Anddd Joe Biden loses again...which is quite the trend. Seems the only time he can win is if there is cheating involved.
On Sunday night, Biden was asked whom he would rather receive a pass from: Chiefs’ Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, or Buccaneers’ Tom Brady. He chose Mahomes...and then Brady went on to lead the Bucs to a blowout Super Bowl victory in Tampa, Florida.
During a pre-Super Bowl interview with CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell, Biden noted that he used to dream of playing professional football.
“I had wild dreams,” he said. “They weren’t to be president; they were to be a flanker-back in the NFL.”
Delighted @NorahODonnell to President Biden: “Many people may not know you were once a pretty good receiver yourself back in the day. As a former receiver, which quarterback would you rather have throw to you? Tom Brady or Mahomes?” #SuperBowl pic.twitter.com/nXAskf89kP
— Brent Baker (@BrentHBaker) February 7, 2021
While he declined to say who he wanted to win the game, he did mention that he would rather catch passes from Mahomes than Brady.
“Obviously, Brady is a great quarterback,” Biden continued. “Mahomes seems like he has a lot of potential. I’d probably take a shot with the young guy who (we) didn’t expect as much from.”
However, as USA Today’s Charles Goldman pointed out, even though Biden did not pick which team would win, “his “his inclination to choose Mahomes over Brady is all you need to know.”
Just saying ... pic.twitter.com/1QNwN2DdWN
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) February 8, 2021
I would be willing to be that Biden did not choose Brady, who had already won six Super Bowls, because Brady is a long time friend of President Donald Trump.
The Patriots aren’t as petty as Biden though, and congratulated their former star quarterback on Twitter:
Congratulations to the greatest of all time.
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) February 8, 2021
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