So, it took four different media personalities/journalists getting messy in two debates and two Presidential town halls, but the final Presidential debate for the 2020 election featured the clear choice for best moderator, Kristen Welker. I mean, it wasn’t hard to follow up the basement-low bar set by the previous debacles — just check out the stark differences in ratings between her and Fox News’ Chris Wallace on IMDb as a weirdly accurate indicator.
But all in all, Welker did manage to manage control with two veteran, commanding, much older echo chambers-I mean candidates.
Unsurprisingly, a Black woman got the job done. …
If you thought Kanye West wasn’t serious serious about running for President, well, stop reading now.
The entertainment mogul, once a top-billed supporter of President Donald Trump, is going all-in on his independent run for President under his self-created Birthday Party.
How can we tell? Well, there are stringent laws for anyone running for public office, including mandatory financial report filing. For federal office campaigns, those are public one sent through the Federal Election Commission. Kanye’s are out, and well…follow through this depressing series of tweets on it by reporter Ben C. Jacobs.
Yep, you read that right, he only ‘raised’ $2,782. But wait, it’s even more bleak from…
Apparently in a mindless effort to get a share of the attention Ice Cube is getting for working with the Trump re-election campaign, rapper-turned-television mogul 50 Cent is also advocating for the President’s reelection. He cites common misleading Trump camp claims — such as Joe Biden raising taxes — as his reasoning. Apparently, this multimillionaire puts his wallet first in his voting.
Via the words of HipHopDX:
50 Cent infuriated a large percentage of his fanbase on Monday (October 19) when he encouraged his 26.2 million Instagram followers to “vote for Trump.” …