David is open about his privilege, a fact that has allowed him to stay relatively uninvolved in politics. But this election feels different, and the last thing we need is four more years of disinformation and dangerous lies.
He knows that his followers might not vibe with politically charged content, so he’s asking them to understand that disagreements are okay. That said, he’s ready to call for change in America’s leadership and he’s no longer afraid to do it publicly. Take a look:
“Look, I am not one who often makes bold political statements on social media — for multiple reasons, but mainly because of the possible conflict + divide it could cause. (I am not a conflict seeker!) But over the years, I have realized that this stance comes from a place of privilege. Because of my privilege, I *can* stay out of it. I can keep quiet, and let others say divisive things instead of saying them myself. But this is not the way I want to be. I recognize that not everything I say or believe will jive with everything you say or believe, and vice versa. But I can still say it, and I can still do so respectfully.
That said, it’s no secret I am not a fan of our president. And the last thing I want is to see him win this election and continue to sit in the nation’s highest office any longer.”