G. McConway
October 7, 2022

WaPo Drops Blatantly Racist Article Against Ye and Herschel Walker

Most people do not believe there are a significant number of black conservatives in this country.

I would tell them they are wrong.

There are plenty, but they don't say anything because they know they will get attacked.

Sic' Em

Kanye West, who now uses the handle "Ye," and Herschel Walker are a great example of this.

West recently sat down with Tucker Carlson on this subject...

He also had a concert canceled by SoFi, allegedly because of his conservative beliefs.

Walker has also been attacked.

Actually, the Washington Post just published an article slamming Ye and Herschel Walker for being conservatives.

The article was written by Karen Attiah and headlined, "Kanye West, Herschel Walker and the politics of toxic Black men."

In part, she writes, "If I had my way, I would dismiss these two as clowns. But America just makes them impossible to ignore.

'This country loves to inundate us with coverage of Black male figures embodying the archetype of the dumb, violent, Black servant eager to please the White masters."

That is a national publication, essentially calling two black men Uncle Toms because they are not falling in line, just as Ye discussed in his interview.

I have black friends of whom I am the only one that knows they are conservative because they are terrified they will be ostracized by their other friends if it is revealed they are conservatives.

I am literally the only person they can talk to truthfully about politics.

They talked about the silent majority in 2016.

Well, they are about to find out about the silent minority in 2022 and it is going to hit the Democrat Party like a rock in the head.

Source: Fox News

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