Stevie Wonder Speaks On The 2016 Election "Voting for Donald Trump Is Like Asking Me To Drive"
|Stevie Wonder Speaks On The 2016 Election |
"Voting for Donald Trump Is Like Asking Me To Drive"
While the chaos leading up to voters hitting the polls tomorrow (November 8) is taking up most of the space on the internet today, Stevie Wonder kindly took a moment out of his day to deliver the ultimate mic drop of 2016.
|Stevie , Hillary And Bill Clinton|
Wonder made the comparison in a Q&A with Philly.com music critic Dan DeLuca on Friday night in Philadelphia after performing in a "Get Out The Vote" concert for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
DeLuca asked: "Why are you doing this?"
Wonder responded: "My youngest child is 1 year old. She is a junior Millennial. So I’m looking at the future.
The 25-time Grammy Award winner then explained how he'd dread a Trump presidency, going as far as to say he'd hate to live "the last years of my life in a place of pessimism."
His commentary may be grim by nature, but reflects with passion how he feels — and many agree with him.
"This is not a reality show," Wonder added. "This is life in reality. So I'm with her because I believe in where we are, and where we are going to go. I have always believed that America is great. We're just going to make it greater."