Actor Ron Perlman said Wednesday that Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisRepublicans would need a promotion to be 'paper tigers' Democrats' reconciliation bill breaks Biden's middle class tax pledge We have a presidential leadership crisis — and it's only going to get worse MORE (D-Calif.) already has his endorsement and “entire heart” ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
In a “major announcement,” Perlman tweeted that he was taking all of the “beautiful, faithful, visionary citizens that committed to voting for me in 2020” to use as support for Harris “as our next president” in the coming election.
“Ms. Harris, you have my endorsement and my entire heart!" the former “Sons of Anarchy” star continued.
“By the way Kamala, that’s 93 fully committed votes! Ninety-Three!!!” Perlman jokingly added.
Major Announcement: I am taking me and the beautiful, faithful, visionary citizens that committed to voting for me in 2020, and putting ALL THAT on @KamalaHarris as our next President. Ms Harris, you have my endorsement and my entire heart!— Ron Perlman (@perlmutations) January 23, 2019
By the way Kamala, that’s 93 fully committed votes! Ninety-Three!!!— Ron Perlman (@perlmutations) January 23, 2019
Harris, who made history in 2016 when she was sworn in as California’s first black U.S. senator, announced her bid for higher office on Monday, which was also Martin Luther King Day. Harris is also the first Indian-American to serve in the U.S. Senate.
The California Democrat, whose parents were involved in the civil rights movement, said in an interview earlier this week that she was honored to make her announcement “on the day that we commemorate him.”
Harris, who also previously served as a California attorney general, said her “entire career has been focused on keeping people safe.”
She plans to officially launch her campaign on Sunday during a rally in her hometown of Oakland, Calif., and has joined what is widely expected to be a crowded field of Democratic presidential contenders.
As of Thursday afternoon, the California senator is averaging 5 percent support in among possible 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, according to RealClearPolitics.