“How about we make the best decision and ensure Clinton is in that f***ing office and dealing with us,” said the show’s co-maker at the Human Rights Campaign Gala.
Empire co-maker Lee Daniels seems to believe it’s the ideal opportunity for individuals to begin considering Donald Trump as important threat. Here’s what he stated:
“I’m not afraid of anything.”
“I’ve dodged bullets, real bullets before but now I’m afraid because these motherf***ers are coming for us, y’all.”
Talking at the Human Rights Campaign Gala in L.A. before the election, Daniels forced the gathering of people “to make the better decision” and vote in favor of Hillary Clinton. While he never specified Trump by name, he said amid his comments:
“He’s taking over, he’s coming in to take us down, y’all, and this is serious business. Let’s do the right thing and make sure Clinton is in that f***ing office and taking care of us.”
He continued, “I don’t think you realize how much they’re coming for us, and this is not a joke. I’ve watched everyone make light of what is going on. They are coming for every one of you. White people are not excluded, they’re coming for us.”
Empire was being regarded by the Human Rights Campaign, a LGBT social liberties support gathering, and Daniels was close by alongside Empire showrunner Ilene Chaiken and castmembers Jussie Smollett, Gabourey Sidibe, Serayah, Kaitlin Doubleday and Ta’Rhonda Jones. The straightforward co-maker of the Fox indicate has been known not to keep down in examining HIV/AIDS and homophobia as well as race in Hollywood.
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