a blog by La Kifo
Today is a day that we find ourselves stripped of justice, drowned in a broken system. Today we have learned that Tom Bradys original suspension has been reinstated.
The case was brought back to the courts after the honorable Judge Berman dismissed the false findings of the NFL and removed the ludicrous 4 game suspension. As it may be known, the courts have reversed the decisions, reaffirming Godells supreme faceless, puppet dictatorship over Americas sport.
This is the firm constipated statement from the courts:
Here's how they justified backing a sadist.
Just some casual bashing of another judge, probably got paid off to say this.
It keeps going
Finally these corrupt pawns pile on the public defamation of the greatest athlete of all time.
That was a lot to read, and for that we apologize. But the only public that can change the public is an informed one.
Is this fucked up? Yes.
Is this understandable? No.
Is the NFL deeply embedded with the US court system? Yes.
Is there a culture of cover-ups, conspiracy, and fraud within the NFL? Yes.
I don't know what happens next. I did not read those 100% of those tweeted photos.
If Brady is still suspended and the world has not stopped, the Patriots postseason could be on the line. A big question to the start of the upcoming season might be, which early regular season Patriots team will we see? The one that is firing on all cylinders? Or the one that struggles out the gate? Without Brady I expect the latter.
Here is some obvious information. Garroppolo has never started a regular season game, he won't be good in the first game at least which is the hardest at Arizona. Without Brady, this team could go 1-3 to start the year.
The single sigh of relief stems from the fact that Brady would return in week 5 to face the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland. The Browns are an easy win, but the easy win that Brady will be returning to isn't what keeps the boat afloat. Following the Browns, the Patriots will proceed to play, vs. Cincinnati, at Pittsburgh, at Buffalo, bye week, vs. Seattle. That is the hardest stretch of the season for the Patriots.
So I am gonna stay mad, but I am gonna stay positive.
Who knows, maybe Jimmy G's trade value skyrockets and Belichick turns him into some nice compensation.
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