Last Updated on January 2, 2023
Young supporters of Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, are launching a nationwide organization called Students for Ye to advocate for the anti-Bolshevik rapper’s potential 2024 presidential campaign. Ye has galvanized young people across America with his bold comments exposing Bolshevik media manipulation and the culture of censorship that targets anyone who speaks out against the parasitical establishment.
Students for Ye launched quietly and quickly racked up hundreds of interested potential members. Daniel Schmidt serves as the group’s National Chairman, Luke Hogan serves as National Vice Chairman, and Sean McCrossen serves as Social Media Lead.
The organization is quickly growing, and taking on campaign initiatives, offering an online informational survey for college students interested in supporting a Ye ’24 campaign.
“I, along with college freshman Luke Hogan, launched Students for Ye a few weeks ago to organize students on college campuses to support a potential YE24 presidential campaign,” Daniel Schmidt, the National Chairman of Students for Ye, told NATIONAL FILE in an exclusive interview.
“Like many in the conservative movement, we love Donald Trump, but his lackluster announcement speech, coupled with his endorsement of Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House, immensely disappointed us. What America needs more than ever is a fearless, visionary leader who puts both America and Christ first: Ye has demonstrated he can be that leader,” Schmidt told NATIONAL FILE.
“In just two weeks, nearly 800 students have expressed interest in joining Students for Ye, and we are working with people very close to Ye to actualize this vision. We are confident we can revolutionize the campus conservative movement if Ye runs for president,” Schmidt told NATIONAL FILE.
“Conservatives, liberals, Christians, and atheists alike have been let down by our leaders for decades in America. The reason Daniel and I have thrown all our efforts behind Ye is that he offers something distinct from the status quo,” Students for Ye National Vice-Chairman Luke Hogan told NATIONAL FILE.
“What he offers is a firm foundation on which to build a future America — it just so happens to be something intrinsically Christian,” Hogan went on.
“Americans worship Christ every Sunday. To have a proper republic, our leaders need to honor that fact and reflect it in our laws. Daniel, myself, and the hundreds of other Students for Ye members believe that Ye is the person to bring these ideas to fruition,” Students for Ye National Vice-Chairman Luke Hogan told NATIONAL FILE.
Clearly, anticipation is rising.