Self-described gang member, pimp and Hillary Clinton supporter Snoop Dogg released a mock assassination video of President Donald Trump. The left’s response? A collective yawn.
I issued a statement calling for the arrest of Snoop Dogg for the “Lavender” video, which features Snoop spouting murderous threats and shooting a clown-faced Trump look-alike with a replica gun.
Any decent person would repudiate Snoop Dogg for his vile video. But when men are weak, evil flourishes. This is what has allowed predators like Snoop Dogg and others in the rap industry to get rich pushing sexually explicit and violent music to our kids.
President Trump had a great response on Twitter: “Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!”
The president is right! If a musician – especially a white one – made a mock assassination video of Obama, so-called black “leaders” and the Democratic Party leadership would be calling for the culprit to be locked up!
In fact, liberals were furious when a rodeo clown (ironically) dared to simply wear an Obama mask at the Missouri State Fair! Note the NPR headline: Rodeo clown in Obama mask sparks outrage, apologies.
The rap world is not only defending Snoop Dogg’s sick video, it’s doubling down.
Rapper T.I. – who’s spent months attacking President Trump – posted on his Instagram account, calling Snoop Dogg a “f—in legend” and said Trump should keep Snoop’s name out of his “f—in old ass puppy p–s smelling ass mouth …”
In 2007, T.I. was arrested by federal authorities and charged with two felonies –possession of three unregistered machine guns and two silencers, and possession of firearms by a convicted felon. He pleaded guilty to U.S. federal weapons charges. He was sentenced to an undefined prison sentence, a year of house arrest and 1,500 hours of community service. Because of his light sentence, it’s widely believed that he cooperated with the feds. To try and regain his street cred, T.I. has been a vocal supporter of Black Lives Matter and now a critic of Donald Trump.
Bow Wow (Shad Gregory Moss), a 30-year-old rapper (who reportedly still lives with his mama), threatened Melania Trump with this tweet:
“Ayo @realDonaldTrump shut your punk a-s up talking s–t about my uncle @SnoopDogg before we pimp your wife and make her work for us.”
If you’re waiting for Gloria Allred, Madonna, Ashley Judd or Rosie O’Donnell to condemn this idiot and demand an apology on behalf of the first lady, don’t hold your breath. The left doesn’t care about women or blacks; they only feign outrage over perceived injustices that help Democrats and damage Republicans.
Since the black community is in such disorder due to the absence of fathers, lowlifes like Snoop Dogg have been elevated to celebrity status. Here’s his background:
- Snoop’s father was absent from his life. After high school, he was arrested for possession of cocaine and was in and out of prison.
- In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Snoop said he was a professional pimp.
- In 1996, he and his bodyguard were acquitted of first- and second-degree murder charges in the shooting death of a gang member; the jury deadlocked on a manslaughter charge.
- From 1993 to 2015, he’s been repeatedly caught with firearms and drugs, including marijuana and cocaine. In 2007, he pleaded no contest to two felony charges of drug and gun possession by a convicted felon.
- He’s also been in trouble with the law overseas in London, Australia and Sweden.
- And this week, Snoop Dogg released “Super Crip,” a song and video glamorizing gang life using animation. He is affiliated with the Rollin’ 20 Crips gang.
Recently, I had Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke on my radio show to talk about his book, “Cop under Fire,” and the need for a cultural shift in black America. We discussed the left’s war on the black family, the emasculation of black males and the “cultural rot” that is destroying any trace of decency within the black community and elevating the likes of Snoop Dogg.
Sheriff Clarke noted that the black community is the only culture that doesn’t self-criticize. As a result, he said we have the emergence of the black underclass. Black “leaders” – instead of providing moral guidance – are going along with the left’s agenda for power and wealth.
Blacks used to have moral character. But that changed in the ’60s after President Lyndon B. Johnson and other Democrats began to seduce the black family with government handouts, eventually displacing black fathers.
It’s so important to rebuild men and families – and for men and women to get married before having kids. When you turn the children away from their fathers, you’re turning them away from their own identities; it leaves a void in their souls that can’t be filled by anything else.
The absence of good men is what has led to the emergence of Snoop Dogg and his ilk. He is a cancerous symptom of our sick culture. It’s time for law enforcement to arrest this thug.
BY: Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson