By
G. McConway
|
October 29, 2022

Biden Immigration Ad Airs During World Series

If you watched the World Series last night, you already know what I am talking about here.

A hard-hitting immigration ad was released last night during the game.

With the sheer number of homes watching this game, we have to think it was an eye-opening night for many households.

Exposing the Truth

There are plenty of people in this country that still have no idea how serious the situation at the border is right now.

The Kool-Aid drinkers refuse to step away from stations like CNBC and MSNBC.

Those networks refuse to cover the border situation, so buying ad space during the World Series was a stroke of genius.

The ad pulled no punches and has already generated outrage among the media and the left.

The ad starts, “How did we get here?” the ad begins, lamenting “low wages, high inflation, record crime” and “illegal immigration from places as far away as Pakistan.”

The ad continues, “Our cities are a mess. Public services are a nightmare.

“But instead of helping us, Joe Biden has sent $66 billion to Ukraine.

“Weapons worth billions more. And now, Joe Biden says his fight in Ukraine could lead to nuclear Armageddon. World War III.

“You know what I say? No mas.”

The ads have been a wake-up call for man who were simply unaware of what is happening at the border.

You know they are effective when the liberal media starts to freak out, and that is exactly what is happening.

For instance, Will Bunch of the Philadelphia Inquirer called the ads “violent” and “vile.”

How about “truthful.”

And as we know, the truth is not always pretty.

Source: New York Post

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