On Thursday, Kanye West had an interview with Tucker Carlson and the rapper made it clear he’d been red-pilled on many issues. He also seemed more at peace than in the past. He was speaking whatever he wanted to say and didn't care about what the left might criticize him after they went crazy after he and Candace Owens wore a “White Lives Matter” shirt.
West began by talking about his pro-life beliefs and that abortion had claimed many lives of black people.
“I’m pro-life … there’s more black babies being aborted than born in New York City at this point. 50% of black death in America is abortion. So I really don’t care about people’s responses, I perform for an audience of one, and that’s God.”
Kanye stated that he'd been scolded and threatened for his wearing of a MAGA hat as well as his latest offense to the left when he wore the “White Lives Matter” shirt. But that didn't stop him.
“I think I started to really feel this need to express myself on another level when Trump was running for office and I liked him. And every single person in Hollywood… My so-called friends/ handlers around me told me said that if I like Trump my career would be over. That my life would be over. They said stuff like people get killed for wearing a hat like that. They threatened my life. They basically said that I would be killed for wearing the hat. I had someone call me last night and said anybody wearing a White Lives Matter shirt is going to be green lit. That means that they are going to beat them up if they wear it. I’m like okay, green light me then…God builds warriors in a different way…He made me for such a time as this…We have God on our side. Even if you don’t believe in God, God believes in you.
When asked why he wore his White Lives Matter shirt, he explained, “Because they do.”
West ripped apart the “liberal Nazis” that will target people and attempt to prevent you from departing from their narrative.
He continued to discuss why he liked President Donald Trump, “All the values, the conservative values, just line up. Come on man, Trump’s the sh*t. He has his own buildings.”
However, he wasn't a fan of Josh Kushner, Jared Kushner's brother. He was worried that Josh and other people weren't doing all they were able to in support of “his boy, Trump.” He admitted that Trump was not perfect but that “Trump wanted nothing but the best for this country.” The point was significant: the fake people were usually the smooth ones, but “the realest people are going to make you feel uncomfortable at first.”
This is just some of the highlights of Thursday's show. However, there's going to be Part 2 on Friday. The left has already started to respond negatively since the first episode, and they'll be pulling their hair out by the time Friday’s part airs rolls. It's obvious that he's red-pilled, partially by God and a lot by Trump. He's not a perfect human being, any more than Trump or other people are. However, he's one of many who are looking at the policies that the left is promoting and declaring “Enough already. Don't get any more insane.” He is just one of many, though not famous, who are expected to come out in large numbers in November to set the principles in motion by their vote.