The president has an vital message for you this July. 4th. No, not the one who retains utilizing songs at poorly attended rallies with out the band’s permission, it’s the one from the traditional 1996 movie Independence Day. Invoice Pullman who memorably performed President Thomas J. Whitmore within the Will Smith motion flick has a message for you this Independence Day and, sure, it’s coronavirus associated. In a PSA dropped at you by The Alamo Drafthouse, Pullman asks everybody to have fun their freedom by sporting “freedom” masks, so hopefully we will safely get again to bars, eating places, faculties and, most significantly, film theaters. “I may not be your President anymore,” Pullman says on the high of the video, “but I gotta tell you the 4th of July is still my favorite holiday and always will be.” Interspersed with footage of a toy airplane (good contact), Pullman says “I’m going to be wearing my freedom mask every time I go into public places.” Possibly if we begin calling them freedom masks individuals will begin sporting them, like that point we began calling french fries freedom fries for some purpose. On condition that Pullman efficiently navigated alien invaders in Independence Day, he appears to be a greater authority on main in instances disaster than the man at the moment in workplace, so we must always in all probability take heed to him and put on our masks.