BLEXIT – “Chant of Freedom”

Posted by Tina

This election may turn out to be even more unexpected than the last. Races are tightening all across the country making the threat of a big blue wave seem like nothing but a nightmare. Latinos in California and Arizona are not as locked in as Democrats have assumed. And in the black community? I won’t call it a wave…yet…but there is strong movement away from the Democrat Party. And now it has a name, BLEXIT.

We are Americans first and foremost and we will work to piece back together our broken communities — absent overreaching government structures, absent hand-outs, and alongside our American brothers and sisters.

The tides are shifting. New leaders are emerging to help steer open minds into the uncharted possibilities of our futures.

We need all of America to join us in this fight. No matter your skin color, we need you to take up metaphorical arms against the Democrat party. First, visit our website,, where you will find the hard truths about the bigoted racism within the Democrat party. Second, spread the word. Your voice matters to those who are looking to make an “exit” from the bondage of the Democrat party. Finally, stand for truth. This battle will be one of the most consequential culture wars in American history. Your support is needed to allow us to arm the next generation with the facts they need to be free.

Most of us are familiar with the young black woman, Candace Ownes, who’s been the catalyst for an astonishing shift in the way some black folks think. It all started a year or so ago when she posted a video announcing her new conservatism to her liberal parents. That video got her a new job:

Charlie Kirk is the founder of Turning Point USA, a non-profit focus on teaching young adolescents the truth about economics and government. Only three months after Owens posted her first commentary to social media, Kirk hired her as the non-profit’s director of urban engagement.

Speaking at the MAGA Illinois Rally and Expo on Nov. 21, Owens promised a crowd of enthusiastic fans and followers that she intended to use her position with TPUSA to spur a pro-Trump conservative revolution across the country, particularly for minorities just like herself.

“I’m saying this to you now, by the end of 2018 I’m going to be one of the most well-known people in this country because I am going to lead the black revolution for the Conservative movement,” she said

And she has!

I feel the earth move under my feet, I feel the sky tumblin down…

Kanye West saw her video and started following Candace. He designed a “Blexit” clothing line in an act of clear entrepreneurial capitalism. The line was showcased at the Young Black Leadership Summit held in in Washington, DC Friday and Saturday.

President Trump spoke to this enthusiastic group with a unifying message calling them brilliant, courageous, patriotic, and proud. Trump spoke to the qualities each bring to their work and offered encouragement in their own leadership hopes…including desires to one day be president…which was met with loud applause and cheers.

As expected, Democrat leaders are a bit miffed and out of sorts. Al Sharpten, “notorious race baiter,” had the gall to call the White House hosting of this group, “racist:”

“It’s one of the lowest things he could ever do,” Sharpton complained Friday evening on MSNBC. “To go in the East Room, which is sacred, have a staged rally. Notice that all of those youngsters had caps on. It was almost like we’re going to dress you for the photo. And to call it a young black leader summit ….” (video at the link)

(Did he or did he not just demonstrate his Democrat Plantation credentials?)

These bright young people will not be discouraged, They’ve already heard it all and by the way, Al, not all of the attendees were “youngsters.”

Hey Dems…“You guys are in so much trouble”

BREXIT? Yeah!!

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23 Responses to BLEXIT – “Chant of Freedom”

  1. Peggy says:

    I’ve been following Candace since she first came on the scene. She’s such an amazing woman, who I believe will go down in history as this generation’s Rosa Parks.

    Don’t know if you have these two videos of her at Stanford above Tina, but they’re my favorites.

    Charlie Kirk & Candace Owens Full Speech at Connect the Dots’, “Saving California”:

    “IM OFF THE PLANTATION BRO” Woke Black Man Questions Liberals and BLM w/ Candace Owens at Stanford:

    Also, the Walk Away movement had a rally in DC on Friday where the videos look like hundreds if not thousands showed up to march in the pouring rain. Must see video!!

    ‘#WalkAway’ movement renouncing liberalism marches through nation’s capital:

    Live Feed: WalkAway March on Washington, DC #WalkAway:

    And last but not least. If you missed Newt Gingrich on the Mark Levin show tonight on Fox it too is a must watch.

    • Tina says:

      Thanks Peggy…hope I have some time to watch them!

    • Chris says:

      I’ve been following Candace since she first came on the scene. She’s such an amazing woman, who I believe will go down in history as this generation’s Rosa Parks.

      This is so offensive I could puke.

      Rosa Parks faced down actual oppression and took actual risks to ensure equal treatment of African-Americans.

      Candace Owens is a lying grifter who risks nothing in order to make white people feel better about themselves.

      Get some perspective.

      • Peggy says:

        Wow Chris, back to your old hateful attacks already?! I gave my opinion, which I’m entitled to. You’re entitled to your own, but you’re not entitled to attack me for mine.

        Waiting for your apology.

        • Pie Guevara says:

          Hey, why would Chris ever change? He is a thoroughly brain washed brown shirt who is on the attack against any brown skinned person who walks of the Rat plantation.

