Kanye Lights It Up in Remarkable Interview With Tucker on Trump, Being Pro-life, and ‘Liberal Nazis’

Kanye West went on Tucker Carlson on Thursday and he let loose, making it clear that he’d been red-pilled on multiple issues. He also looked more at peace than I think I’ve ever seen him. He was saying what he wanted to and he didn’t care what the left had to say against him, after they melted down over him wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt with Candace Owens.

West started off talking about how he was pro-life and how abortion took so many black lives.

“I’m pro-life … there’s more black babies being aborted than born in New York City at this point. 50% of black death in America is abortion. So I really don’t care about people’s responses, I perform for an audience of one, and that’s God.”

Kanye explained that he had been pressured and threatened over wearing the MAGA hat and his latest offense to the left — wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt. But that wasn’t stopping him.

“I think I started to really feel this need to express myself on another level when Trump was running for office and I liked him. And every single person in Hollywood… My so-called friends/ handlers around me told me said that if I like Trump my career would be over. That my life would be over. They said stuff like people get killed for wearing a hat like that. They threatened my life. They basically said that I would be killed for wearing the hat. I had someone call me last night and said anybody wearing a White Lives Matter shirt is going to be green lit. That means that they are going to beat them up if they wear it. I’m like okay, green light me then…God builds warriors in a different way…He made me for such a time as this…We have God on our side. Even if you don’t believe in God, God believes in you.

He said the answer was simple to why he wore the White Lives Matter shirt — “because they do.”

West ripped apart the “liberal Nazis” that will attack people and try to stop you from deviating from the narrative.

This was a classic. He went on to describe why he liked President Donald Trump, “All the values, the conservative values, just line up. Come on man, Trump’s the sh*t. He has his own buildings.”

He was not a fan of Josh Kushner, Jared Kushner’s brother. He was concerned that Josh and others weren’t doing the best they could for “his boy, Trump.” He acknowledged that Trump was a flawed man, but that “Trump wanted nothing but the best for this country.” This part was pretty profound: that the fake people were often the smooth ones, but “the realest people are going to make you feel uncomfortable at first.”

Now that’s just the highlights from Thursday’s show, but there’s supposed to be a Part 2 on Friday. The left is already melting down over the first part, they’re going to be tearing their hair out by tomorrow. It’s clear that he’s been red-pilled, partly by God and partly by Trump. Now he’s not a perfect human being any more than Trump or any of the rest of us are. But he’s a sign of the many people who are looking around at what the left is pushing and saying “Enough already. No more craziness.” He’s the sign of many people, not famous, who have been red-pilled and are going to come out in droves in November to put those principles in motion with their votes.

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