Bets. Beer. Wings. High-Def. The second largest day for U.S. food consumption — “Super Bowl Sunday” — is considered by some a de facto American national holiday. Huddled together in family rooms across the nation, sports fans scream and shout at players, coaches, and referees alike in hopes of sealing their respective team’s victory. Matthew Mills, on the other hand, challenged this tradition of American culture. The 30-year-old Brooklynite and self-described “9/11 Truther” overtook the live broadcasting platform at Super Bowl XLVIII to historically address his over 110-million viewer audience.
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