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YouTuber Keemstar, who has over 4 million subscribers on his internet news show, DramaAlert, has gone on his Twitter account to reveal who he voted for in the past presidential elections.
On Tuesday, he tweeted, “I belong to no political party. I voted Obama 2008, Ron Paul 2012, Trump 2016.” He ended his tweet with, “I still believe those were the best candidates for office at that time. Trump is doing a great job!”
He’s been trolling Democrats all night, surprising fans by saying he voted for Barack Obama, Ron Paul, and Donald Trump for president in the past three presidential elections.
i agree with you 100% keem but are you prepared to step into the political arena?— Mail Order Dollar Blades (@DollarMail) November 7, 2018
People’s responses were mixed.
Trump has completely disgraced climate change and doesnt even believe its real, how you can say he's doing a great job lmao— Jack (@ItsRK_) November 7, 2018
Trump has made it more dangerous for immigrants, transsexual people and reporters by portraying them as murderers, rapist or invaders. If you think that's a great then your views of "great" need evaluation— JRKUERVO (@JRKUERVOGAMING) November 7, 2018
His latest ad against immigrants was so racist not even FOX would air it. He painted all immigrants as murderers. Over the last 18 months attacks against minorities has increase over 50 percent. You don't have to believe me but these things are happening.— JRKUERVO (@JRKUERVOGAMING) November 7, 2018
Some were not pleased to know Keemstar voted for President Donald Trump in the 2016 election cycle, replying with one-word tweets like “unfollowed.”
oMfG I CaNnOt BeLeEvE u VoTeD tHe TrUmPeT pic.twitter.com/N633Zo1wrO— Mr.Afflixion (@MrAfflixion) November 7, 2018
unfollowed— ☁️ (@klouuuttt) November 7, 2018
Others supported Kemp’s choice.
“thank you for being an amazing content creator and sticking up for whats right,” a user wrote.
thank you keem for being an amazing content creator and sticking up for whats right.— DarthEatsDonuts (@DarthEatsDonuts) November 7, 2018
Thank you, Keemstar. Very cool!— Claymydia (@clay_earley) November 7, 2018
Although Keemstar has stated he doesn’t belong to one political party, his recent tweets support Trump.
He is not afraid to voice his opinions about CNN, saying that the sole purpose of their coverage is to make Trump “look bad.”
Keemstar is known to have feuds with YouTube personalities in the past. It started with YouTuber iDubbbzTV in May 2016, talking about his issues with Keem in a video called “Content Cop – KEEMSTAR,” according to Know Your Meme.
Keemstar uploaded a response video on his Twitter account, saying his friend had “betrayed” him. Recently he’s been in a nasty feud with YouTuber Marina Joyce, accusing her of being “on drugs.”
Sunny Kim studies journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. She's an editorial intern with the Daily Dot. Her work has appeared in the Daily Texan and Popular Mechanics.