Washed Up Rapper Eminem Releases Music Video Pushing Bloomberg-Funded Gun Control Groups
Washed up rap artist Eminem released a surprise new album titled “Music to Be Murdered By” on Friday morning, and it is accompanied by a message against gun rights.
The Detroit-based rapper – who has frequently encouraged violent acts in his controversial music – had messages at the end of a music video for a song on the new album supporting gun control. He also published a link on his website promoting anti-2nd Amendment front groups funded by billionaire Democrat presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg.
The music video for the song, “Darkness,” which talks about a mass shooting that happens in a concert, finishes with an appeal for fans to register to vote for Democrat gun-grabbing politicians.
“When will this end? When enough people care,” reads text at the end of the video. “Register to vote at vote.gov. Make your voice heard and help change gun laws in America.”
A link to the music video on Eminem’s website promotes Everytown for Gun Safety and Sandy Hook Promise, two Bloomberg fronts that pose as grassroots activist groups that agitate in states throughout the country to destroy the 2nd Amendment.
Bloomberg founded Everytown in 2014 when he escalated his gun control push following the end of his reign as New York City Mayor:
Almost a year after a minority of the U.S. Senate blocked legislation to require comprehensive gun background checks despite near-unanimous public support, a new organization launching today will unite millions of Americans who will work together to end gun violence and counter the Washington gun lobby: Everytown for Gun Safety. At its center, the organization will house Mayors Against Illegal Guns, founded by former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and former Boston Mayor Tom Menino, and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a grassroots movement of moms that was founded the day after Newtown. Everytown will ask Americans to join the fight to reduce the gun violence that kills 86 Americans every day and affects every town – big cities and small towns alike. This means continuing to press for change in Washington and moving beyond Congress to bring the fight for common-sense gun policies to state capitols, corporate boards, and state and federal elections – fields of play formerly occupied almost solely by the gun lobby. Supporters of Everytown will back candidates and legislation that will save lives, donate to the group’s efforts and take action to raise awareness for important issues like guns in schools, domestic violence, child access to guns, suicide and the other ways that gun violence affects all Americans.
Eminem had previously released a cringe-worthy diss track against President Trump at the BET Hip Hop Awards in 2017, one that earned him a geat deal of ridicule.
Eminem, who was once the king of controversy for his violent lyrics detailing the rape and murder of the mother of his own children, is attempting to go woke in order to maintain relevance. He should probably just retire from music, and stay on Grindr where he belongs.