Gee...imagine that. The most popular president in history not only needs military protection but is booed to boot. Makes on wonder if he really is that popular. I'm not really sure why a moment of silence for a disease. Libs sure don't honor anyone else that loses their lives even while serving others...such as police officers. No...old China Joe wants to defund them instead of honoring them.
- President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden appeared on the videoboard at Raymond James Stadium before the Super Bowl LV to thank healthcare workers
- During their video message, the Bidens called for a moment of silence for the more than 463,000 lives that have been lost during the pandemic
- Instead of a moment of silence, several fans at the stadium were heard booing
- The lack of silence prompted some Americans watching from home to take to Twitter to respond to the incident
Moments before Super Bowl LV kicked off Sunday night, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden made a pre-recorded appearance to honor the more than 463,000 people who have died from COVID-19 by asking for a moment of silence - instead they were booed by some of the crowd.
'So please join us, the Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the National Football League in a moment of silence for the more than 440,000 Americans who lost their lives in this pandemic and for their loved ones who are left behind.'
Instead of a moment of silence, fans in the crowd were heard booing.
'That didn't sound like a moment of silence,' one person tweeted.
Another tweeted: 'Was that a boo I hear from the crowd when Biden asked for us to have a moment of silence for +400K lost due to the COVID 19? Wow. That speaks volumes.'
'That was the loudest moment of silence ever,' a third user wrote.