Democrat Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi lost a massive bet for the Super Bowl on Sunday night. The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in overtime to win their second-straight Super Bowl.
Nancy Pelosi bet on the San Francisco 49ers
Per GH records, Pelosi asked Missouri representative Emanuel Cleaver to gamble local food over the outcome of the Super Bowl:
Per Pelosi’s X account, the San Francisco representative sent a wager to Missouri’s fifth district representative, Emanuel Cleaver, on Friday afternoon. Pelosi will bet California-based treats, See’s Candy and Ghirardelli, for Kansas City barbecue:
“The San Francisco @49ers Faithful know that this year is our year – and on Sunday night, we will proudly hoist the Lombardi Trophy! So how about a friendly wager, @repcleaver? I’ll bet some See’s and Ghirardelli, if you’ll share some Kansas City barbecue when the Niners win!”
Pelosi owes Cleaver See’s Candy and Ghiradelli following the 49ers loss to the Chiefs. This isn’t the first time Pelosi has had to pay Cleaver. Pelosi owed Cleaver See’s candy and Ghirardelli following the Chiefs’ win over the 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.
Pelosi released a statement after the Super Bowl
Pelosi released a statement congratulating the 49ers following their loss in the Super Bowl:
Our San Francisco @49erswere outstanding on the field in Las Vegas at #SBLVIII – and the Bay Area’s proud red & gold spirit was on full display. While it wasn’t the outcome we hoped for, our Niners had a great season – making the Bay Area proud every step of the way. #GoNiners
While it wasn’t the outcome we hoped for, our Niners had a great season – making the Bay Area proud every step of the way. #GoNiners
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) February 12, 2024
Fortunately for Pelosi, she should have plenty of cash from her $NVDA investments to pay for the chocolates she’s sending to Cleaver following the Chief’s win.
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