As the New England Patriots performed a miraculous come-from-behind win to clinch another Super Bowl title, giving quarterback Tom Brady an historic fifth Super Bowl ring, liberals from coast to coast lapsed into despair that anyone close to President Donald Trump could become winners.
As soon as Patriots running back James White stretched over into the end zone to slam the pigskin down for that game-winning touch down, liberals took to Twitter to vent their outrage.
Immediately the hash tag #notmysuperbowlchampion started trending with many slamming Brady and Trump.
I'm protesting #notmysuperbowlchampion
— Chance Bishop (@THEchancebishop) February 6, 2017
— Douglas Young (@douglasyoung67) February 5, 2017
Tom Brady is a Trump supporter AND a cheater #notmysuperbowlchampion
— soccertom (@tomf0olery) February 6, 2017
Naturally, many liberals were crushed by Super Bowl 51 and took to Twitter to lament that it felt just as bad as how they felt on Election Day last November when Trump pulled his own come-from-behind win.
I haven't felt this anxious since 9pm on election night #SuperBowl
— Ned Fulmer (@nedfulmer) February 6, 2017
same here but at least with the game we have a different winner next year! Not stuck for four years like the other #SuperBowl
— ladylauraanne (@ladylauraanne) February 6, 2017
Trump won the election and now his favorite team has won the Super Bowl. Let it sink America.
— SHUG Jarrod Barnes (@jay1677) February 6, 2017
It's like November 8, 2016 all over again. #NotMySuperBowlChampion
— Douglas Young (@douglasyoung67) February 6, 2017
This game is literally an analogy of election night #SuperBowl
— . (@tinnkky) February 6, 2017
Why does the #SuperBowl remind me of the 2016 Election 😳
— Aneesh (@Aneesh_Shinkre) February 6, 2017
This is how I felt on election night. #SuperBowl
— Questlove (In E flat) (@questlove) February 6, 2017
Of course Pats win. This is a year when evil triumphs. Had Harry Potter come out this year, Voldermort would have won.#SuperBowl
— Michael Guevara (@MichaelMGuevara) February 6, 2017
Can one of u real Americans lend me an OxyContin?
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) February 6, 2017
Did the Russians hack the Super Bowl, too? Is nothing sacred?
— Amanda Litman (@amandalitman) February 6, 2017
Naturally many, many other Twitter users seemed to enjoy the liberal tears.
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