Steve Bannon Is The REAL President

*Sigh* Make no mistake, people. We are seeing an apocalyptic movement right before our very eyes. We are witnessing the Communist takeover of our government. Now, in case anyone was wondering, this crusade is being led by none other than Steve Bannon, Donald Trump‘s chief strategist and senior counselor. Listen, if anyone is unaware, this man’s views should scare the shit out of all of us. If he actually accomplishes what he has set out to do, we will undoubtedly watch the end of America as we know it.

Now, to be clear, I’m no stranger to Bannon or Breitbart News. In actuality, these Nazi, excuse me, alt-right clowns love coming for my neck on social media. With that being said, I would’ve never guessed in a million years that someone of Bannon’s ilk would be in such a position of power. This asshat Trump has essentially turned over our government to a man who has previously stated he wants to destroy it.

Look, for the people who think I’m being facetious, just revisit his conversation with a Daily Beast writer back in 2013. Bannon literally said the words “I’m a Leninist. Lenin wanted to destroy the state, and that’s my goal, too. I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy all of today’s establishment.” Now, I want everyone to re-read that statement three or four times. From there, I want everyone to ponder the fact that this man is now on the National Security Council, replacing the director of national intelligence and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON AROUND HERE?!?

Wait, before I continue, does everyone know what Leninism is? This movement is essentially a continuation of Russian Marxism where a rogue political party overthrows the current government in the name of the working-class. From there, the victorious party will create a Socialist state. Hmm, working-class… Does that sound familiar to anyone out there? During Trump’s entire campaign, he spoke about the White working-class as if they were the only people who needed gainful employment. So, if this is the movement Bannon is trying to lead, take a wild guess who he’s trying to lead it for. Or rather, who he CLAIMS he’s trying to lead it for. Yeah, it’s as bad as it sounds, son.

Ultimately, we have a Communism and Nazism sympathizer telling the President what to do. Hell, he’s even the one who wrote Trump’s Muslim Ban executive order. Frankly, at this point, if anyone doesn’t see the problem with this, I’m convinced they have a defect. If this country is truly supposed to be a democracy, we can’t let these ideals destroy it. Shit, that’s probably why Trump never says anything bad about Russia. His chief strategist loves their history, man. God help us all. LC out.

Common Can Still Rap His A*s Off!

So, on the latest episode of [Blank] Can Still Rap His Ass Off!, I’m here to talk about a Chicago legend, Common. After listening to his new album, Black America Again, it’s wild to see there’s literally been no decline in his rhyming ability. At this point, with 11 albums to his name, I think it’s indisputable that Common is Top 5 in terms of most consistent emcees. I mean, his discography speaks for itself, son.

Now, since I’m not a faker, I’ll be real enough to admit my journey with Com’s music began on Resurrection, his second album. While I eventually went back and listened to his debut album, Can I Borrow a Dollar?, it was the title track on Resurrection that let me know Rashid wasn’t an average rapper. I mean, c’mon son, let’s run down the other songs too. “I Used To Love H.E.R.“? “Communism“? “Sum Shit I Wrote“? All classics, man. All of them! From that point forward, I’ve been a fan of damn near every Common album. Yes, even Electric Circus, son. I’m willing to make the argument that that album was actually genius. Frankly, the only album I can’t defend in Com’s discography is Universal Mind Control. Sorry, Com, but that album was tri-di-di-di-dash!

As far as his new album goes, Com sounds wildly inspired again. As the title suggests, he’s speaking about a number of issues that affect the Black community. Now, while he’s no stranger to this lane, his lyrics are really sharp on this record. He’s able to say a ton in a minimal amount of bars, such as instead of educate, they’d rather convict the kids, as dirty as the water in Flint, the system is.” In one fell swoop, he mentions the corrupt prison industrial complex and the government-induced water crisis in Michigan. As we all have seen, given the current climate in this country, now is the perfect time for these protest records.

In the end, I’m clearly a fan, son. As of right now, my favorite song on the new album is “Pyramids.” His second verse makes me want to slap bunnies in the face, man. Guerilla-type rhymes, bro. In any case, everyone should do themselves a favor and check the record out. Good day.