Hillary Clinton continues to go above and beyond in efforts to get the black vote. We wonder if this latest ploy was the idea of her newly hired Director of Black Media, Denise Horn?
Oscar Award winning actor Morgan Freeman has not only publicly endorsed Clinton, he lent his powerful voice to her new campaign ad.
In the one minute clip entitled “All The Good”, Freeman highlights Hillary’s resume of championing for people of color and minorities throughout her career.
According to the ad, instead of joining a “high powered law firm” after law school, Hillary chose to “reform the juvenile justice system in South Carolina”.
Apparently she was also at the forefront of “exposing racism in Alabama schools” as well as “registered Latino voters in Texas”.
During an interview with CNN‘s Don Lemon, Freeman shared that he believe Clinton doesn’t get enough credit for her personal accomplishments because she’s tied to the sins of her husband.
“The Clinton’s have been being beat down ever since way back, so she just was going along with that legacy that she’s inherited over the amount of time she’s been in politics, which is a long time.”
Freeman ends the commercial with saying Hillary’s, “life’s work has been about breaking barriers and so will her presidency.’
Beauties, how do you feel about celebrity endorsements of presidential candidates? Does it sway your voting decision?
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