‘Gerrymander this coochie’: Michelle Obama’s group hooks up with raunchy ‘No Voting, No Vucking’ vid
The voting initiative founded by former first lady Michelle Obama is hooking up with a dating app that created a controversial vulgar video to boost black voter participation in the upcoming midterm elections, contests of historical significance with the future of America literally hanging in the balance.
When We All Vote will be partnering with BLK, a dating app that targets black singles to do “voter registration activations” and which recently released the video titled “No Voting No Vucking” that features rappers reciting saucy sexual lyrics like “gerrymander this coochie” and “legs in the air, I don’t care. Anyone can get it, universal healthcare.”
The video which features hip hoppers Rashad Spain aka Saucy Santana, and Katrina Taylor aka Trina suggests that the reward for voting – presumably for Democratic party candidates – will be sexual gratification, a smutty appeal that some have found to be disgusting, insulting and racist.
“No voting, no vucking, no voting, no touching,” sings Saucy Santana. “You wanna hit this booty, gotta do your civic duty.”
“But you want to flirt, I’ll show you how to be a poll worker,” raps Trina. “Don’t stop now, stuff my ballot box again, brought my homegirl through, we’ll put the bi in partisan,” the artists say in the video among other sexually suggestive lyrics, which the nearly 2-minute spot is saturated with.
Jonathan Kirkland, who is the head of marketing and branding at BLK said that the organization wants to entice young voters to become involved in elections.
“We couldn’t be more excited to announce this collaboration with two of the most trailblazing figures in hip-hop and culture,” he told AdWeek according to Fox News. “Our users are inspired by Trina’s confidence and her powerful female-first lyrics, while Saucy Santana’s fervent and self-assured lyrics have broken barriers of inclusivity in the hip-hop community. With these two cultural icons, we hope to empower a new generation of young voters to get involved in this and future elections.”
When We All Vote tweeted out a link to an article in September that announced the partnership between the organizations.
???? ??? ?????? @meetBLK is launching a digital hub designed to shift the culture of voting and politics in the Black community, amplify voices of Black voters, and drive Black voter registration. https://t.co/swcgvb4mzX
— When We All Vote (@WhenWeAllVote) September 22, 2022
“Created by Michelle Obama, When We All Vote brings together individuals, institutions, brands, and organizations to register new voters across the country and advance civic education for the entire family and voters of every age to build an informed and engaged electorate for today and generations to come. We empower our supporters and volunteers to take action through voting, advocating for their rights, and holding their elected officials accountable,” the voting initiative states on its website.
Some don’t find the “No Voting, No Vucking” video to be anything other than “insulting,” “sick” and “demonic,” the descriptive terms used by Jason Whitlock, host of the Blaze’s “Fearless” podcast who blasted the twisted attempt to pander to black voters.
“Michelle Obama, Stacey Abrams, Kamala Harris, and all the other wannabe woman kings have black men by the balls. They think we’re so shallow and sex-obsessed that we will abandon a biblical worldview and reject our responsibility as men.” https://t.co/lstBoTIY4J
— Jason Whitlock (@WhitlockJason) October 6, 2022
“When I first saw the video on Wednesday, I was embarrassed, disgusted, and insulted. The video is racist. It reduces black people to humans who are controlled by their sexual urges. The makers of the video are saying it’s pointless to talk about policy and values with black people. Induce black people to vote with promises of promiscuous sex,” Whitlock wrote in his column titled “‘No Voting, No Vucking’ video exposes what Michelle Obama thinks of black men.”
“Michelle Obama, the former first lady of the United States, should be embarrassed to be associated with this video. But she’s not. She’s the leader of a matriarchal cult that is seizing power by any means necessary,” he says. “The Democrat Party knows it has a problem with black men, particularly black heterosexual men. The left does not have a single policy directed at empowering men of any color. Democrats are focused on empowering the LGBTQ Alphabet Mafia and feminists.”
“Sex with 47-year-old whores (Trina) and beard-wearing, fingernail-painted gay men (Saucy Santana) is the Democrat Party’s policy offer to black men,” Whitlock added. “This is sick. It’s demonic.”
“I guess…if you want to be a slut, you gotta vote. That’s the message here…I don’t know why black America is still not awake to the fact that we are considered stupid,” said conservative commentator Candace Owens in her own take on the vulgar video.
.@RealCandaceO reacts to sexual political ad called “Not Voting, No Vucking”, aimed at black Americans: “I guess…if you want to be a slut, you gotta vote. That’s the message here…I don’t know why black America is still not awake to the fact that we are considered stupid.” pic.twitter.com/zTiaVR883l
— Candace Owens Show (@thecandaceshow) October 7, 2022
In a statement, When We All Vote said that it didn’t support the making of the video.
“When We All Vote did not participate in the creation, provide funding or support the making of this video,” Fox News reported that a spokesperson for Mrs. Obama’s organization said in a statement, responding to a question as if “When We All Vote was notified that the video would link viewers to the When We All Vote website, the spokesperson said that the link is to its registration portal.”
“The link is to our voter registration portal, not directly to our website. Over 100 supporters have direct access to their own unique portal using our voter registration technology for their nonpartisan voter registration efforts. We will not be making further comment on this video,” according to the spokesperson.
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