Rose McGowan supports Nicki Minaj for standing up to ‘strong elite’ amid White House drama
Late Thursday, the actress-turned-activist took to Twitter to share her opinion on the matter and praised the rapper for sticking to the “strong elite.”
“I stand with Nicki Minaj and everyone who sees what’s going on. We both know the powerful elite and you probably don’t,” McGowan’s social media post read.
“If you panicked because she said something you didn’t believe, it was most likely because you were afraid of examining the idea more closely. Millionaires have become billionaires, and billionaires are now trillionaires. Think. Question. Just because you want to believe what your sect leaders are saying doesn’t make it true. “.
The former Charmed actress has been vocal about her political views and how they have changed over the years. Earlier this week I joined Fox Nation In a special two-part episode of Tucker Carlson today. As she discusses growing up within a self-described ‘cult’, dropping out of school at age 13 to pursue a film career, and uncovering the truth about Hollywood’s elite – including the disgraced producer. Harvey Weinstein.
Sitting with Carlson, the actress dismissed the idea that her willingness to stand up against corruption, deception and coordinated crackdown on wrongdoing began the moment the media found her the subject of attention.
“I was caged because I had to train people in the media to listen to me differently. Because if they just saw me as an actress, on day one, it wouldn’t all work out. Domino effect all over the world. I wanted to show people that if you were fighting and you were strategic. And very clever about it, you could decapitate the Corrupt Power, instead of just biting at the ankles with a picket sign.”
Minaj entered the nationwide debate on COVID-19 By informing her of her reservations about the vaccine. Her comments prompted a group of her fans to launch a protest outside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters in Atlanta on Wednesday, with one vocal supporter insisting, “We should all be skeptical about this vaccine.”
Wearing medical masks and gloves, the protesters chanted, “Nicki Minaj told me the truth! Fauci lied to me!” According to the shots you took WGCL-TV.
She also caused an uproar when she told fans that her cousin’s friend in Trinidad had suffered from impotence and swollen testicles after receiving the coronavirus vaccine, a claim many politicians and health officials rejected.
Things took a turn when Minaj informed her millions of social media followers that she had been asked to go to the White House for a discussion about her reluctance. However, the Biden administration released a statement explaining that it offered her a phone call to discuss the matter Corona Virus Vaccine frequency, not personal visit.
“Do you think I’m going to go online and lie about being invited to the White House? Like what? Do you guys see what’s going on?” Minaj said in a 14-minute video post on Instagram.
She claimed her director and publicist had been in contact with the White House in which administration officials said, “We’d like to offer Nikki an invitation to come to the White House to speak with” Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy and Dr. Anthony Fauci.
She said she had told White House officials she preferred not to travel and had suggested some kind of “live” public or private video on social media.
The White House has been open to having a “live” session, h She said, But never made a trip to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue off the table.
The rapper gained support on social media in the wake of the disaster, with rapper Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment declaring on social media, “We will stand with Tweet embed through it all.”
Fox News’ Brie Stimson and Brick Dumas and Lorraine Overholtz contributed to this report.