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Kanye West Working With Republicans On His ‘Presidential Campaign’, Motives Questioned

By Ryan Naumann

Kanye West is receiving help on his presidential campaign from several republicans, which is causing many to question his true intentions.

The New York Times reports four people involved in Kanye’s presidential campaign are connected to the G.O.P. The outlet says the individuals are working to make sure Kanye gets his name on the ballot in as many states as possible. The theory being they believe Kanye will steal votes away from Biden and help Donald Trump get elected.

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The NY Times said a republican named Mark Jacoby was helping Kanye. Mark was arrested for voter fraud in 2008. Two others with G.O.P. ties include Gregg Keller (who almost worked for President Trump) and Chuck Wilton (a convention delegate for Trump and his wife is a Trump appointee at the United States Department of Agriculture).

The fourth person is a woman named Lane Ruhland who worked for the Republican National Committee in 2016.

As The Blast previously reported, last month, Kanye announced he was running for President on Twitter.


He wrote, “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States! #2020VISION.”

The weeks since the announcement Kanye has been in full meltdown mode. Sources close to him believe Kanye is in the middle of a Bipolar episode. The drama started with Kanye chatting with Forbes where he spoke about his anti-abortion views, distanced himself from his buddy Donald Trump and said he didn’t believe in vaccines.

He proceeded to hold a disastrous campaign rally in South Carolina. At the event, Kanye berated a young black girl for trying to correct his inaccurate statements and broke down in tears while revealing Kim Kardashian almost aborted their daughter.

Sources say Kim has been working to get her husband help but has been unsuccessful thus far.

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