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Monday, May 07, 2018

Will a Talentless, Racist, Black Rapper Win the 2018 Election for the Democrat Party?

By Nicholas Stix
 

At the end of the day, just remember you can't spell BLAME without BLM.
Anonymous Commenter

 

Yahoo and Teen Vogue did some DPUSA electioneering work on Sunday, by promoting a video by someone named Donald Glover, who goes by the pseudonym Childish Gambino.

Glover is a “rapper” (aka “Hip-Hop artist”), which is to say that he can’t sing, dance, compose music, do choreography, write lyrics, or anything else, but apparently it’s racist to state the obvious.

I tried listening to the video, but it suddenly got very loud. I figured that I must have had noise playing from at least two different tabs, but when I shut down the Yahoo tab, all the noise stopped.

Glover apparently recorded two different kinds of intolerable noise, including unintelligible lyrics, over each other.

Even turning the volume down low, I had to shut the thing off at 0:32.
 

Childish Gambino - This Is America (Official Video)
 


 

I posted the following comment at Yahoo:

I made it 0:32 through this thing. I tried listening to the video, but it suddenly got very loud. I figured that I must have had noise playing from at least two different tabs, but when I shut down the Yahoo tab, all the noise stopped.

Glover apparently recorded two different kinds of intolerable noise, including unintelligible lyrics, over each other.

When operative de Elizabeth Gleason asserts “the song is resonating with people all around the country,” she is being deceptive. It is resonating with black supremacists, white communists, that type. Gleason is trying to make it sound as if everyone were into this thing, when most people are likely to be repulsed by it. Gleason and the rest of the racist MSM are trying to make the thing’s popularity a reality, by making it sound as though only party poopers and “racists” fail to support it.

Here’s Gleason’s cover story via Teen Vogue/Yahoo:

Childish Gambino (AKA Donald Glover) had a busy Saturday night.

Yesterday, May 5, in addition to hosting SNL, the performer dropped a brand-new single and music video, and the song is resonating with people all around the country. Titled "This Is America," the video opens with the unsettling juxtaposition of cheerful music and an execution of a black man by gunshot, leading into Gambino’s first verse. That dichotomy is a common thread throughout the video, as we simultaneously see contrasting images like joyful dancing taking place against a backdrop of violence.

"This Is America" explores a lot of themes at once (such as gun violence, hypocrisy, and police brutality), while shedding light on what it's like to be a black person in the United States today.
I read the 50-odd most recent comments at Yahoo, and not one reader agreed with Gleason. They all panned the thing, and her.
 

George
10 hours ago
"...and the song is resonating with people all around the country..." Who might that be...the 13%? When do you figure that 13% will take responsibility for their choices in life and move away from the Democratic Plantation?

Hang the Pedocracy
10 hours ago
change title to "This is Propaganda"

Its-All-Goody247
10 hours ago
These comments are great 😂

Eric
11 hours ago
This is why we can't have nice things.


Jim
10 hours ago

What's it like to be black in the US today? For the most part, advantageous. The benefits are almost too numerous to count, but a few of the biggies are things like minority hiring quotas, free college educations, organizations based solely on your skin color (NAACP), the ability to say whatever you want with near impunity. Basally, preferential treatment almost everywhere. Racism goes both ways. Special privileges afforded to some are creating an imbalance that is likely to blame, in part, for some of the recent events. Want equality? That means for everyone, not just a select few. If you can't stand the valleys get rid of the peaks. Pretty simple.


heath
9 hours ago

Perhaps the video should have instructed the brothers to not resist & run from the police...

Lucy
10 hours ago

Who?

Ron
9 hours ago

Perhaps Mr. Glover can find a happier place in either North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, or in Sudan.

chris h
10 hours ago

Repeating the same sentence 10 times in a row, only to transition into repeating the same sentence 5 times in a row, then breaking to a chorus of repeating the same sentence 10 times in a row isn't music, it's just something someone without talent pretends is music in order to act like they know what they are doing. If this is what modern hip hop music is, it's in terrible shape.

None
11 hours ago

They should explore the 12% of population who are responsible for over 50% of the violence.

N.S.: Unfortunately, at Youtube, virtually all of the comments I saw heaped orgiastic praise on Donald Glover.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The comments were on target.These people need to not only be read,but seen AND heard.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

This is a comedy? Negroes are so entertaining.