Kanye West is about to become the Democrat Party’s worst nightmare.
In October 2019, only one year before the 2020 election, the born again rapper was speaking out against the policies of the Democrat Party that are keeping them enslaved with food stamps and literally killing their black children. West also spoke about how black Americans have been brainwashed into not believing they can think for themselves.
Kanye West created a lot of controversy in 2018, when the mega-rapper and retired NFL legend, Jim Brown, met with President Trump in the Oval Office.
Trump gave the media the opportunity to speak with Kanye West and Jim Brown about why they support his presidency before the trio left the Oval Office for a scheduled lunch meeting. West explained to the leftist media why he decided to courageously speak out about his support for Trump and conservative solutions to age-old issues, like gun violence in Chicago, mental health issues, prison reform, trade with China, and gun rights.
In a bombshell interview with GQ magazine, born-again Christian, mega-rapper, revolutionary fashion designer, husband of Kim Kardashian, and father of four, Kanye West admits that he’s never voted before and that he will cast his first vote for Donald Trump in the November 2020 election.
“I will not be told who I’m gonna vote on because of my color,” West told the magazine. “I’m definitely voting this time. And we know who I’m voting on.”
He added, “Both my parents were freedom fighters, and they used to drink from fountains they were told they couldn’t drink from, and they used to sit in restaurants where they were told they couldn’t eat from. They didn’t fight for me to be told by white people which white person I can vote on.”
The rapper went on to respond to those who thought his career would crash-and-burn after coming out as a Trump supporter.
“I’m not going to be told by the people around me and the people that have their agenda that my career is going to be over. Because guess what: I’m still here! ‘Jesus Is King’ was No. 1!”
“I was told my career would end if I wasn’t with [Hillary Clinton],” he continued. “What kind of campaign is that, anyway? That’s like if Obama’s campaign was ‘I’m with black.’ What’s the point of being a celebrity if you can’t have an opinion? Everybody make their own opinion! You know?”
West recently spoke of his admiration for Trump to the Wall Street Journal, telling the magazine that he refuses to vote Democrat simply because it is expected of him as a black man.
The Daily Mail – When asked about his support for President Donald Trump during an interview with radio host, “Big Boy” in October 2019, West explained that he doesn’t believe it is smart for black Americans to bloc vote for Democrats, claiming: ‘You are quite easily controlled if they know everybody gonna be blue [Democrat]. If you go to a white [person] bar, you gonna hear people talking Independent, you gonna hear people talking Democrat, you gonna hear people talking Republican’.
In the 2016 Presidential Election, 88 percent of black Americans voted Democrat, while only 8 percent of that same demographic voted Republican.
West went on to take a swipe at Democratic lawmakers, saying: ‘We’re [black Americans] brainwashed out here, bro. Come on, man. This is a free man talking.’
‘Democrats had us voting for Democrats with food stamps for years. What are you talking about guns in the 80s, taking the fathers out the home, Plan B, lowering our votes, making us abort children.’
West infamously expressed his support for Trump last year, visiting the Republican President at the White House and donning a red Make America Great Again cap.
When asked if he was tacitly endorsing racism with his support for Trump, West flipped the question around, saying: ‘The most racist thing a person can tell me is that I’m supposed to choose something based on my race’.
The born-again Christian remarked: ‘I’m only afraid of my daddy, God. I done been 15 years. I’m telling you that God is showing you that you can have your own thoughts, bro. I been canceled before there was cancel culture.’