Bruce Springsteen Reportedly Arrested For Drunk Driving

( Almost immediately after singer Bruce Springsteen appeared in a woke commercial for Jeep at the Super Bowl, it was revealed how the Democrat-supporting celebrity was arrested for a DWI in New Jersey on November 14.

And it was worse than that, too. According to TMZ, Springsteen was also charged with reckless driving as well as consuming alcohol in a closed area.

Law enforcement sources spoke to TMZ about the incident, describing his November 14 arrest as taking place at the Gateway National Recreation Area in Sandy Hook, New Jersey, He is expected to appear in court in the coming weeks.

While Springsteen was reportedly cooperative during the arrest, which appears to be his first for driving while impaired, it’s interesting that this wasn’t disclosed before Jeep spent millions on an ad campaign that aired during this year’s disastrously unpopular Super Bowl.

The ad, which has since been deleted by Jeep from YouTube, featured the singer reading a poem about Americans coming together and finding common ground. It was a curious choice, given just how vile Springsteen has been about former President Donald Trump and his 74 million voters.

“The middle has been a hard place to get to lately, between red and blue, between servant and citizen, between our freedom and fear,” he said. “As for freedom, it’s not the property of just the fortunate few, it belongs to us all, whoever you are, wherever you’re from.”

Well, as long as you’re not a Trump supporter, right?

It was the first-ever ad Springsteen did for Jeep, and will now probably be the last.

The since-deleted ad celebrated the “ReUnited States of America,” a claim that divides America down Republican-Democrat lines by implying that President Donald Trump was divisive.

Are we meant to believe that Nancy Pelosi isn’t divisive?

This year’s Super Bowl, which also featured a video message from President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, saw its lowest ratings since 2007. Despite millions of Americans still stuck at home under lockdown and quarantine rules, the Super Bowl didn’t even draw 100 million viewers this year. According to ViacomCBS, just 96.4 million people tuned in to watch the woke ads and football game.