MAGA Town, North Dakota. Once again, as he has 6 times in the past, Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ has allowed the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl. The Pats, led by Christ-lover, Tom Brady, beat the L.A. Rams yesterday by the score of 13 to 3. What can we, as Americans and Christians, learn from this event? Well, we can learn this: without a deep belief in Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and without repeated, heart-felt prayers to Jesus, it isn’t possible to win a Super Bowl, or any sporting event for that matter. No matter what you may hear or believe, know that without the support of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, the Patriots would not have won yesterday. Obviously, they prayed to him harder than the Rams did, and, also obviously, talent, consistency, and great play had nothing to do with their victory. It is ONLY because Jesus WANTED them to win that they did. It is also painfully obvious that Jesus did not want the Rams to win. Or else they would’ve. Simple.
See kiddies, it’s that easy. Pray to Jesus. Love him. Worship him, and, if you do all those things correctly, you can win a Super Bowl. Talent be damned! Without Jesus, winning the Super Bowl isn’t possible. Just ask the Rams who, today, should be holding their heads in shame and asking themselves, “What exactly did we do to piss off Jesus so much that he didn’t let us win?” They didn’t pray as hard as the Patriots. That is THE only acceptable and reasonable answer here. Screw practice. Screw talent. Prayer to Jesus wins ball games. Period. If you think I’m wrong, just ask the Rams. $Amen$