July 23, 2024


Art Is Experience

Marge Simpson uses her voice to call out Trump adviser

LOS ANGELES – Marge Simpson has tips for a attorney with the Trump campaign: Do not title connect with.

In a clip posted Friday by Fox’s animated collection “The Simpsons,” matriarch Marge chided the attorney above a tweet evaluating her voice to that of the Democratic vice presidential contender, Sen. Kamala Harris.

“I usually don’t get into politics, but the president’s senior adviser, Jenna Ellis, just mentioned Kamala Harris sounds like me,” Marge states in the clip, including that daughter Lisa Simpson states ”she doesn’t signify it as a compliment.”

“If which is so, as an standard suburban housewife, I’m starting off to feel a tiny disrespected,” Marge mentioned, balefully. “I train my little ones not to title connect with, Jenna.”

Earlier this 7 days, President Donald Trump tweeted that the “‘suburban housewife’ will be voting for me” mainly because he “ended the extensive running system in which very low income housing would invade their neighborhood.”

As the 50 %-minute clip finishes, an off-camera Marge is heard muttering: “I was gonna say I’m pissed off, but I’m fearful they’d bleep it.”

Harris of California was declared this 7 days as presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s pick for his running mate. The party’s convention will be held upcoming 7 days, mainly virtually mainly because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ellis, senior attorney for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, did not immediately answer Friday to a ask for for comment. The campaign also did not immediately answer when asked for comment.

On Tuesday, Ellis she posted on Twitter that “Kamala sounds like Marge Simpson.”

The extensive-running “The Simpsons” is known for mocking public figures and celebs, Trump amid them. Actor Julie Kavner is the voice driving Marge Simpson.

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