CeCe Winans is…a Trump supporter.
In an exclusive scoop about how the Trump administration took $300 million from the CDC during the pandemic in order to make ads promoting Trump’s response as part of his reelection campaign, it was revealed that CeCe Winans is one of the celebs feature.
The health department is moving quickly on a highly unusual advertising campaign to “defeat despair” about the coronavirus, a $300 million-plus effort that was shaped by a political appointee close to President Donald Trump and executed in part by close allies of the official, using taxpayer funds.
The ad blitz, described in some budget documents as the “Covid-19 immediate surge public advertising and awareness campaign,” is expected to lean heavily on video interviews between administration officials and celebrities, who will discuss aspects of the coronavirus outbreak and address the Trump administration’s response to the crisis, according to six individuals with knowledge of the campaign who described its workings to POLITICO.
Senior administration officials have already recorded interviews with celebrities like actor Dennis Quaid and singer CeCe Winans, and the Health and Human Services Department also has pursued television host Dr. Mehmet Oz and musician Garth Brooks for roles in the campaign
The public awareness campaign, which HHS is seeking to start airing before Election Day on Nov. 3, was largely conceived and organized by Michael Caputo, the health department’s top spokesperson who took medical leave last week and announced on Thursday that he had been diagnosed with cancer. Caputo, who has no medical or scientific background, claimed in a Facebook video on Sept. 13 that the campaign was “demanded of me by the president of the United States. Personally.”
“The Democrats — and, by the way, their conjugal media and the leftist scientists that are working for the government — are dead set against it,” Caputo told his Facebook followers in the Sept. 13 video. “They cannot afford for us to have any good news before November because they’re already losing. … They’re going to come after me because I’m going to be putting $250 million worth of ads on the air.”
Give CeCe Winans one good search on social media and it’s clear people are NOT reaction well to the news.
cece winans is a trumpkin? God bring me up im ready
— ??????. (@regalbtch) September 26, 2020
— Charles (@iused2bakecakes) September 26, 2020
Learning the news about CeCe Winans. pic.twitter.com/HZx2eEJuz7
— Happy Cowboys Fan. (@AwesomeBamon) September 26, 2020
2020 is a real bitch. Turns out that Ice Cube is a coon and I have to let go of Cece Winans too. Smh. Fix it, Black Jesus…fix it! pic.twitter.com/kd6QmEPXH7
— Blackerys Targaryen (@EbonyStarr5) September 26, 2020
I am not surprised Cece Winans supports T****. I am surprised she publicly supports him.
— Moroccan Cannon Carey stan account (@aleshiatweets) September 26, 2020
In related news, this explains why BeBe Winans was all too comfortable singing at the Republican National Convention in 2012.