Nine Line Apparel is a company run by patriotic Americans, who are also military veterans. CBS rejected their Super Bowl ad, claiming they weren’t sure the company could afford the 45-second spot.
The suits obviously didn’t like the pro-America content. Nine Line’s ad was a response to Nike’s anti-flag ad about the kneeling Colin Kaepernick.
Blaze TV’s Deneen Borelli talked about the ad, narrated by Benghazi survivor and Marine Mark Geist.
Borelli also noted the highlight of Super Bowl Sunday: Gladys Knight. She not only sang the National Anthem but said in an interview a week before game that she loved her country.
Super Bowl censorship gone WILD!
After a year of Nike’s PATHETIC Kaepernick campaign, a REAL American company is fighting back.
— BlazeTV (@BlazeTV) February 5, 2019
This is the pro-America ad CBS rejected: