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UNEXPECTEDLY: Dodge under fire after using Martin Luther King Jr. in  Super Bowl ad. And note th…

UNEXPECTEDLY: Dodge under fire after using Martin Luther King Jr. in  Super Bowl ad. And note this: Not totally sure the Dodge RAM ad guys read that whole MLK speech.. https://t.co/QPa16BGv3d pic.twitter.com/3eFVZjb3BB — Kate Aronoff (@KateAronoff) February 5, 2018 As Twitchy says, “oof.”
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