Biden To Run Ad Campaign During NFL Opening Weekend

A new TV commercial for President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign will air during the NFL’s opening weekend and through the season.
According to reports, the ad will target swing states, including Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, and Wisconsin. The campaign will air the “Got to Work” commercial during Thursday’s game between the Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Biden’s efforts to reduce inflation and create jobs are the focal points of the $25 million, 16-week ad campaign. Notably, several of the states are located in the “Rust Belt,” which Trump successfully won in 2016.

Critics on the right point out that the increase in employment is mostly attributable to the end of the COVID-19 lockdowns and the reduction of the record-high inflation that Biden and the Democrats brought about with their lavish spending programs.

But Michael Tyler, communications director for Biden-Harris 2024, deemed it a winning approach.

Critics of Biden have often pointed out that the last 2.5 years have been marked by supply chain disruption due to COVID-19 regulations and bad policymaking on the part of the Biden administration. On his first day in office, Biden reversed President Trump’s directive to cut prescription medicine costs. Since then, utility rates have shot up under Biden’s watch, and Green initiatives have undone the progress made toward energy independence under Trump’s presidency.

Adding to President Biden’s woes, a document released by Congress shows that a banker from Morgan Stanley filed a formal complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2016 against an investment business associated with President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

Compliance employees at U.S. institutions sent over 170 suspicious activity reports (SAS) to the U.S. Treasury about the Biden-associated organization. However, a far more severe action is to file a complaint directly with the SEC, the primary U.S. securities market regulator.

Joe Biden was Vice President at the time.