Kanye West Runs For President Of The U.S. And Says Coronavirus Vaccine Is “The Mark Of The Beast”

Kanye West Runs For President Of The U.S. And Says Coronavirus Vaccine Is “The Mark Of The Beast”
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The world continues to struggle amidst eh coronavirus pandemic that changed our lives for good. People almost forgot how it’s like to go outside in the streets, feeling free and not having to be cautious about everyone else around.

Now, we’re always anxious, always looking over our shoulder in order to keep the safe distance between ourselves and the others – everyone has become a potential enemy these days, a potentially infected person that could pass the virus on.

Experts are continuously working to find treatments and to develop viable vaccines that could get us out of this terrible trouble.

Kanye West has some thoughts about coronavirus 

The elections are getting closer, and just a few days ago, it’s been revealed that Kanye West decided to run for the President of the US.

Now, according to the latest reports, he also made sure to ditch his old pal Donald Trump, slam Joe Biden, and reveal his “encounter” with COVID-10. He also seems to be maintaining his anti-vaxxer stance – he even called a potential coronavirus vaccine, “the mark of the beast.” All of this happened in a recent interview with Forbes

“I am taking the red hat off, with this interview,” West said about his prior support for Trump.

He continued and said: “One of the main reasons I wore the red hat as a protest to the segregation of votes in the Black community. Also, other than the fact that I like Trump hotels and the saxophones in the lobby.”

Here’s what he said about vaccines: “It’s so many of our children that are being vaccinated and paralyzed. . . . So when they say the way we’re going to fix Covid is with a vaccine, I’m extremely cautious. That’s the mark of the beast. ”

Meanwhile, there are all kinds of debates about immunization taking place, and some even said that a vaccine could not turn out to be successful due to the lack of enough immunization in the US. 


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