You saw them. I saw them.
They were smiling. They were triumphant.
So sure. So confident. So privileged.
They never thought that anything could happen to them. They showed themselves to the world.
That's how it started.
This is how it's going.
-- Guy sitting at Pelosi's desk: Arrested.
-- Guy with horned helmet: Arrested.
-- Podium Guy: Arrested
-- West Virginia State Representative: Arrested (and Resigned).
Lots more have been identified, many by people who knew them (even family), and saw them on TV or social media. Some have been arrested. Others have lost their jobs.
As for those who haven't been identified, the FBI is looking for them.
They're really looking.
I mean, they're REALLY looking.
Stay tuned, folks. Those arrest numbers are going to be climbing. It might take some time, but hopefully, they'll get a lot of them.
Week Eighteen Picks
Baltimore (11-5) at Tennessee (11-5)
Last year, Baltimore's gimmicky, college offense was being hailed by everyone (except me) as the future of the NFL, and Lamar Jackson was being fitted for a gold jacket by the sports media. This year, Baltimore came back to earth, as the better teams adjusted to their tricks. A lot of people are pretty high on Baltimore again, after they finished the season on a high note by fattening up their numbers on some weaklings. And that brings us, and them, to Tennessee. Tennessee's offense isn't exactly a weakling, but their defense sure is. Given the opportunity, Baltimore is more than capable of carving up Tennessee for big points. Fortunately for Tennessee, their offense can definitely hang with Baltimore. The key to this game for both teams is sustained drives, dominating time of possession, and finishing drives with points. I'm with King Henry, Ryan Tannehill, and the rest of Tennessee's efficient offense. Winner: Tennessee
Chicago (8-8) at New Orleans (12-4)
Alvin Kamara is the biggest x-factor here. Last I heard, he hasn't been cleared to play yet, but he still might be. Kamara gives his team a better chance against Chicago's strong defense. Drew Brees, banged-up, old, gross, will have his work cut out for him in this one. Fortunately, with New Orleans's excellent defense, and with Mitch Trubisky as the opposing QB, Brees might not have to do too much. Winner: New Orleans
Cleveland (11-5) at Pittsburgh (12-4)
Barely winning against an undermanned Pittsburgh team in Week 17 to secure their first playoff berth in forever, thereby earning the right to face a Pittsburgh team that WON'T be resting key starters like Ben and TJ, then having their coach get COVID, rendering him unavailable for the game, is about as Cleveland as it gets. Winner: Pittsburgh