Turning Point USA's Candace Owens Smacks Down Black Lives Matter

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In addition to Jones' support, Bill O'Reilly also defended Kanye West for his recent comments during a lengthy post on his website.

For the past week, Kanye West's oft-dormant Twitter feed has been a font of dopey aphorisms and aspirational directives, many of which ("Question everything") feel like the sort of thing a person might overhear at a college party, after a sizable tray of edibles has been ransacked. Added to that, he more recently made a decision to record video footage of Dilbert creator Scott Adams, further pushing conservative ideals to the masses. In the absence of further analysis regarding a dumb celebrity getting duped by Red Pill Twitter, I turn you over to them.

The essence of Owens's (and West's) message is that the obsessive focus on historical racism as the determining factor in the lives of American blacks today victimizes them by stripping them of individual agency.

Jesse Watters brought the conversation back to West, and Williams said, "The same guy who you put down when he said that George W. Bush was going after black people in Katrina". The conversation took place following heavy criticism towards West's support of conservative thinker Candace Owens (best known for her vocal opposition to the Black Lives Matter movement).

"In about 10 seconds [after Kanye's tweet] I became the KKK member, anti-LGBT, you name it".

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In his latest video, he says West becoming USA president is a genuine possibility.

After sharing the footage, West tweeted a clapping emoji.

West famously met with Trump at Trump Tower in New York City a year ago to discuss, as Kanye put it, "multicultural issues". "I apologize to him for being ignorant myself", he began on Sunday's broadcast ofInfoWars. Reactions to West's tweet ranged from dismissive to contemptuous. @kanyewest ....please take a meeting with me. "I tell every single people that everything that I have been inspired to do, was written in your music".

Candace Owens responded to Kanye West's supportive tweet, saying "Long before Donald Trump came down the escalator, Kanye West was public enemy Number 1 for simply trying to tell the truth".

West, 40, has said multiple times he wants to run for President, including in his song "Facts" where he raps "2020 I'mma run the whole election".