Overnight Sunday artists struck Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City with posters of Kanye West featuring President Trump’s 2020 campaign slogan, “Keep America Great.”
The posters were accompanied by the hashtag, “#Kanye2024.”
The posters first appeared outside Universal Music Group’s Santa Monica headquarters. They were discovered at Palisades High School, the old stomping grounds of Wil.I.Am.
The posters with the conservative counter-culture message were also plastered around New York City and Chicago, rounding out the nation’s three biggest metropolises.
The artist made a statement to the public:
Kanye West tore a hole in the fabric of reality this weekend by recognizing the wisdom of YouTuber Candace Owens in the most publicly unfiltered way possible, via Twitter. Donald Trump has proved to all Americans that clarity of vision and the ability to persuade are much stronger assets for a President than political experience. Kanye appears to get this more than anyone else out there. Candace Owens is fighting for individual sovereignty, self-responsibility and being recognized by Kanye is a watershed moment for this country. We don’t know if Kanye wants to be President, Trump has proved that it creates a huge amount of enemies, but recognizing universal cultural truths is something that cultural icons are better at than politicians, it’s how they build success.
West kicked a hornet’s nest by refusing to apologize for his perceived support of President Donald Trump.
After the 2016 election, West made a visit and posed for pictures with the president-elect at Trump Tower. He appears to be doubling down on his love for the president affirming in a conversation with Ebro Darden “I do love Donald Trump.”
The weekend started with Kanye tweeting out his support for conservative personality Candace Owens. The mainstream mega-star posted, “I love the way Candace Owens thinks.”
I love the way Candace Owens thinks
West’s weekend continued with the media swearing they were hearing dog whistles as West made references to “global consciousness” and “the psychological zombie effect.”
Darden spoke directly with West, and went on the radio to describe the conversation about politics.
“We went back and forth about a number of things. I told him I thought he was corny for cash. Being in the lobby of Trump Tower, I thought that was a coon move, cooning for cash. And he was like, ‘Why, you think I’m gonna make more money because I’m saying the things I’m saying?’ I said, ‘Yes, because the bankers an the executives and the right-wing folks and the audience that wants to hear a black man say these things, to separate himself from other black people will celebrate that…
Then he said, ‘I do love Donald Trump.’ Kanye West. Quote. ‘I do love Donald Trump.'”
Alex Jones has given Kanye an invitation for an appearance on InfoWars.
West also spent much of Monday spamming his own Twitter feed, which has over 15 million followers (as of press time), with video clips from a Scott Adams presentation discussing the artist’s powerful statements that he feels are the genesis for a massive political awakening in the country, and world.
View photos of the posters in New York City below
Pawl Bazile is Patriotism Correspondent for DANGEROUS and Production Director for Proud Boy Magazine. He tweets at @PawlBazile.
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