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  1. This was not some unpopular incumbent who had pushed a bunch of unpopular policies, this was a wealthy businessman who poured tons of money into a campaign centered on aligning himself with and defending Trump in a red state that gave Trump a 20 point victory in 2016.
  2. Not just someone, probably the foremost authority on corruption in Ukraine who's devoted her life to rooting it out along with the successor to the former prosecutor who was outed by a landslide vote of the Ukranian legislative body and was condemned by virtually every western democracy for failing to prosecute corruption. You constantly keep trying to lend credence to conspiracy theories that have been debunked by every reputable source that does not have a political interest in perpetuating them. Rudy's sources for all this are currently under indictment and were arrested as they were in the process of fleeing the country.
  3. What you don't seem to understand is that fervent support has a ceiling if that support is not shared by the mainstream; look how much money Trump has raised but he's still way under 50% nationally in terms of support.
  4. Posting this for the second time @LongTimeFan, this article extensively quotes Daria Kaleniuk, an American educated lawyer, founder of Ukraine's Anti Corruption Action Center who has made rooting out corruption in Ukraine her life's work. Note the date, this is back in May, before any of this current scandal started. 'In an interview with The Intercept, Daria Kaleniuk, an American-educated lawyer who founded Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Action Center, expressed frustration that two recent front-page stories in the New York Times, on how the conspiracy theory is being used to attack Biden, failed to properly debunk the false accusation. According to Kaleniuk, and a former anti-corruption prosecutor, there is simply no truth to the rumor now spreading like wildfire across the internet. “Shokin was fired because he attacked the reformers within the prosecutor general’s office,” Kaleniuk said, “reformers who tried to investigate corrupt prosecutors.” “Shokin was fired,” Kaleniuk observed, “because he failed to do investigations of corruption and economic crimes of President Yanukovych and his close associates, including Zlochevsky, and basically it was the big demand within society in Ukraine, including our organization and many other organizations, to get rid of this guy.” “What I’m pissed off about,” Kaleniuk said, “is that Shokin, who was totally corrupt, who undermined the reform of prosecution, and reformers, and who didn’t want to investigate Zlochevsky, now appears in the New York Times as the hero who wanted to investigate Zlochevsky and Burisma and who suffered because Joe Biden demanded to dismiss him because of his willingness to investigate Burisma — which is absolute nonsense.” ' This is the bullshit narrative, and anybody who has the slightest bit of knowledge about Ukraine knows it's bullshit, that Gulliani and his now indicted associates (and now the rest of the GOP who don't have a legitimate defense) was and is pushing on Trump, who is either too stupid or doesn't give a shit (sound familiar?); and is now being trumpeted as some sort of justification for Trump's openly corrupt dealings in Ukraine.
  5. The wife has to be getting on him for all the money he's left on the table this year. He needs to keep a running total on him to remind himself.
  6. I don't specifically remember if the receiver was tackled inbounds or not at the end of the play, but the ref's thought process probably was the last thing the Steelers would have wanted was to have to run another play, thus no flag.
  7. With the injury and decline in play following it, Conklin probably won't command the monster contract that some of the RTs have been getting. They might be able to work out something with a lot of incentives tied to playing time, pro bowls, etc. to where he has the chance to get elite money, but will have to earn it.
  8. It's way more of a collaborative process with the owner having the final say. Even if he felt that an open competition was the better option, if the feeling in the room was that MM deserved at least a shot as the starter, it doesn't make him a weak leader if he doesn't slam something on the table and threaten to quit if he doesn't get his way. Besides, you're looking this in hindsight as if there was zero chance of MM stepping up.
  9. "I heard President Trump then clarify that Ambassador Sondland was in Ukraine. Ambassador Sondland replied, yes he was in Ukraine, and went on to state that President Zelensky 'loves your ass.' I then heard President Trump ask, 'So he's gonna do the investigation?' Ambassador Sondlan replied that 'he's gonna do it,' adding that President Zelensky will do 'anything you ask him to.' I asked Ambassador Sondland if it was true that the President didn't 'give a shit about Ukraine.' Ambassador Sondland agreed that the President did not 'give a shit about Ukraine.' I asked why not, and Ambassador Sondland stated that the President only cares about 'big stuff.' I noted that there was 'big stuff' going on in Ukraine, like a war with Russia and Ambassador Sondland replied that he meant 'big stuff' that benefits the President, like the 'Biden investigation' that Mr. Giuliani was pushing." Opening statement by David Holmes Counselor for political affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine
  10. KB might call BS on that, he plays every down on D.
  11. Rivers isn't looking to reboot his career the way Tannehill is; which may play better into the Titan's plans. Sign Rivers for 2 to 3 year deal and draft a qbof and let him sit and develop while River get a shot at a ring with a talented roster. Rivers > Tannehill, especially over a short term.
  12. As much as you seem to think that a QB should be treated the same as any other player, the leagues has made it abundantly clear that that is not the case and every player on the field should be aware of that; a pass rusher who frequently is making contact with QBs, of all people, has to know that.
  13. Remember all the 'experts' giving the Giants shit for taking Jones over Haskins?. Putting up huge numbers on elitely talented teams running college RPO offenses doesn't mean squat as a predictor for NFL success.
  14. Thus a single game suspension, usual penalty for throwing a punch is ejection and a fine; since it occurred when the game was virtually over, the ejection was meaningless. He wasn't causing any physical damage throwing weak punches against a guy in full pads; he was making the point you don't go after our QB.
  15. Pushed Rudolph to the ground from behind after he and Garrett had been separated. Thought Pouncey should have gotten a game instead of 3, he was coming to the defense of his QB, which all OL are trained to do at every level, wasn't really much of a kick, don't know if it even connected. Imagine what Lewan would have done if that had been a Titans QB 😈.