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Ice Cube laughed and referred to Black Democrats as "sheeple" in response to a follower who asked him who he voted for on Nov. 3.

"Neither one...I've always endorsed the sheeple," he said.

In a follow-up tweet, he wrote:

"Let me get this straight, I get the president of the United States to agree to put over half a trillion dollars of capital in the Black Community (without an endorsement) and Niggas are mad at me? [crying laughing emojis] ...have a nice life."

Other Trump supporters fear that, if Biden and Harris win, they will abandon the Black community.

Social media users list the following that might impact the Black community:

1. Lockdowns will begin in January.
2. Significant job losses will negatively impact Black people.
3. Evictions will skyrocket.
4. National mask mandate that ends in 2022 (midterm elections).
5. Black people forced to accept the "Mark of the Beast" (vaccines).
6. Black men will be sterilized and Black births will drop.

Others call Trump supporters "doomers" who spread conspiracy theories because their side lost. They point to the Democrats' promise to send $1,200 checks to Black people next year.
 

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John Legend vented his frustration as he hit out at his "former favorite rappers" who support Donald Trump ahead of the U.S. election.

The "All of Me" hitmaker appeared during a final rally for Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris in Philadelphia, during which he highlighted "the meanness, the bullying, the selfishness of Donald Trump".

"Some people... mistake it for strength, a kind of twisted masculinity," he says. "Some see his greed and they mistake it for being good at business. Some of your former favorite rappers have been taken in by these lies,” said Legend, apparently calling out rappers including Kanye West, Ice Cube, 50 Cent and Lil Wayne who declared their support for Trump in recent weeks.

"I think they've even founded a new supergroup, it's called The Sunken Place," John remarked. "But Trump's Platinum Plan for Black folks is nothing but fool's gold. Because you can't bank on a word he says."
 

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Beyonce declared her support for Democratic candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris at the last minute - the day before the presidential elections.

One can only guess why Beyonce took her time declaring her support for Biden, 77, and Harris, 56.

The singer posted a Boomerang clip of herself wearing head-to-toe Balmain with a Biden and Harris mask with an "I voted" sticker on her hat.

She captioned the image: "Come thru, Texas! #vote..." in reference to her home state, which is one of the swing states Biden needs to defeat Trump.

The 40-year-old singer and her 50-year-old husband, Jay-Z, always vote for blue no matter who is on the ticket.

They spoke out in support of Hillary Clinton in 2016 at a rally in Ohio, where Beyonce performed.

Clinton lost by a landslide in an election upset that still reverberates with Democrats and the news media to this day.

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Maxine Waters is deeply hurt to see young Black men exercising their rights to vote for the presidential candidate of their choice.

The California Democrat who represents the 43rd congressional district disowned young Black men who vote for President Donald Trump.

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Waters, posing here with singer Janelle Monáe in September, is panic-stricken that young Black males are leaving the Democratic Party in droves.

During an appearance on "The Joe Madison Show" on SiriusXM on Friday, Waters said it is "shameful" that more Black men might vote for Trump on Nov. 3.

"It just hurts me so bad to see blacks talking about supporting Trump. I don't know why they would be doing it. I don't know why it is on their minds," she said.

The 82-year-old grandmother said Trump "does not have any appreciation for black people and black women in particular. He has no respect for us. He is not doing anything for us."

She added she will never "forgive" young Black men who vote for Trump this year.

"For those black young men who think somehow they can align themselves with Trump - not only are they terribly mistaken - any of them showing their face, I will never, ever forgive them for undermining the possibility to help their own people and their own communities."

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Another bold name rapper has come out in support of President Donald Trump for re-election. Lil Wayne shocked his fans by announcing he is voting for Trump in a tweet on Thursday, Oct. 29.

Weezy, whose Twitter handle is @LilTunechi, wrote: "Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he's done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done."

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Trump's platinum plan promises $500 billion in economic, education, and financial investments in Black communities over the next 5 years.

Wayne's endorsement gives Trump a big boost five days before Americans go to the polls to choose their nation's leader on Nov. 3.

The rapper shared a photo of himself meeting the President, giving him the thumbs up for his attempts to reform criminal justice in America.

Another influential rapper, Ice Cube has also worked on the platinum plan with members of Trump's team, but he made it clear he is not endorsing Trump for another four years in office.

Trump also has the support of fellow rappers Lil Pump and 50 Cent (despite what his ex Chelsea Handler has said).

Black Twitter users and former fans went ballistic, some calling Wayne "coon" in angry tweets.

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Joe Biden's campaign manager admitted the national polls that give Biden a double-digit lead over President Donald Trump are "inflated."

"We're not ahead by double digits. We're just not," tweeted Jen O'Malley Dillon on Thursday. Dillon went on to say the race is "far closer" than a lot of Biden supporters think. "Like a lot closer."

The Biden camp is concerned that the 2020 election will be a repeat of 2016 when Hillary Clinton had double-digit leads over Trump in 12 national polls.

In a Zoom call to supporters, Dillon said, "Please take the fact that we are not ahead by double digits. Those are inflated national public polling numbers."

With a hint of panic in her voice, she urged Democrats to get out and vote.

Some Twitter users expressed anger at the Biden camp for appearing to wave the white flag too early.

One user tweeted: "Are you trying to give me nightmares with this close talk or make sure I vote?"

