Moments before Super Bowl LV kicked off Sunday night, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden made a pre-recorded appearance to honor the more than 463,000 people who have died from COVID-19 by asking for a moment of silence – instead they were booed by the crowd.
‘Before kickoff we wanted to thank all the frontline healthcare heroes both at the game and watching across the country. You put yourself at risk to keep the rest of us safe. You and your families carried us through this year with courage, compassion and kindness. We couldn’t have made it without you. With all our hearts thank you.
The president said: ‘Now as we thank you and all of our essential workers, let’s remember we all can do our part to save lives. Wear masks, stay socially-distanced, get tested, get vaccinated when it’s your turn, and most of all let’s remember all those who we’ve lost.
So please join us, the Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the National Football League in a moment of silence for the more than 440,000 Americans who lost their lives in this pandemic and for their loved ones who are left behind.’
Instead of a moment of silence, fans in the crowd were heard booing which was obviously intended for the “most popular President” ever.
The mainstream media either didn’t report about this or stated that the sound that we are hearing is not booing.
But one South Florida bar left no room for speculations.
The bar erupted with boos and heckles when Mr & Mrs. Biden appeared on TV during Super Bowl. They were all calling him a fake President.
As a reminder, Biden has won more votes than any other candidate in American history.
Mr. Biden broke the previous record – held by Barack Obama.