More importantly than the Super Bowl for a lot of people are the Super Bowl ads. This year, I think for the first time on a national level (Obama had one in local markets in 2008), there’s dueling ads between presidential candidates. Mike Bloomberg will continue setting his money on fire, this time to brag about how he wants to take away your guns. As well as his record of trying to take away your guns (see EXPOSED: Anti-Gun Bloomberg Caught Saying We Should Disarm Minorities and This Bloomberg Supporter Dance is Cringier than Buttigieg Supporters [VIDEO]). Yes, in an advertisement running during the Super Bowl. Maybe he’ll have a surprise spot bragging about banning soda, too.
As for President Trump, he just wants you to know how he’s made America stronger, safer, and more prosperous. Basically, he made America great again.
With President Trump in office he is improving the lives of ALL Americans. Under President Trump, the economy is booming, historic tax cuts were passed, trade deals have been renegotiated, and African-American, Asian-American, and Hispanic-American unemployment are all at RECORD LOWS!
It’s a solid ad. Even if you still have issues with Trump personally, policy-wise his record is pretty good. The only prediction I still feel confident to make for 2020 is that the only way Trump loses, it’ll be because of his own lack of discipline and self-control. If he can keep some of his opinions to himself and just run on his record, 2020 will be a good year. This ad highlighting his record will reach a lot of apolitical people.
As for the big game, I have no preference. Patrick Mahomes and the 49ers D/ST both led me to an extra $200 in fantasy football this year. But if I had to choose between the two, I’m going with the Chiefs. What say you?