A company has launched a new video ad that highlights the radical agenda of “woke corporate America.”
Egard Watch Company has taken a firm stand in the debate over transgender athletes competing in women’s sports.
The company’s new “#Erased” ad features a young girl being encouraged to pursue a dream of becoming “the fastest runner in the world.”
However, despite her best efforts, her dreams are dashed by male athletes competing in female events.
“I got this little nugget of an idea from my dad,” the girl says in the ad.
“He used to watch me run and say, ‘aint no woman alive that can beat you,’ and I believed him.
“He made me feel invincible,” she continues.
“It wasn’t easy. I trained hard, harder than anyone else I know.
“But I was made for this, an unstoppable force.
“A life dedicated to perfection.
“But even perfection wouldn’t be enough.”
That’s when the camera zooms in on the face of a biological male athlete competing in a women’s event.
Various headlines are then shown of men dominating women’s sports:
– “Transgender woman who last year competed as a man wins NCAA track championship”
– “ESPN honors Trans Athlete Lia Thomas in ‘Celebrating Womens’ History Month’ Segment”
– “Fallon Fox MMA: How many skulls has the under-fire transgender MMA fighter been accused of breaking?”
#erased Our ad response to woke corporate America. We are a company that believes in truth. @elonmusk @TuckerCarlson @libsoftiktok @benshapiro @MattWalshBlog @stillgray @piersmorgan @alx @JackPosobiec @Malcolm_fleX48 @carolinecwilder @OliLondonTV @RealSaavedra @josh_hammer pic.twitter.com/tRD5ogzEyJ
— Egard Watch Company (@EgardWatchCo) April 14, 2023
Egard said it wants to expose the reality of the radical Left’s agenda that allows men to compete as “women.”
“We are a company that believes in truth,” Egard said in a tweet accompanying the video.
The ad was praised on social media as “brilliant.”
This is an incredibly good advertisement. You’ll never see the twist coming. pic.twitter.com/iZHPm37jIj
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) April 20, 2023
— Laurence Fox (@LozzaFox) April 20, 2023
This is powerful and so beautiful. Thank you @EgardWatchCo for standing up for women’s rights. Women will not #erased https://t.co/h7Brdla1TJ
— Elise Willows (@willows_elise) April 20, 2023
“Ain’t no woman alive that can beat you”.
But men can and will. A powerful message. 👏👏@EgardWatchCo https://t.co/TUHEFaio3L
— Christina Jordan 🇬🇧 (@CJordanjb) April 20, 2023
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