A new “Office Space” political ad by constitutional conservative Ted Cruz almost broke the internet on Friday, immediately trending on Twitter after being played on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
The ad is a remake of the memorable scene in which actors take out their frustrations on a dysfunctional fax machine that has long been a source of annoyance in the office because of frequent breakdowns and jamming.
The actors take a baseball bat to the machine while “Damn, It Feels Good to be a Gangster” plays simultaneously.
The scene, remade by the Ted Cruz campaign, inserts “Hillary Clinton” in it and switches the song to “Damn It Feels Good to be a Clinton,” a not so subtle dig at the Clinton’s ability to skirt laws that would place us regular peons behind bars.
The powerful message here is that there are two sets of laws, one for the Clintons and one for the rest of us.
Perhaps even funnier than the ad is the fact that the first viewings were given to MSNBC, a Democrat Media Complex member which was established to create positive narratives to leftists.
They are the most pro-Hillary network in America. This is what we call “target marketing.”
h/t: Louder With Crowder