The ad suggests that Clinton never has to pay for her actions surrounding the email controversy
Ted Cruz is trying to woo voters by parodying “Office Space” in a new campaign ad attacking Hillary Clinton over her email scandal.
“Damn, it feels good to be a Clinton,” a song says as an actress dressed as the Democratic presidential candidate joins to two other men in smashing a computer server in an empty field — a clear homage to one of the funniest scenes in Mike Judge‘s 1999 comedy. In that scene, the three main characters take out their frustration with their mundane jobs on a malfunctioning printer.
The ad that debuted on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Friday suggests Clinton will never be held accountable for her actions.
“A Clinton never needs to explain … a real Clinton knows that they’re entitled,” the song alleges. “A Clinton kills it off with a smile.”
The new ad comes after the Cruz campaign pulled a previously release ad after discovering an actress cast in it had starred in several softcore porn films. GOP rival Marco Rubio should be relieved, because that particular ad targeted him.
Watch the “Office Space” parody below.