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It’s 2018, Obviously Kanye Watches Jordan Peterson Videos

Kanye is expanding his consciousness

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In recent days, Kanye West has made headlines for Tweeting in support of a number of conservatives, and for becoming extremely vocal of his love for President Donald Trump.

Early on Thursday, he posted a video of his laptop screen playing a TMZ video of him rapping in a “Make America Great Again” hat. In the video, if you look closely, you will see that in another tab of his laptop he is watching a video from Canadian psychologist and free speech hero, Dr. Jordan Peterson.

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Dr. Peterson is most known for his stand against compulsory pronoun use, and created a major stir after becoming vocal about it while teaching at the University of Toronto. Since then, he has used the platform he has gained in order to promote good habits in young people.

He released a new book, titled “12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos” which has been a consistent number one best seller and currently #1 on Amazon’s “Most Read” list for 2018.

While most of what Peterson talks about isn’t controversial, the left has made him into a major enemy. As someone who is in vocal opposition to cultural Marxism, they have labeled him as a racist, sexist, homophobe, while in reality, he is none of those things.

If Kanye West was to speak out in support of Dr. Peterson, it would be huge. Jordan Peterson is encouraging people, mostly young men, to sort their lives out. The radical left is so set on “fighting the patriarchy” that his words are dangerous to them because they largely do appeal to young men.

Here’s the video Kanye was watching, we recommend cleaning your room then taking a look:

 

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United Methodist Megachurch Could Leave UMC Over Church’s Stance on Gay Marriage

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A predominantly African American megachurch in Texas is considering leaving the United Methodist denomination over the church’s increasing capitulation to the gay marriage agenda.

“Windsor Village United Methodist Church of Houston, which has approximately 18,000 members, is undergoing a process of prayer and discernment for possibly leaving the UMC,” according to the Christian Post.

The UMC is in the midst of a raging debate over homosexuality and same-sex marriage. It is considering changes to its Book of Discipline, which says homosexuality is “incompatible with Christian teaching.” The church will hold a special “General Conference” in February to hash out the issue.

Floyd LeBlanc, chairman of the Windsor Village Staff-Parish Relations Committee said that the church is holding a series of prayer gatherings and fasting once a week as part of its decision making process.

“We have invited guest speakers to bless, prepare and sustain us during this time. Bishop Tudor Bismark (from Africa) was with us recently and we look forward to a visit from Bishop Raphael Green (from Missouri),” he reportedly said.

Last November, the UMC ordained its first transgender pastor.

The Telegraph reported:

“A university chaplain has become the Methodist Church’s first transgender minister after hiding her true identity for more than four decades.

Joy Everingham, 46, spent years secretly applying lipstick and wearing women’s clothes before finally coming out three years ago.

She first announced that she planned to transition while training to become a minister, before becoming ordained last summer. It is the first time a transgender person has been appointed as a minister in the church with the church’s knowledge.

The mother-of-two from Canterbury, Kent, says she first knew she was different aged just five, and ‘didn’t fit in with everyone else’.”

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Bishop Scott Jones has had conversations with Windsor Village Lead Pastor Kirbyjon H. Caldwell about the church’s potential departure from the denomination. He said that all of the church’s property would belong to the UMC should they decide to leave.

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