October 24, 2023

Biden Called Out by Rapper 50 Cent for DE Vacations

Someone other than right-wing publications and Fox News is calling out Joe Biden for heading to Delaware regardless of what is happening here and abroad.

One would think with war raging in Israel, Biden would stay put, but that was not the case this past weekend.

Once again, Biden headed to Delaware, virtually out of sight for the entirety of the weekend.

Rapper 50 Cent took exception, and he got the White House’s attention.

Get to Work

After an article was published with the title, "Biden hits the beach with Middle East, Congress in Chaos,” 50 Cent had a little something to say.

He screenshotted the article and added the caption, "Hey Joe get the f--- up, we in trouble man!"

He followed that up with another post that stated, "We got some real s--- going on out here Joe. What’s the plan to get a tan and chill come on now."

Of course, conservatives agreed with 50 Cent, as we would expect, but I wanted to look at something else here that I think is even more damaging for Biden. The White House also responded, saying that Joe can work wherever he is located, as well as taking a shot at Republicans, but it was pretty clear they were worried about the optics of this attack by 50 Cent.

50 Cent obviously has a huge following, and he is very influential in the black community, a community where Biden has been losing grip since the last election.

Donald Trump’s support among black voters is polling more than double what it was in 2020, which is problematic for Biden and down-ballot Democrats.

This is just not a good look for Biden, especially since there are still Americans being held hostage by Hamas.

Being president is not a work-from-home job, but Biden clearly thinks that is the case. The man needs to be in DC, working from the White House, not secluded in Delaware so he can shut himself off and recharge his batteries.

Voters are taking notice, and if Biden loses that grip on the minority voter base, he loses everything.

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