You’ve probably heard some of the hubbub about the NFL rejecting Daniel Defense‘s commercial for inclusion in the Superbowl ad rotation. The ad was rejected based on the “no guns allowed” policy when it comes to commercials that they run. This, despite the fact that there are no firearms shown or mentioned in the advertisement save for the one in the company logo (which they even offered to remove, to no avail).
If you haven’t seen the commercial, here it is in it’s nasty, offensive entirety:
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