Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Rubio's Morning In America Was Actually In Canada!

The Morning In America by Marco Rubio was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is such a dork.

Desperately trying to win the Republican presidential nomination, he tries to channel his inner Ronald Reagan by making his version of Morning in America. He would have a calm voice narrator cover the political ad blasting President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

In the first scene you see a skyline of a major city with tugboats cruising across the waterway.

The skyline is not an American city. It's actually Vancouver, Canada. To make it even more noticeable, they zoomed in on the flag aside the tugboat showing the Canadian flag.

Okay, the Rubio campaign said that it's not the video, it's the message. He's trying to make the point that Obama's policies hurt America.

Those pseudo-patriots will say that the Canadian city in the video will always be a distraction.
Pathetic. Marco Rubio got stuck with the robotic claim.
Rubio hired the company to produce the video and used stock footage of Vancouver, Washington, DC, San Francisco and New York City for the video.

If it wasn't for Buzzfeed once again taking the time to cover the goofs and gaffes of the political candidates, Rubio would have gotten away with it.

Even the Canadian junk food media mocking Rubio.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hasn't spoken on the video but he probably appreciates Rubio's shout out to his country.

Vancouver is the eighth largest city in Canada. It's located in British Columbia on the west coast. It's population of 605,000. The vicinity covers 2.4 million residents. It's 35 miles from the U.S.-Canadian border.

Vancouver gives tax breaks to American and Canadian filmmakers. Many shows such as The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl (DC comics) are filmed in the city.

Some of American television shows and movies are filmed in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal.

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