A new campaign ad has surfaced on President Trump’s YouTube page and it’s everything we ever hoped it would be. Many of us have been saying since AOC stepped into the national spotlight that she is a gift from heaven for the political right. Every time she opens her mouth, Donald Trump gets another electoral vote. Instead of noticing the damage she is doing to the Democrat Party with her rabid anti-American radicalism, the Democrats have allowed her to start a gang! “The Squad,” as they are known, are some of the best campaigners for Donald Trump to ever hit the trail. It was only a matter of time until the president capitalized on their stupidity.
The ad is perfectly timed to showcase, in their own words, what The Squad really thinks about America. The ad highlights Trump at a rally describing what The Squad has been up to, including the hilarious observation that Rashida Tlaib used the F-word to describe him. “That’s not nice,” he quipped, “even for me!” With each charge leveled by the president, actual footage of squad members is shown doing the deed. Listening to Ilhan Omar’s letter about going easy on ISIS recruits is pretty jarring.
Ayanna Pressley is a squad member who doesn’t get enough press. This ad changes that. The president highlights her racist statements and then cuts to footage of her claiming that the country doesn’t need black or brown faces who won’t be black or brown voices (according to group-think herd mentality and not individual liberty).
This ad is so powerful and so great it makes me wonder if he planned to make this before he did that rally. The Trump team is even better than Obama’s team when it comes to marketing. This ad is eye-catching with a nod to pop art that is fun to look at. It’s visually perfect, which is something that Republicans never get right. It has creativity, youthfulness, fun, comedy, and reminds me of his marketing for The Apprentice. This is what winning looks like. Is this guy a very stable genius or what? 2020 is looking good for Trump if the Democrats continue to allow these broads to go unmuzzled.
Megan Fox is the author of “Believe Evidence; The Death of Due Process from Salome to #MeToo.” Follow on Twitter @MeganFoxWriter