Brett Favre texts leak again. prison Anticipation thread. Stole 1 million fron Welfare to get a new arena for his daughters college team

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My personal 10 QBs?

1. J.,Montana
2. T. Brady
3. P. Manning
4. A. Rodgers
5. D. Marino
6. S. Young
7. D. Brees
8. J. Unitas
9. B. Favre
10. D. Fouts

lol Mahomes will be there if he wins MVP or another ring this year
Ok, cool. What are your personal reasons you have Montana over Brady at this point?
 

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So the ex governor told him to stop being open with stealing Money or he would land him in prison :dead:




Brett Favre pressed for facility funding despite being told legality in question, court filing says​



NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre continued to press Mississippi state officials for help in paying for new sports facilities at the University of Southern Mississippi months after being told by then-Gov. Phil Bryant that the misuse of state welfare funds could be illegal, according to text messages in a court filing.

On July 28, 2019, Bryant texted Favre that the founder of a nonprofit who paid him "has some limited control over Federal Funds in the form of Grants for Children and adults in the Low Income Community."

Use of these funds [is] tightly controlled," Bryant wrote, according to the filing. "Any improper use could result in violation of Federal Law. Auditors are currently reviewing the use of these funds."

Still, Favre continued to push for a $6 million volleyball facility, according to the 62-page filing that objects to a subpoena for the former governor's documents in a lawsuit stemming from the state scandal.

According to the filing, Favre texted Bryant on Sept. 4, 2019, after a meeting they and others had to discuss requesting an additional $1.8 million to $2 million for programs at the new facility.

"We obviously need your help big time and time is working against us," Favre wrote. "And we feel that your name is the perfect choice for this facility and we are not taking No for an answer! You are a Southern Miss Alumni, and folks need to know you are also a supporter of the University."

Bryant responded, according to the filing: "We are going to get there. This was a great meeting. But we have to follow the law. I am to[o] old for Federal Prison."


On Jan. 26, 2020, after Bryant had left office, Favre sought the former governor's help to obtain a legislative appropriation to cover his personal debt, according to the filing. The same day, Bryant told Favre in a text that he would reach out to then-Southern Miss president Rodney Bennett.

The next day, Favre texted Bryant that he had spoken with "Tate" -- current Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves -- and urged Bryant to continue pressing as well, according to the filing. Bryant also texted Bennett, who replied that he had "asked Brett not to do the things he's doing to seek funding from state agencies and the legislature."

"As you know, IHL [Mississippi's higher education system] has a process of how we request and get approval for projects and what he's doing is outside those guidelines," Bennett wrote. "I will see, for the 'umpteenth time' if we can get him to stand down. The bottom line is he personally guaranteed the project, and on his word and handshake we proceeded. It's time for him to pay up -- it really is just that simple."

Bryant responded: "Maybe he wants the state to pay off his promises. Like all of us I like Brett. He is a legend but he has to understand what a pledge means. I have tried many time to explain that to him.
 
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So the ex governor told him to chill the fukk out being so blatant with stealing Money or he would land everybody in prison :dead:


Brett Favre pressed for facility funding despite being told legality in question, court filing says​



NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre continued to press Mississippi state officials for help in paying for new sports facilities at the University of Southern Mississippi months after being told by then-Gov. Phil Bryant that the misuse of state welfare funds could be illegal, according to text messages in a court filing.

On July 28, 2019, Bryant texted Favre that the founder of a nonprofit who paid him "has some limited control over Federal Funds in the form of Grants for Children and adults in the Low Income Community."

Use of these funds [is] tightly controlled," Bryant wrote, according to the filing. "Any improper use could result in violation of Federal Law. Auditors are currently reviewing the use of these funds."

Still, Favre continued to push for a $6 million volleyball facility, according to the 62-page filing that objects to a subpoena for the former governor's documents in a lawsuit stemming from the state scandal.

According to the filing, Favre texted Bryant on Sept. 4, 2019, after a meeting they and others had to discuss requesting an additional $1.8 million to $2 million for programs at the new facility.

"We obviously need your help big time and time is working against us," Favre wrote. "And we feel that your name is the perfect choice for this facility and we are not taking No for an answer! You are a Southern Miss Alumni, and folks need to know you are also a supporter of the University."

Bryant responded, according to the filing: "We are going to get there. This was a great meeting. But we have to follow the law. I am to[o] old for Federal Prison."


On Jan. 26, 2020, after Bryant had left office, Favre sought the former governor's help to obtain a legislative appropriation to cover his personal debt, according to the filing. The same day, Bryant told Favre in a text that he would reach out to then-Southern Miss president Rodney Bennett.

The next day, Favre texted Bryant that he had spoken with "Tate" -- current Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves -- and urged Bryant to continue pressing as well, according to the filing. Bryant also texted Bennett, who replied that he had "asked Brett not to do the things he's doing to seek funding from state agencies and the legislature."

