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Entertainment The Lincoln Project Shares Powerful Music Video to Demi Lovato’s ‘Commander in Chief’

06:05  17 october  2020
06:05  17 october  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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Demi Lovato unveiled her political stance in her new song " Commander in Chief ," and now the Lincoln Project is building on the track' s emotional message. The anti-Trump political action committee shared their own music video for the song on Thursday (Oct. 15), and shows clips of the devastating

Demi Lovato performs onstage at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, broadcast on Oct. 14), Demi Lovato delivered the worldwide live premiere of her new politically-charged song “ Commander in Chief .” The singer-songwriter-producer captioned Lovato ’ s single art on Instagram: “I think people

Demi Lovato unveiled her political stance in her new song “Commander in Chief,” and now the Lincoln Project is building on the track’s emotional message.

The anti-Trump political action committee shared their own music video for the song on Thursday (Oct. 15), and shows clips of the devastating effects from the president’s mismanagement of the coronavirus, of people on ventilators in hospitals and families with masks only able to talk to each other through glass doors. The scene then turns to the Black Lives Matter movement, as thousands of protesters took to the streets across the nation to demand justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and more who have been killed at the hands of police.

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Demi lovato ' S billboard music awards performance 'vote' message seemingly censored by NBC. At the end of the video , she appears and sings the Sources told the outlet that NBC felt that because " Commander in Chief " was an anti-Trump song, the "vote" message was too

Demi Lovato Shares Emotional Music Video for ‘ Commander In Chief ’: Watch. During the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, on Wednesday (Oct. 14), Demi Lovato delivered the worldwide live premiere of her new politically-charged song “ Commander in Chief .”

The vignette ends on an uplifting note, with people of all races, ages and genders coming together to vote in the presidential election.

“Demi Lovato put it best,” the description reads, and links out to a donation page for The Lincoln Project, which will go to voter outreach programs in an effort to “end the suffering, end the corruption, and end the presidency of the worst ‘Commander in Chief’ in our country’s history.”

Watch the “Commander in Chief” video below.

Demi Lovato Is Pleading With Her Fans to Vote: ‘Nothing Will Change Unless You Take Action’ .
Almost two weeks after unleashing her politically-driven song “Commander in Chief,” Demi Lovato is practicing what she preaches. The star took a selfie at the Los Angeles voting poll on Monday (Oct. 26), flaunting both her “Vote” mask and “I Voted” sticker. “I vote because I love my country,” she captioned the snap. “From my friends and family members who live here, to my neighbors and millions of people I don’t know, I love the citizens here. This year I’ve been so stressed and anxious from politics alone.”I vote because I love my country.

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