Dems Are Losing It? Give Absolutely Bizarre Reaction To Super Bowl

I’m not sure why this is a flex for the Democrats to show off, and it’s really weird.

Despite playing a terrible first half, the Chiefs clawed back and won the Super Bowl. The San Fransisco 49ers had their chance several times to seal the game; however, they couldn’t covert on a couple of key 3rd down conversions.

If you didn’t watch the game, it was pretty tight and sort of boring. The Chiefs were slow, and the 49ers made just enough mistakes to lose the game.

What was strange was the left’s reaction before and after the game.

For example, before the game, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced his pledge of allegiance to Taylor Swift and posted his favorite song. Notice he didn’t comment on the teams playing the game.

“This #SuperBowlSunday, I’m announcing that I’m a Swiftie, and here’s my favorite Taylor deep cut: White Horse,” Schumer wrote.

That’s weird, right?

Then, after the game, leftists started flexing that MAGA people were upset.

Folks, what the heck are they talking about?

First off, the KC Chiefs is a storied franchise in the NFL and has a massive fan base. The left’s response is like a mutated version of Trump Derangement Syndrome, and they are really starting to live in their own heads like the MAGA world is upset about the game.

What they don’t realize is they are actually proving a point conservatives have been making.

The Taylor Swift thing is the right mocking the left for trying to get attention from the pop star who they believe is going to save them.

The insane social media post is just another weird example:

Then there was this strange post from Biden (or his aid because there’s no way he was up that late).

Or maybe this weird post:

Folks, this is total desperation from the left, and it’s hilarious. I’ve never seen one side completely polarize a game, and the “flex” they are making could make one think that the left is losing their minds with Biden.


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