Kanye's the new Gaffester
From Aaron Thomas
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on Wednesday, July 08, 2020 17:55:00
Kanye says he's "No longer a Trump supporter." He says this is "Because of Trump's response to the riots."
I guess Kanye thinks he could have done a better job with that issue, and maybe he could have done a better job with that issue if he were president. But the part that annoys me is him saying "I'm no longer a Trump supporter" instead of saying "Trump did a poor job addressing the riots."
If Kanye abandons ship this easily, then he can forget about me voting for him in any primary. That's a hot-head. I like the Kanye who spoke with Trump like a gentleman, but not the Kanye who talks too much duing the big election. A Republican who walks all over his own party looks a lot more like a Democrat in disguise.
He mentioned he wanted to run for president in 2020, but that was probably not very profitable to say, so now he's 'meddling' with Trump's 2024 election. And now, suddenly, Kanye finally announces his position on some of his "policies," which include revoking the death penalty; something that won't sit well with most Republicans.
I think he even blabbed something about "I might run on a different ticket." Which is another annoying thing that people do. He sounds like he just wants to take whatever easy route he can, and "wing-it." We all know what happens to candidates who do that.
The poor guy just needs more attention I think. He should run for state assembly in my district, I'll vote him in for that :)
--- Renegade vY2Ka2
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