Sean “P. Diddy” Combs is so mad at America’s two party system (and much more so at Trump) that he’s now embarking on establishing his own political party based on skin color.
Over the weekend, the hip hop mogul and occasional rapper announced via Twitter the advent of his new political venture, which is a separate African American-centric party made up of “young Black elected officials and activists.” The ultimate irony is that Diddy told his fans he’s doing this to push back against President Trump “dividing us.”
Is someone going to tell him he’s doing that himself?
Before specifically mentioning his new “Our Black Party” on October 16, P. Diddy laid out the context for his ambitions, writing, “The NUMBER ONE priority is to get Trump out of office. HE HAS TO GO. We can't allow this man to continue to try and DIVIDE US. The people that have the most responsibility and should be SCARED TO DEATH of this man are white people.”
In a clip from an interview with African American radio personality Charlamagne Tha God, Diddy actually said, "White men like Trump need to be banished."
Back on Twitter, the rapper then mentioned that Trump is about to get the entire country embroiled in a race war. In plain terms he tweeted, “WE ARE ON THE VERGE OF A RACE WAR.” Adding, “Things have got too serious. It would be irresponsible of me to have us hold our vote hostage.”
“But it would also be irresponsible of me to let this moment go by and not make sure going forward we are doing what it takes to own our politics,” he said as well. Though where does Diddy get off calling the shots for people because they have the same skin color as him?
But again, Diddy could never be racist. Trump is the automatic racist, while his presidential opponent, Joe Biden, could never be seen as taking the African American vote for granted, even though he composed the ‘94 Crime Bill, a bill which Joe even admitted was a “mistake” last week because of how harsh it was towards the African American community. “We need to get Biden in and hold him accountable. Trump has taken things too far. As Black people, we aren't even a topic of real discussion,” he said.
Biden can say “you ain’t black” to those African Americans who don’t vote for him, but Trump’s the dismissive one. Ironically, fellow Hip Hop mogul Ice Cube claimed recently that Trump’s team was willing to work with the African American community on policy immediately, while he claimed that Democrats punted on the issue until after the election.
Racial BS aside, Diddy announced his plan, tweeting, “So, I'm launching one of the boldest things I've ever launched. I'm launching a Black political party with some young Black elected officials and activists. It's called @OurBlackParty, it doesn't matter if you are Republican or Democrat…”
Diddy is very inclusive, well, as long as you’re in on his radical agenda, which historically is informed by the Black Lives Matter rhetoric that uses lies about police hunting black men as fuel to encourage impressionable folks to question any authority figure. He screams about race wars and Trump, but then again, he’s also the gentleman supporting anti-Semites and black power figures like Rev. Louis Farrakhan.
He also was one of the first figures to step in and offer support to “Masked Singer” host Nick Cannon after his July screed against “non-melanated” people, AKA white and Jewish people, who he claimed were “less than” colored people. Sensible people should stay far away from his new party, white or black.