Khloé Kardashian fires back after fan says family didn't 'push the vote' in election

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Khloé Kardashian has hit back at a Twitter user who said that her family didn't "push the vote" in the US presidential election.

This comes after the model and reality star took to the microblogging website to share her feelings about the political event; the results of which have not yet been finalized.

"I haven't slept," she wrote on Wednesday morning. "Anxiety on a 10 10 10."

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"I am seeing that so many people were unable to sleep because of the election," she wrote in another tweet. "Even people not from this country. Many are riddled with nerves."

"Try to take care of yourselves today," she added. "30 mins of praying or meditation may help. We will all get through this together. We have to."

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While Khloé's admission about her election anxiety did receive a largely positive response, one person used it as an opportunity to slam America's First Family of reality television for not using their influence to push the vote.

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"Not being funny, but you and your family are huge influencers and I haven't seen any of you try and push the vote," the Twitter user said.

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However, it wasn't long before the 36-year-old responded to the comment.

"My family and I have encouraged the importance of voting, registering to vote and using your platforms," she wrote. "We have been posting for weeks where people can register. Where people can vote. We have made it super simplistic/easy."

"Please be fully informed before you make untrue claims," the mother-of-one added.

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This comes after the family posted various content to their social media encouraging their considerable following to vote on election day.

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An Instagram story.
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Kim Kardashian also encouraged her followers to vote on a number of occasions prior to election day.

She captioned the Instagram post below: "190 Million seriously I love u guys so much!!! I appreciate you all more than you know! Please VOTE! You have the power to change your future!"

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While the Kardashian-Jenner clan publically endorsed Hilary Clinton in 2016, for the 2020 presidential election, none of them have publicly announced who they voted for.

Khloé Kardashian fires back after fan says family didn't 'push the vote' in election

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By VT

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Khloé Kardashian has hit back at a Twitter user who said that her family didn't "push the vote" in the US presidential election.

This comes after the model and reality star took to the microblogging website to share her feelings about the political event; the results of which have not yet been finalized.

"I haven't slept," she wrote on Wednesday morning. "Anxiety on a 10 10 10."

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/khloekardashian/status/1324001112651825153]]

"I am seeing that so many people were unable to sleep because of the election," she wrote in another tweet. "Even people not from this country. Many are riddled with nerves."

"Try to take care of yourselves today," she added. "30 mins of praying or meditation may help. We will all get through this together. We have to."

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/khloekardashian/status/1324002197764366336]]

While Khloé's admission about her election anxiety did receive a largely positive response, one person used it as an opportunity to slam America's First Family of reality television for not using their influence to push the vote.

[[instagramwidget||https://www.instagram.com/p/CG58ZzUhnUC/]]

"Not being funny, but you and your family are huge influencers and I haven't seen any of you try and push the vote," the Twitter user said.

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/NadiaHart1/status/1324005106296279041]]

However, it wasn't long before the 36-year-old responded to the comment.

"My family and I have encouraged the importance of voting, registering to vote and using your platforms," she wrote. "We have been posting for weeks where people can register. Where people can vote. We have made it super simplistic/easy."

"Please be fully informed before you make untrue claims," the mother-of-one added.

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/khloekardashian/status/1324035159327350785]]

This comes after the family posted various content to their social media encouraging their considerable following to vote on election day.

An image of Kourtney Kardashian
[[imagecaption|| Credit: Instagram / Kourtney Kardashian]]
An Instagram story.
[[imagecaption|| Credit: Instagram / Kourtney Kardashian]]

Kim Kardashian also encouraged her followers to vote on a number of occasions prior to election day.

She captioned the Instagram post below: "190 Million seriously I love u guys so much!!! I appreciate you all more than you know! Please VOTE! You have the power to change your future!"

[[instagramwidget||https://www.instagram.com/p/CGU_iFFAi7W/]]

While the Kardashian-Jenner clan publically endorsed Hilary Clinton in 2016, for the 2020 presidential election, none of them have publicly announced who they voted for.