Kanye praising a black anti-BLM conservative sparks an uncontrollable fire. Here’s who’s getting burned.

Candace Owens stirred up a hornet’s nest when she dropped some epic truth bombs about “oppression” while being heckled by Black Lives Matters protesters during an appearance last week at UCLA.

But she wasn’t the only one liberals tried to sting, as they turned their ire on hip hop artist Kanye West for voicing his support.

“It’s embarrassing,” Owens told the protesters. “You’re not living through anything right now. You’re overly privileged Americans.”

Her message focused on how some African Americans seems to enjoy being stuck in victimhood instead of focusing on the future, which prompted West to say, “I love the way Candace Owens thinks.”

Owens, communications director for the conservative students group Turning Point USA, was tagged in the media as “a pro-Trump conservative” and was hit online for being “far right.”

She took to Twitter to clarify, “I’m not far right—I’m free.”

“Far right? Allow me to clarify: I believe the black community can do it without hand-outs. I believe the Democrats have strapped us to our past to prevent us from our futures. And I won’t stop fighting until all black Americans see that. I’m not far right—I’m free,” she tweeted.

Owens also responded to West’s show of support, asking for his help to “wake up the black community.”

The racial grievance industry, already sore at West for supporting President Donald Trump, wasted no time calling him out.

West responded to the criticism in a series of tweets, calling out “the thought police” on the left, who “want to suppress freedom of thought.”

“We have freedom of speech but not freedom of thought,” the recording artist added.

Sean King,  a white Black Lives Matter activist who fancies himself a black man, jumped into the fray to effectively call Owens and West tools for “bigoted white folk.”


Owens pushed back here as well, tagging liberal zealot Perez Hilton and actor Tom Arnold, who tweeted a vile, sexist remark about Owens.

“When @PerezHilton @TomArnold and @ShaunKing, 3 white men, rush to viciously attack the freedom of two black people who refuse to be pawns to a leftist ideology—it should ring as a wake up call to the world about who the real racists are. None of you white men own my blackness,” she defiantly tweeted.

As for Arnold’s tweet, behold:

Some tried to drag West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, into the mess, because, well, its Kim Kardashian, but it’s quite the feat to label Owens, a black woman, “anti-black.”

In the end, the left proves once again just how vile they’re willing to be to keep folks on the liberal plantation. As West stated, they may believe in freedom of speech, but only if they agree with that the message.

Tom Tillison


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