(VIDEO) TGP's Jordan Conradson Joins Emerald Robinson to Discuss the New Gen 47 PAC's HISTORIC Pro-Trump Concert with Waka Flocka Flame – GET TICKETS FOR THE JUNE 14 CONCERT HERE | The Gateway expert

Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson spoke with Emerald Robinson earlier this month about New Gen 47 PACs upcoming events featuring A-list celebrities supporting Donald Trump for president.

As The Gateway Pundit reported, New Gen 47 PAC, founded by LJ Fino, president of First Class Records, and PR consultant Alex Fahmy, has big plans to hold concerts and music events with famous musicians to educate low-inclination people, young people and minority groups to rally voters for Donald Trump and other conservatives in November. Their launch event on June 14 in Maimi, Florida will feature a performance by famed “No Hands” rapper Waka Flocka Flame.

It can be recalled that co-founder LJ Fino had a hand in producing hit No. 1 songs, such as 'Justice for All' featuring Donald Trump and the J6 Choir and Kari Lake's '81 Million Votes my Ass', as lead from the Mailman Media department. Recorded music edits. Fino's First Class Records label has also produced Lara Trump's music.

Other New Gen 47 events featuring A-list entertainers and pro-Trump Hollywood celebrities are expected to be announced soon.

Buy tickets for the Miami event HERE:

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Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson joined The Absolute Truth with Emerald Robinson earlier this month to discuss this important development in the conservative movement.

We also discussed Afroman's new song, 'Hunter Got High.'

The Gateway Pundit reported that rapper Afroman released a parody record of his hit song “Because I Got High,” titled “Hunter Got High,” in which he mocked Hunter Biden for his drug use, scandalous laptop, d*ck photos and prostitutes. and foreign business relations with China and Ukraine.

Watch below:

Robinson: This speaks to a larger movement that is clearly happening in the minority community. There are a lot of people now who are not black artists, you know, and others who are no longer afraid to stand up for Donald Trump.

Conradson: It is truly incredible what we see. It's exciting what was just announced this morning, that Waka Flocka Flame will be hosting a concert with New Gen 47 PAC in Miami. New Gen 47 PAC is a new political action committee; they are pro-Trump. They're trying to, as you said, get minority and low-propensity voters who would otherwise have voted Democrat to vote for President Trump and other conservative candidates in November. I mean, it's not that surprising that when you have a so-called president who says 'you're not black', if you don't vote for me, makes racist comments all the time, can't even find his way. on or off stage, given that our country is in ruins, it's not surprising to me that people are waking up. And you know, Waka Flocka is just one of many rappers supporting President Trump.

Robinson: And not only as part of Donald Trump, but there have also been those who have explicitly spoken out against the Bidens. Let's take a look at Afroman's innovation of his own hit. This is 'Hunter Got High… That first line just drove me crazy. “He wanted to get his laptop repaired, but then he got high.”

Conradson: And you know, it's so closely tied to everything that's going on. He's talking about the laptop, he's referring to the fact that the White House is being shut down “because Hunter got high” from the cocaine scandal where they found cocaine in the West Wing. Well, that was another hilarious song. That was produced by Baste Records, another really good, conservative kind of production company that's trying to influence culture like New Gen 47, like mailman media did with Donald Trump's song “Justice for All” and Donald Trump's song “81 million Votes” Kari Lake. My Ass,” both of which charted on the Billboard charts. So I expect we'll see more conservative music making fun of the Bidens, showing support for Trump from various artists, and I expect more announcements for top A-list stars, A-list rap. stars and pop stars, to hold concerts with New Gen 47 on behalf of President Trump.

Robinson: Well, it sounds like Jordan, you just teased that there will probably be more fun exclusives coming soon that we can share with our viewers, which is nice, in the middle of a new cycle that is so overwhelmingly negative and can be overwhelming some days it's nice to have a little fun. And look, you know, if we think about it until we listened to Hunter Got High again this time, that's a real call out to the community because I mean, Hunter can get away with anything. He can get away with drug charges, he can get away with gun charges, and you know, anyone else is going to have the book thrown at them. It is interesting. We're in an interesting cultural moment, Jordan, we'll see how it plays out in November. And we'll see you again soon. You cover a lot; you're not just covering this music beat. This is just another fun thing you do, but you're also good at election integrity. So we look forward to seeing what else you have to offer us from The Gateway Pundit, as always, Jordan, thank you.

Conradson: I should be in Arizona around election time to cover the election again. I will also be coming up with some new exclusives and I can tell you, it will blow your mind. It's going to be very exciting.

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