Satan’s Servant Ocasio Says Christian Super Bowl Ads Were Fascist

Ocasio-Cortez somehow believes she knows the mind of God and Jesus despite doing Satan’s work every day. The ads and their placement of them during the Super Bowl was an excellent way of reaching millions of people for Christ and promoting God’s love. Satan’s Democrat workers do the opposite, spreading hatred every chance they get.

“Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said Sunday she did not believe Jesus would support Super Bowl commercials that she claims make fascism “look benign,”” Fox News reported.

The Christian group He Gets Us reportedly spent $20 million on two Super Bowl advertisements that showed Jesus as someone with empathy for immigrants and the poor, who was also tired of the division of politics.

“Something tells me Jesus would *not* spend millions of dollars on Super Bowl ads to make fascism look benign,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote in a tweet.

It was not entirely clear which ad she was referencing, though one of the He Gets Us spots that aired Sunday night started with a black-and-white image apparently showing a man shouting at a police officer in riot gear. Other images of unrest then appeared, followed by a line on-screen: “Jesus loved the people we hate.”


“The advertising campaign is funded in part by the family behind Hobby Lobby, as well as Christian groups and other anonymous donors. The ads were an effort to spread the message of Jesus to LGBTQ+ people and other communities that have often felt unwelcome by Christianity,” Fox continued.

A previous He Gets Us spot showed a slideshow of black-and-white images of migrants fleeing their homes to avoid persecution. The ad revealed that the story is actually about Jesus, his mother, Mary and her husband, Joseph.

The He Gets Us campaign was launched in March 2022 and plans to spend $2 billion over the next several years. The ads direct viewers to a website that includes Bible readings, methods to chat with real people about religion and information about Jesus.

The ads were aired during Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. The Chiefs ultimately won the contest 38-35 after a game-winning field goal by Harrison Butker.

Another top Democrat who doesn’t speak for God also went after the ads.

“A Democratic operative who promoted the false narrative that Border Patrol agents were whipping Haitian migrants is now facing online backlash for attacking commercials promoting the Christian faith that aired during the Super Bowl,” another Fox article states.

He Gets Us, a campaign touting itself as a “movement to reintroduce people to the Jesus of the Bible and his confounding love and forgiveness,” aired two advertisement spots during Sunday night’s big NFL game.

The first one is 30 seconds and urges viewers to “be childlike” while showing children being helpful and kind to each other and animals. “Jesus didn’t want us to act like adults,” appears on the screen. “He gets us. All of us. Jesus.”


Despite the messages of inclusion, a self-described Democratic strategist and communications consultant went on Twitter late Sunday night, after the commercials aired during the Super Bowl, to lambast the ads.

“With the money the ‘He Gets Us’ people spent on their right-wing Jesus ads, they could permanently house 1,563 people experiencing homelessness,” wrote Sawyer Hackett, who according to his Twitter profile is a senior adviser to both the Progressive Change Campaign Committee and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro.

It reportedly costs $7 million for 30 seconds of ad time during the Super Bowl broadcast. The He Gets Us spots are part of a multimillion-dollar campaign from the nonprofit Servant Foundation, which also does business as an organization called the Signatry.

Hackett’s attacks quickly earned scorn and mockery on Twitter.

“It’s kinda weird and cringe that the commercial you have a problem with is maybe the only one that wasn’t selling you something or trying to get you to scan some spyware QR code to play an NFT gambling game,” wrote podcaster and political commentator Noam Blum.

One Twitter user argued it “just seems silly to apply this standard to the Christian ad but not the ads for Pepsi or anything else.”

Another asked of Hackett, “Isn’t this true about every ad and sponsor? Plenty of woke corporations spent millions so are you just calling this one out because you hate Jesus?”

Others pointed to political ads, government spending, and the $800,000 that the NFL put into the grass for Sunday night’s Super Bowl field as other expenditures that didn’t go to the homeless but escaped Hackett’s ire.

“They spent $800,000 on the grass, and I’m pretty sure that didn’t save anyone’s soul,” tweeted one user. “Feels better to hate on the Christians though.”

Hackett previously made headlines in 2021 for being one of the loudest and earliest voices pushing the narrative that border agents on horseback were whipping Haitian migrants trying to enter the U.S. illegally.

“Border patrol is mounted on horseback rounding up Haitian refugees with whips,” he tweeted at the time. “This is unfathomable cruelty towards people fleeing disaster and political ruin. The administration must stop this.”

Hackett’s tweet went viral, capturing the attention of the likes of MSNBC host Joy Reid.

The whipping narrative was quickly revealed as false — agents were using split reins to control their horses as migrants rushed across the river. No whipping took place.

Well, God still does love the blind Democrats as we should even while we work against their evil agenda of destroying the country our families founded by God’s grace.

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