Actress Janelle Monae Calls For Every American Citizen who Voted Trump to 'Burn'
Liberal singer calls for all races who supported the President to burn
Liberal singer and actress Janelle Monáe called for the burning of all the people who voted for President Donald Trump, including all races and colors.
The “Hidden Figures” star wrote in a now-deleted tweet that all people who voted for Trump should “burn.”
“F**k Donald Tromp [sic] and every American citizen, celebrity, white woman, black man, ETC who supported him burnnnnnnnnnn,” she tweeted.
“I’m not going down the list for y’all you do the research and see who gave him millions of votes,” she added in another now-deleted tweet.
Monáe joins a list of liberal celebrities who were let down when there was no 'blue wave' as they expected.
Actor John Leguizamo said Florida is “dead to me" after Trump's victory in the state.
“Florida is dead to me! Let the lemmings drive their golf carts into the ocean!” he tweeted.
Florida is dead to me! Let the lemmings drive their golf carts into the ocean!— John Leguizamo (@JohnLeguizamo) November 4, 2020
Janelle Monáe came out as “pansexual" during 2018 in Rolling Stone.
“Being a queer black woman in America, someone who has been in relationships with both men and women ― I consider myself to be a free-ass motherf***er,” she said.
“And I was like ‘Oh, these are things that I identify with too.’ I’m open to learning more about who I am,” she said.
Since the election on Tuesday, many commentators have been confused by Trump's solid gains with minorities.
Al Sharpton argued that Trump successfully appealed to the entrepreneurial spirit in those communities, and blasted Democrats for not doing the same.
“He has done better than, in my judgment, he should have with Black men and Hispanics, which means that we’ve got to really look in the civil rights community, both on the Latino and the African American side, on a real conversation in our communities on what it is to be different in terms of being entrepreneurial aspirants and being fair in terms of how we look from the whole,” Sharpton said.
“I think he appealed to some that wanted to feel that they had to be a certain kind of way to be aspirational and that you can be that and still be centrists,” he continued.
Trump was carried over the line in Florida by Cuban-Americans, according to NBC News.
According to the station's exit polls, around 55 percent of Florida’s Cuban-American vote went to Trump, while 30 percent of Puerto Ricans and 48 percent of “other Latinos” backed the President.
More Latino voters supported President Trump in 2020 than in 2016.
“Biden also lost support among Latino voters in Georgia and Ohio, important states to capturing the White House,” CNN reported.
“The former vice president was up only about 16 percentage points in Georgia and about 24 points in Ohio, compared to Clinton’s margin of 40 percentage points and 41 points in Georgia and Ohio, respectively.”
Meanwhile, MSNBC’s Joy Reid declared that the close U.S. presidential election proved America is "racist."
Reid told co-host Rachel Maddow, that “a great amount of racism, anti-blackness, anti-wokeness” has been exposed by the closeness of the race between Trump and Biden.