Biden’s Press Secretary Karine-Jean-Pierre has been taken to the woodshed countless times.
But she was bound to have a terrible day when a legendary rapper lit up her inbox.
And Karine Jean-Pierre got served up another big humiliation by rap legend Snoop Dogg, of all people.
Joe Biden is falling in the polls.
He’s now pinning much of his campaign’s hopes of rallying traditionally critical voting blocks on securing celebrity endorsements.
But while the left-wing media froths over a rumored endorsement from singer Taylor Swift, Joe Biden is already shedding supporters amongst big-name entertainment stars in a key voting bloc.
And that’s the last thing struggling White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre wants to be hit with as she and her pals in the Democrat-controlled media try to convince the public that everyone is against Donald Trump, especially public figures in the entertainment industry.
Take your Taylor Swift and . . .
More people are speaking out against the failures of the Biden Administration, directly and indirectly.
For instance, female rapper Cardi B ranted about how inflation was crippling people that she knew were struggling financially.
Now rapper and media personality Snoop Dogg admitted that he had “nothing but love” for Trump.
During an interview with the UK Sunday Times in London, Snoop said, “Donald Trump? He ain’t done nothing wrong to me. He has done only great things for me. He pardoned Michael Harris. […] So I have nothing but love and respect for Donald Trump.”
Harris was the founder of Death Row Records who had been in prison on drug charges and attempted murder.
Trump pardoned Harris, which allowed him to get out of prison seven years before his release in 2021.
The D-O-Double G’s tune changed
Snoop won’t be campaigning for Trump anytime soon, but his tone is a far cry from what he was saying about Trump when he was in office.
Snoop jumped on the bandwagon of celebrities taking shots at Trump.
He released a rap video where he committed a mock assassination of Trump.
Since then, several rappers have expressed support for Trump, or at least were not vehemently opposed to his election.
For example, Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill responded to a video of Trump onstage with Vivek Ramaswamy and wrote, “Wait til y’all see who the black people in poverty voting for!!!!”
Wait til yall see who the black people in poverty voting for!!!! https://t.co/ymsV3vp0IH
— MeekMill (@MeekMill) January 17, 2024
Popular radio host Charlamagne tha God endorsed Joe Biden in 2020 but refused to do so in 2024.
He explained, “It’s not that I regret endorsing Joe Biden. I put my name and reputation on the line with my listeners. And when my listeners feel like he didn’t deliver, they come back to me and they say, ‘Hey man, you’re the one who told us to vote for Joe Biden. You’re the one who told us to vote for Kamala Harris.’”
Charlamagne is no fan of Trump, but the fact that celebrities are not simply supporting Biden reflexively is a bad sign for the Democrats.
Prior to 2016, Trump had long been a popular figure in the hip-hop world.
The culture might be regressing to the mean with regard to Trump.
Democrats more broadly have expressed concern over black voters, especially younger ones, trending slightly more Republican.
In 2020, Trump got the highest Republican share of the non-white vote since 1960.
The trend has not exponentially accelerated, but it has not reversed, either.
To Charlamagne’s point, the empty promises of the Democrats have been exposed.
Democrats might actually have to lift a finger to maintain their overwhelming advantage with non-white voters.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.