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Thursday, February 15, 2024

COMMERCIALS VIDEO: Candace Owens slammed Super Bowl after Israel spent $14M on 2 Prime Time ad

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Candace Owens slammed Super Bowl after Israel spent $14M on 2 Prime Time ad.

Was the first antisemitism-themed ad to air at the Super Bowl tactful or tasteless? How much did it have to do with Israel? And what is “Jewish hate,” anyway?

Those are some of the questions that have arisen after the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism, the group founded in 2019 by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, placed a 30-second ad during the game titled “Silence” that featured Clarence B. Jones, the longtime advisor and speechwriter for Martin Luther King Jr. (The organization also replayed a different ad it produced last year during the pregame show.)

“So that means that the Israeli government spent 14 million dollars for a prime-time spot,” she said. “Their commercials were basically them saying that there are hostages and they intend to get the hostages and bring the dead home that are being held by Hamas.”

Was the first antisemitism-themed ad to air at the Super Bowl tactful or tasteless? How much did it have to do with Israel? And what is “Jewish hate,” anyway?

The ad shows Jones in his study and then, against his voiceover, displays images of a burning cross and swastika and the hashtag “#hitlerwasright.” It then shifts to showing people taking action against recent displays of hate, including Islamophobia and anti-Black racism.

“I’d remind people that all hate thrives on one thing: silence,” Joes says in the ad, imagining what he’d write in a speech meant for King to deliver today. “The people who will change the nation are those who speak out, who refuse to be bystanders, who raise their voices against injustice. When we stand up to silence, we stand up to all hate.”

“The government themselves sponsored two commercials at the Super Bowl,” she said, noting that each ad that runs during the NFL championship game this year can cost $7 million.

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