"As you know, IHL [Mississippi's higher education system] has a process of how we request and get approval for projects and what he's doing is outside those guidelines," Bennett wrote. "I will see, for the 'umpteenth time' if we can get him to stand down. The bottom line is he personally guaranteed the project, and on his word and handshake we proceeded. It's time for him to pay up -- it really is just that simple."

Bryant responded: "Maybe he wants the state to pay off his promises. Like all of us I like Brett. He is a legend but he has to understand what a pledge means. I have tried many time to explain that to him.
So previous texts had Phil Bryant willingly helping Farve out, but now there are texts saying that he told him from the jump that it was illegal.

Sounds like they are throwing him under the bus to save themselves :mjlol:
 

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So the ex governor told him to chill the fukk out being open with stealing Money or he would land him in prison :dead:




Brett Favre pressed for facility funding despite being told legality in question, court filing says​



NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre continued to press Mississippi state officials for help in paying for new sports facilities at the University of Southern Mississippi months after being told by then-Gov. Phil Bryant that the misuse of state welfare funds could be illegal, according to text messages in a court filing.

On July 28, 2019, Bryant texted Favre that the founder of a nonprofit who paid him "has some limited control over Federal Funds in the form of Grants for Children and adults in the Low Income Community."

Use of these funds [is] tightly controlled," Bryant wrote, according to the filing. "Any improper use could result in violation of Federal Law. Auditors are currently reviewing the use of these funds."

Still, Favre continued to push for a $6 million volleyball facility, according to the 62-page filing that objects to a subpoena for the former governor's documents in a lawsuit stemming from the state scandal.

According to the filing, Favre texted Bryant on Sept. 4, 2019, after a meeting they and others had to discuss requesting an additional $1.8 million to $2 million for programs at the new facility.

"We obviously need your help big time and time is working against us," Favre wrote. "And we feel that your name is the perfect choice for this facility and we are not taking No for an answer! You are a Southern Miss Alumni, and folks need to know you are also a supporter of the University."

Bryant responded, according to the filing: "We are going to get there. This was a great meeting. But we have to follow the law. I am to[o] old for Federal Prison."


On Jan. 26, 2020, after Bryant had left office, Favre sought the former governor's help to obtain a legislative appropriation to cover his personal debt, according to the filing. The same day, Bryant told Favre in a text that he would reach out to then-Southern Miss president Rodney Bennett.

The next day, Favre texted Bryant that he had spoken with "Tate" -- current Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves -- and urged Bryant to continue pressing as well, according to the filing. Bryant also texted Bennett, who replied that he had "asked Brett not to do the things he's doing to seek funding from state agencies and the legislature."

"As you know, IHL [Mississippi's higher education system] has a process of how we request and get approval for projects and what he's doing is outside those guidelines," Bennett wrote. "I will see, for the 'umpteenth time' if we can get him to stand down. The bottom line is he personally guaranteed the project, and on his word and handshake we proceeded. It's time for him to pay up -- it really is just that simple."

Bryant responded: "Maybe he wants the state to pay off his promises. Like all of us I like Brett. He is a legend but he has to understand what a pledge means. I have tried many time to explain that to him.


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Sensationalize it enough, and the sheep will flock.The media machine could make it the #1 story in the world by tomorrow morning if they wanted to.
There's not much you can do to sensationalize the story when the texts and information are out there for public concept. At least with the Ime situation, there's not details to go on so you can craft all kind of wack theories and speculation like what people on this site have been doing.

Even now that Malika thread is popping even more than this one eventhough people on here have been complaining about it not getting enough coverage.
 
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There's not much you can do to sensationalize the story when the texts and information are out there for public concept. At least with the Ime situation, there's not details to go on so you can craft all kind of wack theories and speculation like what people on this site have been doing.

Even now that Malika thread is popping even more than this one eventhough people on here have been complaining about it not getting enough coverage.
I beg to differ, but I respect your opinion👍
 

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It’s not even the #1 sports story on this site as people don’t mainly care about these type of crimes.
II think that's in part cause there is nothing to argue with this story This is a case where everybody realizes what he did is fukked up and all of them should be in jail so isn't much back and forth to be had. With the Ime situation there is discussion about how it should be handled and now all the incels jumping on the Malika angle.
 

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II think that's in part cause there is nothing to argue with this story This is a case where everybody realizes what he did is fukked up and all of them should be in jail so isn't much back and forth to be had. With the Ime situation there is discussion about how it should be handled and now all the incels jumping on the Malika angle.
Which is the exact reason why it's hilarious that people keep bringing up why the story isn't getting enough coverage when they aren’t even commenting in the threads themselves.
 
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