukrainian leader.
“Without prompting, the letter volunteers that ‘the Vice President never raised the Bidens, Burisma, or Crowdstrike in his conversations with President Zelensky,’ ” Schiff’s letter stated. “The Committee neither asserted that, nor asked whether, you specifically used those words.”
Schiff called the letter from Pence’s office “deeply troubling,” writing that if Williams’s testimony is true, it suggests the vice president had knowledge about the efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate Trump’s political opponents. He did not specify what in her testimony potentially implicated Pence.
“If the Supplemental Submission [from Williams] accurately describes your September 18 conversation with President Zelensky . . . it would mean that the representation of your communications with President Zelensky, as described in your office’s December 11 letter, may be purposefully misleading.”
Pence and his office have sent mixed messages about the need for the details of the call to remain secret. The vice president said Nov. 6 that he had “no objection at all” to releasing records of his calls with Zelensky and added that his office was “working with White House counsel about that.” Yet Williams’s lawyer said Nov. 19 that Pence’s office had declared the call “classified.”
Schiff urged Pence on Tuesday to reconsider the decision not to declassify Williams’s written testimony.
“Your unwillingness to declassify the Supplemental Submission raises the serious question of whether your continuing efforts to obstruct the House’s impeachment inquiry are intended not just to protect President Trump, but yourself as well,” Schiff wrote.
Few details are known about the Sept. 18 call.
That day, the White House released a readout saying that Pence and Zelensky discussed the latter’s upcoming meeting with Trump at the United Nations, the U.S. commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and Zelensky’s “bold action to tackle corruption through legislative reforms.”
During her Nov. 7 deposition, Williams said the purpose of the call was to follow up on a “successful” Sept. 1 meeting between Zelensky and Pence and to “reiterate the news that the security assistance hold had been lifted.”
Williams described the call as “very positive” and said Pence had asked “a bit more about, you know, how Zelensky’s efforts were going.” She said the call included no mention of investigations, vice president Joe Biden, the Ukrainian gas company Burisma or the cybersecurity company CrowdStrike.
Schiff’s interest in the episode has been clear since at least Nov. 19, when Williams appeared at a public hearing and Schiff referred to the call during his first question.
“Is there something about that call that you think may be relevant to our investigation?” he asked, after Williams confirmed she had listened and taken notes.
Williams’s lawyer responded instead, saying that because Pence’s office had taken the position that the call was classified, he would refer lawmakers to Williams’s Nov. 7 deposition answers and the public readout of the call.
Schiff then asked: “Ms. Williams, I would only ask you in this setting whether you think there is something relevant to our inquiry in that call and whether, if so, you’ll be willing to make a classified submission to the committee?”
Williams referred to her previous testimony and said she would be “very happy to appear for a classified setting discussion as well.”
Schiff said it wouldn’t be necessary for her to appear if she made a classified submission in writing. “I’ll be happy to do so,” Williams said.
House judiciary committeereleased
the constitutional grounds for impeachment on Saturday. Shortly after
that, Donald Trump once again insisted the whole thing was a “witch
hunt” and “a total hoax”.
one such call,on
25 July this year, Trump appeared to make the release of military
aid conditional on Kyiv investigating Joe Biden, a political rival, and
a conspiracy theory about supposed Ukrainian interference in the 2016 US
election. A White House meeting with Trump was also dangled in front of
Democrats contend the 25 July call andtestimony
by diplomats and Trump advisersprovide evidence
of serious abuse of power, and thus grounds for the impeachment of the
president and his possible removal from office.
Framers[’] worst nightmare is what we are facing in this very
moment,” the House judiciary chair, Jerry Nadler,tweeted
on Saturday, after releasing the 52-page report.
contrast to the House intelligence committee’s300-page
blockbusterreleased this week, which summed upbombshell
testimonydelivered in private and public
hearings, the judiciary report was written by Democratic staffers for
use in the drawing up of articles of impeachment.
considered what those who wrote the US constitution in the 1780s meant
when they provided for presidents to be removed.
Trump abused his power, betrayed our national security and corrupted our
elections,” Nadler wrote on Twitter, “all for personal gain. The
constitution details only one remedy for this misconduct:
vote on articles of impeachment against Trump is expected before the end
of the year. Trump’s alleged attempts to obstruct thespecial
counsel Robert Mueller’s investigationof
Russian interference in 2016, and links between Trump and Moscow, may
also be considered....