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The Dumbest Ads We All Saw During the Super Bowl

Remember when Super Bowl ads were actually funny? You might have to travel pretty far back through memory lane, but there was a time when the advertisements were just as (if not more) entertaining than the game itself. It was one of the things that could entice people who don’t even watch football to join sports fans for the big game.

If 2019’s Super Bowl made anything clear, it’s that those days are over. Forget the fact that the game itself was one of the biggest snooze fests in recent memory — there was almost nothing to look forward to last Sunday. The game was dull, the ads were boring, and the highlight of the halftime show seemed to be Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine taking off his shirt and making liberals very angry in the process.

Despite all of this, some truly terrible ads stood out from the rest. These ads weren’t just boring — they were agonizing displays of corporate virtue signaling. Apparently, none of the major corporations that bought an ad this year paid attention to the fact that Gillete’s sales took a dump the minute after they released their strange PSA demonizing all things masculine.

The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh reviews the worst of the worst in the video below.

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