hear-yee the court is in session. We are gathered here today to do to
discuss the overwhelming evidence of the addition of N'Keal Harry to the
Patriots' game day roster (tee-hee). It isn't official yet and we are
waiting with baited-breathe. But I say onto yee that it is official. It
the old school ways that is Belichick's legacy, by God it shall be official.
are rarely allowed to talk to the media. "He’s extremely hard-working. He wants to do
it," TB12 Said. " He’s got a great edge about him. I really love
that, I really love his tenacity, and he’s learning every day, and he’s working hard to get better. I think that is all you can ask of a younger player."
Brady and and Belichick certainly do not talk about Rookies who aren't
playing in the game that week.
Rookies who aren't activated for the game never, since the dawn of time,
would BB allow them to speak to the Media. "No. I don’t have any
regrets," Harry said.
"I don’t need to show anything. Me going out there and playing hard and playing through stuff, that’s just the type of mentality I have and that’s just the type of mindset I grew up
having." Duh-duh-duh! The Rookie speaks.
addition kind sirs, I also offer that BB would decapitate a rookie that
dared talked about another rookie who was not activated for the game.
"At the end of the day, you’re all going to see when he steps on the
field. You can say all you want to about him. He’s a great player. You’ll see once he gets on the
the rookie JoeJuan Williams said about the other rookie.
"I’m excited. I’m very excited for him to get on the field. At the end of the day, we’re just working. I know him. He knows me. Whenever his name is called, he’ll be there. He’ll be ready. I know
it." So either their is a terrifying rookie rebellion going on in
will be on the field this Sunday. "He’s a special kid," Sanu
said. "He’s just going to be himself and let his abilities take over and don’t think too much and have
fun. He’ll be good." Was that a veteran talking about a rookie on
I rest my
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:
day another crime is revealed by #TrumpTreason!
is as startling as it is scary.
"Legendary journalist Dan Rather joins The Beat on the historic first day of the public Trump impeachment hearings. Rather, who covered Watergate and the Clinton impeachment for CBS News, explains what makes these proceedings different: It's the first time an impeachment proceeding concerned questions of whether a president sought a foreign power's involvement in elections, and "very serious military, national security issues."
"On Wednesday, it was disclosure of an overheard phone call between Donald Trump and US Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland during which the president may have asked about Ukrainian investigations.
"Friday's big developments included the White House release of a contradictory readout of the Mr Trump's first phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and a presidential tweet that had Republicans in Congress scrambling.
"1. The tweeter-in-chief- Mr Trump has boasted that his conduct while in office - blunt language and shoot-from-the-hip tweeting - is "modern-day presidential". If so, welcome to a modern-day presidential impeachment hearing.
"Just over an hour into Marie Yovanovitch's testimony, Mr Trump launched the kind of Twitter fusillade that has become a regular part of his political repertoire. He questioned the ambassador's competence, noted that the Ukrainian president spoke unfavourably about her and pointed out that he has the right to fire diplomats at will.
"What makes the moment historic is that Committee Chair Adam Schiff gave Yovanovitch a chance to refute the president's tweet almost in real time.
"Democrats are already characterising the president's behaviour as witness intimidation - and the latest attack by the president against one of his own government employees.
"Republicans, whose reported strategy was to avoid directly impugning the reputation of a long-serving, well respected diplomat, will once again find a president who has changed the rules of engagement on the fly."
"Trump's decision to order the review comes after the White House publicly lost a battle to slash foreign aid spending across the board. After scrapping the plan to slash $4 billion in foreign aid, Trump said his team would look to find cuts elsewhere in the aid budget.
"The President has made no secret when it comes to foreign assistance that US interests abroad should be prioritized and other foreign countries should also be paying their fair share," a senior administration official told CNN."
"5 things we learned from Yovanovitch's public testimony