Apparently, Hillary Clinton is getting some presidential support from a whole slew of Jewish elders in a new political PSA. The Jewish elders in question threaten to come back and haunt non-Hillary Clinton voters should Donald Trump win the upcoming election.
The ad, which was released by Bend the Arc Jewish Action just before Monday’s much-anticipated presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, encourages American voters to learn a little bit of world history before casting the ballot in just over a month. The video suggests that the Jewish elders have seen a candidate like Hillary’s competition Donald Trump before — in Nazi Germany under the guise of Adolf Hitler.
Check out what they had to say about Hillary Clinton.
As Addicting Info reports, the Hillary Clinton-supporting Jewish elders have some clear thoughts about the current presidential election cycle, and they make those thoughts abundantly and hilariously clear in the PSA. According to the video, voting for Donald Trump (or not voting for Hillary Clinton, in effect handing the White House to Trump) is not an option for people who understand history and don’t want to see it repeated.
The Hillary Clinton support video featuring Jewish elders is entitled “A Message from Grandma and Grandpa,” and it is full of elderly Jewish Americans talking to their grandkids (and all young Americans, really). In the PSA, those Jewish elders warn their viewers about “what type of man” candidate Trump is.
According to the speakers in the PSA, it is imperative that American voters understand that this is a supremely important election cycle in the U.S.
“This is probably one of the most important elections, because there is so much is at stake.”
According to the Jewish Elders in the pro-Hillary Clinton video, what is happening currently in America is much like what they witnessed back in pre-WW II Germany: Horrible xenophobia and racism that ultimately led to one of the biggest human atrocities in modern (or any) corroded history.
“We have seen this before. We saw it in Germany, and don’t want to see it again.”
Full disclosure: The Jewish elders featured in the video express nothing but contempt and even hatred for candidate Trump, what he represents, and his plans for the future. Without holding back, the elders warn that any vote that isn’t used directly to support Hillary Clinton is effectively a vote for Donald Trump. And if a Donald Trump presidency happens because too many people refuse to support a viable presidential candidate, those who didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton are just as much to blame for a Donald Trump presidency as Donald Trump voters themselves.
“Trump is more than a tyrant. He’s an obnoxious lying individual and I haven’t any respect for him. I have tremendous fears for the country and for you, my grandchildren.”
The group responsible for releasing the Hillary Clinton support PSA are taking their role in the current presidential election cycle and its possible outcome very seriously — especially this late in the game, and especially in the hours leading up a presidential debate that some are expecting to meet and/or exceed Super Bowl viewership.
According to the folks at Bend the Arc Jewish Action, Donald Trump’s platform is one of “hatred and bigotry,” and even his campaign has caused a cycle of the same to permeate American society in the months and weeks leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
“We, as Jews, recognize that [Trump’s] candidacy has echoed times when the Jewish community experienced the dangers of fascism, anti-immigration and persecution against religious minorities. We’ve seen this before and we wanted to make sure that as Jews we were speaking out boldly and loudly and making sure it was known the Jewish community rejects Trump for the platform of hatred and bigotry that he has unleashed.”
What do you think? Do you agree with the people at Bend the Arc Jewish Action, or do you think the new political PSA goes too far? What are your thoughts on this pre-debate, pro-Hillary Clinton video featuring an array of Jewish elders?
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