Jennifer Aniston is currently claiming the votes by begging fans and devoted followers not to vote for Kanye West. The “F.R.I.E.N.D.S.” star posted a picture of her sending off her early-voting ballot in West Hollywood Friday, along with a long caption pleading others to follow the same- and has kindly asked the fans and followers to strictly avoid writing in/for Kanye West. “#IVOTED for @joebiden and @kamalaharris. I dropped my boat off and I did it early. She also added that she is voting for the hopeful bright future of America. Aniston has beautifully captioned her post on Instagram as a citizen of America, and not as a figure of popularity. She mentioned that she is slightly agitated about the fact that there are a few men exercising power, who has the audacity to consecutively decide what a woman can and can not do with their bodies, and that the current president has supposedly decided that racism is a “non-issue” while frequently ignoring science publicly and in turn, “too many people have died”, the 51-year-old actress has captioned. She also added that the LQBTQ+ community, the daughters of America, our Black brothers and sisters, and the future kids and grandkids, are the people who are most affected by this election if in case Trump manages to win again. She urges the fans to choose what is right, not what is wise, and concludes her caption by finally typing, “vote for equal human rights, for love and for decency.PS- It’s not funny to vote for Kanye. I don’t know how else to say it. Please be responsible.”
Turbulent Times And Faux Votes
California has strived to transform into a live battleground regarding the forthcoming presidential election. The Republican leaders reportedly refused to dismiss the unauthorized ballot drop-off boxes that were placed on the orders of the party in three counties, in California last week. This week, up to 300 ballots went missing when a ballot box was shockingly lit up in flames outside a Baldwin Park Library, on Thursday. Neal Kelly, chief of the Orange County elections, informed the Reuters later this week that the state was going through a “historic” turnout of voters, as predicted, rounding off to around “400 percent over four years ago”, he claimed.