Nyle DiMarco has already won our hearts, now he wants Hillary Clinton to win the White House.
The Dancing With the Stars and America's Next Top Model champion uses his voice—or actually, his hands—to urge Americans to vote for Clinton for president in a new video her campaign posted on Twitter.
“You can leave this ad muted — there’s nothing to hear. And keep scrolling past if you want, we’re used to being ignored," DiMarco signs in the ad focused on Americans with disablities.
"But if you’re still listening to my voice, please know that there are a lot of people out there without one. Among the 50 million Americans living with a disability, many don’t have the ability to work, to travel, or to do countless other things you might take for granted.”
“So this November, please consider voting for the only candidate with a plan to change that. Because the voice of your vote is the greatest voice we have.”
This isn't the first time DiMarco has been political this election season. He recently gave a speech at the Human Rights Campaign National Gala where he spoke frankly about being sexual fluid and how a major advantage of being deaf is not being able to hear Donald Trump.
Watch his speech below:
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