Watch this ad and, while watching it, try to remember that someone actually thought that creating this and then running it was a good idea:
Lol just saw this pic.twitter.com/gTt5GW7MVL
— Acyn (@Acyn) January 22, 2022
Yes, the claims it makes are, without exception, are dumb and baseless. And yes, it looks absolutely horrific; as Ben Dreyfuss put it on Twitter, “This ad looks like it was made on their phone at 3am by someone drunk in an Uber on their way home.” Bingo.
Those facts are bad enough and would make the ad well worth laughing at. But, even more ridiculously and hilariously, someone thought that bringing up the “Brandon” thing in a pro-Biden ad was a good idea!
Yeah, that’s right. They used “Brandon” as an acronym to try to list out Brandon’s accomplishments, none of with are actually real and almost all of which aren’t exactly the issues Americans care about.
The B is for “broadband lines,” as if everyone will love Biden now that they now he cares about broadband access.
The R is for “roads, railroads, bridges,” which I suppose is an allusion to his “infrastructure bill,” which mostly just funded leftist pet projects.
The A is for “airports, freight rail” which is likely about the same bill and not the Wild West-style train robberies in California or airports buckling under the Covid strain.
N is for yet another issue on top of every American’s mind: “no lead pipes.” I guess the message is that Brandon is anti-lead poisoning. Quite a bold stance, that one.
D is for “deliver clean energy,” by which they probably mean the insignificant and expensive amount produced by wind and solar, not the cheap, extremely clean energy produced by nuclear and natural gas, both of which Brandon isn’t exactly for.
O is not for “open borders,” which would be all to real, but for “our jobs, jobs, jobs,” which seems a bit of a stretch for “o” and is ridiculous to cheer Brandon for, as his jobs reports have been highly disappointing.
Finally, there’s “N,” which is for “network of charging stations.” Tesla owners will be overjoyed to learn that if their car isn’t stolen or burned by some rampaging mob of criminals, then they can hook it up to a ney charging station.
And, as with the quality of the rest of the ad, the video quality of the “BRANDON” acronym is just awful:
These are just random things that were taken from a quick search of Biden’s campaign website lol pic.twitter.com/eerVZ15qHU
— Ben Dreyfuss (@bendreyfuss) January 22, 2022
Remember, the group that created this hilariously bad ad thought that it was not only a good idea, but well-made enough to run. Further, they thought that “broadband lines” would win people over to Brandon.
Then there’s the hovering specter of the “Brandon” name itself, which stands for “f*** Joe Biden.” Most wouldn’t want to bring up that enough of the country is chanting that while trying to boost the person it’s about. Apparently, these fools didn’t think of that, or are so out of touch that they didn’t care.
Let’s go Brandon! The brave anti-lead poisoning stance won me over.
This story syndicated with permission from Will – Trending Politics
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