"I just want to remind you that it was a little over three weeks," she says in the video. "Trump already orders the workers of the federal government to return to work without getting paid. This is serious. Now our country is in a hell of a hole.
Cardi B says she feels troublesome and helpless when stopping.
"I feel we have to take some action," she says. "I do not know what kind of action … because it's not what I'm doing, but … I'm scared."
Several hours after she published the video at Instagram, she had more than 8 million posts, and some of her nearly 40 million followers applauded her for using her political solution platform. Others have left comments on how the suspension has affected their households.
As video makes circles in social media, some democratic lawmakers wondering aloud whether they should share it.
"Trying to decide whether to play or rewrite the video of Cardi B," said Brian Shaz of Hawaii.
"Oh, I had the same argument with myself 30 minutes ago!" Serek Chris Murphy of Connecticut entered.
He was eager to see if they would, Senate minority leader Chuck Sumer made his famous feelings.
"Guys, I still hold my breath, will you run RT Cardi B or not?" he said. Schatz told him they had decided not to share it because "he would not be a senator."