Kanye: Trump Supporters Bullied, 'Treated Like Enemies Of America'
David Letterman's interview with rapper Kanye West leads to an enlightening conversation about Trump supporters getting bullied and media groupthink that liberals like Letterman don't often get to hear. After talking about mental health, Kanye mentions the media bullying the masses to think certain ways, saying, "We’re, like, completely bullied by the media, both celebrities and the masses, to think certain things and have group thought… we're driven crazy." Kanye's said in the past that wearing a Make America Great Again hat is about showing liberal bullies he's not afraid to speak his mind. He points out that there are plenty of diverse people out there who support Trump but they hide it because they are too afraid:
“We don’t all have to feel the same way about things. This is my thing with Trump. We don’t have to feel the same way, but we have the right to feel what we feel, and we have the right to have a conversation, a dialogue, not a diatribe about it. Like, say, when I wear the hat, it’s not about politics. It’s not about policies. For me, once again: fear. I got people that I work with, black, female, all different types of people that I work with that love Trump, voted for Trump, scared for [their] life to tell anyone.” -- Of course, Letterman, lefty demagogue that he is, starts spouting off about voter suppression and Trump hurting people. Kanye then goes further explaining about how people are afraid to wear a MAGA hat for fear of being bullied and beat up, and saying that Trump supporters are "treated like enemies of America.”
Kanye: The idea is the bullying.
David: Who’s the bully in this scenario?
Kanye: Well, definitely liberals bully people who are Trump supporters. It’s not just calm. You can’t just go and wear the hat. You can’t just go, it’s like, “Fuck you!” Like it’s like… bro, I have… People, the thing is, in America, we have rights, and we have rights to open the conversation.
David: Well, nobody’s arguing that there shouldn’t be an ongoing conversation. I don’t think you meet any resistance there. Things need to be talked about.
Obviously, Letterman is wrong on this. Trump supporters are shunned and treated like they don't deserve to even be a part of the national conversation. The media buy into this and push their narrative that automatically assumes anyone wearing a MAGA hat must be a bigoted bully (think of the news reaction to the Covington Kids and Jussie Smollett). Kanye can be off the wall sometimes, but it’s still nice to see a celebrity not afraid to speak up against the liberal media and trigger them by wearing a MAGA hat in public.
NewsBusters: Kanye Tells Letterman: Trump Supporters Bullied, 'Treated Like Enemies of America'
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Drive-By Shooting During Kanye West, Tekashi69 Video Shoot In Beverly Hills
Kanye West has been in and out of politics, including a visit to the White House with Trump, in recent months, and Tekashi has been in the news for a litany of different legal issues.
Now, they can’t even try to shoot a music video without massive problems happening. It’s not like they were filming this in some dangerous neighborhood. They were in Beverly Hills! How much safer do you want to get? It’s one of the richest parts of the country. I would never expect something like this to happen.
It’s also worth noting that if I were Kanye West, I would have security everywhere and armored vehicles. It’s a dangerous world, and I’m sure there are plenty of nut jobs out there who aren’t too pleased with his recent political actions. It’s always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your safety.
On a bit of a side note, I can’t wait to see a music video with this trio in it. It’s bound to be extremely entertaining.
The Leftist NPCs are in full force following their programming to the T. How does one stand strong and defiant in these times? Louie Bee got some advice for that ass. Also further calling out of certain elements of the right!
President Trump Holds Meeting With Kanye West at Oval Office 10/11/18
As Kanye West‘s wild White House meeting with President Trump continued apace, there was, of course, a fiery back and forth with reporters. Kanye West thinks Hillary Clinton‘s 2016 campaign slogan doesn’t exactly make him feel like a manly man. Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ slogan, on the other hand, he claimed, makes him feel like a testosterone sufficient superhero who would play catch with his son. The artist who recently Twitter-declared he wishes to be known as ‘Ye’ made his comments while in the Oval Office where he met with President Donald Trump to discuss gang violence and prison reform on Thursday. Yet, not one to waste an opportunity to fire off an impromptu soliloquy (who can forget West’s unaired pro-Trump rant on the season opener of L), the hip hop star also used the time to get some things off his chest about Hillary Clinton, his mental illness and apparently his political ambitions. While wearing his MAGA hat inside the Oval Office, Kanye first said he loves Hillary Clinton because “I love everyone, right?” Following West’s marathon speech in the Oval Office, he was faced questions about what he said about former president George W. Bush not caring about black people, and why he thinks Trump is different. The rapper responded by saying he was “programmed to think from a victimized mentality” before launching into a spiel about racial tensions and the condition of African Americans around the country. “Liberals would try to control a black person through the concept of rasm because we know we’re very proud emotional people,” West said. “So when I said I like Trump to like someone that’s liberal, they’ll say, ‘oh, but he’s racist.’ You think racim can control me? Oh, that don’t stop me. That’s an invisible wall.” As West talked about his views on economics, education and the prison system, he was eventually asked for his thoughts on gun violence and the Second Amendment. “The problem is illegal gs,” Illegal g is the problem, not legal guns. We have the right to bear arms!” The discussion continued to address things like stop and frisk, West’s view that “time is a myth,” and whether its possible to get Trump and Colin Kaepernick to appear at the Super Bowl wearing “Make America Great” hats. Rapper Kanye West delivered an unfiltered, rambling ten-minute speech in his first Oval Office visit at the White House on Thursday. The meeting was supposed to center on prison reform. However, Kanye West, wearing a "Make American Great Again" hat, touched on several topics, including his bipolar disorder, abolishing the 13th amendment, the economy, Chicago's and jobs. He was seated alongside former star Jim Brown, who had also come to the White House to talk about prison reform. Here are a few of West's quotes from his Oval Office meeting: On voting for Trump: "My dad and my mom separated so there was not a lot of male energy in my home and also I’m married to a family where, you know, there’s not a lot of male energy. It’s beautiful though." On Trump's support from African Americans: "Blacks really get caught up in the idea of racism over the idea of industry." On racism: "Racim can't control me." On his mental health: "I wasn't bipolar, I had sleep deprivation that could cause dementia." On his speech: “You are tasting a fine wine that has multiple notes to it." On Trump wanting to implement stop-and-frisk in Chicago: "Well, I feel stop-and-frisk does not help the relationship with people in the city." On bringing jobs to Chicago: "We're going to need to get a few (tax) breaks to be able to have some places in my hometown of Chicago...where we can create some factories. I think it would be cool for them be Trump factories because he's a master of industry, he's a master builder. I think it would be cool to have Yezzy ideation centers." When asked about Chicago's gun violence: "The problem is the legal guns. Legal guns is [sic] the problem." When asked about a possible presidential run: "Let’s stop worrying about the future, all we really have is today." On Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan: “Another thing is black people have a problem with the word again...because time is a myth." On being in the Oval Official: “Oh, it is good energy in this."
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CNN's Alisyn Camerota is very, very worried about Kanye West. Kanye performed on Saturday Night Live this past weekend, and at the end of the show said a few truths about the state of the black community, the Democrats' role in its destruction, and why he supports Donald Trump. Now, Alisyn readily admits she didn't see Kanye's remarks, but she openly wondered whether or not Kanye has gone off the deep end...again.
I'll break down the short segment she did on CNN's "New Day" on Monday. I'll also tell you why it's part of a cleverly crafted effort to minimize the impact Kanye West-and Donald Trump-can have on the black community.
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