Ridicule at its best . . . (we think it transfers to early voting as well)
The Washington Times reports (based on an article in The Hill)
The pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC supported by Hollywood stars Joss Whedon, Scarlett Johansson and Robert Downey Jr. is mocked in a new parody of their “Save the Day” ad.
Mr. Whedon gave $1 million in seed money to “Save the Day” before it launched its first star-studded commercial on Sept. 21 to help Mrs. Clinton reach the White House. The video, which also features actors Martin Sheen and Neil Patrick Harris, has amassed nearly 7 million views.
Now, Republican strategist John Brabender has put together a counter commercial that pokes fun at the “collective wisdom” of Hollywood activists.
Scarlett Johansson and Hollywood’s Clinton support mocked in new ad
‘Who among us couldn’t hit the delete button 30,000 times?’
View our comments below the embedded video.
The cats making this spot are better at delivery and all things actors strive for than the ones they mock. Their skillful delivery says something about the actual worth of those celebrities.
We note that in keeping with the theme – how stupid do they think people are — there is no call for early voting — they say vote Nov. 8.