HARRY POTTER ANGRY ABOUT MAGA HAT, HEXES TOM BRADY FOR SUPER BOWL
So I have no idea where readers fall when it comes to this idea, Make America Great Again. I do know that 40% of Americans support Donald Trump, no matter what. I mean, Trump could pay for underage virginity taking and that 40% would have no problem with it. Well, actually that may be factually real already. Too bad this “factoid” idea muddies all inconvenient waters. Anyway, what isn’t debatable is that Daniel Radcliffe, or Harry Potter to most folks, has called out Tom Brady for having a MAGA hat in his locker. Radcliffe liked Brady, but no more. Now, Harry Potter will be rooting against the Pats in this year’s Super Bowl game. Expelliarmus!!! Stupefy!!!
WHO ARE OUR REAL SPORTS HEROES IN THESE POLITICIZED TIMES?
So for all those Boston fans who love Harry Potter, there might be some conflict here. Oddly, now that I think about it, I first read Harry Potter when I had insomnia years ago. In Boston. Well, the North Shore, anyway. But Patriots fans might not be too happy about Radcliffe rooting for the Rams this year. But again, the pretty liberal Boston might have some misgivings with their guy Brady having a MAGA hat in his locker. So where and how do we separate these polarized political times when it comes to major league sports? It’s just not that easy these days. But is Tom Brady a Trump fan?
BUT IS TOM BRADY REALLY A DONALD TRUMP, MAGA FAN ANYWAY?
The answer is likely a little complicated. But I’d say no. It’s the Pats coach, Bill Belichick, who digs himself some Trump. The hat likely came from coach himself. But it is also true that in recent years, Tom Brady has hit the links for some golf with yesterday’s (?) pussy grabbing POTUS. But that could be ancient history. Who is the one player who abstained from visiting the White House after the last Pats Super Bowl victory? That’s right, it was Tom Brady. So maybe this is just much ado about Hermione. The only safe thing to say here is that Hermione was totally hot enough for Trump to (insert verb here).