Note on the campaign. We had total creative freedom. There were only 2 rules:
1. Tell the truth
2. Never speak negatively about Bernie's democratic primary opponent(s)
Just one of many stand out quotes from this piece. You don't hear too many politicians saying that.
There's an optimism in the Sanders campaign around citizen participation that's unlike any other major politician because Sanders' doesn't take money from large state-sponsored conglomerates like Exxon Mobile.
Dr. Cornell West is one of America's important historians, activists, public intellectuals and authors.
Academy Award winning actress Susan Sarandon shared her passion over issues that affect the majority of us -- not wedge issues used to divide us. Sarandon said about the campaign in 2016: "Being on the road with [the senator], I've just fallen in love all over again with this country. To see how he has revitalized democracy and inspired all these people has been so moving and so beautiful." The full interview and video premiered in Elle Magazine.
"Wall Street" super-villain Gordon Gecko ("Greed is good") was based on Asher Edelman, who has become notorious for speaking the truth about how the American government is essentially run by an organized mob. This is more true today than it was in 2016. Edelman supports Sanders' policies which redirect the benefits of the economy back to the American people who built it. We reveal the truth about a decades-old recession in this video which has over 2 million views.
What moved Danny DeVito the most is the unity Sanders inspires. Common sense. Integrity. Courage to speak the truth.
In between laughing, Justin Long easily breaks down the propaganda about healthcare. A deadly serious issue.
Josh Hutcherson (Hunger Games) on the authenticity of Sanders speaking to unemployed Americans, to young people, and being the only top tier candidate who will not take corporate money.
Rosario examines timeless, heartfelt, pro-working class issues.