All summer long, Kylie Jenner kept her followers spirts up the best way she knows how -- with glorious thirst trap bikini pics.
Sure, a pandemic has claimed more than 200,000 American lives, and the foundations of American democracy are crumbling all around us, but we still have Kylie twerking in a bikini and offering a beacon of hope in the darkness, like some sort of sexy Statue of Liberty.
The main purpose of Kylie's quarantine content was to entertain her followers and offer up some much-needed distraction, but when she's called upon to help save the world, the 23-year-old mogul always rises to the occasion.
First the surgeon general called upon Kylie to help spread the word about social distancing.
(Considering most of her bikinis are about the same size as the average face mask, she's the perfect person to call when you need to spread the word about the importance of strapping on a very tiny piece of fabric.)
Now, like some sort of semi-nude Batman, this perfectly-toned billionaire is once again joining the fight against the unstoppable villain that is 2020.
Kylie posted the photo below this week, and at first glance, it might seem to be just another pic of Kylie glistening outside of her $36 million mansion.
But the caption reveals that Stormi's mom had an honorable ulterior motive for displaying her oiled-up curves to the world.
"But are you registered to vote? click the link in my bio.. let’s make a plan to vote together," she wrote.
It's the question of the year, and with registration deadlines fast approaching, many celebs are encouraging their fans to make sure they're eligible to vote in the most important election of any American's lifetime.
For the most part, the comments were supportive -- after all, who could have beef with bikini pics and voter registration?
But this is social media in 2020, so of course, a handful of nay-sayers had to rain on the parade.
"Ain’t nobody thinking about voting with you in this," one commenter wrote.
That's actually a pretty valid point, but you have to get the people's attention somehow.
"How much they paying you?" another person asked, and -- well, we don't even understand that one, to be honest.
How much is ... voting paying her?
Not only is the comment nonsensical, it's insulting.
For one, the world's youngest self-made billionaire is not exactly hard-up for cash.
On top of that, the suggestion here seems to be that Kylie is some vapid influencer who doesn't post anything unless she's getting paid for it.
Say what you will about them, the Kardashian-Jenner clan actually has a long history of engaging with important social issues, and it seems that Kylie wishes to keep that tradition going.
"They want people to be distracted and not to show up," Kylie wrote on Instagram back in June.
"If you live in one of the 9 states holding elections today, vote out the people who do not align with your beliefs if you want real change."
Folks, you can't accuse her of self-promotion on this one.
Kylie clearly just wants young people to get to the polls -- even though Kanye will thankfully not be on the ballot.