Sunday, September 18, 2016

Hillary Clinton's WWII POW Ad Will Hit You In The Gut

World War II POW and veteran Joel Sollender lands
an emotional, devastating blow against Donald Trump
in a new Hillary Clinton campaign ad. 
Like her or hate her, a new Hillary Clinton campaign ad will really hit you in the gut.

It's a continuation of one of her campaign themes about Donald Trump's disrespect for the military. 

The ad, viewable at the bottom of this post, is paid for by Hillary for America.

The ad shows World War II veteran Joel Sollender viewing that famous clip of Trump saying that Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, is not a war hero because he was a POW. (McCain was captured in the Vietnam War.)

In the clip, Trump says McCain was not a hero because he was captured. "I like people who weren't captured, OK?" Trump says.

After the Trump clip finishes, Sollender tells us about his experiences when he was captured by the Nazis in World War II after he tossed a grenade into a German bunker, and explains in damning detail why he doesn't think Trump should be president.

I'm guessing the Clinton campaign found Sollender because a San Diego television station interviewed him about the billionaire Trump's statements shortly after he made them in July, 2015.

"Is this how he feels about the people he might be sending to war? That might be captured, that they're not heroic? I can't believe it and would that be the end of his career? I would certainly hope so because money can't buy everything," Sollender told San Diego's Fox 5 in 2015.
The Clinton ad in which Sollender appears is as powerful as you can get against Trump.


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