CHARLESTON, South Carolina – Kanye West, the man who may have a bigger ego than Donald Trump, kicked off his journey to the White House, at the Deep In The Heart of Dixie Convention Center.
Kim Kardashian, Kanye’s wife, estimated that there were about 149,000 people there, which is interesting as hell, since the fire marshal said that the hall only holds 4,202 people.
West wore a bullet-proof vest, steel-toed boots, and a Black Lives Matter jock strap.
On at least 29 occasions, he yelled at the crowd to shut the eff up, and to listen to the man who, in January, will be moving into the White House.
Kanye started off by telling the semi-enthusiastic crowd that the Vietnam War was just a hoax perpetuated by witch hunters, cosmic colluders, and automobile insurance agents.
Kanye also told the crowd - which actually numbered right at 117, if you count the security guards, the parole officers, and the street walkers that sauntered in out of the rain - that America is ready for a black president, who will see to it that every player in the NBA is black.