For the most part, the Super Bowl ads were pretty meh and MOST of them avoided overly playing politics and getting too preachy with viewers … except for T-Mobile.
Look at this nonsense:
— T-Mobile (@TMobile) February 5, 2018
Yes, the babies are adorable but GIVE US A BREAK.
Just. Sell. Phones.
Granted, this ad by itself would be annoying (we get it T-Mobile, race, and gender don’t determine what we accomplish in life), but knowing the NFL allowed THIS ad while denying the #PleaseStand ad is infuriating.
Compare that SJW nonsense to this:
This is the Pro-America Ad the NFL Rejected. Here's your chance to make sure America sees it. Retweet this for America. pic.twitter.com/8QUtVlxxra
— Oliver McGee PhD MBA (@OliverMcGee) February 4, 2018
Please volunteer, please exercise your rights, please vote, please stand.
OMG THAT WAS SO CONTROVERSIAL.
We can totally see why the NFL rejected that ad.
Oh, wait, no …
Thanks, Oliver McGee PhD MAN @OliverMcGee, for sharing this very mellow, yet subtle, patriotic video. We all need to see this. I guess it would be too upsetting to, oh, the players who will kneel today??!!
— Cherokee Proud (@JaneGendreau3) February 4, 2018
Note, none of them knelt.
Shame on the NFL.
— Michael Hogan (@MichaelHogan11) February 4, 2018
They should have aired it.
What a wonderful advertisment. I am still trying to find the so called political part of it
— Ron Rowley (@rkrow12) February 4, 2018
Apparently asking people to stand and honor the military is political … or something.
God Bless America! YAAAAAY Proud to Stand and Salute!
— Susan Lindauer (@SLindauer2011) February 5, 2018
— lita Davis (@litaDavis4) February 5, 2018
When you put the T-Mobile ad next to the #PleaseStand ad, it tells you everything you need to know about what the NFL supports and doesn’t support.
And it’s weak AF, folks.
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