Kanye West Isn’t Traditionally American

On the real, I have to give racists their just due, son. They really do come up with some colorful ways to say disrespectful shit about minorities. I mean, calling a Black person a “nigger” is just way too easy, man. These days, bigots are looking for a lot more extravagance in their insults. With that being said, I legitimately chuckled when I heard what Tom Barrack said about Kanye West. Instead of just saying Black rappers aren’t invited to Donald Trump‘s inauguration, he said that Kanye wasn’t right for a “typically and traditionally American event.”

Now, I’m sure everyone can guess what I’m about to ask next. What exactly is typically and traditionally American? I mean, as far as I know, Kanye was born in Atlanta and raised in Chicago. In addition, he has family ties all throughout the Midwest and the South. Does that not make him typically and traditionally American? Or how about the fact he’s a musician in a genre that was born in New York. Does that not make him typically and traditionally American?

Wait, wait, wait, I get it now, man. He doesn’t represent the part of America that White people consider valid. He doesn’t represent the White “working-class” individuals who were simultaneously glorified and martyred during this past presidential election. Basically, he’s too Black to represent the kind of America that Trump champions. I understand it all now, son.

The most hilarious part of this entire situation is a statement from Barrack that flew under the radar. When referencing the relationship between Kanye and Trump, he said “he considers himself a friend of the President-elect.” Pay attention to those words carefully, man. Barrack said that KANYE considers HIMSELF a friend, bruh. I’m laughing my ass off because he basically invalidated Ye’s entire bond with Trump. After all of Kanye’s cooning, he couldn’t even get Trump’s team to flat out call him an ally. Wow, son. Fucking wow, man! So what was it all for, son? Only a photo op? Man, somebody get Kanye the fuck outta here, bruh.

All in all, these clowns can have their inauguration, man. 65.8 million Americans aren’t even rocking with Trump anyway. He can have his little shindig with his D-list celebrities (Chrisette Michele included). I guarantee most of us won’t be watching that bullshit in the first place. Good day.

What Is The Point Of The Electoral College?

To begin, I know exactly what the point of the Electoral College is. However; as this recent election, along with the 2000 George W. BushAl Gore race, has shown us, this system is fucking bullshit, man! As it currently stands, Hillary Clinton has amassed 62.8 million votes across the country. In comparison, Donald Trump has pulled in 61.5 million total votes. Now, despite securing well over a million more votes than Trump, Clinton somehow lost the election by 74 projected electoral votes (306 to 232). Based on this result, on December 19th, the actual Electoral College is supposed to vote and confirm Trump’s presidency. So, let me get this straight, son. This woman could literally have a million MORE people on her side and still get trounced in the race? If that ain’t a sign that the Electoral College needs to go, we all must be wrong about simple mathematics, man.

Now, for those who don’t understand the Electoral College, I’ll try to give a little bit of background. I’m not going to go balls deep into the issue, but I’d like to give some insight on its purpose. So, the idea is, the Senate, the House of Representatives and three additional electors from Washington, D.C. vote for who will ultimately become the President and the Vice President. The way this vote works, all states, except for Maine and Nebraska, vote in a “winner-take-all” manner. Meaning, if a candidate has the most general election votes in a particular state, the electors from that state give all of their votes to that candidate. In addition, the number of electors per state depends on the population of that state. This is why states like New York, California, Florida and Texas have a shit-ton of electors.

With all of that being said, this system is fucking broken, son! First, the founding fathers put this system in place because they did NOT want the popular vote to choose the president. That’s a major red flag, man. Way to circumvent the will of the people, douchebags! Second, this system gives way too much power to “swing states.” Every four years, we can basically guess how most of the country will behave. California will most likely be a blue state, while Texas will most likely be a red state. Meaning, places like fucking Ohio and Iowa ultimately have the upper hand on who will win the election. Look, son, maybe it’s just me, but a couple of random states shouldn’t have that much fucking influence. If the overall country is leaning towards a particular candidate, why should we all have to suffer because a few states in the Midwest decided to do some fuck shit? It doesn’t make any sense, man! More Americans wanted Clinton as our president, bro. I don’t give a flying fuck about what people in Michigan are thinking. These swing states ruined it for all of us, son!

Ultimately, I could keep going with my Electoral College hate fest. However; I should probably get back to work. I need to make sure I acquire as much funds as possible, son. I damn sure ain’t gonna be broke during the revolution, bro. All I know is, Donald Trump ain’t my president, man. Tell his supporters to come and get me. Good day.

P.S. It’s funny, as in not funny, how Trump now praises the Electoral College after calling it a disaster back in 2012. I guess it’s only “genius” when it benefits him instead of a Black man. That is all.