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It was like watching the Heidi Bowl again. NBC cut from Sunday Night Football to Dear Leader. Because whatever he had to say couldn't be broadcast on one of their 47 other cable channels. Sheesh, that's MSDNC's raison d'etre for gosh sakes, put Rachel Madcow on it and leave us football fans alone.
But instead of watching the Niners score and force a New England turnover we were treated to more bloviation from that dipshit some of you decided should still be our president. Thanks for that, by the way, voting for him really put you at the top of my Christmas list for sure.
I thought the NFL had rules about this sort of thing, to make sure we get to see all of the game. So how about they find a channel to air their games that doesn't swap sports for politics. Perhaps one where nobody's ever heard of Bob Costas.
Maybe they could call it the NFL Network.
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