Brett Favre blames the media, must think we are all stupid

Brett Favre

Oh, that nasty media!
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What do athletes, politicians, and celebrities all have in common?

They often blame the media when they screw up.

“I was unjustly smeared in the media,” Favre said in a recent statement. “I did nothing wrong, and it was past time to set the record.

“No one told me, and I don’t know, that the funds assigned to the welfare recipients were going to the University or to me. I tried to help my alma mater USM [University of Southern Mississippi], a Mississippi public university, raises funds for a health care center. My goal has been and always will be to improve the athletic facilities at my university. “

Before we get to the “alleged” screenshots from Favre that show he has a lot to do with the “alleged” diversion of millions of impoverished black people in Mississippi, let’s first explain deciding how Favre claimed that this whole situation was created by the media, was in a statement he released to… the media. Like Fox News digital publish its objection.

This is like when people get mad because they think certain stories go unreported without realizing that they only know about the topic because someone reported it.

Last month, Mississippi today published a story about how the former state governor assisted Favre in using welfare funds, allegedly, to pay for a volleyball stadium at his daughter’s school – the University of Southern Mississippi, where he college football. The message paint a picture of Favre & Co. deliberately diverting funds, allegedly, from the poor to give more to the rich. Favre denies the allegations and there are no charges against him at this time. However, at least six people were arrested, including five who pleaded guilty in the incident in which one Mississippi state audit found that $77 million in the Temporary Assistance Fund for Needy Families (TANF) was diverted.

“Obviously, Mr. Favre knew that he was being paid in government funds, based on the texts,” Shad White, Mississippi auditor told Related press earlier this week. “He knew that those funds were coming from the Department of Human Services. He clearly admits that he needs to pay those back, too. “

The text exceeds the damage.

“Just thought this was the way to do it!!” Favre texted.

“If you pay me anyway [sic] Can the media find out where it came from and how much it costs? “ Favre asked in another question.

There’s also a 2018 text from Brett Favre to former Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant, where the Hall of Fame quarterback suggests they use the prison industry to build lockers – similar equivalent to slave labor.

The walls are closing around Favre and he knows it. And while this the story wouldn’t have received nearly as much attention as it would if Favre hadn’t transferred money, allegedly, from poor blacksthings are changing – especially when Favre is trying to act like this is a fairy tale the reporters have made up.

Movie about Ime Udoka is becoming an afterthought, as a story that combines pop culture, gossip, and the NBA has been lost as the Boston Celtics are going on without him. And with Draymond Green’s return to the Golden State Warriors, interest in other major NBA operas is waning.

Favre couldn’t hide the “bigger” news anymore. It’s like watching a midfield midfielder realize there’s nothing they can do to stop the flash situation that is unfolding towards them. Crash brace, Brett. Because while you might think we’re stupid enough to believe you’ve done nothing wrong, we’re smart enough to know that blaming the media is always the last attempt of the guilty.


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