Amanda Kloots excitedly shared that she finally got her own ballot and picked the best candidates on the list.
Nick Cordero’s wife made the move a few days after criticizing President Donald Trump over his COVID-19 statement.
One month before the scheduled November general election, Amanda Kloots revealed that she already prepared herself to cast her ballot.
On Wednesday, Kloots posted a photo of her California ballot on her Instagram Stories. Her online update also showed that the 36-year-old fitness instructor already forwarded it to a voting dropbox.
“So proud to vote! I remember going with my mom to the polls so I brought Elvis!” she wrote before sharing another update.
Following the first photo, she finally unveiled a closer look at her handbag, which has the word “VOTE” in it.
Kloots then revealed that she was heading off to pass her ballot. In the end, she urged her Instagram followers to vote this year and choose the right person for the country.
What happened between Amanda Kloots and President Trump?
Before casting her ballot, Nick Cordero’s former wife slammed Trump for his unfriendly statement about COVID-19.
Since the beginning of the lockdown period, people have been calling out the leader for giving false advice to people.
This time, he, allegedly, crossed the line, causing Kloots to finally speak up.
“Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life,” Trump tweeted a few days after contracting the virus. “We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!”
Kloots husband died due to coronavirus
Kloots, whose husband died due to COVID-19 complications, stood up and slammed the president.
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I love you so much baby. It’s been three months today since you’ve passed. The 5ths will always be a bit tough for me. Not a day goes by that you aren’t thought about and missed. ⠀ Nick passed away three months ago, but COVID took my husband April 1, which is seven months ago. I realized that the other day, Elvis and I lost him seven months ago. Once he went on the ventilator he never came back. It weird to think we’ve been on our own for that long already. ⠀ Please wear a mask. Please continue to be take this seriously. ❤️
According to her, there are a lot of people who did not feel better after contracting the disease. Because of this, one should not treat COVID-19 as if it is nothing.
Her husband, an active Broadway actor, died three months after suffering from complications caused by the virus.
He also experienced being in a coma and having mini-strokes.
Unfortunately, Cordero also lost one of his legs after his doctors decided to have it amputated.
Before his death, he actually tested negative for the virus. However, the disease already had damaging effects on his body, which stopped him from recovering.
Cordero stayed in the hospital for 95 days before joining the millions of people who died due to the dreaded disease.
Featured image courtesy of Amanda Kloots’ Official Instagram account