Cynthia Nixon, the fabulous star from Sex and the City, has decided to spice up her routine a bit. Forget the usual Hollywood detox trends—she’s taking on a hunger strike! But this isn’t some trendy diet; oh no, it’s all for a cause.
Cynthia’s hunger strike wishlist? She’s crossing her fingers, or should we say, starving for President Biden to give the Gaza strip a break and declare a permanent ceasefire. Now, that’s what we call a hunger game-changer.
And guess who’s joining her in this hunger fiesta? Delaware State Rep. Madinah Wilson-Anton is in on the action, along with New York Rep. Zohran Mamdani, Oklahoma Rep. Mauree Turner, Virginia Rep. Sam Rasoul, and Michigan Rep. Abraham Aiyash. It’s like the Avengers, but instead of saving the world with superpowers, they’re saving it by skipping meals.
Cynthia plans to rock the hunger strike runway for a whopping two days. Yeah, you read that right—two whole days of resisting the siren call of snacks. Time magazine spilled the beans on this hunger strike extravaganza.
And why is Cynthia taking this bold step? According to her, “None of this is normal. None of this is routine and none of this can be allowed to continue.” Preach, Cynthia! We totally get it. It’s not every day that you see a TV icon turning into a hunger strike warrior.
Madinah Wilson-Anton chimed in, “We send American taxpayer money to bomb communities in Gaza, and I don’t think our president is using his leverage to the extent that he could to bring about a permanent ceasefire. We’re seeing the impact of that, which is no food, no water.” Talk about dropping truth bombs—she’s not just hungry for justice; she’s hungry for change.
Cynthia Nixon, hunger strike sensation, is taking a stand for a serious cause. Who knew fighting for justice could be this entertaining? Move over, Hollywood drama; there’s a new script in town, and it’s called “The Hungry Crusaders for Ceasefire.”