They have also been trying to drum up support for Kayne’s presidential campaign, as one does in the year of our Lord 2020, by using social media. That is, when he isn’t working on his Christian version of TikTok, Jesus Tok.
A VISION JUST CAME TO ME… JESUS TOK I WAS WATCHING TIK TOK WITH MY DAUGHTER AND AS A CHRISTIAN FATHER I WAS DISTURBED BY A LOT OF THE CONTENT BUT I COMPLETELY LOVED THE TECHNOLOGY
— ye (@kanyewest) August 17, 2020
They have been using the hashtag #2020VISION and images of various smiling faces in his campaign promos.
Just one problem.
What’s the message here, and why am I apart of it? 🤷🏼♀️— Kirsten Dunst (@kirstendunst) August 20, 2020
Yes, that’s right, a very confused Kirsten Dunst took to Twitter on Wednesday wondering exactly how it is that her photo ended up in a Kanye West presidential campaign promo.
And she’s not alone.
Vogue editor Anna Wintour is also one of the many faces featured in the ad. And she too would like to know why that is, as well.
According to People, neither Dunst nor Wintour agreed to the use of their images in Kanye’s ad, which makes one wonder if any of the people in the photos had any idea they were being used to promote Kayne’s presidential bid.
People says Kayne’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the issue. Shocker.
Currently, West will appear on the ballots in Arkansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Utah and Vermont, with petitions in Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, Montana, Ohio and West Virginia still pending. Illinois and New Jersey have already rejected his petitions due to fake signatures.
This means, as of today, the most electoral college votes he is eligible to receive is 31. You need at least 270 to win and actually become President.
So yeah, what she said…