Rapper, public figure, and significant other to really, really public figure Kim Kardashian Kanye West has been in the news quite frequently here of late, and it’s created quite a stir, as always. Kanye West has always been a fixture in the news since he reached superstardom, and nothing has changed. However, the tactics have.
There’s a lot to analyze here. Kanye’s controversial support of Donald Trump has drawn massive headlines, but his message isn’t really as crazy as the mainstream media would like for you to believe. Then, his sudden distancing himself from “Blexit,” the media-appointed name for the call for African Americans to leave the Democratic Party (which has done absolutely nothing for them) and join the Republican Party (which has done absolutely nothing for them), has only added to the controversy. Now, let’s get down to what is Kanye all about and where did all this mess come from.
Make America Great Again — Kanye West’s New Slogan
Donning (isn’t that an appropriate verb) that now infamous red hat, Kanye has been very vocal in his support for President Donald Trump and not just after he won the election. He also has expressed his love for Hillary Clinton, the Donald’s competitor in the election. Kanye loves everybody. However, he has run into a pretty momentous backlash after on a rant on Saturday Night Live in which the actors now claim false imprisonment, and an actual meeting with President Trump in the Oval Office which has now become the ultimate Uncle Tom meme fodder.
The latest in this controversy is the “Blexit” movement. It is a movement that doesn’t actually exist. Almost no one believes that African Americans are likely to change their voting habits. For starters, a huge percentage of them don’t vote. Those that do tend to lean Democratic and what Kanye and Trump are right about is that they have absolutely no fact-based reason for doing so. They just do. Like we state before tongue-in-cheek, the reality is that neither party gives a flying you-know-what about African Americans. They might as well flip a coin, or even better yet, save that gas money and just stay at the house.
We Need a “Poliexit” Not a “Blexit”
If you’ve been paying attention so far, we have pointed out on two totally separate occasions that the Democratic Party and the Republican Party (which we at Common Sense Conspiracy will always argue are one and the same) both don’t care about African Americans. That sucks, I guess, but we want to clarify our comments. It’s not just an African American problem. It’s an American problem.
See, the same can be said for whites or Native Americans, or whatever other ethnic group you want to dream up. The Republican Party has never done anything for them either. Nor has the Democratic Party. At least not in recent memory, that’s for sure. The reality is that Kanye is right, but he should distance himself from this so-called “Blexit.”
We don’t need African Americans to leave the Democratic Party and join the Republican one. We need for Americans to join “Poliexit” where they reject two political parties that have very obviously been colluding against the American public for decades now. It’s time to turn them all out and find a better way.
Kanye probably doesn’t understand that all the way, but he is actually a lightning rod for free thought. That counts for a lot in our book.
Kanye’s Message Actually Mostly Makes Sense
It’s fascinating to watch, really. A prominent and famous African American asks the President of the United States about a lot of critical issues, and he is ridiculed and called crazy. Meanwhile, an awful lot of what Kanye had to say makes perfect sense, if you stop carrying your party flag. Kanye spoke out against some things that have been wrong about the political and judicial system since the beginning of the United States. He gets absolutely 100% zero credit for this. As a matter of fact, it’s quite the opposite. Kanye has been written off as crazy by the mainstream media because he has at least kind of sorta sided with Donald Trump.
Remarkably, in all the voices we see right now, Kanye’s might be the most coherent.
But Isn’t Kanye Illuminati?
There are plenty of theories that both Kanye West and his superstar wife Kim are big-time Illuminati members. We all remember the famous spectacle when Kanye interrupted Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards to give his public endorsement that Beyonce should have won her award. That has long been labelled as the moment a new Illuminati priestess was appointed. Taylor’s (and Beyonce’s for that matter) success certainly seem to validate this theory.
Is Kanye still that figure? Does that even make sense?
Ironically, yes. The Illuminati would take probably take more pride in his newsworthiness than anything else. To the Illuminati, Kanye only matters as long as he has an audience and an outreach. He has proven with his stands for making America great again that he still has that appeal.
See, it doesn’t matter if they are mad or not. What matters is they are still talking about you.