Eminem Releases Brainwashing Song About Trump, Zimmerman, Kaepernick and More…

On Wednesday before the final debate, famous rapper Eminem released a freestyle hip hop track titled “Campaign Speech.” In the song, Eminem joins the long list of celebrities and pop-culture icons who have taken grievance with Republican candidate Donald Trump. Halfway through the track at around the 3:20 mark, Eminem begins his verbal assault against Trump.

The rapper also quips lyrics about assassinating George Zimmermann, getting weird with Colin Kaepernick’s socks, and degrading women in sexually violent fantasies. While past Eminem songs have always referenced drugs, alcohol and women, this new track clearly aims for the listening ears of millennial children. Is this a new form of politically brainwashing young Americans, soon to be legitimate voters?

Below are the lyrics attacking Trump in “Campaign Speech,” as well as Eminem’s released YouTube video of the song:

Eminem’s ‘Campaign Speech’ lyrics on Trump

Run the faucet, I’ma dunk

A bunch of Trump supporters underwater

Snuck up on ’em in Ray Bans in a gray van with a spray tan

It’s a wrap, like an Ace bandage

Don’t-give-a-fuck persona, to my last DNA strand

E&J in the waistband, at the VMAs with the stagehand

She wants kielbasa, pre-arrange an escape plan

Three-inch blade on point, like a See-and-Say

Consider me a dangerous man

But you should be afraid of this dang candidate

You say Trump don’t kiss ass like a puppet

‘Cause he runs his campaign with his own cash for the fundin’

And that’s what you wanted

A fuckin’ loose cannon who’s blunt with his hand on the button

Who doesn’t have to answer to no one—great idea!

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