Candice Owens Swings Back On Libs After They Attack Kanye's 'White Lives Matter' Shirts
Political commentator, Candice Owens, was asked by rapper Kanye West, to stand beside him while he showcased his new fashion line. The pair worse 'white lives matter' shirts and the left were set on fire. How dare these young, successful black people recognize the racial divide and try to mend the damaging message created by Democrats.
Owens took the opportunity to clear the air and state, "no lives have been mattering', referring to the scam that is BLM. Owens first noted that Ye called her up and invited her to join him at Paris Fashion week where he launched the shirts.
I instantly understood what he was trying to do and what the artistic expression was. What it offered was a stunning commentary on the hypocrisy of the society that we live in. For years we were told that “Black Lives Matter” was not an exclusionary phrase. We were told that "It’s just what we’re saying, we’re not trying to leave white people out. We’re just saying it because this is a moment that Black Americans need to have in this country."
Owens is notorious for calling out the BLM movement for it’s corrupt and self-proclaimed Marxist ways.
“Literally all lives matter and in fact, no lives have been mattering," Owens stated.
In the interview she also pointed out the two “worst things you can be in this country.”
“First and foremost, a black child in the womb,” she said. She’s right, like Ye mentioned in the first part of the interview released last week, “50 percent of black death in America is abortion.”
Owens said that the second worst thing someone could be in America is a “white, straight male.” Noting that it’s “too normal” so progressives attack it! “People are dying to say that they are anything but being white.”
Owens finally noted the impact that the “White Lives Matter” shirts had mentioned that white people at farmers' markets were thanking her for “allowing us to have our voices back.”
“There’s a vicious narrative around that somehow black Americans are suffering from policing and therefore white lives can’t matter. They do, it’s obvious, Kanye was correct,” Owens concluded.
During an interview West gave a beautiful analogy about how he sees his role in this crazy world:
"The more and more I lean into God and work for God, the more wins God is gonna bestow on our team, on Jesus gang. And for me to just go out and just state an obvious and empathetic statement in the middle of the most liberal century, that was like Tiananmen Square. With Candace Owens. And we both wore the shirt at the same time. You know, we've got some Jesus soldiers out here. People say they're willing to die for it but we live for it. We are living for the battle and what's the battle for? Life itself. Our children."