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April 1 marks April Fools Day: A day not only set aside to honor atheists, but also to play practical jokes on one another, and it’s especially fun when corporate America gets into the act as Esurance did with its latest ad.
Poking fun at those who claim they’ll move to Canada if a particular candidate becomes president, the company claims to offer an “election insurance” policy “because now more than ever, it’s important to have a smart policy that protects your home in the event that you decide to abandon it for the next four years.”
The ad hits both sides of the political aisle but specifically targets an imaginary Trump administration and Sanders administration alike.
“If you choose to leave the country, Esurance is not responsible for any walls erected after your departure, and assumes no legal or financial responsibility if your assets are redistributed for the greater good in your absence,” a female voice narrated in a disclaimer at the end.
Watch the fun below via Esurance.
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