“I Am A Republican” Web Ad Is “Fixed” By A Democrat (Hilarious Video)
We recently ran a popular story about the epic failure of a recent Republican PR campaign called, “Republicans Are People Too.”
The campaign, designed by former Mitt Romney campaign strategist Vinny Minchillo, featured a You Tube video attempting to portray the Republican party as a melting pot of people of various ethnicities and ideas. It also launched with the hashtag #IAmARepublican.
As we reported, within 24 hours the hashtag had been hijacked and scores of people used it to mock the campaign on Twitter. The results were hilarious:
#IAmARepublican because I just gave birth to a new baby corporation and he already has the right to vote.
— Theseus Wrex (@TheseusWrex) September 29, 2014
#IAmARepublican because white privilege is a god-given right, backed by the 2nd amendment.
— christian may (@maison21) October 1, 2014
The campaign took another hit when it was revealed that, in fact, the campaign used stock photos to depict the so-called “Republicans” in the ad.
Now, You Tube User Billy Goat has taken it upon himself to “fix” the actual web video. Once again, the results are hilarious.
Internet: 2 GOP: 0
DISCLAIMER: The video is a tad off-color and the statistics portrayed are not meant to be accurate.
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