Ouch: Audi Just Embarrassed Itself by Debunking Its Own Political Propaganda Super Bowl Ad


As millions of Americans saw, this year’s super bowl was just as much about a social engineering message and identity politics as it was about actual football, right down to Lady Gaga’s androgynous performance of the song “Born This Way” at halftime.

We knew it would be this way going in, with a lot of this year’s commercials promoting messages about gender inequality and immigration issues that play right into the divide and conquer that’s keeping most of America fighting with each other in the weeks since Donald Trump was inaugurated.

As previously reported, Audi had a melodramatic commercial about the debunked male-female pay gap.

How do we know its debunked?

Well, for starters, when people complained to Audi for the company hypocritically paying its male employees more than its female ones, Audi debunked the pay gap (and thus, its own super bowl commercial) on the company’s official Twitter account.

First here’s the original commercial Tweet from Audi:

Then, this happened:



This is just more embarrassing proof that companies who sell products should stick to promoting those products and not political agendas.

(H/T: Twitchy)

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