Even viral internet challenges are not immune to politics every once in a while. To encourage voters not to stand still on Election Day, Hillary Clinton and her campaign team took on the Mannequin Challenge, which literally requires you to stand still for a certain amount of time.
Clinton tweeted the video early Tuesday morning in one final effort to encourage voters to get out and make their voices heard. The video features Clinton, her husband and former president Bill Clinton, longtime aide Huma Abedin, her campaign team, reporters, photographers and even musician Jon Bon Jovi—all on a plane with a celebratory pizza.
Don't stand still. Vote today: https://t.co/jfd3CXLD1s #ElectionDay #MannequinChallenge pic.twitter.com/4KAv2zu0rd
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 8, 2016
The video has been retweeted more than 30,000 times and encourages voters not to “stand still” on Election Day.
The Mannequin Challenge is social media’s latest viral craze, beginning last month when a group of high school students posted their frozen-in-time video in the classroom. Since then NFL teams and celebrities, such as Kevin Hart, Adele and the “Dancing with the Stars” cast have taken part in the challenge.
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