Musicians and celebrity-types unhappy with the election of Donald Trump to the White House have started using their platforms to call for violence against those who voted Republican, and against the president-elect himself.
The latest: Rick Ross, rap artist.
As Breitbart reported, his lyrics are horrific:
“‘Assassinate Trump like I’m Zimmerman/Now accept these words as they came from Eminem,’ Ross raps, an apparent reference to George Zimmerman, who shot and killed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012.
“‘Free Enterprise’ features vocals from singer John Legend and appeared on Ross’ 2015 studio album Black Market. ‘Democratic Party sentenced to the pendulum/Killing them, I voted for André Benjamin,’ he raps in the video while standing in front of an upside-down American flag.
“The word ‘Trump’ was bleeped out of the official music video, released on YouTube on November 9 — the day Trump became President-elect.
“In an attempt to clarify the controversial lyrics, Ross told Rolling Stone in January he ‘would never advocate violence on Trump or anyone.’”
The calls-to-arms against Trump are especially curious given the mantra of the left has long been that it’s those individuals who supported the billionaire – the so-called “deplorables” of the nation – who are racist and violent.
As Truth Feed reported:
“This type of irresponsible, dangerous, and “Obama-Esq’ divisive rhetoric is why the Democrat party is in shambles and American has soundly rejected his liberal ideology of hate and intolerance. …
“Stop watching their crappy shows, going to see their godawful movies and listening to their … ‘music.’
“[A]nd if you get hurt by some violent anti-Trump liberal, sue a celebrity, since they’re encouraging it.”
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