Kanye West Destroys Democrat Propaganda: Voting Based On Skin Color Is ‘Mental Slavery,’ The GOP Freed The Slaves

Democrats have been charging the GOP with being racist for decades, despite the party having fought a civil war to keep blacks enslaved and opposing every civil rights bill in U.S. history.

However, the Democrat Party’s relentless propaganda effort to smear President Donald Trump and his supporters as racist proponents of white supremacy is crumbling.

Unemployment among African Americans and Hispanics is at an unprecedented low, under the Trump administration. The president’s prison reform legislation is overwhelmingly benefiting all Americans, particularly the black community.

But one of the biggest threats to the Democrat Party’s monopoly on minority votes is the increasing number of black Trump supporters using their platforms to come to the president’s defense and expose the leftist anti-conservative defamation campaign, most notably: Hip hop superstar Kanye West.

Democrats who claim Americans should vote based on skin color are imposing “mental slavery,” the iconic rapper warns.

“They try to tell me because of my color who I’m supposed to pick as the president,” the Grammy winning artist exclaimed during his Sunday Service session in Salt Lake City, where he drew a crowd of 7,000 to 10,000 fans.

“I ain’t never made a decision only based on my color,” he continued. “That’s a form of slavery. Mental slavery.”

American history contradicts the lies the entertainment industry and the liberal media perpetuate about Republicans, West argued.

“That’s the Republican Party that freed the slaves,” he said. “People wanna call me a coon ‘cause I chose my right. And we got the right, right? We got a right to our opinions, right?

Former President Abraham Lincoln, a Republican, was in office when slavery in the United States was abolished, West underscored.

As the American Thinker notes: “From its founding in 1854, the Republican Party led the fight to end slavery and then eradicate the racist Jim Crow system that held blacks down right up to securing the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Democrats opposed the Republicans at every turn.”

West, who has been castigated in the hip-hop community as “crazy” after vocally supporting the president, made headlines last year after he delivered a passionate 10-minute monologue in The White House alongside Trump donning a red Make America Great Again hat.  

“Let’s stop worrying about the future. All we really have is today,” he declared in the Oval Office. “Trump is on his hero’s journey right now, and he might not have expected to have a crazy motherfucker like Kanye West.”

“I love this guy right here,” West declared, before giving the president a long hug.

In 2018, West lit up the internet after he called the president his “brother,” said he and Trump both had “dragon energy,” and declared he would be undeterred in his support of the Republican commander-in-chief in the face of group think, “mob” mentality.  

“You don’t have to agree with trump but the mob can’t make me not love him,” he tweeted. “We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.”

West’s wife, reality TV superstar Kim Kardashian has also come out in defense of President Trump, explaining she wasn’t concerned about her “reputation” when she made the decision to work with the Trump administration on criminal justice reform, legislation that helped free Alice Marie Johnson from prison.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Evan Vucci/AP/Shutterstock (10310122k) Donald Trump, Kim Kardashian West. President Donald Trump shakes hands with Kim Kardashian West, who is among the celebrities who have advocated for criminal justice reform, speaks during an event on second chance hiring with President Donald Trump in the East Room of the White House, in Washington Trump Criminal Justice, Washington, USA – 13 Jun 2019

“Issues have always been more about the people,” Kardashian told the notorious left-leaning hosts of The View in September.  

Johnson, a 63-year-old grandmother, was serving a life sentence plus 25 years for a nonviolent drug trafficking case when Kardashian brought her case to Trump’s attention in May 2018. A week later, Trump commuted Johnson’s sentence.

“I definitely was aware [of the potential criticism], but for me, any of my issues have always been more about the people and not about the politics,” she added.  

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