Less than one day after The New York Times Sports Twitter account issued a tweet that inaccurately compared the number of New England Patriots players and staff that visited the White House when Barack Obama was president to the visit they had on Wednesday, the Times’ sports editor John Stallman took responsibility in an email […]
The New England Patriots blasted The New York Times for tweeting what they said were misleading photos of the team’s visit to the White House on Wednesday, in an effort to make it appear that a large swath of the players and staff were boycotting the event in protest of President Donald Trump. Here is […]
The liberal media failed to recognize that athletes have skipped meeting the sitting U.S. President after winning a league title, especially after at least six New England Patriots players announced they will not attend the White House after winning this year’s Super Bowl title game. Although six is the largest number in recent memory to skip […]
The suspension is being appealed by Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady, so we’ll see if the four game suspension will hold.
Yet the question remains, did deflating footballs actually affect the game in question? But, others have made the point that it may have been done in other games as well.
Uh, so does this mean that the Patriots are disqualified and the Colts make it into the Super Bowl? Nah, but they did lose in terrible fashion!
4/21/2017 - New York Times Sports Editor Takes Blame for Inaccurate Tweet About Patriots Visit to White House
4/20/2017 - New England Patriots Blast NY Times for “Misleading” Photo of Team’s White House Visit
2/13/2017 - Dear Liberal Media, Athletes have Skipped White House Meeting Before
5/12/2015 - NFL Suspends Tom Brady for 4 Games, Docks Patriots 2 Draft Picks and $1 Million
5/7/2015 - DeflateGate Investigation Ends, finds Patriots Probably Deflated Footballs
1/21/2015 - Deflate-Gate: New England Patriots used Under-Inflated Game Balls