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“I’m Not Denying It”: Kanye West Insinuates Presidential Campaign Is To Hurt Biden

“I’m Not Denying It”: Kanye West Insinuates Presidential Campaign Is To Hurt Biden

Kanye West Insinuates Presidential Campaign Is To Hurt Biden
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Kanye West has already missed numerous ballot deadlines.

In a new interview with Forbes, Kanye West insinuated that his presidential campaign is to hurt Joe Biden‘s chance at becoming president.

The report, which notes that the interview was done by text, includes a handful of quotes from West ranging from him describing his campaign (that he’s “walking…to win” the presidency) to “designing a school within the next month” and meeting with Betsy DeVos “about the post-Covid curriculum.”

But West’s insinuation that his campaign is to hurt Biden came at the end of the report. Per Forbes:

And West was eager to criticize Biden, and expressed comfort with the idea of doing damage to the former vice president’s White House chances. “I’m not denying it; I just told you.”

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Earlier this week, West selected an official vice president candidate, Michelle Tidball. The 57-year-old white woman and West began their political partnership when the two met in Cody, Wyoming. She works at a dentist’s office and calls herself an “online prophet” since she teaches an online Bible study.

West missed the ballot deadlines for Nebraska, New York, and Maryland, but has filed documents to be placed on the ballot in Arkansas. To secure Arkansas, 1,000 signatures need to be submitted. The Denver Post recently reported that West will appear on Colorado’s ballot for president. To get on the state’s ballot West needed to pay “a $1,000 fee, submit notarized statements and obtain backing from nine electors who are registered voters in the state,” according to the report.


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