But others see Dillon's warning as a calculating move to keep the other side off balance.

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A fiber optic cable was accidentally cut, shutting down Virginia's online voter registration system on the final day to register.

The cable was inadvertently cut during a Chesterfield County roadside utilities project.

The Virginia Department of Elections said in a statement on Twitter that the fiber optic cable was accidentally severed and no foul play is suspected.

Technicians are working to repair the cut cable, but there is no end to the conspiracy theories online.

Many skeptics believe the cable was cut intentionally to interrupt online voter registration on the last day in Virginia.

Voting advocates said the accident couldn't have come at a worst time. Some voters wait until the last day to register, sometimes after being reminded by the news media or social media.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is in support of extending the deadline one more day, but he said only the courts have the ability to extend the deadline.

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After failing to get President Trump out of office since 2016, Nancy Pelosi plans to use the nuclear option to remove him before the elections.

Pelosi says Congress will discuss using the 25th Amendment powers to remove Trump from office amid unfounded fears that a steroid treatment he received for Covid-19 turned him into a raving maniac.

In addition to experimental antibody drugs by Regeneron and an antiviral drug called remdesivir, Trump also received dexamethasone, a potent steroid that suppresses inflammation in the lungs.

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The Democrats and their allies in the news media claim the steroid treatment caused Trump to become aggressive and affected his mental health.

Some side effects of dexamethasone include aggression, anxiety, irritability, mental depression, mood changes and trouble thinking, according to the Mayo Clinic.

But those side effects are rare. As a RN who has administered dexamethasone and Prednisone (as well as other steroids) to hundreds of patients - including children - since 1987, I personally have never witnessed those side effects in any of my patients.

The Democrats seem desperate to remove Trump from office despite national polls saying Biden has a double digit lead over Trump.

Their own internal polls tell a different story. For example, Trump's approval among Black men has jumped to 45% from just 8% in 2016. And Trump enjoys substantial support among the Hispanic community.

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Cardi B shared her ideas with Democratic nominee Joe Biden that she hopes he will do if he is elected president in November.

The rapper, who hopes to be appointed Biden's secretary of education, spoke with the politician via Zoom video conference, as part of her Elle magazine cover story.

During the chat, Biden asked the "Bodak Yellow" rapper what she expects from the next U.S. leader.

"I have a whole list of things that I want our next president to do for us. But first, I just want Trump out," she said. "His mouth gets us in trouble so much."

"I don't want to be lied to -- we're dealing with a pandemic right now, and I just want answers. I want to know when this will be over. I want to go back to my job. But I don't want someone to lie to me and tell me that it's fine not to wear a mask, that everything is going to be okay."

Cardi continued: "I want a president to tell me what the steps are for us to get better, to tell me, 'This is why it is taking so long, this is why other countries are doing better than ours.' Tell me the truth, the hard-core truth."

"And also: I want free Medicare. It's important to have free (healthcare), because look at what is happening right now. Of course, I think we need free college. And I want Black people to stop getting killed and no justice for it. I'm sick of it. I just want laws that are fair to Black citizens and fair to cops, too..."

After listening to the "WAP" star's list of demands, Biden, 78, responded: "Also, by the way, if I get elected president, anybody with a family (that makes) less than 125 grand, you're going to get free education. And everybody gets free community college."

He added: "The way we can pay for all of this is doing practical things, like making sure that everybody has to pay their fair share. (For example) no corporation should pay less than 15 per cent tax."

Cardi is lending her support to Biden, after her initial pick for president, Bernie Sanders, dropped out of the race in April to make way for Biden.
 

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Nick Cannon has endorsed rapper-turned-U.S. Presidential candidate Kanye West in the 2020 elections.

Mariah Carey's ex-husband told TMZ the U.S. needs another black man in office, referring to former President Barack Obama, who is biracial.

Cannon said of his longtime friend's campaign: "I love it! We need another black man in power."

The news comes amid reports that Kanye is under investigation for election fraud.

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CNN correspondent April Ryan tweeted, "Two states declaring #KanyeWest ineligible to be on #POTUS ballot due to faulty signatures could open him up to an #ElectionFraud investigation."

"Kanye West will also not be permitted on the New Jersey ballot due to faulty signatures. His 'campaign' withdraws petition."

Ryan continued saying, "I would imagine other states where reported GOP operatives assisted him to get on the ballot will soon be reviewing."

Last week, Kanye jokingly said he was campaigning to draw votes away from Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Nick sparked concern last month when he made headlines for anti-Semitic comments he shared on his podcast show, "Cannon's Class," in which he labeled white people "savages" who act "evil" and "rob, steal, rape, kill in order to survive".

In subsequent social media posts, he wrote that things "couldn't get any worse" for him, and he hinted at taking his own life after none of his A-list friends rushed to defend him.

The public fallout was swift and harsh as ViacomCBS severed longstanding ties with the comedian, taking millions of dollars in revenue with them.

Cannon's bank account took another hit as his daytime talk show, The Nick Cannon Show, has gone on hiatus and his radio show on Power 106, Nick Cannon Mornings, is temporarily suspended.

Since making the controversial comments, Nick has met with rabbis and learned about Judaism during a visit to the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles.

He also pledged his first paycheck from his daytime talk show to the Jewish center.