Left-wingers who have had great success in canceling Christianity in modern-day America are never happy when people are reminded of Jesus Christ, especially when he is the subject of Super Bowl commercials that were broadcast to the biggest television audience of the year.
MSNBC’s resident heathen Joy Reid lashed out over the two ad spots during the big game that were purchased by the Servant Foundation, a group promoting Christian values and the redeeming message of the Lord and savior.
On Monday night’s edition of “The ReidOut,” the host took a swing at the commercials that aired during Sunday’s NFL title contest between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. The pair of ad spots which were a part of the group’s “He Gets Us” campaign cost between $6 million and $7 million, the going rate for this year’s game.
After ‘the race lady’ touted the blackness of the Super Bowl with its in-your-face “woke” propaganda including the featuring of the “black national anthem,” Reid blasted the Servant Foundation which she insinuated was more devoted to promoting sexism and homophobia than the message of Jesus Christ.
Opining that as a whole, the commercials were “not that great this year,” Reid said that “two really stood out, telling viewers to be childlike and urging us to look past our differences with the tagline, ‘Jesus loves the people who hate,” which some might be inclined to suggest, would even include her.
“But what those ads didn’t tell you is who was behind the ‘He Gets Us campaign,’ she said. “It’s part of a $100 million campaign to help promote Christianity and build the brand of Jesus, according to its backers, because his brand has really just never been built before.”
She then suggested that there may be something darker and more conspiratorial about the group, drawing on media reports that it has donated millions to the Alliance Defending Freedom, a pro-Christian values legal organization that, according to its website, is “committed to protecting religious freedom, free speech, the sanctity of life, parental rights, and God’s design for marriage and family.”
The most powerful Super Bowl commercial.
It caught me off guard.
I wasn’t expecting it to be what it ended up being.
— Patrick Bet-David (@patrickbetdavid) February 13, 2023
Reid told her viewers that the ADF was designated as a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center, the influential leftist nonprofit that is at the tip of the spear of the left’s unholy crusade to bully, censor and cancel conservatives who dissent to their cultural revolution, especially Christians.
“The Alliance Defending Freedom drafted the Mississippi law at the heart of the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade,” she said. “And, they’re currently behind the Texas lawsuit seeking to reverse the FDA’s approval of the abortion pill,” because to leftists, there is no greater priority than the killing of the unborn.
“In other words, it’s not as apolitical as ‘He Gets Us’ claims,” she said. “And I think it is fair to say Jesus Christ wouldn’t spend millions of dollars on television ads promoting his image.”
On the flip side, Reid gushed with praise for the recent Grammy’s, another nationally televised showcase, this one for the degenerate values of Hollywood that included a Satanic-themed performance by Sam Smith and Kim Petras, gloating that it was proof that the left had won a decisive victory in the culture wars.
.@JoyAnnReid: The #Grammys "was a celebration of the very thing the American Right has turned into its latest anti-wokeness bogeyman: Diversity, equity, & inclusion … So yeah. The culture wars are over, and the Left won. Like total defeat." pic.twitter.com/gPiAsM6VzJ
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) February 7, 2023
Reid ended her rant on a lighter note, suggesting that perhaps Jesus could work a miracle in time for Super Bowl 58 next year by cleaning up the questionable calls by referees, including a late defensive penalty against Philly that effectively delivered the win to the Chiefs who greatly benefitted from the one-sided officiating late in both of their final games.
“But who knows? Next year, if his brand is sufficiently promoted maybe he can find a way to improve the officiating,” she said. “Just saying.”
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