VIDEO: Watch Logic's New Video for ONE DAY Criticizing Trump's Immigration Policy
Logic has released the video for his new song "One Day" featuring Ryan Tedder. The video addresses the Trump Administration's immigration policies in which children are separated from their parents.
The video was directed by Andrew Hines who also directed Logic's previous hit "1-800-273-8255."
The video opens on a scene at the U.S.-Mexican border where an immigrant family is separated. The video then moves to a birthday party for a young boy, and it is shown that his parents and older sibling have Nazi regalia. The video then shows the immigrant boy from before joining other children in cages in an impoundment facility, and then later being brought to his foster home.
The video then moves to the future, where the boys are in high school. The immigrant studying and the other moving further into the white supremacist life.
Finally, the boys are grown men. In the final segment, the two boys are grown men. The American is seen in a bar, pulling out a knife to attack a black man, but instead trips and stabs himself. At the hospital he is treated by the immigrant man, now played by Michael Pena. When the operating room sees the man's swastika tattoo, the doctor says, "You're going to be okay."
Watch the full video below.