There was no escaping politics during Super Bowl LI Sunday night—with themes ranging from immigration and inclusiveness to messages about equal pay. Here’s a look back at some of the game’s most political commercials.
Airbnb had a message about inclusiveness during its ad that showed faces of different ethnicities with the message: "We all belong. The world is more beautiful the more you accept."
Coca-Cola’s commercial, which had played prior to Sunday’s game, shows people singing “America the Beautiful” in different languages.
It’s a 10 Hair Care took a shot at President Trump’s hair with their ad. “America, we're in for at least 4 years of awful hair. So it's up to you to do your part by making up for it with great hair.”
Audi said the company is “committed to equal pay for equal work,” during its ad. “Progress is for everyone.”
Budweiser featured the story of its founder, an immigrant in the U.S. who’s told he’s “not wanted here.”
84 Lumber’s message was so political it was forced to remove a border wall from the commercial that aired during the game, but the company urged viewers to check out the unedited version online.