Zelda Williams doesn’t like her father being abused. While Donald Trump is in the midst of the 2021 presidential election in the United States, he received the support of his son Eric, who opted for a political denigration of Joe Biden, the main opponent of the American president. And for this, he used a video by Robin Williams, in which the comedian who died in 2014 mocks the former vice-president under Barack Obama in a sketch where he imitates him.
“Robin William just got wild with Joe Biden” reads at the top of the video. A use that however did not please Zelda Williams, the actor’s daughter. On her Twitter account, the 31-year-old actress denounced the reappropriation of Eric Trump, who with this video tries to discredit the Democratic candidate. “While we are ‘remembering’ each other (to move your political agenda forward), you should watch what he said about your father. I promise you, it’s a lot more ‘wild’,” Zelda says. Williams, who reminds Donald Trump’s son that if “the dead can’t vote, the living can.”
While we’re ‘reminiscing’ (to further your political agenda), you should look up what he said about your Dad. I did. Promise you, it’s much more ‘savage’. Gentle reminder that the dead can’t vote, but the living can ♥ ️ https://t.co/CXDTovG5yo
– Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams) August 8, 2020
The beautiful committed gesture of Zelda Williams
Since Robin Williams’ disappearance in August 2014, Zelda Williams has applied herself to upholding the memory of her father, to whom she was very close. And on each of the actor’s birthdays since his disappearance, while he suffered from Parkinson’s disease but also Lewy body dementia, she does not fail to make pretty gestures, as was the case on July 21. last, for what would have been his 69th birthday. “Today would have been Daddy’s 69th birthday, so to honor him (…) I will donate $ 69.69 [60.13 euros, note] to as many local homeless shelters as possible “, Zelda Williams announced, sharing screenshots of each of her gifts throughout the day.
Pictured: Zelda Williams and Robin Williams Robin Williams, Oscar-Winning Actor, Dies at 63 8/11/14 © © Broadimage / KCS