I’m not a big fan of the Kardashians. And I’m not a big fan of Kanye West. I don’t care much about what celebrities think. So I don’t actually care that Kanye has suddenly discovered Trump.
But I do enjoy watching the Left contort itself in response to West’s musings. I especially love watching Progressives attack West in an effort to force him back into line, or onto the Plantation, depending on your take on the matter. In a world dominated by identity politics, the Left cannot afford to have any Black celebrities stray from the party line. Progressives cannot afford to have a Black celebrity ask the obvious question: how did Obama’s hometown of Chicago fare after eight years of his presidency? Given the current state of politics on the Left, that question cannot even be asked, let alone answered.
West proclaimed that the mob ‘can’t make me not love’ Trump and praised the President’s ‘dragon energy’.
‘You don’t have to agree with trump but the mob can’t make me not love him,’ he wrote.
‘We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes us individuals.’
He later revealed that his MAGA hat is signed by the President himself, posting a picture of the accessory, which itself prompted another reply from Trump which simply read: ‘MAGA!’
Trump later retweeted the message and wrote: ‘Thank you Kanye, very cool!’
Later on Wednesday evening, West turned his attention to former president Barack Obama, tweeting: ‘Obama was in office for eight years and nothing in Chicago changed.’ However, he declared his respect for Hillary Clinton, writing ‘I love Hillary