“Kanye West tore a hole in the fabric of reality this weekend by recognizing the wisdom of YouTuber Candace Owens in the most publicly unfiltered way possible, via Twitter,” the street artists said in a statement.
“Donald Trump has proved to all Americans that clarity of vision and the ability to persuade are much stronger assets for a President than political experience. Kanye appears to get this more than anyone else out there,” the statement said, adding, “Candace Owens is fighting for individual sovereignty, self-responsibility and being recognized by Kanye is a watershed moment for this country. We don’t know if Kanye wants to be President, Trump has proved that it creates a huge amount of enemies, but recognizing universal cultural truths is something that cultural icons are better at than politicians, it’s how they build success.”
Chance the Rapper: ‘Black People Don’t Have to Be Democrats’
Kanye West: ‘Obama was in Office Eight Years and Nothing in Chicago Changed’
The progressives and racist's are going insane, the blacks are starting to leave the plantation. The awakening has begun ...................
The SJWs of the left demand absolute compliance to maintain relevance in the social sphere, you see.
But Kanye West is bucking them nonetheless. Among his sometimes free association Twitter feed, he had the audacity to tweet, "I love the way Candace Owens thinks."
If rap superstar Kanye West had intended to knock the left off its axis, he did. His extraordinary man-bites-dog twitter storm blasting President Obama and professing his love for President Trump shook the Internet, quite unlike anything I have ever seen.
Are you strong enough to hold your views and withstand group think?
Example: Science consensus is social science group think vs. Scientific data taken and applied honestly with truthful results reported by a scientist who bucks the social Scientist group think.
What's your point?
Must not like the "New" Country either ;^)
This is not a small thing given how our society works with famous people worship and twitter.
We may think his “music” is garbage, but if it resonates with his fans, and there are millions, this may be just the kind of stuff that gets them thinking.
Exactly, gflight. Payback for Cosby's truth-to-commies comments.
Idyll X 2.
Now you tell me. What the fuq can' they see that is wrong with this picture?
Trump is right. When you got nothing you got nothing to lose. Try something else.
Typical Democrat and liberal media attacks on conservatives no matter who they are.
The big switch theory is lie my friend. The Democratic Party did not switch. Dinesh D'Souza debunked that in 2mins watch ????https://t.co/XliLU9kSOE— Deplorable Melissa (@sweetatertot2) April 30, 2018
Let’s take back the color Blue for the Right.— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) April 30, 2018
This is what the REAL “Blue Wave” looks like. @charliekirk11 and @RealCandaceO met with @kanyewest today to plan how to bring back Freedom of Speech to America.
Ready for the Tsunami?? pic.twitter.com/zj88iOcKGE
But, I'd love to see it have an impact.
Rap Superstar Kanye West described former President Barack Obama as the “opioids” of the black community, during an interview with TMZ’s Harvey Levin on Tuesday. “Obama was our opioids. It made us feel like everything was good,” he said during the interview.
Kanye West said Obama was held in such a high regard that it alienated himself from the lower class.
“The class war is one of the reasons why Trump won, because Obama was so high class that it stopped speaking to the middle and the lower class,” he said. “He’s so classy, and to break the class system, we have to start by loving ourselves.”
West said that he felt that Hollywood and the media had created a perception that black men had to be perfect, just like Obama, to be successful.
“This perfect idea of a superhero with Obama, or Michael Jordan — I want to show people that it is ok to screw up, and you still can make it through things,” he said.
West said that his friends had been texting and emailing him repeatedly about the things that Trump had done, but he reminded them that Obama had done some of the same things.
“Black people have a tendency to focus and march when a white person kills a black person or wears a hat, but when it’s 700 kids being killed in Chicago it’s O.K. … There’s been more focus and more marches about whites killing blacks than kids in Chicago killing each other,” he said.
His words are currently making the left have a come-apart, I'll take it. If some of his followers open their mind a little and realize the world view they have been fed might not be real, great.
It's happening. Suddenly, a lot of young black men aren't all in for the Democrats anymore.
Black men's approval for Donald Trump has absolutely doubled, according to a new Reuters poll, and his overall support among blacks has risen sharply. This seismic shift just happens to coincide with rap superstar Kanye West's break with the Hollywood left, coupled with his open admiration for Donald Trump. According to the Daily Caller:
A poll taken on April 22, 2018 had Trump's approval rating among black men at 11 percent, while the same poll on April 29, 2018 pegged the approval rating at 22 percent. It should be noted that Reuters only sampled slightly under 200 black males each week and slightly under 3,000 people overall.
Trump experienced a similar jump in approval among black people overall, spiking from 8.9 percent on April 22 to 16.5 percent on April 29.
Kanye made his remarks on April 25, and much of the left panicked, calling him a sell-out, a traitor to his race, and other typical epithets black people who don't toe the Democratic Party line have endured for years. Kanye responded by doubling down, posting a picture of himself with an autographed MAGA cap, and calling Trump his "brother."
What this poll represents is Democrats' worst nightmare coming true. Their black voting base, which has been taken for granted for years, is suddenly in play, and in a year when Democrats have assured themselves that they have the retaking of Congress in the bag. Black turnout is what put Barack Obama in office in 2008, and now even black support is no longer a given for them.
It's probably not Kanye alone who is responsible for this, given the stunningly improved state of the Trump economy, where black unemployment has dropped to historic lows. But Kanye was probably the activator. Black people can see that their job prospects are the best in history; they can see the bigger paychecks; they can relate to Kanye's recent remarks that Barack Obama did zilch for the black community in his hometown of Chicgo; and suddenly, Kanye's break makes sense to them, just as it does to an extreme individualist like Kanye. It all falls into place.
The shift in black opinion represents a major break in the cultural firewall that has kept black people from embracing the Republican Party and left them taken for granted by Democrats. Do Democrats pay any attention to widespread black views on gay marriage or transgenderism, for example? Do they pay any attention to whether black teenagers need jobs and how calls for minimum wage hikes shut them out of the market? Do Democrats pay any attention to how gun-free zones facilitate violence in black neighborhoods in places such as Chicago? Do they pay any attention to how illegal immigration has driven down the wages of black unskilled workers? Not in the least: The only thing they ask themselves is where else black people can go – and well, now they have their answer, because Kanye opened that door.
Kanye's own bad experiences with self-centered, rude Democrats such as President Obama, as well as his pleasant experiences with President Trump, probably had much to do with his own epiphany, as did his concern about the sufferings of black people by violence in Chicago. But it wasn't just a loud endorsement of President Trump that went on with his series of tweets. He not only broke the barrier to blacks supporting Republicans, but did two other things to change perceptions. He made a massive series of tweets about the importance of "love" and how he is centering his life on "love" (and talking like that takes a lot of courage), and he tweeted a lot about thinking freely. Both of these things went a long way to breaking the perception among blacks and others that Republicans are hateful and that Republicans are narrow-minded. If it's all about love, why shun the Republicans?
Kanye's one of us. And he's bringing the party with him
In the spirit of that movement, Detroit radio station 105.1 The Bounce has announced that going forward West’s music is blacklisted.