2016 GOP presidential candidate and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee released a web ad slamming President Obama and Hillary Clinton for their complete hypocrisy on same-sex marriage.

Watch here or below:

The video opens with a slow zoom on a live shot of the White House illuminated with rainbow colored floodlights.

[Hillary Clinton voiceover] “I believe that marriage is, not just a bond, but a sacred bond between a man and a woman.”

[President Obama voiceover] “I believe that marriage is a union between a man and a woman. For me as a Christian it’s also a sacred union, God’s in the mix.”

The video closes with the following text:

Do you want a President who follows?

Or do you want a President who leads?

Since Friday’s ruling, Gov. Huckabee has made headlines in conservative news outlets and mainstream press.

“While some cowardly politicians wave the white flag and accept this unconstitutional, out-of-control act of judicial tyranny, I reject this decision and will fight back to protect religious liberty and defend our Constitution,” Huckabee said. “The Supreme Court is not the Supreme Branch, and it is certainly not the Supreme Being. I refuse to bow down to the false god of judicial tyranny and allow five, unelected attorneys the right to upend our Constitution, threaten our religious liberty, and make new laws.”

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