Touré Goes From Joy To Agony Over Patriots Super Bowl Comeback And Ties To Trump

Derek Hunter Contributor
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Former MSNBC host Touré Neblett experienced the whole range of human emotions during Sunday’s Super Bowl, going from joy to agony as the New England Patriots came back from the largest deficit in NFL postseason history to claim the Lombardi Trophy.

The Patriots’ victory was made worse for Neblett because of the friendships between President Donald Trump and quarterback Tom Brady, coach Bill Belichick, and team owner Robert Kraft.

Before the start of the game, Neblett made sure he registered his disgust with the Patriots because of the ties to the President.

As the game progressed and the Atlanta Falcons took what appeared to be an insurmountable lead, Neblett’s confidence grew.

At the start of the second half, Neblett’s confidence was solidified.

Then the Patriots started their historic comeback.

When the comeback was complete and the Patriots were Super Bowl champions, Neblett accepted defeat.