Joe Biden as president would be incredibly dangerous for America.
Even people in the left-wing ecosystem of entertainment are beginning to realize this truth.
That’s why Donald Trump just got a celebrity endorsement nobody saw coming.
The general election is winding down with election night right around the corner.
The race has tightened up just as it did in 2016 when all of the “experts” said Hillary Clinton was a lock to win.
But the Democrats aren’t taking victory for granted.
That’s why they’ve recruited Barack Obama to do some last-minute campaigning for Joe Biden.
During a poorly attended rally, Obama again took shots at Donald Trump.
He did so most recently at the Democratic National Convention, slandering Trump as a racist.
However, the tactic isn’t working.
Trump has growing support among black and latino voters, which has Democrats feeling uneasy.
Rapper 50 Cent caused a stir when he announced on Instagram that he was voting for Trump because of the Democrats’ exorbitant tax rates.
Now another rapper has thrown his support behind Trump.
Juaquin James Malphurs, who goes by the stage name Waka Flocka Flame, said on Instagram that he believes Trump is a better president than Obama.
In response to another hip-hop artist who posted on Instagram, “People who really think Trump is a better President than Obama [are clowns],” Malphurs said, “Guess I’m a clown.”
Malphurs also posted, “There are two types of people in this world: Those who resist change in favor of nostalgia and those who move with the times and create a better future.”
The comment appears to be rebuke of the status quo notion that the Democrats are the eternal allies of black America even they were the party of slavery, Jim Crow, and the KKK.
Malphurs also seemed to co-sign 50 Cent’s comment about the Democrats’ tax rates being out of control.
Rappers’ support of Trump perhaps shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise because he was beloved by many of them for years.
He’d been mentioned favorably in hip-hop songs nearly 100 times, and didn’t become an “enemy” until he ran for president as a Republican.
But neither rappers nor Trump have changed.
Trump still believes in the American dream for everyone, and rappers still respect success and anti-establishment sensibilities.
The Democrats are the party of top-down control and conformity.
More people are beginning to see that.
Endorsements from Kanye West and 50 Cent coupled with Biden’s numerous racial gaffes have likely given voters something to think about.
Rapper and actor Ice Cube also got an up-close view of what happens when someone gets out of step on the left.
He took his plan for urban development to both major parties, and only the Trump campaign was willing to listen to him before the election.
For his trouble, he was attacked as a sellout and a dupe.
Ice Cube realized that the Democrats were all talk and no action.
It seems as though others in entertainment are learning that lesson, too.