Kanye West Is A Toxic Black Man And He Needs To Be Gone

Kanye West Is A Toxic Black Man And He Needs To Be Cancelled

Creativity and genius are not the same thing.


Recently the fake deep artist made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel. It was his first televised appearance since he crashed TMZ back in back in May, and honestly, we could have done without it. The interview was bizarre, to say the least, and did nothing to combat claims that he's in the sunken place.

Of course, the first part of the interview was dedicated to him reminding us that no one believed in him at the start of his career. As he often does, he went on to say that after he graduated from art school, no one believed he could make music, and then after he became a producer no one wanted to hear him rap, and then after he became a rapper, no one cared about his ugly clothing designs...

Now, everyone loves a good "I came from nothing" story, except Kanye didn't come from "nothing." He grew up middle class and in the suburbs. He even spent part of his childhood living in China. So, his bit about no one believing in him is played out, and I am really going to need him to stop complaining. He had opportunities and good on him for using them. He is now a multimillionaire, and he has been for some time so I'm really not interested in his squabbling about garnishing support for his next big thing. He is clearly in the position to where he can do and say pretty much anything, and still sell out shows and shoes.

Jimmy then asked Kanye if he liked President Trump, and then if he thought President Trump was a good president. Kanye, of course, responded in his usual round-a-bout way, claiming that everyone around him tried to decide for him who he should vote for. He said because he was a black man out in Hollywood, people tried to force him to vote Democrat, and that he was told he couldn't say that he liked Trump out loud because it would ruin his career and ostracize him from the black community, of whom all think the same (except him of course.)

The problem is that not all black people are Democrats, and I have literally never heard anyone say we had to be. There is nothing wrong with being a black Independent or a black Republican. There is, however, something very wrong with a black person who willingly aligns themselves with white supremacy. Whether Kanye simply believes white people are better than black people, which is totally plausible (re: his wife) or if he just thinks to co-sign with "the man" makes him cool and an "individual," also plausible (re: everything else he does) shame on him.

Then he did some bit about, "leading with love," which is great and I'm sure most people would agree, except Trump doesn't lead with love. In fact, Trump does and says awful things quite often so that must mean your lies about leading with love in an attempt to excuse bigotry are simply school-boy antics for attention through controversy? But of course he then admitted to being a troll, stating, "I quite enjoy when people are mad at me," and then said it didn't matter if you were right or wrong, it was just important to put thoughts out there.

But the best part of the interview was when Kimmel asked Kanye the one question we all had. After Hurricane Katrina, West infamously stated: "George Bush doesn't care about Black people," in response to the former president's lax response to the suffering of New Orleanians after the storm. "If you thought George Bush didn't care about Black people, what makes you think that Trump does." And as suspected Kanye had no answer. He was stumped because even he doesn't know what the hell he is talking about either.

Kanye doesn't even know he's in trouble, son, and I can't say I feel even the least bit sorry for him. But let's see if I have the correct. He's not into politics or policies but is also holding onto a politicians MAGA hat tighter than a jar of strawberry jelly? You somehow feel that a politicians SLOGAN represents you being your authentic self, though you don't vote?

Kimmel went on to ask him if he had any regrets about things that he said, referring to West stating that slavery was a choice, to which Kanye responded that there was no point in looking at the past because history doesn't ever repeat itself and that he will still continue to objectify women, despite having a daughter, oh and that his favorite Pornhub category is "black on white."

Needless to say, I am done with Kanye West, and I have been for some time. Any man who will openly state that he has fantasized about fucking his own sister-in-laws, including the two barely legal ones young enough be his children, is a predator. And if you care about yourself, your community and black people, you'll be done with him as well.

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Dear Senator Walsh, I Can't Wait For The Day That A Nurse Saves Your Life

And I hope you know that when it is your time, you will receive the best care. You will receive respect and a smile. You will receive empathy and compassion because that's what we do and that is why we are the most trusted profession.


Dear Senator Walsh,

I can't even fathom how many letters you've read like this in the past 72 hours. You've insulted one of the largest, strongest and most emotion-filled professions.. you're bound to get a lot of feedback. And as nurses, we're taught that when something makes us mad, to let that anger fuel us to make a difference and that's what we're doing.

I am not even a nurse. I'm just a nursing student. I have been around and I've seen my fair share of sore legs and clinical days where you don't even use the bathroom, but I am still not even a nurse yet. Three years in, though, and I feel as if I've given my entire life and heart to this profession. My heart absolutely breaks for the men and women who are real nurses as they had to wake up the next morning after hearing your comments, put on their scrubs and prepare for a 12-hour day (during which I promise you, they didn't play one card game).

