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Joe Biden’s Super Bowl Moment of Silence Garners Boos From Crowd, Surprising Social Media

Super Bowl LV is underway, and fans can watch the game for free. Before the big game, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden made an appearance at the Super Bowl to send a message to the fans while paying tribute to the frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. During their recorded message, which was played on the videoboard at Raymond James Stadium, Biden asked fans for a moment of silence for the Americans who lost their lives during the pandemic. Fans didn't respond to that well as there were boos and cheers heard during the moment of silence, which led to some wild responses on social media.

"That didn't sound like a moment of silence," one person wrote on Twitter. Another Twitter user wrote the moment of silence was "interesting," while another person wrote that was the "loudest moment of silence ever." Other people on Twitter praised the Bidens for showing appreciation for the essential workers. And the NFL showed their appreciation by inviting 7,500 healthcare workers to the Super Bowl.

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