Cardi B May Actually Get Into The Political Game

January 13, 2020 / Posted by:

CNN reports that Cardi B may be inching ever-closer to being a member of congress or something. I mean… if the last few years have taught us anything it’s that: everything which seems reasonable is no longer valid. So… sure. Let’s have a stripper-turned-reality star-turned-rap goddess-turned-first female President of the United States.

Cardi is no newcomer to the political spectrum. She’s called out the government for wasting the public’s time and money during important moments. She let us know that she feels The Bern with Bernie Sanders, and now she thinks she wants to go out and come up with her own political catchphrase. In a series of tweets Cardi B announced that she really thinks she’s going to go and educate herself and then become a politician. Even though she doesn’t “agree with government.”

I think that what’s been going on with Iran really has her thinking, because she brought up war and some documentaries she’s been watching and how a lack of patriotism in America is related to the morality of war? Unclear, but she says she needs to explain in more detail at a later time:

She then ended her Twitter revelation by saying that she would actually do more work than Donald Trump did before he fluked his way to a Presidency, and would go to school to learn before she tried to enter into Congress:

Listen, if I have to choose between Cardi B 2024 or Kanye West 2024, it’s a resounding: CARDI. Can’t you picture her next to AOC helping shake the table in favor of the working-class? Honey, she won’t just shake that table, she will pick it up and throw it, too!

Pic: Wenn.com

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