PETA released on Twitter an ad they say the NFL and Fox rejected for air during this year’s Super Bowl LIV. The Twitter roll-out, though, didn’t go all that well for them, either.
The animal rights group said the cartoon ad “pays homage” to former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and “movements rejecting injustice.” It features various scenes of animals kneeling, while a version of the national anthem plays, evoking Kaepernick’s kneeling campaign. It included the hashtag #EndSpecisism.
It envisions a world where respect is the right of every being and pays homage to Kaepernick and movements