The Hypocrisy of Liberal Shill and Rapper Snoop Dog on Gun Violence

Democrats love making verbal and dangerous threats towards those they do not like. This includes the President of the United States. During the Women’s March, former pop star Madonna said she was going to blow up the White House. Of course, she didn’t and realistically she only made an appearance at the Women’s March in order to sell her music (she did for whatever reason sing one of her former pop singles at the march). Now, rapper Snoop Dogg has followed suit by posting videos depicting the assassination of a character named “Ron Klump.”

The video Snoop Dogg released is an obvious clown character designed to look like Donald Trump. The video is not an illustration and it isn’t just something that Snoop Dogg sings about. It is portrayed on the video itself.

At what point does creating a video representation of the assassination of a standing president cross the line? If any major music recording artists or movie star did this under the previous administration they would have been arrested, thrown in jail and likely charged with a hate crime on top of it all.

Yet nothing will likely happen to Snoop Dogg. Whether he believes this video or is simply doing it for shock value in order to increase views and downloads of his song doesn’t matter. Artists do have a responsibility to the kind of content they release to the public. So how exactly does Snoop Dogg depict the assassination of “Ron Klump?” Watch the video to see for yourself.


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