The creators of the new pro-Hillary Clinton country music video that’s exploding across the internet do not appear to like the Ford Motor Company.
In the video, the ’90s model Ford F-150 pickup is spotted missing the blue Ford oval in the grill as it drives next to a farmer’s field.
A closer examination of a video still shows that the Ford oval appears to be deliberately photoshopped out, not just the result of an aftermarket grill modification.
Later in the video, the country singer stands in front of the grill of the pickup after a woman on a motorcycle picks him up after the truck appears to have run out of gas.
The video was created by Miguel Orozco, a campaign staffer from President Obama’s 2008 campaign for Stand With Hillary — an independent Super PAC promoting Clinton’s candidacy.
“One of the things we know Hillary will need is more male supporters,” Super PAC leader Daniel Chavez explained in an interview with Fusion. “Country music is a perfect vehicle to relay stories, because so much of country music is a great storytelling platform.”