UPDATE: Lawson later apologized, his campaign blaming consulting firm M.E.I. Political, which produced the Freemanesque ad.
"This is terribly unfortunate and we apologize profusely to Morgan Freeman for what has happened," the candidate said. "This is obviously not something we ever would want to misrepresent."
It may seem like he does, but Morgan Freeman doesn't lend his voice to everything.
The sonorous Oscar winner vehemently denies providing the narration for Tea Party-approved Republican congressional candidate B.J. Lawson's attack ad against the Democratic incumbent—a savvy move, considering it totally wasn't his voice.
(To be fair, it starts off kinda sounding like him, and then fades into total not-him territory.)