Conservative Black Woman Smeared by the Left, Media Ignores

Yesterday we told you about Kanye West tweeting his support of conservative black commentator, Candace Owens. His defense of Owens, was met with a lot of hate from across the leftwing Internet-sphere, and that of course, spilled over onto Owens’ own social media pages.

Sadly, it wasn’t just the leftwing haters who were attacking Kanye and Owens, the media and their tech giant friends also jumped in on the attacks.

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For example, Twitter called her a “far-right” personality.

“Comedian” has-been Tom Arnold, who is most famous for his short-lived marriage to Roseanne Barr, had some disgusting things to say about Owens.

Owens, who can ably defend herself, took the fight to Twitter to defend herself.

Far right? Allow me to clarify: I believe the black community can do it without hand-outs. I believe the Democrats have strapped us to our past to prevent us from our futures. And I won’t stop fighting until all black Americans see that.
I’m not far right—I’m free.

She also has some of her fellow YouTuber’s defending her. Popular YouTube host, Dave Rubin, destroyed her attackers in a short Twitter thread.

He explained who Candace Owens really is, and she’s not far-right, she’s a person who cares about her community and cares about freedom.

The reality is that thousands of Americans are waking up to what is happening around us in the political sphere, and Kanye West is simply the most famous convert yet.

You can be sure that in the coming months, and years, there will be more Americans who, like Kanye West, realize that the narrative of the left is not only wrong, it’s been destructive.

Kanye is just the beginning.

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