Is this Hilary Clinton's best endorsement yet? The Simpsons has released a clip showing Marge & Homer watching a campaign ad, where the viewer is asked if they would rather have Hilary or the Donald respond to a crisis at 3am. A clever parody of a campaign Hillary once ran in 2008 that showed a phone ringing at 3am, asking who the voters wanted leading their country when the serious sh*t goes down. In the clip Clinton gets off easy, Trump, though? Not so much. From the tone of Hitler speeches on his bed to the dog on his head (and the photo of his sons’ safari adventure on his wall), the GOP candidate gets the full brunt of the show’s poison pen.
The Simpsons has never shied away from political issues, less common, though, is getting involved with an in-progress presidential race. This is another sign of how desperate the American people are becoming as Trump starts to pull ahead in the polls. Only recently did he request a foreign government (Russia) to hack his enemies (The DNC), and there are possible links to Putin, as a video has surfaced of him bragging about receiving gifts from the Russian president. Eerily enough a 2000 episode, entitled "Bart to the Future", predicted a world in which Donald Trump became president of the United States, expressly intended as a "vision of America going insane".
Unfortunately, nothing sticks to Trump and I'm sure his communications team will somehow turn this into another victory. The more the media attacks the Donald, the stronger he becomes.
Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLSy8Tl2bjs
Marge and Homer Simpson agree to vote for Hillary Clinton in the forthcoming US election in a new video clip released by 20th Century Fox. The standalone clip, entitled 3am, has been posted on YouTube. Republican candidate Donald Trump is seen with a copy of a book called Great Speeches by A. Hitler in the video. When Homer signals that he might vote for Trump, Marge says: "If that's your vote, I question whether I can ever be with you again." Homer replies: "And that's how I became a Democrat." Clinton and Trump are set to face each other in the US presidential election, which takes place on 8 November. The Simpsons' discussion comes about when Marge says that she "can't make love until I've decided who to vote for".