Fact Check: Is That Strange Tudor Dixon Commercial Real Or A Skit?
No matter what side of the aisle you're on politically or whichever candidates you support, you'll likely agree that political commercials get OUT OF HAND during mid-term and presidential elections.
But one new commercial has people wondering, "Is that for real?"
Is THAT Tudor Dixon commercial real or a skit?
The commercial appears to be real as it was produced by the Gratiot County Republicans and then shared by the Republican nominee for Governor herself, "the other chick" Tudor Dixon.
The group was so happy to see the video online that they briefly forgot the name of their candidate when sharing the news and thanked 'Dickson' for sharing the video:
Why did the Tudor Dixon commercial with the 'Sons of Malarkey' go viral?
The commercial appears to be a group of elderly motorcycle enthusiasts complaining about policies in the Whitmer campaign and generally being grouchy, but the poorly acted commercial had some wondering if this was actually a skit and dubbed the senior citizens as the 'Sons of Malarkey' as a play on the FX show about a motorcycle club Sons Of Anarchy.
But the over-the-top delivery and 'acting' skills have caused the video to go viral and has the presumed thespians getting roasted online.
What are people saying about the Gratiot County Republicans' Tudor Dixon Commercial?
...they certainly didn't spend any money on acting lessons.
Maybe the money went to all the narcan that they needed to manage being as vaguely lucid as they were. -Cyranno DeBoberac
Oh my gosh, Whitmer is out there killin' babies again?! How do they keep a straight face? "Sons of Malarchy [sic]" is right. 😂
Like, SNL won't even be able to parody this, they'll just play the original video...Y'all....Tudor out here campaigning for Whitmer...-Molly Mcclure
Gratiot County Republican Party what had to be “paid for”? Isn’t this on someone’s cell phone? -Chip Hardesty