Kanye: Kim K, Clintons Used Cultural ‘Influencers’ to Convince Blacks to Take COVID Jabs

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Last Updated on October 7, 2022

Kanye West told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that his ex-wife Kim Kardashian worked with the Clinton family to use celebrities and cultural influencers to convince black people to take COVID jabs. Due to her extremely close Clinton connections, Kanye says that Kim tried to “manipulate” him into using his platform to promote a left-wing political agenda.

Kanye West told Tucker Carlson during the pair’s ground-breaking sit-down interview that his ex-wife Kim Kardashian, along with her mother Kris Jenner, worked with the Clinton family to convince black people to accept lethal COVID jabs.

“A friend of mine told me that Kris [Jenner] and Kim [ Kardashian] had called him because he had influence inside of the black community,” West told Carlson. They called him, West went on, “to get him to influence people to take the vaccination”

When the jab roll-out first began, convincing black people to accept the shots was among the highest priorities of the medical-industrial complex. Numerous black athletes, artists, and political figures were tapped to help launch mass manipulation efforts, in a manner similar to the way Planned Parenthood marketed abortion in black communities during the 20th century.

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Kanye West told Tucker Carlson that he was surprised when he learned how close his then-wife was to the Clintons. While he wasn’t previously aware of the political connection, West said that it made sense considering the vitriol he faced from his own family and their Hollywood associates when he publicly supported President Trump.

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“But it was wild that I didn’t know how close my own wife was to the Clintons,” West said. “I didn’t know, you know, I didn’t realize it at the time. And I was married to her.”

“How close was she to the Clintons?” Tucker Carlson asked.

“I mean, a cell phone away,” said West, adding that the Clintons would contact Kim, instructing her to “tell [Kanye] to say this,” or to “go out and use your platform to push the vaccination.”

“Yes, there was manipulation,” West concluded of the situation.

See this portion of Kanye West’s interview with Tucker Carlson below:

Kanye West’s revelations surrounding Kim Kardashian’s relationship with the Clinton family and their targetted manipulation of black people come in the wake of previous comments he made about the shady political connection.

During a recent social media disagreement with the Kardashian and Jenner family, West accused the group of keeping his children away from their black father.

If the Kardashian-Jenner clan has a problem with his public statements, West says, they should tell their “Clinton friends” to do something about it.

“Tell your Clinton friends to come get me,” West wrote. “I’m here.”

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