John Cena’s Fourth of July Video Shows Who Really Makes America America

John Cena’s Fourth of July Video Shows Who Really Makes America America
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Source: YouTube

WWE star John Cena dropped one truth bomb after another in a 4th of July video for Ad Council's Love Has No Labels campaign.

The message:

"To love America is to love all Americans" — and the average American isn't who you may think.

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Source: Mic/YouTube

In other words, the average American isn't a straight, white male like Cena. 

It's a diverse group of people like this:

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The takeaway?

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Source: Mic/YouTube
Source: Mic/YouTube

Watch the full ad below:

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• In One Speech, Frederick Douglass Sent America Its Most Powerful July 4th Message

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Jessica Eggert

Jessica is a staff writer at Mic, covering breaking news. She is based in New York and can be reached at jessica@mic.com.

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