And these are the guys who want us to believe that TRUMP is a ‘bully’ for some tough tweets?
So much for that claim that when (conservatives) ‘go low’ (liberals) ‘go high’.
Some rapper is calling on gang-bangers to beat the hell out of Kanye (or worse?) just because Kanye tweeted something that he didn’t like.
If that doesn’t qualify as jackboot political thuggery, please let us know: what does?
Didja make sure to put on a brown shirt before you posted that crap on social media?
Snoop Dog’s old rap partner, Delmar Drew Arnaud (stage name ‘Dillinger’) called upon (other) Crip members to target Kanye with violence.
Should Kanye take the threats seriously? TMZ caught up with rapper ‘The Game’ who said ‘if Daz Dillinger threatens you, you should for damn sure feel threatened.’ So, let’s assume he’s not playing around.
What did Kanye do that was so offensive?
Kanye told people they didn’t have to vote Democrat. That everyone should be open-minded and ask meaningful questions. We should be guided by love.
And that was met with violence.
What else did ‘Daz Dillinger’ say?
‘National alert. All the Crips out there, y’all f*** Kanye up. You see that motherf*****, f*** his ass up on GP,’ Daz said, using an acronym for ‘general principal’
‘Better not ever see you in concert. Better not ever see you around the LBC (Long Beach). Better not ever see you around California.’
Mentioning the city where West lives, Dillinger said: ‘Stay in Calabasas, ya hear me? ‘Cuz we got a Crip alert for Kanye. All the Crips out there – you see him, bang on his ass, f**k his ass up. ‘
Daz Dillinger, whose real name is Delmar Drew Arnaud, also likened Kanye to a slave, referencing Samuel L Jackson’s character from Tarantino film Django Unchained.
He added: ‘It’s like, we all in one boat and they killing all of us and he jump over there and say, ”Master, I’m on your side master. I got all the information. I’m with you master Trump.’
Did Kanye ever say he was Trump’s ‘slave’? Just because he was wearing a MAGA hat?
Ok, so, when Daz wore that Raiders’ hat, did that make Daz a ‘slave’ of the Raiders? Or was he just telling the world that there was something about that team that he respected? See how this works, Delmar? Or does someone need to break it down in rhyme for you?
Funny he should invoke the ‘slave’ image in the same context as mentioning Kanye ‘going rogue’.
A Conservative Cartoonist made a related cartoon. (Click the pic to see his other work)
The cartoon actually mirrors one of the lyrics in Kanye’s latest song.
Specifically, Kanye’s line:
“See that’s the problem with this damn nation, all blacks gotta be Democrats, man we ain’t even made it off the plantation.”
Thank you Kanye for inviting your audience to be free thinkers… whatever ideas you eventually settle upon as your own.
And thank you, too, ‘Daz Dillinger’ for showing us the true face of Democrats, who don’t actually believe in free thinking, if it takes power away from their party. For proving Kanye right about his ‘plantation’ line only a few short days after he made it.
Crap like this is exactly the kind of event that gets sheeple wondering if they really DO want to be part of a group powered by this much rage.
By the way, Daz, somebody should tell you — Free Speech does not protect inciting violence. The police will be wanting a word with you.
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