Actor Morgan Freeman advised those who trust him to be vaccinated against COVID-19 because he believes in science.
“I’m not a doctor, but I trust science,” Freeman said in a public service announcement he cut for Creative Coalition, a nonprofit arts advocacy group. “And I’m told that, for some reason, people trust me.”
“So here I am to say, I trust science and I got the vaccine,” he continued. “If you trust me, you’ll get the vaccine. In math, it’s called the distributive property. In people, it’s called taking care of one another. Get the vaccine. Help make our world a safe place for us to enjoy ourselves again. Please?”
The Academy Award- and Golden Globe-winning actor, who twice played God in “Bruce Almighty” and “Evan Almighty,” has lent his rich, authoritative baritone to many documentaries and specials.
Freeman also narrated ads for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016. As The Daily Wire reported:
An ad released today by the Hillary Clinton campaign – the second narrated by Morgan Freeman – lists off the names of faux black martyrs exploited by the left via the Black Lives Matter movement to portray America as a deeply racist society hostile towards them.
With a somber piano melody sounding as if extracted from a mournful movie portraying the Holocaust, Clinton’s voice is processed to sound echoing and distant as she reads the names Trayvon Martin, Dontre Hamilton, and Sandra Bland.
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