When the billionaire former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg bought a $10 million ad for the Super Bowl, Donald Trump had to have one, too. So his people got busy and hustled out a James Bondesque ad. Getting impeached did not appear to have been more than a pothole in the road and never mentioned in one of his two ads.
His ad promised prosperity, change, and unemployment for African Americans at a 50-year-low. He said the country would be safer and stronger. Not only that, he promised the best was sure to come:
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 3, 2020
Trump showed off two of his campaign ads during and outside of the Super Bowl. He eagerly told his Twitter world about the upcoming political ads. This was the 100th anniversary of the Super Bowl and a 50-year-desert-before the oasis of a sweet, sweet Kansas City Chief’s win over San Francisco’s 49ers.
POTUS urged people to watch an interview his Fox news in one of his ads. Then, he told them to “Enjoy!” Fast forward to three hours later. \His second tweet arrived in all caps:
‘ENJOY THE GAME USA, OUR COUNTRY’S DOING GREAT!’
A third tweet reminded people again:
“I promised to restore hope in America. That includes the least among us. Together, let’s KEEP AMERICA GREAT!’
The first ad, which aired during the first quarter, featured Alice Johnson, a woman who gave viewers 30 seconds of appreciation of a woman imprisoned. After Kim Kardashian made her case Trump had her released. The ad showed the women Johnson and ended with:
‘My heart is just bursting with gratitude. I want to thank President Donald John Trump,”‘
Johnson also addressed the ad from her personal Twitter account, noting that two Super Bowls ago, she was in prison, and today she is a free woman who will never stop “fighting for the wrongly and unjustly convicted.”
West retweeted Johnson’s post about her new life since prison and added, “So proud of you!!!!” but did not directly comment on Trump’s ad.
Trump tweeted out congratulations to “the Great State of Kansas” for their big win. Unfortunately for Trump, he placed the winning team in the wrong state. Many Kansans are wildly enthusiastic about the Chiefs, though.
Trump’s message for the “SuperBowls (sic)” past was for 2017:
‘Enjoy the #SuperBowl and then we continue: MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!’
In 2018, he gave the Philadelphia Eagles their “great Super Bowl victory!:’
‘Wishing them a great at Super Bowl victory!”
The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers battled fought hard to win, which gave them cover. The Cheifs’ fans shouted the song America where they substituted a smart change.
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