Posted by , Nov 4, 2016 at 03:40pm
Will Ferrell pretends to be a young person to encourage the youth to vote for Hillary Clinton.

Will Ferrell, a living breathing god, is doing his part to get Hillary Clinton elected president of the United States. Like the former Secretary Of State herself, such a task might require a bit of dishonesty. Posing as an everyday millennial, the comedy king reaches out to the young people of America in an effort to show them how lit voting really is.

Maintaining a young hip facade, Ferrell drops timely phrases such as "on fleek" and "keep it 100" as he drops knowledge on the youth about the American voter database. Apparently, the information on whether you voted or not is publicly accessible information. If you don't vote, all your friends might find out you're not a real one, and wouldn't that be a shame.

Does Will Ferrell have the cultural pull to actually encourage young people to vote? You be the judge. Check out the aforementioned video below.

WIll Ferrell Poses As Millennial To Encourage The Youth Vote

Will Ferrell pretends to be a young person to encourage the youth to vote for Hillary Clinton.


Will Ferrell, a living breathing god, is doing his part to get Hillary Clinton elected president of the United States. Like the former Secretary Of State herself, such a task might require a bit of dishonesty. Posing as an everyday millennial, the comedy king reaches out to the young people of America in an effort to show them how lit voting really is.

Maintaining a young hip facade, Ferrell drops timely phrases such as "on fleek" and "keep it 100" as he drops knowledge on the youth about the American voter database. Apparently, the information on whether you voted or not is publicly accessible information. If you don't vote, all your friends might find out you're not a real one, and wouldn't that be a shame.

Does Will Ferrell have the cultural pull to actually encourage young people to vote? You be the judge. Check out the aforementioned video below.

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