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Samuel L. Jackson Narrates Scathing Colbert SuperPAC Attack Ad Against Stephen Colbert

Samuel L. Jackson Narrates Colbert SuperPAC Ad Against Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert has been very concerned about going to jail since he decided to explore a run for President of the United States (of South Carolina), so much so that he gave his SuperPAC to Jon Stewart and, apparently in complete non-coordination with each other, Colbert SuperPAC is going after Stephen Colbert. This time, the pro-Herman Cain ad stars Samuel L. Jackson, and blasts Colbert for “turning our election into a circus.”

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That previous line is uttered as a clown wind surfs on the screen– an allusion to the now-famous 2004 anti-John Kerry “windsurfing” ad– and Jackson continues his attack with more and more damning evidence, like “Why is the T in his name silent? What else is he hiding– letting murderers out of jail?” Jackson notes that Colbert was not “running attack ads against him just so we’ll think they’re not coordinating,” but still explodes in a rage unseen since the film classic, Snakes on a Plane— in fact, it’s a variation of the most famous line in that film. The ad concludes endorsing Herman Cain, and warning that American can’t afford a president like Colbert (with an old clip of Colbert telling Conan O’Brien, “I just think that Rosa Parks was overrated.”

The “attack” ad below:

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