If you want to know the truth about liberal hypocrisy and discrimination and how truly dangerous it is to freedom of thought in America, take a look at Kanye West.
Kayne has faced a huge backlash from the left for supporting Trump and he is breaking his silence over the treatment and it is not a good look for the left.
“It reminded me of how I felt as a black guy before I was famous, when I would walk in a restaurant and people would look at you like you were going to steal something,” Kayne said in a devastating indictment of all things liberal.
“I’m a black guy with a red [MAGA] hat, can you imagine?” West says.
“It reminded me of how I felt as a black guy before I was famous, when I would walk in a restaurant and people would look at you like you were going to steal something.
‘This is your place, Ye, don’t talk about apparel. This is your place, Ye, you’re black, so you’re a Democrat.’ ”
The 21-time Grammy winner goes on to point out that his financial and celebrity status hasn’t protected him in life.
“Everything is about putting people in their place. Classism, protectionism—not just racism,” West adds.
“Classism is like living on a bookshelf. The more money you have, the higher you go. And you get to the top and look over and what do you see? Fear.”
And while others might be paralyzed by that fear, West uses it as a driving factor in life, especially when it comes to his design projects.
“I do not like the word ambitious. I’m Kanye West. The word ambitious is beneath my abilities,” says West. “I’m just a doer.”
“You can see in my eyes there’s not one bit of fear,” he insists.
West has long spoken out about his love of Trump, even though — as he tells WSJ. Magazine — he does not follow politics and is not even registered to vote.
The two famously got together at the White House in October 2018 to talk tax cuts, prison reform, mental health and racism.
Then, in a series of tweets in April 2018, West called the former Celebrity Apprentice host “my brother,” writing, “You don’t have to agree with Trump but the mob can’t make me not love him. 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. And we have the right to independent thought.”
He reiterated that loyalty in another tweetstorm last January. “They will not program me,” West wrote. “Blacks are 90 percent Democrats. That sounds like control to me.”
“One of my favorite of many things about what the Trump hat represents to me is that people can’t tell me what to do because I’m black,” West said.
“We will change the world. God is on my side. I am a Christian. I am a tax payer. I am myself. God is with us.”