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Queer Eye Cast: If You Love Us, Vote for Biden 

Queer Eye Cast: If You Love Us, Vote for Biden 

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The Fab Five threw a virtual fundraiser for the Democratic presidential nominee.

The cast of Queer Eye is urging their fans to vote for Joe Biden.

Tan France spoke from the heart at a Tuesday virtual fundraiser for the Democratic presidential nominee with Jill Biden and her family members, stressing that the stakes are high for LGBTQ+ and other marginalized people if Donald Trump were to win a second term.

"Don't take this vote for granted," the Netflix reality star said, reports CNN. "If you can't do it for yourself, do it for the people you desperately care about. If you say that you love us Queer Eye members, every one of us five is affected by the current administration, and Joe Biden and Kamala will make it easier for us."

The fashion expert recently became a U.S. citizen. And when he votes this November, he will be thinking about how President Trump used his platform and power to "denigrate immigrants."

"I'll be thinking of the fact that I am a representative of so many things that have been so negatively portrayed over the last three and half years," France said at the event.

"We want to be respected. Muslims want to be respected, people of color want to be respected, the Black community wants to be respected, gay people want to be respected, trans people want to be respected."

The endorsement of the Queer Eye cast, combined with remarks from younger members of the Biden family, were part of the campaign's youth outreach. At the fundraiser, Finnegan Biden, the candidate's granddaughter, stressed how important it was for this demographic to not only turn out to vote, but vote blue this fall.

"Personally, not voting is enabling all of these things that we are begging to see change in. It's just as bad as voting for Trump or voting for a third-party candidate. We have to vote, and we have to take it seriously," she said.

When the U.K.-born France was sworn in as a citizen in June, he also stressed the importance of voting when he shared the news on Instagram. "And now, I will exercise my constitutional right as an American," France wrote. "Today, I will register to vote, and vote for the change I wish to see in our nation."

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