Tuesday, November 3, 2020

'Final' Lincoln Project ads

David Gordon (Blog for Arizona) reports that Barack Obama and Mark Hamill Star in Two Additional Lincoln Project Closing Ads. The Lincoln Project is not leaving any topic unturned in order to turn out the Pro Biden and Anti Trump vote by November 3, 2020.

They released two additional closing ads in addition to “America the Beautiful.”

In this ad, it shows video clips of Barack Obama during his tenure as President, warning Americans of the threat of an airborne virus that could escalate into a pandemic and the need to “put in place an infrastructure” to deal with it.

It also shows Mr. Trump saying (or lying; you judge) “nobody could have known a thing like this could happen. All of a sudden, out of nowhere, came the invisible enemy.”

The ad then asks “What went wrong?”

It then responds “Trump went wrong” and showed him ignoring the science and uttering his most ludicrous statements about the Coronavirus …

The second ad, starring Mark Hamill, is called “Absentee.”

In this ad, the Star Wars icon recounts the history of absentee voting dating from soldiers in the Civil War submitting their ballots from the war front.

Hamill continued, saying:

“Now, more than 150 years later, tyranny (Trump) is looking for a new foothold. President Trump has called for the election to be decided on, and only on, those ballots that arrive by November 3.”

“If he gets his way, many who cast absentee ballots will not have their vote counted. This will deny thousands of troops serving overseas of their most sacred right.”

“Stripping the men and women in our military of the very freedoms they’ve served and sacrificed to defend. It can not be allowed to happen.”

“Donald Trump doesn’t get to decide the future of America’s leadership. The American People do. Make every vote count. And count every vote.”

BTW: The [America the Beautiful] ad plays the late Ray Charles singing “America the Beautiful” as a panorama of America’s towns, cities, landmarks, and landscapes are shown.

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