Kim Kardashian is defending her husband Kanye West after he went on a Twitter rant expressing his love of President Trump on Wednesday.
Confused? Let's back up. Over the last few days, people on Twitter have become concerned that Kanye may be getting radicalized by the far right before our very eyes.
For one, on Monday, the rapper tweeted out nine clips from a livestream by Dilbert creator Scott Adams. Adams has frequently blogged about supporting Trump, men's rights, and far-right ideologies.
Adams told BuzzFeed News he was totally shocked by Kanye's sudden cosign.
“That’s not the sort of thing anybody can expect,” he said. “Nothing I could expect.”
Then, on Wednesday, Kanye began another round of tweets. This time, he tweeted about being a "free thinker" and loving and supporting President Trump fearlessly. They "are both dragon energy," he said of his new friend.
Kanye went on to tweet about how he also likes Hillary, that he's not in the so-called sunken place, he's not afraid of much, and something about how love conquers all.