Air New Zealand has joined the chorus of organizations using little kids to troll President Trump. Even worse, they're using Christmas as a platform.
An elaborate Christmas ad from the airline named after the country that brought us Peter Jackson begins with Santa Claus emailing the 2018 "Naughty List" to his elves; however, in the frantic heat of the moment, he mistakenly emails it to a boy in New Zealand named "Elvis Anderson."
The ad then cuts to a classroom where the boy, Elvis Anderson, receives the email from Santa on his smartphone. To his dismay, he discovers that both he and his friends are all on the "Naughty List." Not willing to go down without a fight, they resolve to hold a summit with all of the "Naughty" children of the world to commiserate on ways to put themselves on the "Nice List."
At the summit, children from Argentina to China to Great Britain are intent on solving this global crisis of naughtiness. The U.S. representative, of course, arrives wearing a "Make America Great Again Hat." Later, the children gather around in the circle for a U.N.-style conference as each country vows to make the world a better place with one globalist solution after another. Argentina, for instance, vows to lower their carbon footprint.
When the time comes for the United States to make a proposal, the representative wearing the MAGA hat responds in true Trump fashion. "I have to say I’m not naughty at all," insists the U.S. rep. "In fact, I’m the nicest person I know."
The clear buffoonery of the U.S. rep prompts his globalists counterparts to chuckle. "I didn’t expect that reaction," the American child says. "But that’s OK."
By including that moment, the ad was referencing a speech President Trump gave to the United Nations General Assembly in September.
"In less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country," Trump said as the audience laughed. "Didn’t expect that reaction, but that’s OK."
Using little kids to troll President Trump has become a favorite tactic of his opponents as of late. Most recently, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel invited 5th graders onto the show for a rendition of "The First Trumpsgiving" where a little boy portrayed Trump as an incompetent pilgrim who shows up at Plymouth Rock and bullies the Native Americans. At one point, the Trump family and native family gather together for a feast that goes horribly wrong. Not only does the Trump family arrive late, they bring with them only a "wall of cornbread." When the natives ask for a turkey, the boy-Trump orders his two sons (Eric and Donald Jr.) to hunt one; instead, they bring back a dead elephant.
At the play's conclusion, the children joined hands to sing "We Wish You a Great Trumpsgiving."
Collectively, they all sang: "We wish you a great Trumpsgiving, we wish you a bigly Trumpsgiving, we wish you a winning Trumpsgiving, except for all the haters and the losers."