It’s hard to imagine that “Mr. Reagan” could produce a Gillette parody ad that was as funny or even funnier than his first one (approaching one million views), but we’re here to tell you—he’s done it again! And this hilarious Gillette parody video includes the Covington Catholic boys, the fake Vietnam veteran, Nathan Phillips and the racist, hate preachers, the Black Hebrew Israelites.
The video starts out with a close up of Nick Sandmann, the 16-year-old boy who was confronted by the fake Vietnam veteran and Native American Nathan Phillips. Phillips approached Nick while he was standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial with his classmates from Covington Catholic School, as they waited for their bus to arrive and take them home from the March for Life in D.C. For some unknown reason, Phillips chose Sandmann as his target, zoomed in on him, and began chanting loudly, while banging his drum inches from the 16-year-old’s face. After spending the last hour or more listening to the hate-filled, Black Hebrew Israelites call the Covington Catholic kids “incest babies” and “racists” for wearing “Make America Great Again” hats, it’s pretty clear to see why the teen was uncomfortable with Phillips’ aggressive posturing that was directed at him. Sandmann, later admitted that he smiled at Phillips, hoping he would be able to de-escalate another potentially volatile situation.
In his “Gillette ad,” “Mr. Reagan” does a brilliant job of revealing the way the left tried to twist the bullying of Sandmann while putting a humorous spin on a horrible situation.
The ad begins by zooming in a photo of the smiling 16-year-old Sandmann, as the narrator asks: “Is this the best a man can get—a straight, white Trump supporter?”
The rest is pure genius.
Enjoy (language warning):
In his first Gillette parody ad, that has almost one million views, “Mr. Reagan” points out the repeated use of Black men interceding to stop stupid white men from harassing women. The video starts out by saying, “Hey look, everybody, our first shot is of a stoic black man” they flash to a White guy saying, ” This guy’s ashamed of himself for being White and a man” as they flash to the next guy, saying, “Look at this guy—he’s about the cry. He’s not only White and a man, but he’s also old—disgusting!” The next shot is of a young White boy with red hair, the narrator asks, “Is this the best a man can get—a soulless ginger?” The narrator then points out one of the primary motives behind the Gillette ad, saying, “We know that most of you men are unaware of this, so we are here to educate you…” telling their target market that “bullying is mean and bad.” Because, clearly without Gillette, boys and men would think that bullying is good—right?
The final line of the parody ad says it all, “Gillette, we virtue signal better than anybody”
After the final line, the narrator hilariously mocks Gillette, signing: “Gillette, ridding the world of toxic masculinity. Everybody should vote Democrat. Gillette, we’re so awesome, everybody should buy our razors. Don’t go to Dollar Shave Club, Dollar Shave Club is toxic masculinity.”
Here’s “Mr. Reagan’s” original Gillette parody ad: