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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 2:09 pm
 


Title: Kanye West designs anti-Democrat 'Blexit' merchandise
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Date: 2018-11-01 13:55:12


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However this update from today:

Candace Owens is speaking out on her Blexit drama with Kanye West. In a since-deleted tweet, the conservative figure seemingly addressed the controversy that surfaced with mentioning his association with the political movement.

"I woke up with the realization that I need to clear my name on this," Owens wrote in a since-deleted tweet.

Before this pulled tweet, Owens unveiled Blexit -meaning "black exit" -Saturday during the at Turning Point USA's (TPUSA) Black Leadership Summit. She shared how she sought design advice from the "Yikes" rapper to help create Blexit's logo. It was subsequently featured on T-shirts that were handed out to the event's attendees.

"Blexit is a renaissance," Owens told Fox News in an interview published Monday. "Blexit is the black exit from the Democratic Party. It's the black exit from permanent victimhood, the black exit from the false idea that we are somehow separate from the rest of America. Kanye saw my original design and said, 'I can do it better.' It certainly was. He redesigned the logo with vibrant colors inspired by his trip to Uganda."

She later slammed the media's apparent attempts to peg West as the founder of her movement. "I am entirely blessed that Ye introduced me to a designer who despite having totally different political views than me, helped me craft some beautiful letters that I used on the BLEXIT caps," Owens tweeted Monday. "The insinuation that Kanye is now the author of my political movement is pointedly wrong and dishonest..."


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 5:54 pm
 


Kanye West has a mental illness and it’s no supeise his conversion to Republicanism and Trumpism perfectly coincidences with his declining mental health. The man is walking talking punchline


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 6:15 pm
 


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Kanye West has a mental illness and it’s no supeise his conversion to Republicanism and Trumpism perfectly coincidences with his declining mental health. The man is walking talking punchline


His declining mental health started long before Trump decided to become President.

But, the real reason he's gone over the edge is that he just discovered his testicles are on the endangered species list since he became a member of the Kardashian family.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 6:18 pm
 


I don't know about that...

I do know this:

Rasmussen poll shock: Black approval numbers for Trump reach record 40 percent

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President Donald Trump’s approval rating among blacks has risen dramatically over the past year, according to a new Rasmussen poll.

A record high 40 percent of black likely voters approve of the job Trump is doing, the daily Rasmussen poll released on Oct. 29 said...


https://www.worldtribune.com/rasmussen- ... 0-percent/

If it isn't the influence of Kanye how do we explain that? :twisted:


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No, one-third of African Americans don’t support Trump. Not even close.

By Michael Tesler
August 17, 2018 at 6:00 AM

....Trump has also attempted to inoculate himself from charges of racism by selectively citing polling numbers, which suggest he’s remarkably popular for a Republican president among African Americans. The president, for example, retweeted these polling numbers from Rasmussen on Wednesday:

Those results were then picked up by pro-Trump media outlets like Breitbart, which used the data to argue against “accusations of racism from the Democratic left.”

It might seem far-fetched that over a third of African Americans would now approve of a president with a very long history of racial insensitivity — especially because fewer than 10 percent of black voters supported him in 2016.

That’s because it is far-fetched. Trump’s black approval rating is nowhere near 36 percent.

Polling firms that have interviewed far more African Americans, and that are much more transparent than Rasmussen, all show that Trump’s black approval rating is much lower than 36 percent.

For example, Gallup has interviewed thousands of African American respondents in 2018. Its polling suggests that Trump’s black approval rating has consistently been around 10 to 15 percent through 2018.


The same is true in polling by Ipsos/Reuters:

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Similarly, the polling firm Civiqs, which has interviewed more than 140,000 respondents in 2017 and 2018 suggests that Trump’s black approval rating has consistently been in the single-digits throughout his presidency:

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These data remind us to be skeptical of outlier polls — especially when those results fly in the face of what we already know about African Americans’ weak support for Republican presidents in general and their strong disapproval of Donald Trump in particular.

Michael Tesler is associate professor of political science at the University of California at Irvine, author of “Post-Racial or Most-Racial? Race and Politics in the Obama Era,” and co-author of the forthcoming book,


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 8:38 pm
 


Beave:

Your guy tells us not to pay attention to outlier polls but which polls told us Trump had a chance to win last time? Outlier polls, right?

Also if we listened to his advice of just ignoring what say, Breitbart is telling us we wouldn't know that they are now - on Nov. 1 2018 - talking about a current poll based on 3 day rolling averages with new results as opposed to his old graph ending Aug. 9. We also wouldn't know Rasmussen agreed that the old averages from August were much less.

Watch Beave, I'll show you. Forget where it's from and read this truth.

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The numbers are based on a three-day rolling average of 1,500 likely voters surveyed nationally every night, according to Rasmussen’. About 12 to 13 percent of those are likely black voters.

“We never saw 40 percent before,” said Ted Carroll, of Rasmussen’s parent company Noson Lawen Partners.

The monthly average of black voter support is much lower — typically in the 20s range, but that too has been rising over time. During Trump’s first year in office, it averaged about 21 percent. So far, during his second year, it has ticked up to 24 percent.

The monthly average low was 18 percent in July 2017, and the monthly average high has been 27 percent in June and August 2018.

Carroll said Rasmussen does not speculate what is driving the higher black voter approval of Trump, but said if he had to guess, it would be the economy.

“I would think that black voters are highly rational and the economy is a key factor, the unemployment rate a key factor — everybody’s working.”

He said Owens and musician and designer Kanye West may also have an influence as “flashpoint messengers.”

But, he said, “I don’t think they are impressed with Kanye West, although some of them may be. I think it’s that they’re working, their relatives are working. [It’s the] economics. Somebody’s finally doing something.”


https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018 ... val-trump/


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:26 pm
 


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George Takei. A man who supports the party that literally tossed his ass in an internment camp.


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