Social Justice-Themed T-Mobile Super Bowl Ad Showered With DownvotesChris Menahan
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T-Mobile released a social justice-themed advertisement whining about "equal pay" and other garbage during the Super Bowl on Sunday.
The ad showed a diverse group of babies and featured a narrator saying:
"You'll love who you want. You'll demand fair and equal pay. You will not allow where you come from to dictate where you're going. You will be heard, not dismissed. You will be connected, not alone. Change starts now."The ad was showered in downvotes.
Despite being a communications company, they disabled comments on the video. [UPDATE: They disabled upvoting and downvoting as well!]
They also shared the ad on Twitter, writing "Change starts now."
"Yes. I'm changing carriers. Bye," read the top response.
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