This is a documentary. Most of the Sanders Highlight compilations I've found on Youtube kind of suck. His long runs are the feature on those compilations and those runs, while great, do a dis-service as to how entertaining he was to watch. He was so unpredictable...the way he'd take what should have been a 6-yard TFL and turn it into a 2-yard gain is what made him so fun to watch. The attached video has some of those highlights. Keep in mind he played for the Lions during the pre-cap era and didn't have much support. Enjoy the linked video. If you've never seen any comprehensive Barry highlights, brace yourself.
Ricky Gervais delivered a glorious kick in the globes to Hollywood's woke virtue-signalling hypocrites - and exposed them as a bunch of shameless two-faced charlatans. They'd come to slap each other's backs and feel virtuous about themselves. Very, very virtuous. The world's biggest stars - not least in their own mirrors - flocked to Sunday night's Golden Globes to show us all how woke, worthy and wonderful they are. And, of course, to attack their go-to punchbag President Trump. Meat was even banned from their dinner tables to illustrate just how much these kind-hearted celebrities care about the environment. 'See, we're saving the planet!' was the proud collective message, spoken by multi-millionaire actors and actresses who'd flown to Los Angeles in their private jets and been driven to the Beverly Hilton Hotel in stretch limousines...
JUST AS WAS TRUE when the Mueller investigation closed without a single American being charged with criminally conspiring with Russia over the 2016 election, Wednesday's issuance of the long-waited report from the Department of Justice's Inspector General reveals that years of major claims and narratives from the U.S. media were utter frauds.
Before evaluating the media component of this scandal, the FBI's gross abuse of its power " its serial deceit " is so grave and manifest that it requires little effort to demonstrate it. In sum, the IG Report documents multiple instances in which the FBI " in order to convince a FISA court to allow it spy on former Trump campaign operative Carter Page during the 2016 election " manipulated documents, concealed crucial exonerating evidence, and touted what it knew were unreliable if not outright false claims.
The video is 24 minutes long and I normally prefer to link transcripts, but I feel this interview needs to be watched, not read. It was nice to see Pete Williams conduct a professional interview and act like a real journalist in the process.
Today, the Senate Judiciary Committee will hear from the Department of Justice's Inspector General, Michael Horowitz, on the findings of his FISA report. After providing months of wall to wall impeachment coverage, CNN and MSNBC decided not to air the full hearings with Horowitz.
CNN and MSNBC stopped following the IG hearing after about 30 minutes, and both refused to cover the opening statements by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. The decision does not align with the recent live hearing coverage standard both networks have held for the last few months, giving endless air time to the impeachment hearings lead by Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif, and Rep. Jerry Nadler.
Media personalities are noticing this unfair balance.