Democrat slammed for critique of pro-Christian Super Bowl ads
A Democrat operative was mocked after blasting a Christian Super Bowl ad.
The operative, who promoted the false narrative that Border Patrol agents were whipping Haitian migrants, is being mercilessly blasted for attacking commercials promoting the Christian faith that aired during the Super Bowl.
He Gets Us, a campaign touting itself as a "movement to reintroduce people to the Jesus of the Bible and his confounding love and forgiveness," aired two advertisement spots during the Super Bowl.
The first commercial is 30 seconds and says we should "be childlike." The ad then shows children being helpful and kind to each other and animals.
"Jesus didn't want us to act like adults," the ad states. "He gets us. All of us. Jesus."
"The second ad is 60 seconds and is meant to promote inclusion amid perceived division. It shows people arguing and confronting each other angrily until 'Jesus loved the people we hate' appears onscreen," reports Fox News.
"Despite the messages of inclusion, a self-described Democratic strategist and communications consultant went on Twitter late Sunday night, after the commercials aired during the Super Bowl, to lambast the ads," reported Fox News.
"With the money the 'He Gets Us' people spent on their right-wing Jesus ads, they could permanently house 1,563 people experiencing homelessness," wrote Sawyer Hackett.
According to Hackett's Twitter profile, he is a senior adviser to both the Progressive Change Campaign Committee and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro.
Hackett's tweet was quickly met with backlash.
"It's kinda weird and cringe that the commercial you have a problem with is maybe the only one that wasn't selling you something or trying to get you to scan some spyware QR code to play an NFT gambling game," wrote podcaster and political commentator Noam Blum.
It's kinda weird and cringe that the commercial you have a problem with is maybe the only one that wasn't selling you something or trying to get you to scan some spyware QR code to play an NFT gambling game.
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) February 13, 2023
"They spent $800,000 on the grass, and I'm pretty sure that didn't save anyone's soul," one user tweeted. "Feels better to hate on the Christians though."
Source: Fox News