The cartoon family "The Simpsons" has been drawn in the American presidential election – and the apparently not funny. An adviser to President Donald Trump, Jenna Ellis, had compared the voice of the democratic Vice candidate Kamala Harris on Wednesday in a Tweet with the help of Marge Simpson.
"The Simpsons" responded on Friday on Twitter with a Video Clip, in which the mother of the figurines Lisa, Bart and Maggie complains about the comparison. "I don't normally meddle in politics," says Marge with your little croaky, gnarled voice. But: "Lisa has said that she (Jenna Ellis) writes that as a compliment."
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As an "ordinary suburban housewife" start to feel a little respected, adds margin. The Video was referring to a Tweet from Trump Wednesday, in which he wrote, "the suburban housewife" will vote in the election in November for him.
Trump had drawn criticism and racism-accusations on, because he referred to his statement on a housing program, he had finished. The houses in the under President Barack Obama launched the program are often inhabited by Black and Latin Americans.
The American cartoon series, this year celebrated their 30. Anniversary and all parts of American society, takes on the grain, which is why also again and again references to politics are made.
"The Simpsons" should be oversubscribed – a typical American family, but usually from the grave to fight between Democrats and Republicans. Ellis tweeted, according to the Simpsons Video also in terms of the heat of the debate to the letter choice: "the margin is likely to choose the Democrats... in the Mail."Updated Date: 15 August 2020, 18:19