Congressional rookies Crenshaw and AOC got into it over the Super Bowl on Sunday night but Crenshaw definitely took the upper hand.
When the New England Patriots matched the Pittsburgh Steelers as the NFL’s only six-time Lombardi Trophy winners, Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, tweeted a shot at both the Pats monopoly and the progressive ideas of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.
He asked on Twitter Sunday night: “Should someone propose a 70% tax on the Patriots so that NFL competition is more fair and equal? Asking for a friend.”
The socialist who thinks there are three of chamber of government hit back Monday morning, tweeting: “The average NFL salary is $2.1 million, so most players would never experience a 70% rate. The owners who refuse to hire (Colin) Kaepernick would, though.”
AOC seems to think the billionaires who own football teams owe Colin Kaepernick something. She's wrong.
Kaepernick was a horrible quarterback at the end of his career and his publicity stunts aren't helping him get signed either.