          The negro burner only approves of well broken in house n***ers. If he cannot own them he seeks to try and destroy them.

          Candace Owens is an intelligent and articulate woman. So of course the negro burner pukes!

          Good luck with that, negro burner! 😀

        • Chris says:

          I am absolutely entitled to verbally attack you for your dumb opinions, such as your opinion that a lying grifter is somehow as great as a civil rights hero.

          Where on earth did you get the idea that your opinions are somehow beyond critique? I have nothing to apologize for.

      • Peggy says:

        Hey Chris, did you see this?!

        Trump Creates First National Monument Celebrating African-American Civil War Soldiers:

        “President Trump used his executive powers to designate Camp Nelson as a national monument, establishing a 380-acre site in Kentucky to honor African Americans’ role as soldiers during the Civil War. Camp Nelson is the first national monument designation under President Trump.

        Established as a Union supply depot and hospital during the Civil War, Camp Nelson became a recruitment and training center for African American soldiers and a refugee camp for their wives and children. Thousands of slaves risked their lives escaping to this site with the hope of securing their freedom and, ultimately, controlling their futures by aiding in the destruction of slavery.”

  2. Pie Guevara says:

    The writing is on the wall.

  3. J. Soden says:

    Sharpton had big plans to become a frequent white house visitor and possibly get his $4 million IRS back tax bill squashed.
    And then $hrilLIARy lost.
    And now, he’s reduced to whining . . . . . . Ahhhh – music to my ear!

    • Tina says:

      For some reason this reminds me of something I said when Obama was President. Maybe it’s the old black race baiters like Sharpton and Jackson juxtaposed with a younger, newer generation black man. His followers had such high hopes for him and his presidency.

      Ultimately he missed a golden opportunity to inspire and uplift people in the black and minority communities…missed it entirely! He inspired them to anger and resentment. The community organizer lacked the experience and the tools to inspire anything else.

    • Tina says:

      So is she…more music!

  4. Cherokee Jack says:

    I didn’t know I was a racist until I was at least 60 years old. It took Jesse Jackson, or maybe Al Sharpton to wise me up. I’m glad I didn’t know it when I was in school. I would have missed out on a lot of fun with a variety of racial friends. I would have missed out on even a lot more in the military. Not to mention a bunch of grandchildren and great grandchildren.
    I guess my racism shows up every time I see some clown stumbling along with his pants down around his knees. Or when I see cities being trashed. Or hear the words to rap “music.” Or watch our borders being assaulted, knowing I’ll be criticized if I complain.
    I really don’t want to be a racist. Can’t I just be allowed to have an aversion to anti-social behavior by @$$hole$?

  5. Libby says:

    “I won’t call it a wave…yet…”

    Indeed, one blogger and one rapper (possessed of more money than brains) do not “a wave” make. They make a noise, that’s all.

    You’re just going to have to hold out … unto the day, November 8 … and then we shall see.

    • Tina says:

      Yes we shall see. But I wouldn’t call the growing following that these two young people have brainless or inconsequential, as you seem wont to do.

      August 2018, Daily Wire, “POLL: Black Support For Trump Nearly Doubles Since Last Year”

      Not bad for just a year.

      Just this week, the president was praised by some black leaders for his initiatives regarding prison reform and his “pro-black” policies. Black unemployment has dropped considerably under Trump, hitting a record low of 5.9% in May.

      “This is probably the most pro-active administration regarding urban America and the faith-based community in my lifetime,” said Pastor Darrell Scott, an early supporter of Trump’s.

      “This president actually wants to prove something to our community, our faith-based community and our ethnic community. The last president didn’t feel like he had to. He got a pass,” added Scott. “This is probably going to be… the most pro-black president I’ve seen in my lifetime.”

  6. Libby says:

    Interesting …

    And I make have to take back that crack about “more money than brains” because it would seem Kanye does have the wherewithal to acknowledge his mistakes, and step back … unlike that moron in the White House.

    • Tina says:

      He stepped back from Politics…all of it. Can’t blame him he is in the entertainment business.

      In August Trumps approval rating among blacks rose to 29%. He also has the support of 43% of Native Americans, and 35% and 32% of Latinos and Asians. Given the lefts constant cries of racism this is astounding. It must have something to do with the things Trump has done! Words mean things…Deeds mean even more.

      Democrats and Republicans in Congress are locked together in a sludge filled box and they can’t get much done. Their game has imprisoned them. A few have broken out and gotten on board with the man who knows how to get things done. If we end up with a new Congress filled with more people willing to watch and learn the sky is the limit. A new 10% middle class tax cut is proposed, bringing down the cost of RXs and health care is on the agenda, building the wall…

      Democrats would start impeachment proceedings against Trump and Kavanaugh and for two years all we would get is hearings and investigations and more calls for universal healthcare…..ugh, sluggishness descends on America once again….

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