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Nick Cannon Endorses Kanye West For President

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Nick Cannon is going from not voting at all to voting for Kanye West this November!

Nick made the proclamation to TMZ while at LAX over the weekend. When asked about Ye’s bid for president, he said with a huge smile, “I love it!”

He then added after the cameraman surprisingly questioned him again: “Yeah, we need another Black man in the White House.”

He also appeared to be aware that West has no real shot at winning but said, “strange things can happen in 2020.”

Nick  may want to rethink this stance as he attempts to rehab his image following his anti-Jewish scandal. While we agree, it’s been a strange year, distancing himself from West is his best bet.

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If you’re keeping up Kanye is struggling royally to get on the ballot in several states. He was recently booted from the Illinois  state ballot after election officials found that a majority of the signatures are invalid. He’s also under investigation for fraudulent signatures by election officials in  New Jersey and Wisconsin.

Apparently Ye’s team thought no one would notice signatures for Mickey Mouse and Bernie Sanders. We can’t make this stuff up.

The state Democratic Party filed a complaint Friday asking state officials to block the rapper from appearing on the presidential ballot in Wisconsin this November, saying his campaign was tardy submitting its signatures.

The challenge also suggests there are numerous problems with West’s nomination papers, including incorrect addresses for circulators and bogus signatures, such as “Mickey Mouse” and “Bernie Sanders.” It also included affidavits from six individuals who said they were duped into putting their names on West’s paperwork.

If West isn’t careful many say he could even end up being charged with electoral fraud.

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