Super Bowl LIV
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America in an election year. The Super Bowl in an election year. These two things combined will create some rather interesting stuff.

That was readily apparent mere hours before the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs do battle at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

Check out these pro-Trump banners overhead at the site of Super Bowl LIV. One simple message. “Keep America Great.”

As divisive as ever, the 2020 political climate is indicative of just how split this nation is. President Trump’s ongoing impeachment trial has only adds to that.

What we do know is that whoever wins on Sunday will likely visit Mr. Trump at the White House. The 49ers’ brass has already said it would love to receive an invite. We’d be surprised if the Chiefs didn’t meet with POTUS should they win Sunday.

Vincent Frank
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