The ad team for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is running an air raid offense during this week’s slate of NFL games.
The campaign said it’s releasing four ads nationwide.
The first, “The Blind Pig,” will air on CBS during the Browns vs. Steelers game. It tells the story of the eponymous bar and concert venue in Ann Arbor, Mich., which had drawn crowds for 50 years before the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered it.
The ad also features the song “Sabotage” by The Beastie Boys, which has never licensed music for an ad until now because of the importance of the election.
In the same broadcast, the campaign will air a 30-second spot tailored to the Pittsburgh market. The ad, “Flex Your Power,” features former Steeler Ryan Shazier talking about the importance of voting this election after he didn’t vote in 2016.
During the Rams vs. 49ers game on NBC the campaign will debut “Worth Fighting For,” which shares the story of a U.S. Army veteran, Matt, from Pennsylvania.
He talks about his struggle with PTSD and takes issue with Trump’s remarks that servicemembers are “losers and suckers.” Further, he states Biden will be a better leader for