Satan Recognized at the Super Bowl?

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The Kansas City Chiefs and the 49ers played a great game, with Kansas City winning in overtime. The halftime was rap music, which is generally awful, and they sang the so-called black National Anthem to divide us as a nation. There is one National Anthem. The NFL had all the usual end black racism slogans on the floor. It’s divisive and aimed at making all whites into racists. That takes me to Satan.

Did Ice Spice bring Satan to the Super Bowl? We shouldn’t make too much of it, but it’s worthy of condemnation if true.

Actor Tyrese Gibson says Hollywood is normalizing the devil.

China McClain is very concerned. There is a reason the music industry is doing this. “They affect you…it’s about influence.”

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The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
20 days ago

These are talentless, valueless and greedy people.

Look at how this one guy covers it, showing he has serious problems too. It is not a conspiracy theory that those misfits were using satanic symbolism. It is not a conspiracy at all, if a person individually chooses to wear that. And it is not a theory, because it is true. What a dunce he is.

Sally
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Sally
20 days ago

I thought that was Obama’s new boy friend dancing.

lalasayswhat
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lalasayswhat
20 days ago

I thought that was Bozo’s daughter with the red wig. None of these people have any talent that’s why they rely on shock value to entertain. Every time the Chiefs did something, the camera showed TS as if she was the only Chiefs fan in the stadium. I went to eat a snack during the halftime performance. I did see Mr Pfizer, Travis Kelce attack his coach probably either due to vaccine overload or roid rage.

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
20 days ago
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This is all marketing, marketing, marketing, greed, greed, greed.

I gave up watching this junk over 20 years ago, and never missed it. I would much rather throw a football than be a fan of such a spectacle.