Kanye West On Red-Pill Rampage, Now Tweeting Scott Adams As Left Flips Out

Less than a week after Kanye West's nearly year-long break from Twitter, the controversial hip-hop star who endorsed Donald Trump in the 2016 election tweeted his support on Saturday for black pro-Trump conservative, Candice Owens. 

Followed by "only free thinkers"

Owens, a conservative activist and communications director for right-leaning nonprofit Turning Point USA, has accused Black Lives Matter of embracing victimhood - telling a group of BLM protesters at a Friday UCLA speech she gave: "It’s embarrassing. You’re not living through anything right now. You’re overly privileged Americans.

24 hours later, Kanye tweeted his support of Owens - after which the left immediately moved to smear both of them.

Twitter, for example, immediately branded Owens a "far-right media personality" - to which she replied "Far right? Allow me to clarify: I believe the black community can do it without hand-outs. I believe the Democrats have strapped us to our past to prevent us from our futures. And I won’t stop fighting until all black Americans see that." 

Adding: "I’m not far right—I’m free."

In response, the left roasted West and Owens - and outlets like the Washington Post were right there to make sure everyone knows who we're shunning this week. 

West's politics have become increasingly right-leaning, attracting criticism from the left. And his embrace of Owens, who has aligned herself with Alex Jones and conservatism’s other fringe thinkers, does not appear to have been well received by politically engaged blacks -WaPo

So with Kanye's base in revolt, what does he do? The madman starts tweeting out clips of conservative pundit and Dilbert creator Scott Adams, who broke down West's recent endorsement of Owens

The story is that these two people that shouldn't be in the same conversation - in seven words, Kanye just changed that. And he just freed a lot of people from a mental prison. Kanye, in seven words, unlocked a mental prison - and is bringing you to... the golden age. -Scott Adams

And it wasn't just one Scott Adams clip - Kanye tweeted nine of them - which followed a steady drip of Kanye quotables over the weekend:

Speaking with Fox & Friends on Sunday, Owens responded to Kanye's endorsement, saying "Kanye West does not really want to fold to controversy. If you look at things historically, Kanye West has really represented the battering ram against political correctness." 

"Long before Donald Trump came down the escalator, Kanye West was public enemy No. 1 for simply trying to tell the truth to people about things that were going on so I’m unsurprised that he supports me and my ideas and me just thinking freely," Owens told the panel. 

Trump's supporters are welcoming Kanye's comments with open arms: