After the botched call in the NFC championship game that eventually led to the Rams advancing to the Super Bowl, Saints fans haven't had a problem voicing their displeasure.

From a Change.org petition calling for the game to be replayed to billboards being erected in Atlanta that read "SAINTS GOT ROBBED," the New Orleans faithful are doing their best to let the world know how unhappy they are. 

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The sentiment is even shared by some in Washington, D.C.

Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., took to the Senate floor Friday — amid the longest government shutdown in history — to complain about the no-call. He even had some visual aids to go with his speech:

"Football's more than a game," Cassidy said. "The NFL has a responsibility to the millions of fans across the country to ensure the integrity of the game."

While the presentation by Sen. Cassidy is all in good fun, it probably wasn't the most opportune moment to do it amid the shutdown.