I have spent the last three years of my life surrounded by nurses. I'm around them more than I'm around my own family, seriously. I have watched nurses pass more medications than you probably know exist. They know the side effects, dosages and complications like the back of their hand. I have watched them weep at the bedside of dying patients and cry as they deliver new lives into this world. I have watched them hang IV's, give bed baths, and spoon-feed patients who can't do it themselves. I've watched them find mistakes of doctors and literally save patient's lives. I have watched them run, and teach, and smile, and hug and care... oh boy, have I seen the compassion that exudes from every nurse that I've encountered. I've watched them during their long shifts. I've seen them forfeit their own breaks and lunches. I've seen them break and wonder what it's all for... but I've also seen them around their patients and remember why they do what they do. You know what I've never once seen them do? Play cards.

The best thing about our profession, Senator, is that we are forgiving. The internet might be blown up with pictures mocking your comments, but at the end of the day, we still would treat you with the same respect that we would give to anyone. That's what makes our profession so amazing. We would drop anything, for anyone, anytime, no matter what.

You did insult us. It does hurt to hear those comments because from the first day of nursing school we are reminded how the world has zero idea what we do every day. We get insulted and disrespected and little recognition for everything we do sometimes. But you know what? We still do it.

When it's your time, Senator, I promise that the nurse taking care of you will remember your comments. They'll remember the way they felt the day you publicly said that nurses "probably do get breaks. They probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day." The jokes will stop and it'll eventually die down, but we will still remember.

And I hope you know that when it is your time, you will receive the best care. You will receive respect and a smile. You will receive empathy and compassion because that's what we do and that is why we are the most trusted profession.

Please just remember that we cannot properly take care of people if we aren't even taken care of ourselves.

I sincerely pray that someday you learn all that nurses do and please know that during our breaks, we are chugging coffee, eating some sort of lunch, and re-tying our shoes... not playing cards.

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Dear Nancy Pelosi, 16-Year-Olds Should Not Be Able To Vote

Because I'm sure every sixteen year old wants to be rushing to the voting booth on their birthday instead of the BMV, anyways.


Recent politicians such as Nancy Pelosi have put the voting age on the political agenda in the past few weeks. In doing so, some are advocating for the voting age in the United States to be lowered from eighteen to sixteen- Here's why it is ludicrous.

According to a study done by "Circle" regarding voter turnout in the 2018 midterms, 31% of eligible people between the ages of 18 and 29 voted. Thus, nowhere near half of the eligible voters between 18 and 29 actually voted. To anyone who thinks the voting age should be lowered to sixteen, in relevance to the data, it is pointless. If the combination of people who can vote from the legal voting age of eighteen to eleven years later is solely 31%, it is doubtful that many sixteen-year-olds would exercise their right to vote. To go through such a tedious process of amending the Constitution to change the voting age by two years when the evidence doesn't support that many sixteen-year-olds would make use of the new change (assuming it would pass) to vote is idiotic.

The argument can be made that if someone can operate heavy machinery (I.e. drive a car) at sixteen, they should be able to vote. Just because a sixteen-year-old can (in most places) now drive a car and work at a job, does not mean that they should be able to vote. At the age of sixteen, many students have not had fundamental classes such as government or economics to fully understand the political world. Sadly, going into these classes there are students that had mere knowledge of simple political knowledge such as the number of branches of government. Well, there are people above the age of eighteen who are uneducated but they can still vote, so what does it matter if sixteen-year-olds don't know everything about politics and still vote? At least they're voting. Although this is true, it's highly doubtful that someone who is past the age of eighteen, is uninformed about politics, and has to work on election day will care that much to make it to the booths. In contrast, sixteen-year-olds may be excited since it's the first time they can vote, and likely don't have too much of a tight schedule on election day, so they still may vote. The United States does not need people to vote if their votes are going to be uneducated.

But there are some sixteen-year-olds who are educated on issues and want to vote, so that's unfair to them. Well, there are other ways to participate in government besides voting. If a sixteen-year-old feels passionate about something on the political agenda but can't vote, there are other ways of getting involved. They can canvas for politicians whom they agree with, or become active in the notorious "Get Out The Vote" campaign to increase registered voter participation or help register those who already aren't. Best yet, they can politically socialize their peers with political information so that when the time comes for all of them to be eighteen and vote, more eighteen-year-olds will be educated and likely to vote.

If you're a sixteen-year-old and feel hopeless, you're not. As the 2016 election cycle approached, I was seventeen and felt useless because I had no vote. Although voting is arguably one of the easiest ways to participate in politics, it's not the only one. Since the majority of the current young adult population don't exercise their right to vote, helping inform them of how to stay informed and why voting is important, in my eyes is as essential as voting.

Sorry, Speaker Pelosi and all the others who think the voting age should be lowered. I'd rather not have to pay a plethora of taxes in my later years because in 2020 sixteen-year-olds act like sheep and blindly vote for people like Bernie Sanders who support the free college.

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