Last week CNN’s Don Lemon insulted and made fun of Kanye West when Mr. West visited the Oval Office and had a conversation with President Trump. Mr. Lemon called Mr. West’s visit with President Trump a “Minstrel Show”. I suppose Mr. Lemon wasn’t clever enough to use more exotic racial references like Stepin Fetchit, black-face or chitlins in relation to Mr. West‘s behavior while at the White House. But the point of Mr. Lemon’s nasty, insulting remark was that Mr. West has no right thinking independently from the leftist party line and that he is out of line visiting the president of the United States and showing support for President Trump’s policies. The reference to being a Minstrel is an indicator that Mr. Lemon thinks blacks could only support President Trump by being buy-outs to the progressive mind-trap and that he was tap dancing to Trump’s tune. But the truth is that many blacks and other minorities see the wisdom of Trump policies and they see a brighter future for themselves and their children if the old, leftist, progressive way of doing political business is changed.
After many examples of Democrats trying to destroy any and all opponents to their big-plantation philosophy where black Americans are concerned, one can understand their opposition and reaction to Mr. West’s anti-liberal speech, made in the presence of journalists and the president, and his mental escape from liberalism to the free states. Mr. West is so famous that liberals, like the talking heads on CNN, had to blast him for his freedom and his willingness to express his anti-liberal thinking on current issues, but they said not one word in specific criticism to anything of substance that Mr. West said during his White House visit.
CNN, which should be a non-aligned, independent voice in America, is a totally-owned subsidiary of the radical Democrat party, and the entire left-leaning world of American politics is running scared in the wake of Donald Trump and his example of how a nation becomes successful and retains success. Democrats must be kept out of political office for the near and distant future, and Donald Trump’s policies must be supported and implemented by the Congressional Republicans.