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Kanye West Says He’s ‘Walking For President” & Spoiler Campaign Is To Hurt Biden



Kanye West Responds To Accusation That He's Helping Trump Beat Biden

Kanye West Responds To Accusation That He’s Helping Trump Beat Biden

Ever since Kanye West announced his bid to run for the 2020 Presidential election, folks online have been speculating that his late run is only to share votes with Joe Biden in an attempt to make Trump win the election.

Reports has it that top-ranking Republicans are fighting to get West on the ballot in all 50 states, in a desperate ploy to take precious voters away from the Democrats.

However, in a new text interview with Forbes, Kanye West made it known that that his spoiler campaign is indeed an attempt to hurt Joe Biden. When he was asked about thr allegations, Kanye replied with a cryptic answer, saying that he is “walking to win.”


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Acccording to Forbes, when it was pointed out that he actually can’t win in 2020, that he won’t be on enough ballots to yield 270 electoral votes, and that a write-in campaign isn’t feasible and thus was serving as a spoiler, West replied: “I’m not going to argue with you. Jesus is King.”

The Billionaire rapper turned down various attempts to clarify who was driving his ballot access or strategy and whether it’s being coordinated by or with Republican-affiliated officials.

Couple of weeks back, West claims he is going to beat Biden through write-ins, alone. Write-ins are when the voter writes down a candidate’s name even if they aren’t actually on the ballot.

However, it appears he still has a relationship with the Trump White House. Ye says that he’s “designing a school within the next month” and that “I’m meeting with Betsy DeVos about the post-Covid curriculum.”

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