NOTE: The following article is satire, not a statement of fact. Treat it as such.
During Hurricane Katrina, an absolute debacle made far worse by the George W. Bush Administration’s terrible and incompetent response to it, Kanye West infamously went on TV and declared, “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.”
It wasn’t necessarily true, nor was Kanye’s delivery very good, but it instantly went viral (for the time) because of how deadpan Kanye was when he said it and how uncomfortable it made the TV personalities around him at the time. Plus, with Iraq going terribly, everyone was looking for an opportunity to get a jab in at Bush’s expense for years afterward, so the Kanye comment stuck around.
And now a wildfire is ravaging Hawaii, and the Biden Administration is seemingly doing absolutely nothing to stop it or help the survivors. In fact, as the fire ravages the area and islanders flee into the ocean in an attempt to save themselves from the roaring blaze, Biden sat on a beach in Deleware, napping. Congress couldn’t be bothered to care either, handing another $25 billion to the Ukrainians instead of dealing with the fire issue.
Sensing the opportunity, Glenn Beck’s “Blaze Media” decided to find and trot out Kanye again to stir up some controversy and make a viral meme at Joe Biden’s expense. Finding him at an anti-Israel rally alongside Nick Fuentes, Beck and his friends got Kanye to post a TikTok clip in which he said, “I’m Kanye West and I just want to say that Joe Biden doesn’t care about Hawaiian people.”
Kanye then pledged $10 million for Hawaii, saying that if Biden wouldn’t act to “save the Hawaiians,” then he would donate what he could to help them out. He also mentioned that his resources were limited because JP Morgan, which banked willingly for Jeffrey Epstein even after he was caught sexually abusing children, debanked him after he dared to criticize Israel and Jewish people.
George W Bush quickly traveled to the White House to appear alongside President Joe Biden and say that he “stood against hate and those who spread it,” and that he would help the Biden Administration fight “Kanye West’s racist conspiracy theories.” Biden, however, refused W Bush’s help, saying that he had heard that “George Bush doesn’t care about black people” and so didn’t want to be associated with him. Biden was apparently not making a clever joke when he said that but was being serious.
In any case, Zelensky then decided to get in on the action and said that he had heard that “America doesn’t care about Ukrainian people” because it had only sent him $100 billion in cash and another $100 billion in weapons rather than the $1 trillion of each that he had asked for. Biden declared to fight the “Racists” that didn’t want to help “Zelensky defeat Putler.”