This is not the first time that Kanye West has decided to participate in the 2020 US Presidential elections. However, just a day after tweeting this, he tweeted and confirmed that he wouldn’t be taking part in the 2020 US Presidential elections. According to an article from republicworld.com, it has been said that a close political critic has confirmed on July 14 that Kanye West will longer be a candidate who was planning on running as a third-party candidate.
The reason why Kanye West just backing off from the US presidential election 2020
According to sources, it is quite evident for an individual to run out of the presidential election. However, to get an entry as a third-party candidate, West needs to bring roughly 132,781 signatures by July 15. This will make him eligible for the third party. From the gathered information, West doesn’t get a tremendously positive response from the people. As a result of his, he was stepping down from the race for the US presidency. Everyone predicts that West will 2 percent of the votes if he went against current US President Donald Trump.
Thoughts of West about the Elections
During a recent interview with Nick Cannon, Kanye West said: “Let me tell you who’s the most racist, the liberal racist. When a white person can tell me you’re going to split the vote, better not step past the line, boy.”
Additionally, he also revealed his views regarding political aspirations. He said- “The reason why I know eventually — eventually could be three months, eventually could be three and a half years — the reason why I eventually will make a great president is because I’m sensitive,” Mr. West said. “I’m here to serve. Even as a Gemini, I feel the energy in the room, I read body language, I read this energy, and I hurt. I hurt for the country; I hurt not just Black people, but all people of America. And I hurt for all people in the world.”
According to sources, West has already missed the deadline for qualification. However, he didn’t enough signatures to appear. Last week West was qualified for appearing on Oklahoma’s presidential ballot. Over there, he met the requirements before the deadline, which is good news for him. However, the hip-hop artist has to struggle to explain his motivations for a Prominent presidential candidate. West needs to be more central to his thoughts about the presidential candidate to get some positive response.