Consider for a moment the groundwork the 2016 electoral process has layed.
We now know that a celebrity can be the president. George Clooney says no; but it’s certainly possible. Recall the Reagan Administration. If Charlton Heston can be the leader of the NRA, why can’t Jay Z be the spokesperson for the NAACP?
Why stop there? Why not seize the presidency? More rappers have visited the White House in the last seven years than EVER before. And it’s not to perform for POTUS. Common the rapper mentioned just last night as he posted to FB Live that although this is his first time going to the White House, it may be the last time the opportunity is extended.
What if Beyoncé became the First Lady? Once we accept that politics is merely political showboating, we can better understand that her recent release LEMONADE was merely a brilliantly executed marketing scheme to draw attention to a musical dynasty that holds more importance than any presidential campaign.
That weekend it was released was one of the first that the media didn’t lead their newscasts with something stupid that Trump had uttered. It took a disgusting Cinco De Mayo tweet to get America’s attention back on “what’s really important!”
We are so easily manipulated and distracted that we still accept major events in our contemporary history (such as 911, and Benghazi) at face value. How can an email scandal trump countless corporate bankruptcies and a refusal to release tax returns. Wake Up! Meanwhile amidst the bickering, a career-socialist democrat stole America’s heart! Bernie’s likeliness to win the democratic nomination is contingent on how well the media is able to rob him of the needed attention. Will the media keep him from mobilizing a nation of free thinkers. It is the imbeciles that are still embracing the electoral process–a process that relies on party delegates in leui of an electoral college, and a non-popular vote to elect a president.
Keep them subdued and blind, and the general public will believe anything.
Jay Z for President
Let’s consider the qualifications. He is an American citizen. So no one will question his birth certificate. He was born here in the United States to American parents (that he keeps OUT of the spot light). He makes no excuses for his urban upbringing and will never need to deny his relationship with drugs.
He’s over the age of 35, but has a huge demographically charged following. Imagine getting head-bopping tweens to canvas their neighborhood encouraging their teachers and bus drivers to register to vote. He’ll have seniors leaving their 55+ Communities to vote for Hov!
Backwards thinking?!? Not at all!
What’s the last qualifier? Nobody remembers. No one cares. As a nation we’ve tuned in to debate after debate. The ratings for these televised events surpass American Idol. And even the mayor of Paris has partnered with the new Muslim mayor of London in calling the leading American presidential candidate a fool.
But Jay Z is known worldwide too! He’s circumnavigated the globe more times than a TWA pilot. He’s got more people wearing blue than the Yankees do! He could even get the Crips to stop battling the Bloods long enough to be challengers at the polls. When you are both gang affiliated AND a Illuminati Icon, there’s no need for a national guard. Do you get it?!? He’s CONNECTED! And his access to the White House is unlimited.
We joke that there’d never be a Lewinksky-esque scandal on Michelle’s watch, but Barrack can get dangerously close to the Queen of R & B. And who would be the wiser? After all, Kennedy was the sitting president during the Civil Rights Movement and a hero to many. Marilyn worked out this kinks, we learned later.
But the traditional misogynistic appeal of hip hop has given way to a larger social conscientiousness, and the rappers have grown up to be sitcom stars, movie producers, and political activists.
R & B / Hip Hop no longer accepts social norms that degrade our people. Well, there’s a few rappers whose lyrics we can’t make sense of, but we’ll revisit them in a few years after their speech therapy and they’re WOKE.
We’ve raised the standard, and we want more. Obama was the first, not the last. We want him to be able to run for s third term, but the Constitution won’t allow it. We recognize that we must be the change we want to see. Who better to bring it than an icon we all trust?