In a video released today, Aziz Ansari — the Emmy Award-winning, Golden Globe-nominated co-creator of "Master of None" — can't believe some people are considering not voting.
He can't believe it so much that he became the latest celebrity to release a PSA urging people to get out and vote. The video, released by NextGen Climate Action Committee, a Super PAC focused on the environment, features Ansari yelling direct to camera about the need to even make a video.
"How many celebrities have made these stupid f—king videos?" Ansari says. "Robert Downey Jr. made one. DiCaprio made one. Jennifer Lawrence was in one. These people are way more famous than me. Why do you need me?"
This isn't the first time Ansari has spoken about the election. In June, he published an essay in the New York Times about how Donald Trump made him fear for his family. Ansari joins Randall Park, Leslie Odom Jr., George Takei, Neil Patrick Harris, John Cho, Constance Wu, Vincent Rodriguez III and many other actors and filmmakers who have released get-out-the-vote videos.
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"There's a f—king guy running who says he hates brown people. That's not enough?" Ansari says. "He doesn't believe in climate change. Do you realize how dumb you have to be not to believe in climate change? At this point? ... Go vote, please."
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