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Kanye West Confirms 2024 Presidential Bid

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Since the 2020 presidential election, the persecution of conservatives has reached unprecedented heights as a result of the concept of “disinformation” and political correctness on steroids known as “wokeness,” which has resulted in the media punishing, blocking, and canceling anyone who expresses an opinion contrary to that of the media.

Even the President of the United States was removed from the social media platform Twitter at a frantic rate.

The recent purchase of the social media site by Elon Musk, who pledged to restore free expression on social media, has reopened the platform to conservative as well as liberal viewpoints, and some users are now rejoicing in this freedom.

Ye, formerly Kanye West, was one of the barred conservatives. West has now been subjected to more persecution as a result of his allegedly racist statements. West asserts that he was misinterpreted, which is understandable given his propensity to make convoluted, meandering, and occasionally contest-free remarks in interviews and on social media.

West’s return to Twitter after his dismissal from a number of brands, including Adidas, Balenciaga, and Vogue magazine, for posting anti-Semitic comments.

According to a letter posted on Twitter by conservative commentator Candace Owens, which was allegedly from the bank and stated that it would terminate its business relationship with Yeezy and its affiliated entities by November 21, JP Morgan Chase also ended its business relationship with the rapper.

“I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE, ” West wrote in one of the posts that sparked backlash. “The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also. You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.”

In other posts, West wrote, “Who do you think invented cancel culture?” and: “Iranian youth are leading a revolution against 44 years of dictatorship. The world needs to support them and honor their courage.”

Now that his account has been reactivated on Twitter due to Musk’s new regulations, West can expand his reach.

Sunday marked West’s comeback to Twitter after being shut off of his account in October for breaking the company’s regulations by posting an anti-Semitic remark.

“Testing testing, seeing if my Twitter is unblocked,” he tweeted, to which new Twitter owner Elon Musk replied, “Don’t kill what ye hate, save what ye love.”

Shortly thereafter, West published a second post with the simple text “Shalom” and a smiling emoji. The Hebrew word Shalom means “peace.”

The absence of West on the social media network has caused everyone to notice fresh posts by problematic individuals.

Conservative activist and former Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos stated earlier this year that he had been employed as an unpaid intern in the legislative office of Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. His hire was also verified by Greene’s office. According to the New York Post, Yiannopoulos resigned from Breitbart in 2017 following controversy for statements he made in a video in which he suggested that sex between 13-year-olds and older adults may be “life-affirming.”

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

In a new Twitter post which has since been deleted, a video posted on Sunday by the account Patriot Takes shows West, whose legal name is Ye, seen alongside Yiannopoulos, Zero Hedge reports. CONTINUE READING…

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