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Gotta Love Karma! Reebok Releases New Anti-Trump Ad, but It Backfires In the Most Perfect Way

Gotta Love Karma! Reebok Releases New Anti-Trump Ad, but It Backfires In the Most Perfect Way
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In 2017, it’s apparently inappropriate to tell a woman she is in good shape and beautiful.

At least, that’s what Reebok believes which motivated them to post the following tweet criticizing Trump for making that comment to France’s first lady.

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Looks like Reebok decided to jump head first into politics which is never a good idea.

Comedian Jim Norton had a great take on Reebok’s virtue signaling.

Nailed it.

What would we do without Reebok telling us when it’s OK to compliment a woman?

Clearly, Democrats aren’t actually worried about sexism or else they would hold Democrats accountable for the same thing. They never do. This is simply an effort to bash Trump and impress liberals. It’s embarrassing.

You gotta imagine that Reebok’s sales aren’t going to skyrocket after alienating half of America like this.

It’s never smart for companies to get involved in politics and it’s an especially terrible idea to lecture people about morality and political correctness.

Props to Jim Norton on this one.

H/T Twitchy

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