The Purge: Election Year

Tired Of Trump’s Antics Then Vote Purge

During this years election if you have grown Tired Of Trump’s Antics Then Vote Purge, Universal mocks the GOP and election year with this trailer for The Purge: Election Year!!!

It just seems so American to Purge, but if you only knew what it really meant, watch the new trailer on the flip…

The Purge Election Year

A lot of CNN viewers who have been following the election year coverage closely might have got a bit confused when a new trailer popped up promoting Universal Pictures “The Purge: Election Year!”

Are You Tired Of Trump’s Antics Then Vote Purge!

We know plenty of parents were like, “what’s the Purge”, if they only knew, right?

Nothing like a horror movie trailer that mocks the Republican and Deomocratic debates. If you haven’t seen the latest trailer for “The Purge: Election Year” then you’re in store for a laugh!

The mock campaign ad features the Statue of Liberty, mountains, kids in a park and all of the other generic shots that often represent America in political commercials. Oh its so beautiful and misleading, just like our candidates this year.

Wait until you her the voice-over saying, “This July have your voice be heard,” before a montage of Americans claim, “I purged.”

It’s so wholesome, so nice, so sweet, so American. Lies!

Who to vote for? The wolf in sheep’s clothing or the woman, who ran our country to success with her husband? We would say Hilary is the ticket, but if you want to have everyone hate us, then vote for the real estate mogul/reality TV star.

Will you Purge, we mean vote?

The Purge Election Year stars Elizabeth Mitchell, Frank Grillo, Mykelti Williamson. Its written and directed by James DeMonaco. The horror film with hit theaters on July 1, 2016.

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