Video: Patriots fan Louis C.K. has no problem with deflated footballs

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Louis C.K. grew up in Boston, so naturally he’s taken a side with the Patriots in the DeflateGate controversy.

He appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman on Monday and said he’s OK with the Patriots cheating.

“They want to win real bad, so sometimes you do stuff that’s not fair so that you can win,” he said. “I have no problem with it. I think it’s hilarious and why not? It’s a stupid football game. Deflate the balls, poke a guy in the eye, whatever. It’s football.”

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