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Louisiana politician wants to have a Saints parade during the Super Bowl

New Orleans Saints fans may never forgive the NFL after a clear missed call in Sunday’s NFC championship game helped keep the Rams in the game, and the fanbase is protesting the result in a variety of ways. One New Orleans resident paid for several “SAINTS GOT ROBBED” and “NFL BLEAUX IT” billboards in Atlanta, the site of Super Bowl LIII, and scores of Saints fans are vowing to not watch the Super Bowl on social media.

One local politician wants to take a Super Bowl protest to the next level. Chris Roberts, a councilman at-large for Jefferson Parish in Louisiana, proposed staging a Saints parade on Sunday, February 3rd, during the Super Bowl.

Roberts hasn’t shared any further updates on his plan, and a protest parade is probably something the fanbase would regret in time. Just a few weeks ago, LSU players and fans were mercilessly trolling UCF over their claim of an unofficial national championship.

Should Saints fans boycott the Super Bowl by having a parade in New Orleans?

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