Tom Brady is now a seven-time Super Bowl champion – a feat of extraordinary skill that won’t soon be repeated.
In fact, Brady’s latest Super Bowl win was a spectacular affair. First, Tom Brady is no spring chicken, especially in a league dominated by 20-somethings, many of whom are looking to sack the aging great on every play.
Then, to make matters all the more impressive, Brady’s seventh Super Bowl ring was earned during his first year on a brand new team – the often-mediocre Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Oh, and let’s not overlook the fact that the game itself was a complete and utter blowout to boot.
But that wasn’t enough for some, including the niece of the Vice President, who decided to shame Brady for his lack of a mask during post-game celebrations.
The niece of Vice President Kamala Harris, Meena Harris, led other leftists on Twitter on Sunday night in mask-shaming Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.
When Sports Illustrated tweeted a video of Brady arriving at Raymond James Stadium before the Super Bowl, at which he won his record seventh big game against the Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, the vice president’s niece sounded off in a tweet questioning why Brady was not wearing a mask.
“What’s Tom doing without a damn mask?” Meena Harris tweeted.
Harris was joined by other prominent leftists as well.
Gun control advocate Lisa Hendricks, a verified Twitter user whose account identifies her as an “organizer” for leftist groups Everytown and Moms Demand Action, also mask-shamed Brady.
“Tom Brady could have used his platform to wear a mask and be a role model for responsible behavior. But nooooooo, he had to be a maskhole. #SuperBowl,” Hendricks said in a tweet that is now hidden because she has since made her profile private.
Brady’s relationship with Donald Trump has made him a frequent target of the liberal left, and one has to wonder if these latest criticisms of this modern-day prodigy aren’t rooted in that bias as well.
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