Look Who's Back From the Dead to Flip the Coin at the Superbowl - AmericaFirstPatriots.com

Look Who’s Back From the Dead to Flip the Coin at the Superbowl

Well isn’t this timing interesting?  

Two weeks ago, ol’ H.W. was hospitalized with a “serious illness”.  Terrible news, he reported.  He wouldn’t be able to attend the Trump inauguration.

Looks like he’s made a miraculous recovery and he’s ready to get out and about!  So good in fact he is now reported to be doing the coin toss at the Super Bowl.

Looks like the “Trump Flu” healed up real quick.

Hey H.W., do you want to make the throat slash gesture at Trump again while the cameras are you this Sunday?

Bush Evil

Details from FaithFamilyAmerica about the coin flip:

Ahead of Super Bowl Sunday, the NFL has just announced the famous political icon they have chosen to flip the coin at the “big game.”

In a press conference in Houston, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed that George H.W. Bush will perform the pre-game coin toss.

News of Bush’s attendance at the Superbowl comes only a week after he was released from the hospital. The former president, who is 92 years old, was treated for pneumonia and even spent time in the Intensive Care Unit.

A spokeswoman for the Bush family said they were “looking forward” to the game. Another spokesman also let people know how thankful the Bush family is for all of the prayers received this past week.

“He is thankful for the many prayers and kind messages he received during his stay, as well as the world-class care that both his doctors and nurses provided,” said Jim McGrath.

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