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Top Hollywood Celebrities Who Have Turned on Joe Biden

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President Joe Biden’s declining poll numbers have led to a shift in support from celebrity influencers who previously backed him.

Hollywood stars have stopped endorsing Biden, with some openly criticizing him.

Cardi B, who previously supported Biden, publicly criticized him for budget cuts and recession, while Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson admitted that his celebrity peers are loyal to the Democratic Party rather than Biden personally. (Trending: Fauci’s Ex-Boss Admits The Truth About COVID)

Both Cardi B and “The Rock” endorsed Joe Biden in 2020, but are now backtracking.

“I’m not endorsing no ——- president no more,” said rapper Cardi B. “Joe Biden’s talking about, ‘Yeah, we can fund two wars,’” she continued.

“Y’all [are] doing budget cuts on the biggest city in the United States,” added the rapper. “This —- is getting out of hand. They don’t want to say the word, but we’re going through a recession right now,” she concluded.

Rapper 50 Cent and actor Woody Harrelson have also voiced their disapproval of Biden, with Harrelson endorsing Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. for president.

“Hey Joe get the —- up, we in trouble man!” commented 50 Cent after Biden continues to take significant vacation time.

Additionally, the cast of NBC’s Saturday Night Live has started mocking Biden’s age and cognitive decline, signaling a significant change in their portrayal of the president.

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