Did a commercial that aired during the Super Bowl really have a “Beck for President” sign in the background? The Blaze ran the story and Glenn gave his reaction on radio this morning.
“Pat showed this to me last night and I'm like, shut up. How did that happen?” Glenn said.
“It's a Play 60 commercial and it's just a normal commercial and, you know, it's with Tony Romo from the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys,” Pat explained.
“It's just a kid in this cafeteria and as this kid moves, there's a sign behind him,” Glenn said.
Behind the kid in the video is clearly a sign that reads “Beck for President”.
“It's pretty weird. I mean, are they talking about little Timmy Beck who's running for school president?” Pat asked.
“Who made this commercial? What part of the country made this commercial? Because there was somebody in there going, ‘Oh, somebody will find this. Somebody did that.’ I'd love to know their motivation,” Glenn said.
Could it be young “Timmy Beck”, a twelve year old running for class President, the group wondered.
“I think that is tremendous. Our apologies to the NFL. Because they're -- right now they're like, you've got to be kidding me!” Glenn joked.
“They are pulling that off the air right now,” Pat added.
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