Kanye West has settled on a 2020 presidential slogan, in October

Ye hopes to bring faith back into the American household

Kanye West continues building his political machine ahead of November’s 2020 Presidential election, legally securing the rights to his latest political slogan; “God Save America.”

The “Jesus Walks” singer is planning to emblazon his pious political message across T-shirts, sweaters, hoodies and hats. The message harkens to Ye’s first campaign ad released, Monday.

West stands resolute in the foreground of a black and white American flag, preaching the importance of spiritual awakening in America. He asks voters to consider his candidacy based on his promise to restore faith in each American home.

Many voters may be confused come election day, as Kanye’s Birthday Party is listed on the ballot in just a handful of states. That hasn’t stopped people from writing the candidate in. Kanye has spent the past few days tweeting photos that he alleges show supporters writing his name in for a vote.

Politics aside, Kanye has been on the grind in 2020. After promising fans a new album, Kanye posted a 38 second track along with a scenic video shot mid-boat ride in some vast ocean.

“You ask him to feel protected / And still feel protected,” West raps. “Just one time for the record / Just one time for the record / Don’t agree with the message / Don’t agree with the methods.” The artist samples Lauryn Hill’s single ‘Doo-Wop (That Thing)’ from her insanely popular 1998 album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.

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