In an ad designed to sway more male voters to vote for Joe Biden, the Lincoln Project has released a new ad called “Men.”
Narrated by a Sam Elliott type actor (they obviously saw the Biden ad Get There,) the ad starts off with presenting fathers as men who:
“…tried to raise us to be good, honorable, men of faith and family, and own up to it when we did something wrong.”
In other words, nothing like Trump.
The narrator then tells men that while they thought they may have made the right decision in supporting the 2016 Popular Vote Loser and Liar in Chief, that:
“…It’s clear this isn’t the America we voted for. We made a mistake. So it’s time to own up, to be the men our dads raised us to be and the fathers our sons need us to be. Because they’re watching us, the way we watched our dad. It’s our turn to set the example. Vote for change. Vote for our sons. Vote for Joe.”
Vote for the candidate your children will not have to ask the question “why.”
Vote for the sake of the next generation and those that come after.
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