Celebrities Want Clinton, But Why?
Clinton forks out money to hire celebrities to tell the USA who to vote for. Is this methodical, or just another propaganda attempt?
The United States presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016. This will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election, where voters are to choose between Clinton and Trump. This presidential run has quite visibly taken the media by storm. This is not only due to the fact that the American presidency doesn’t just affect America itself but also due to the colourful choice of candidates this time round.
The average millennial, during this important time in their lives, thoroughly enjoys scouting Facebook and sharing every anti-trump post out there. Pulling out the race card is also part of their social status magic trick. It seems as if the generation, that will carry the world on their backs one day, prefer to have a corrupt criminal as a president, rather than somebody that has “offended people”. I will let you decide who that is. Moreover, I don’t have any knowledge on who or what has influenced young people this much, to be so uninformed in the world today.
The danger within our society is apparent. The danger is even higher, when influential characters that inspire us, tell us which direction to go in. Especially, when this direction is something that is dependent on our vote.
Katy Perry and a string of other musicians, actors and models used Twitter on Monday 26th September, to express support for Democrat Clinton over Republican Donald Trump. In addition to that, a YouTube video was also created in an attempt to indirectly convince voters to vote for Hilary.
The “Save The Day – Vote” political TV commercial campaign, starring Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle, Clark Gregg, Mark Ruffalo, Martin Sheen, Stanley Tucci, James Franco, Neil Patrick Harris, Julianne Moore, Nathan Fillion, Rosie Perez, Tarran Killam, and Bradley Whitford, was created. Without mentioning a particular name, the advert was supposed to “slam” Donald Trump supporters as racist and attempted to urge voters to cast their votes for Hillary Clinton.
Obviously, the more intellectually able of us would instantly see that most of these celebrities perhaps don’t even like Clinton. We would see past the cameras, revealing the laugh lines, proudly worn by Clinton in the back of the TV set. Because losing a couple million to bribe influential people in our society is nothing, if it means you get the vote of even more imbeciles.
Naturally, it isn’t just the mentally challenged that would happily change their mind because of a staged television campaign. It is also the easily influenced youth, that are impacted. Sure, it’s easy to say that many of them cannot vote- therefore it doesn’t matter, right? Well, that is wrong.
A higher amount of people who believe in one candidate, compared to another, leads to a larger influence spectrum. Many are more likely to change sides to either be liked or because the grass looks greener on the other side. It’s basic psychology.
It is also very important to mention, that a lot who see these propaganda fuelled campaigns, used to vote for Clinton do not see what kind of people act in these adverts. These kind of people are rich and privileged celebrities/actors/models. These people can use their money and fame to leave and join any country they please if their vote for America goes south. These “role models” are not the ones who will be first impacted by borderless immigration- the “cultural enrichment”. These “role models” are not the ones who will be impacted by Clinton’s health implications, making it unable for her to run for office. This adds to her carelessness for Americans and her endless stream of lies.
Also, a celebrity’s opinion must adhere to the status quo- how else would they make money? If they thrive off of popularity, their target audience would surely decrease, if they had a differing view.
But as I said, many do not see this instantly. All they see is:
“Oh, my favourite actor told me to vote for Hilary! Well, it looks like I need to change my mind now.”
It would baffle you if you really knew how many thought that way. Remember, the future of America and possibly the rest of western culture is in the hands of these people.
Cast your votes wisely, America.