Momma Dee is putting her neck on the line for Trump!
“Love & Hip Hop” star Momma Dee is revealing her political views. The reality star stated that she didn’t vote in the last election, but she does agree with President Trump?!
The president of the United States doesn’t get much A-list support he was even canceled by Kanye West, but he does have a strong base among reality stars, so it seems. POTUS, who appointed Omarosa to his staff, can count one of the stars of Love & Hip Hop among his fans. The reality star voiced her unpopular opinion on a radio show this week.
The L&HH Atlanta diva paid a visit to celebrity publicist Domenick Nati’s iHeartRadio show recently, and the topic came around to The Donald. First, Dee admitted she didn’t vote: “I’m gonna be frankly honest… I did not vote and I am glad I didn’t. Wanna know why? It wouldn’t have counted anyway,” she said. “We should have an election of just ‘electoral’ votes and let the United States vote… If you were going to have a vote based off of electoral votes, why would you have all of these folks get up in the morning and take their lunch breaks, get in long lines, vote early? None of it counted!”
Well. It got worse. She then went on to say she supports Trump’s immigration policy and wants him to build the wall: “I believe in his policies on immigration… I think they should pay for the wall,” she continued. “Mexicans wanna come over here and make money. They come over here for every dollar; it’s two or three of em’… and they come over here not paying taxes… they should pay for it.”
Let’s admit that not all of Momma Dee’s beliefs are ludicrous, she does have a couple of points. The voting thing has been debated for decades, and she’s not all the way wrong for choosing not to vote. We all know how the voting process goes.However, expecting the Mexican government to pay for the construction of a wall because American’s want it is crazy.
Firstly, if you’re going to build a wall, build one everywhere. It’s funny how some people always point down to Mexico but never point up to Canada. It might be true that the immigration problem isn’t as severe with the Canadians, but Canadians still frequently come into the country and similar to Mexicans, a lot of them stay.
Secondly, if some Americans think that they can just leave the Mexican government with the tab for a wall, they are sadly mistaken. Everything that Mexico exports to America could easily be taxed if they decided to go forth with this madness!
Watch the full interview, below: