CNN panel bashes Kanye West's representation of black community due to Trump support


I didn't ask about black people talking to each other. I mentioned the folks at CNN.

Yeah, the folks at CNN. Don Lemon and Bakari Sellers. Two black men, discussing another black man, with another black woman and a token white guy. Who, you might note, just sat there smiling and keeping his mouth shut, and Don Lemon even made a joke about it.

I can certainly understand why you hesitate to address that.

I'm not even sure what it is you think I'm supposed to be addressing. See, I don't think "crazy racist right winger nonsense." You people have all these absurd, nonsensical ideas about what racism is and what is racist that you've pulled out of your asses in this pathetic, sad attempt to redefine everything so that everyone (but especially black people) but you is racist.

You have to actually explain your cock-eyed, crazy rationalizations out loud, because it impossible to guess what nonsense you think makes the inane things you say actually make sense.

I know you won't, but if you'd research "Quotes of Roger Ailes" you'll find out what a complete joke Faux "Supposed" News is, and find that they have less than Zero credibility. Roger Ailes once said "What you hear on Faux may, or may not be true, but why would I air something on my station that didn't agree with my personal opinions"?
He also said "We sometimes send out reporters to interview average people on the street, and ask them political questions. What we don't tell our viewers is that these
"Average People" are actually Faux employees, and their responses were written in advance by ME". His most telling quote was "The people that watch Faux news are either too lazy or incapable of forming their own opinions, and, instead allow Faux commentators to form opinion s FOR them"

80 to 95% vote democrat so yea they have a monolithic voting block.

White vote

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look at this one and say that hispanic and black is not monolith the white split almost 50/50 but the black and hispanic went over 80 percent democrat.

That my friend makes them a monolith.

If everything else being equal vote is split 50/50 and blacks and Latinos go 80/20 then they are in effect a monolith and shaping our nation.

This is what the democrats have done. Do you think that blacks and Latinos are better then whites at deciding the fate of the nation?

If they are equal too the whites you would think they would vote much like the white.

The democrats get their vote by entitlement and by racism perpetuated against the white majority which itself is split 50/50.

LOL. You don't even know about this guy, do you? You just like him now because he wears a MAGA hat. SMH

West revealed he has bipolar disorder, and he doesn’t view it as a disadvantage. On the track “Yikes,” West’s lyrics state, “That’s my bipolar shit,” adding, “That’s my superpower n----, ain’t no disability.” He later spoke to radio host Big Boy, confirming he was “diagnosed with a mental condition.” In the interview, West emphasizes again that he feels his disorder is his super power
because it is part of what allows him to create. The 40-year-old rap
legend also hinted that his official diagnosis came recently, saying,
“I've never been diagnosed and I was like 39 years old."

“It’s just a full Ye album,” he explained, adding that all of the
albums he’d previously released weren’t on the same level as the music
he’s currently working on. “Those five albums that I dropped earlier
were like superhero rehabilitation. Now the alien Ye is fully back in
mode, off of medication, working out, breaking as much fresh air as
possible, thinking, doing, being himself.”

"Clarifying his statements, West — who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder — remarked, “When I say I’m being myself, that doesn’t mean I’m being Donald Trump, it means I’m being me and I’m punk and I can wear whatever I want ‘cause I’m a god.”