Kanye's Bid To Help Trump In November
Updated: Mar 5
Billionaire and rapper Kanye West announced his candidacy for president on arguably the most patriotic day in American history, July 4th. Kanye’s announcement, via twitter, quickly made waves across the world and many people questioned why is he running. He has already missed the deadline to appear on the ballot of five state and has yet to file any paperwork with the Federal Elections Commission. We know that Kanye has mentioned he would like to run for president in the past during an interview and the crowd instantly started laughing at him. Many people are speculating that this is a desperate attempt to boost the sales of his upcoming album ‘God’s Country’ while others believe he is trying to take away the African American voted from Joe Biden to help Donald Trump get reelected.
On July 4, 2020 Kanye West tweeted he would be running for president in this upcoming election using the hashtag #2020vision. Kanye is running under a party that has never been heard of before, the “Birthday” Party. West is running under this party “Because when we win, it’s everybody’s birthday”. In a recent article by Forbes Kanye claims to have been in contact with space extraordinaire, Elon Musk, about being the head of his space program. He later claims that his running mate will be Michelle Tidball, a preacher based in Wyoming. This is no surprise due to West holding Sunday services himself. West shares his views on vaccines and gets very real and religious with his answers during an interview with usatoday by saying he believes the vaccines are the mark of the beast so it seems Kanye is not as crazy as everyone makes him out to be.
There has been allegations rising that Kanye West is only running to take the African American vote from Joe Biden so Trump will win in a landslide. However, recently Kanye West has denounced his support for President Trump publicly. West continued on to say he does not support the president because of how "I don’t like that I caught wind that he hid in the bunker" referring to when the president was escorted due to the racial-justice protest outside of the White House in May. Since Kanye's announcement, there has not been a lot of endorsements thrown his way. His wife, Kim Kardashian-West, along with space pal, Elon Musk showed their support on twitter. Kanye seems to be behind the campaign trail a bit, given he has not filed the paperwork to the Federal Election Committee, cannot run in five states and has almost no major endorsers; but no fear for there is 2024.
The 43 year old rapper has also dropped hints that if he does not become president in 2020 then he would run in 2024. In November 2019 at the Fast Company Innovation Festival in New York City, Kanye West announced his interest in running for the highest position in American politics. He talks about his plans to move manufacturing back to North and South America, creating more jobs. This sounds exactly like President Trump's campaign message who won, respectively. it seems to me that Kanye is more prepared to run in 2024 than in this November's election. Further supporting the idea of Kanye only running to swoop in to steal any votes he can from Joe Biden to help Trump retain office.
With 27 presidential candidates dropping out of the race (24 democratic) Americans were left with only two options. I think it is safe to say Kanye running for president is doing nothing but helping Trump to get reelected given the facts above. So everyone get ready for another four years of MAGA and let the Trump train keep on rolling.
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