Donald Trump sat with his arms tightly crossed over his chest when rapper Kanye West met with him in the Oval Office. The cameras were rolling, and West was rolling even faster. Given how much POTUS hates “the Blacks,” his body language gave the impression that he wanted to immediately jump into the shower after the rapper hugged him. Still, the dictator-in-waiting was ready to use West to win this presidential election.
West struggles with bipolarism, and his rambling monologue may have been a clue that he needed his medications. The man to whom he was speaking does the same sort of rambling, but maybe the reason is he likes to hear himself talk.
Clearly, Trump is not intelligent enough or able to stay on topic long enough to strategize, but he does have a cadre of people around him to handle that — include Russian President Vladimir Putin. The plan was to insert the rapper onto swing-state ballots as one more presidential candidate, which they thought would increase Trump’s chances of winning in November.
The Arizona Supreme Court has, however, denied West’s bid to get his name on its state’s ballot on Tuesday, The Arizona Family reported. The court found the man ineligible, because he did not file a Statement of Interest” with the Arizona elections officials prior to getting the necessary signatures. West’s people had almost 58,000 signatures, even though only 39,000 were required in the state.
West is still attempting to be on enough state ballots to become a significant enough candidate to affect the presidential outcome. Reports that he dropped out of the race are not accurate. He has only given up on individual states.
Arizona’s Statement of Interest includes the candidate’s name, the office he is seeking, and his political party. West broke a state law through this carelessness, careless that is unless the person advising him was not terribly familiar with US and state legislation.
Attorneys for the rapper declared West’s status as a registered Wyoming Republican was immaterial to getting his name on Arizona’s ballot. Thus far, West has qualified to have his name on the following states’ ballots: Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Tennessee, and Utah. He lost his bid on Montana, Ohio, West Virginia, and Wisconsin, among others.
Arizona’s attorneys challenged the rapper, arguing he was not qualified as an Independent candidate. They turned West’s argument against him, indicating that by being a registered Wyoming Republican, he was disqualified. West listed his party as “BDY,” the Birthday Party.
The Maricopa County judge ruled against West, but the rapper’s attorneys appealed the ruling. Maricopa County includes Phoenix. That was when they took their case to the state’s Supreme Court.
The following is the Supreme Court of Arizona’s Decision Order:
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