DATELINE: Media Muck, No Raking Involved
When will it end?
Roger Goodell will not show up in Foxboro this weekend to watch his handiwork continue to succeed despite his best efforts to fix the games. The media is blowing it out of proportion. Of course, Goodell is avoiding any place unsafe, like Foxboro.
Yes, Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the Patriots are about to take on the foul-mouthed, overconfident Steelers for the AFC Championship—and the Commissioner has taken his loathsome carcass to Atlanta.
In other fake news, Antonio Brown—berated for filming his coach foaming at the mouth and calling the Patriots “a-holes” has issued an apology three days later. It is not in his twisted, uneducated rhetoric.
The statement clearly is written by someone else: likely team lawyers for the Steelers.
A dodo bird writer for some sports news network printed out an unconfirmed story that Brady has filmed in his own locker room and released it on social media. Of course, that has never happened, but don’t let the facts stand in the way. The writer is suspected of voting for Clinton in the recent election.
As the week of fake news continues, one sports broadcaster (or whatever you call those radio hacks) has now stated that Tom Brady is playing for his job this weekend. If he loses, he will likely be told that he is done with the Patriots.
This is so fake that it is laughable. We suspect that Tom will respond that he plays for his job, for his life, every game. However, the nonsense that Brady will be traded, benched, or thrown under the bus if he loses, is ridiculous.
Yet, it continues in a vein only recently made legitimate by the recent presidential election. American news is changing, citizens. Don’t lend your ears too freely. The media has come to bury you.