What is the common denominator between athletes, politicians and celebrities?
And they usually blame the media when they screw it up.
“The media has been unfairly tarnished,” Favre said in a recent statement. “I didn’t do anything wrong, and it’s time to put things into perspective.
“No one told me, nor did I know, that the money for the sponsor would go to the university or me. I tried to help my home university USM [University of Southern Mississippi], Mississippi State University Public, is raising money for a health center. My goal has been and always will be to improve the sports facilities at my university.”
Before we get to Favre’s “alleged” screenshots that show he is deeply implicated in the “allegations” of diverting millions away from poor black Mississippi, let’s first address how Favre’s claim that this whole situation was fabricated by the media, in a statement released …to the media. as such Fox News Digital Publish his refutation.
This is like when people go crazy because they think some stories go unreported without realizing that they only know about the topic because someone reported it.
Last month , Mississippi today He published a story about how ex-governor Favre allegedly helped use welfare funding to pay for the volleyball court at his daughter’s school—the University of Southern Mississippi, where he played college ball. The text messages Drawing a picture for Favre & Co. It is intentionally diverting money, allegedly, From the poor to give more to the rich. Favre denies the charges and no charges have been brought against him at this time. However, at least six people have been arrested, including five who have pleaded guilty to the incident that… Mississippi audit found that $77 million In Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) the money was transferred.
“Obviously, Mr. Favre knew that he was being paid in government funds, based on the texts,” Mississippi auditor Shad White Tell Associated Press earlier this week. “He knew this money was coming from the Department of Human Services. He obviously admitted he needed to pay that money back too.”
The texts are far from dead end.
“I was just thinking this is the way to do it!!” Fare his text.
“If you’re going to pay me, there’s anyway [sic] Can the media know its source and how much? “ Favre asked in another.
There’s also a 2018 transcript from Brett Favre to former Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant in which the Hall of Fame quarterback suggests they use the prison industry to build lockers — the equivalent of forced labor.
Walls are closing around Favre and he knows it. And during this The story didn’t get nearly as much mainstream attention as if Favre hadn’t diverted money, allegedly, for poor blacks.things are changing – especially as Favre tries to act like this from the fictional stories made up by journalists.
Drama about Ime Udoka It became an afterthought, as a story that combined pop culture and gossip, and the NBA lost steam as the Boston Celtics progressed without him. And with Draymond Green returning to the Golden State Warriors, interest in the other big NBA soap operas wanes.
Favre can’t hide it being “bigger” news anymore. It’s like watching the midfielder realize there’s nothing he can do to stop the next blitz that comes his way. Prepare for impact, Brett. Because while you think we’re stupid enough to think you didn’t do anything wrong, we’re smart enough to know that blaming the media is always a last-ditch effort for the guilty party.