On Saturday night, at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Kanye West called out the leftists for the bunch of entitled crybabies that they have become. He started off the night by saying "A lot of people here tonight feel like the lost. You know why? Because y'all been lied to. Google lied to you. Facebook lied to you. Radio lied to you." He had clearly had enough of the lies and misrepresentations that the media had perpetuated about the president elect, Donald Trump. It’s well known that during the election period, Hillary clearly had the media on her side. Not a single major news source endorsed Trump. Not only that, but they distorted the information present to the American people, often editing/twisting Trump's words to make him appear insane while simultaneously making Hillary appear like a goddess. Even google modified its search results to make Hillary come out on top. Tired of this nonsense, Kanye decided to make his stand. He doubled down on his support for Trump by calling his methods necessary and futuristic. He particularly embraced Trump's complete opposition to the political correctness agenda that the leftists have so furiously been pushing down America's throats.
Simply defending Trump was not enough, Kanye had to make his audience know about how crooked Hillary was. Later in the night, he went on the offensive, calling out Clinton, saying, "It's a new world, Hillary Clinton, it's a new world. Feelings matter. Because guess what? Everybody in Middle America felt a way and they showed you how they felt." Obviously, as we all know, leftists do not tolerate dissent. Kanye's attack on Hilary was met with fervent booing from fans. Fans later went online and stated that they were disappointed. They kept their complaining up until the Golden 1 center was forced to issue an official statement stating that all fans would be refunded of all fees, including the Ticketmaster fees. It's truly a sad day in America when companies have to bend to will of crybabies because leftists couldn't stomach the idea of someone having an idea that's different from theirs.