Recently the NFL suspended New England Quarterback Tom Brady for 4 games without pay and fined the team a few $million and some draft picks. If you don’t follow football, the suspension and draft picks are a big deal. Four games represents a quarter of the season and losing your star quarterback can mean the difference between a winning and losing season. The money will not be missed as much as Brady. I’ve been trying to find a copy of the NFL report because I don’t like to report on hearsay. I like to review source documentation. Unfortunately I can’t find a copy of the report so we must go with what the NFL and all the news reporters reported, and didn’t report. The most glaring omission in everything I’ve read is the smoking gun. To my knowledge there is no email from Tom Brady to the guys handling the balls telling them to let out 2 pounds of air from each ball. No team equipment manager coming forward to testify what Brady told him to do. To my knowledge there is no direct evidence tying Tom Brady to anything. So what exactly did the report say that made the NFL take the action they took? The report alluded to that Tom Brady would be the person to benefit the most from under inflated footballs. They would be easier to throw in cold weather. Giving Brady an unfair advantage over the opposing team. Well couldn’t the guy handling the footballs have acted upon his own? It is possible. It is possible that the ball guy without any knowledge of what the most important player on the Patriots wants; without knowing if Brady, who makes $millions more than the ball guy, wants the footballs deflated, over inflated or left as is; the ball guy might have taken it upon himself to alter the footballs. Possible but most highly unlikely. The person who wrote the NFL report concluded, with no positive evidence, that Tom Brady most likely had to have known with utmost certainty that the balls were tampered with. So, it’s a game. Who cares? Let’s shift what happened here to Hillary Clinton and the massive flow of cash into the Clinton Foundation during Hillary’s time as Secretary of State. Simply put cash flows into the Foundation from all over the world. Remarkably those that give a lot of money have great things happen to them and their corporations. Things that the State Department plays a role in. Like okaying the sale of uranium to Russia. Just one of the many “Wow, look at all the good stuff that happened to me after donating to the Clinton Foundation,” moments reported on recently. “Not a shred of evidence of any wrong doing,” claims Bill Clinton. We can take Bill at his word. After all, his words are valuable. So valuable he raked in $500,000 in speaking fees from companies with projects that needed State Department approval or positive action. Here’s the truth, people. Unless Bill Clinton, or anyone is up on stage burping up platinum pellets and crapping out gold bricks, no one is worth a $500,000 speaking fee. “Not a shred of evidence.” Spoken with confidence, too. Since Hillary destroyed over 30,000 emails from her private email server while serving as Secretary of State. Keep calm, not to worry. Hillary reviewed those emails and there was nothing related to her job as Secretary of State, nothing confidential, nothing that needed, by law, archiving. Just 30,000 emails about bridesmaid dresses and scheduling Pilates classes. I feel better now. So should you. Had the investigator who did the report that put Tom Brady at the center of Deflategate spent only 30 minutes looking at the trail of loaf sized breadcrumbs that Hillary has left behind he would have found Hillary Clinton deserving more, much more than just a four game suspension. What say you?
Letting the Air Out of the Clinton Campaign