The culmination of the 2017 NFL season was full of action on Sunday, as a figurative shootout between Tom Brady and Nick Foles led to the Philadelphia Eagles’ first ever Super Bowl win.
While the Eagles have won the entire league previously, those victories came during a distinctly different era of the game in which the Super Bowl did not exist. This win means the world to the city of Philadelphia, and to the legions of Americans who were simply sick and tired of watching Brady, Belichik, and their constant rule-bending ways take home the Lombardi Trophy.
In the game, Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski was quite the playmaker during the second half, despite having just cleared the leagues’ concussion protocol days earlier. (Something that Patriots haters deemed more than a bit dubious as well).
Off the field, however, things did not go so well for the certain hall of famer.
“Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski returned home from a crushing Super Bowl loss only to be knocked down again — this time finding his home had been broken into. Foxborough police responded Monday night to investigate a call at Gronkowski’s home that could have led to the theft of ‘multiple safes and possible guns,’ according to police dispatch messages obtained by the Boston Globe.
“Police chief William Baker spoke to the media Tuesday morning and confirmed local and state police were investigating a break-in at Gronkowski’s home, but would not comment on the items listed as missing.
“’There were items stolen. We’re not going to release the nature of the items stolen. Obviously the people who committed the theft know what was stolen. It’s an investigative advantage for us to know that as well and not share it with the public, so I won’t have any further comment on that.'”
This story comes to us as the liberal media continues to hype what they erroneously believe is a widespread uptick in gun thefts over the course of the last several months.
The purpose behind this wall to wall coverage of firearm thefts is quite obvious: The left hopes to convey the idea that gun owners and firearm shops are not acting responsibly enough to keep guns out of the hands of potentially violent criminals, further adding to the myth of menace that surrounds the left’s opinion of the 2nd Amendment.