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This is what Cardi B has to say about the government shutdown

Cardi B calls for an end to the shutdown 00:55

(CNN)Cardi B is upset and worried. And she wants the world to know.

In a profanity-laced video, the rapper on Wednesday night addressed the government shutdownthat has gone on for 26 days — the longest in the nation’s history.
“I just wanna remind you that it’s been a little bit over three weeks,” she says in the video. “Trump is now ordering … federal government workers to go back to work without getting paid. … This is serious. Our country is in a hellhole right now. All for a … wall.”
President Donald Trump has ordered thousands of staffers from several government agencies to return to work to process tax returns, perform safety inspections and more. They include the Internal Revenue Service, which is recalling 36,000 workers to process tax filings and refunds. Trump also signed a bill providing back pay to federal employees after the partial shutdown ends, the White House announced Wednesday.
Cardi B says she’s feeling anxious and helpless as the shutdown drags on.
“I feel like we need to take some action,” she says. “I don’t know what type of action … because this is not what I do. But … I’m scared.”
A few hours after she posted the video on Instagram, it had more than 8 million views, with some of her nearly 40 million followers applauding her for using her platform to address political issues. Others left comments on how the shutdown has affected their households.
As the video made rounds on social media, some Democratic lawmakers wondered publicly whether they should share it.
“Trying to decide whether or not to retweet the Cardi B video,” Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawaii tweeted.
“Omg, I had the same argument with myself 30 minutes ago!” Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut chimed in.
Eagerly waiting to see if they would, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer made his feelings known.
“Guys. I’m still holding my breath. Are you gonna RT Cardi B or not?” he tweeted. Schatz told him they decided not to share it because it “wouldn’t be senatorial.”
The rapper, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, has expressed interest in the government. In an interview with GQ magazine last year, she said she loves political science and is “obsessed” with how the system works.

‘Our country is in a hellhole right now’: Cardi B blasts Trump over government shutdown

‘Our country is in a hellhole right now’: Cardi B calls out Trump over shutdown

January 17 at 5:55 AM

Cardi B, the chart-topping rapper behind hits such as “Bodak Yellow” and “I Like It,” is an avowed presidential trivia enthusiast who has previously weighed in on topics ranging from the United Nations’ role in Libya to a minimum age for gun ownership. So it should come as no surprise that she had plenty of thoughts on the fact that nearly 50,000 federal employees have been told to return to work without a paycheck amid the partial government shutdown, which is now the longest in U.S. history.

Still, it appears even the Bronx-born artist, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, didn’t anticipate the response to the 58-second video that she posted to her Instagram account on Wednesday evening — a succinct denunciation of the shutdown that quickly racked up millions of views in a matter of hours and inspired calls for the rapper to run for presidentdeliver the State of the Union address or get her own cable news show. “Why am I trending?” she wondered out loud when she logged into Twitter hours later.

The answer was her now-viral, expletive-laden message to her nearly 40 million Instagram followers. “Hey y’all,” it began. “I just wanna remind you, because it’s been a little bit over three weeks, okay. Trump is now ordering, as in summonsing, federal government workers to go back to work without getting paid.”

Many of her fans don’t necessarily care about the shutdown, since they don’t work for the federal government or “probably don’t even have a job,” she acknowledged. But the ongoing standoff stemming from President Trump’s insistence that taxpayers should help fund a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, she told them, was something to take seriously.

“Our country is in a hellhole right now,” she said. “All for a f‐‐‐ing wall.”

Shaking her head, she gestured emphatically with her long fuchsia nails. “I feel like we need to take some action,” she mused. “I don’t know what type of action, b‐‐‐‐, because this is not what I do. But b‐‐‐‐, I’m scared.

By early Thursday morning, the Instagram video had racked up nearly 9 million views and accolades from prominent Trump critics, who praised Cardi’s concise, pointed commentary. “Colorful language and eyelids, but the message is loud and clear and the sentiment is shared by many Americans,” tweetedCNN commentator Ana Navarro. Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) wrote that he was trying to decide whether to retweet the video, which largely echoed congressional Democrats’ talking points but added a heavy dose of profanity.

“Omg, I had the same argument with myself 30 minutes ago!” replied Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.)

Schatz responded: “Ok you do it. And say retweets are not endorsements, especially the language, and I will retweet.”

The answer, it turned out, was no. “Wouldn’t be senatorial,” Schatz explained.

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The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment late Wednesday night, and there was little immediate response from conservative commentators, save for a handful of tweets deriding the rapper and her music.

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Earlier in the day, Cardi had offered an even more biting critique of Trump on Instagram Live.

“You promised these . . . racist rednecks that you was gonna build the wall, but you know that was impossible,” she said, according to the Hill. “But they voted for you and you promised them this . . . so now you have to do it.”

She also accused the president of being a “clout chaser,” a derisive term for individuals who seek fame and attention.

The president, she argued, “wants to be cool with basketball teams, football teams and black people. . . . He wants validation from what’s popping right now.”

It’s not the first time that Cardi has criticized Trump, whom she called a “madman” in an interview with Rolling Stone last summer. A former stripper, she began to develop a public profile as a reality television star with her 2015 appearance on “Love & Hip Hop: New York.” From the start, her political views were on full display: According to Roll Call, she encouraged her followers to “vote for daddy Bernie,” meaning Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), in advance of the 2016 presidential primaries. (The video is no longer available on her social media accounts, but archived versions can be found online.)

In a GQ profile last April, she expounded on her love of former president Franklin D. Roosevelt, telling reporter Caity Weaver that she is “obsessed with presidents” and loves learning about political science and “how the system works.”(Without looking it up, can you name the only president who was a bachelor? Cardi can: It was James M. Buchanan.) As for the 32nd president, she explained, “He’s the real ‘Make America Great Again,’ because if it wasn’t for him, old people wouldn’t even get Social Security.”

Sanders later declared, “Cardi B is right. We have got to protect social security for all generations.”

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Cardi B is right. If we are really going to make America great we need to strengthen Social Security so that seniors are able to retire with the dignity they deserve.

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Thanks to @iamcardib for calling attention to the importance of Social Security. pic.twitter.com/bJdt9Oxzzf

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