A question of positioning, history and bold statements . . .
VEEP PENCE HAS BLASTED 'NANCY PELOSI'S 49ERS ALL THE WAY TO THE SUPER BOWL AND PROGRESSIVE CHIEFS FANS DON'T WANT HIS SUPPORT!!!
Check the rundown as the big game increasingly turns into a celebration of politics, culture war and election gamesmanship rather than football glory . . .
Football Fans Taunt Veep
The San Francisco 49ers routed the Green Bay Packers in Sunday's NFC championship game, 37-20, and some say Vice President Mike Pence played a role in the outcome. The Niners will play the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl on Feb. 2.
Veep Blame Game
In a foolish move the likes of which we've come to expect from the Trump administration, Vice President Mike Pence predicted that the Green Bay Packers would beat "Nancy Pelosi's 49ers" during a rally in Milwaukee last week. Now Packers fans, feeling burned and deflated, are blaming Pence on Twitter for jinxing the team.
Debatable Big Game 2020
MIAMI - The only intellectually honest way to respond to those who yell and scream about wanting their sports separate from their politics is to pat them on the head and tell them to bless their heart.
Super Bowl Talking Points
Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity will interview President Trump during the Super Bowl LIV pregame show on FOX, and the highest-rated host on cable news plans to let the commander-in-chief do most of the talking. "My job is to let people hear from the president, not from me," Hannity said.
Chiefs Defensive Star Shares Pop Culture & Political Satire
The Kansas City Chiefs will fly to Miami on Sunday for a week of preparation leading up to Super Bowl LIV. The AFC champions spent this week practicing at home in Kansas City. Following the final practice of the week on Friday, Chiefs DE Frank Clark turned some heads when he stepped to the podium to speak to the media.
Betting Big Biz
The Super Bowl is the premier event in U.S. sports. It's also the biggest day of the year for sports gambling. What's different this year is that an increasing share of the wagering on the Feb. 2 game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs will be done legally.
Constant Contest For Attention
(Reuters) - When the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs face off at the National Football League's Super Bowl LIV in Miami on Sunday, billionaire presidential candidates will battle for attention while big brands bearing positive messages hope to bring balance to the divisive political atmosphere.
You decide . . .