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POTUS-Yeezy Bromance Has Don Lemon on The Verge of Tears

Americans are becoming American again, and that has the leftist cabal at the reigns of the mainstream media on the verge of a mental breakdown.

Don’t worry for them though…our nation’s authorities have proven that they have no interest in dealing with cases of mental explosiveness.

What we are in the midst of is a conservative, traditionalist awakening in this nation.  Instead of looking to the world for inspiration, we are again looking inward.  We didn’t elect a worldly, bland, “keep everyone happy” President.  We demanded that the government appoint a man who is unabashedly American, first and foremost, and that sentiment has certainly trickled down into the nation’s population.

We’re now seeing what a man with a singular purpose can do behind the desk in the Oval Office, with magnificent achievements already piling up only a year into Trump’s first term.  Just look at North Korea, for example:

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North Korea and South Korea have agreed to denuclearize the peninsula and later this year formally end the war between the two nations that began in 1950.

The nations signed an armistice when the fighting ended in 1953, but they’ve now agreed to pursue a proper peace agreement tied to the “common goal of realizing, through complete denuclearization, a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula.”

Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, has pledged a “new history” with the South Koreans. Together with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, he has agreed to work on a permanent peace agreement and work toward a “complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.”

“We talked about peace and prosperity,” Moon said. “A bold decision has been made. Big applause should be given to Kim Jong Un.”

Successes like this have free-thinking Americans taking notice.  Kanye West is one of those free-thinking Americans.

West has ignited social media, particularly Twitter, with his recent love for conservative Candace Owens and Kanye’s “brother” Donald Trump.

Sure, this was a head scratcher for some of us, given that Kanye has been a bit of a wild card over the course of his strange career, but no one took it harder than CNN’s Don Lemon, apparently.  The often-emotional mainstream media magnate seemed wholly incensed that Kanye West wouldn’t blindly succumb to the liberal ethos that much of Hollywood and the entertainment industry subscribe to.

As a result, CNN’s Don Lemon accused West of being a racist. “Remember when Kanye West said out loud, ‘George Bush doesn’t care about black people’? Well, today, Kanye West has a lot of people wondering if he cares about black people,’” said Lemon.

Lemon’s guest on the segment, political pundit Marc Lamont Hill, then went into a fit of epically tribal proportions.

“People have a right to believe what they want, and Kanye has a right to believe what he wants. We have a right to hold him accountable for it. And because he’s made so much money off of vulnerable people in the sense that he makes music for black people — he makes music for brown people — he makes music that poor people love. To then defend a President and express love for a President whose policies operate against those interests, to me, is just disappointing,” said Hill.

Excuse me?  Did someone on CNN just try to tell me what kind of music I should be listening to on account of my economic status and skin color?

To that, I can only respond with:


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