Goldstein Biden appeared with his wife on videoscreen to tell America to obey. Joe Biden said. “Wear masks. Stay socially distance. Get tested.” Both tyrannical Orwellian rules that do not work and only serve to take away our freedoms.
— Meghan Hays (@MegHays46) February 7, 2021
Super Bowl LV kicked off with the singing of the Black National Anthem. Alicia Keys sang, “Lift Your Voice and Sing” in Tampa to start off the festivities. Shots of NFL players kneeling to the US National Anthem and Black Lives Matter protests were included in this Super Bowl video. (TGP) The Super Bowl ratings were down 9% from last year, was the least-watched since 2006, and the lowest-rated Super Bowl in 50 years!
The game was televised nationally by CBS. Country music singer Eric Church and R&B singer Jazmine Sullivan performed the national anthem.
The NFC champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs, 31–9. The game took place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida and was the fifth Super Bowl hosted by the Tampa area and the third held at Raymond James Stadium. It was the fourth time that the Super Bowl was in the same state in back-to-back years; Super Bowl LIV had taken place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
The Buccaneers became the first team to play a Super Bowl in its home stadium, and the first wild card team to appear in the Super Bowl since the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV. In his first season as a player for the Buccaneers, quarterback Tom Brady appeared in his 10th Super Bowl and won his seventh, both records for an individual player. The Chiefs sought to become the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since Brady’s former team, the New England Patriots (XXXVIII and XXXIX). Due to COVID-19 protocols limiting the stadium’s seating capacity to 25,000 fans, this was the lowest attended Super Bowl. For the 5th time in his career, Brady was named Super Bowl MVP, completing 21 of 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns.
The Satanic Halftime Show
The halftime show was headlined by Canadian singer The Weeknd. Former KC Chief and NFL standout Larry Johnson took to Twitter and claimed that The Weeknd performed a satanic ritual in front of thousands of people inside Raymond James Stadium and the millions watching at home.
Satan’s fall from heaven w/ his fallen angels, and Abaddon/Abel, coming from out of the bottomless pit.
Their covid quarantine short story of Revelation 9. pic.twitter.com/nXG40lNp3C
— Larry Johnson (@2LarryJohnson7) February 8, 2021
The Vigilant Citizen writes that The Weeknd’s Super Bowl performance appears to be the conclusion to a narrative that has been going on for months. Through music videos and live performances, the singer has been telling a story about fame, fortune, and the true cost of it all. This story was amplified and “validated” by mass media itself as he was given the opportunity to play out his persona on the biggest stages on Earth. After winning awards and appearing in countless media events while in character, The Weeknd brought his dark persona to the masses during the Super Bowl Halftime show.
The moral of the story: Selling your soul is totally worth it … until you get decapitated. More importantly, the show is a reminder of who actually rules the “entertainment” that we’re supposed to consume while in lockdown.
Other symbols pointed out by others not covered in the video above:
- pentagram on the stage
- city buildings look eerily similar to grave stones
- masks remind of kid from the movie ‘Us”
- mask-wearing zombies fell at the end it shows all the doubles, clones are deactivated
- The Weeknd appeared at the 2020 VMAs with a similar mask after plastic surgery
- The word ‘SATAN’ covered in the video above was not from the 2021 halftime performance, but a 2018 The Weeknd concert
Even a player used an Illuminati hand sign to close out the Super Bowl as Bucs linebacker Devin White made an interception in the endzone and then celebrated in front of the camera with the Illuminati 666 symbol over his eye.
In his after-game interview and in a now-deleted Tweet, Chiefs player Tyrann Mathieu said after his incident on the field with Tom Brady, “He called me something I won’t repeat but yeah I’ll let all the media throw me under bus as if I did something or said something to him…” However, Tom Brady was mic’d up for the entire game and could have easily proven he was innocent while Mathieu would have been the next Jussie Smollett.