Republicans have a theory as to why Kanye West has left the World of politics in abrupt fashion. Two names have come up in discussion: those of Candace Owens and Charlie Kirk. There's a belief in conservative circles that Candace Owen and Kirk may have "overwatered the plant," if I may use a well-worn analogy.

Kirk is the founding of a conservative group independent of the Trump administration, for which Kanye West put towards his "reprehensible" agenda. Candace Owens as you know is a political pundit Kanye West has been championing since first declaring his love for her work in April. Although it was Kanye West who first showed interest in the value of their rhetoric, the "conservative establishment" thinks they could have done better with such responsibility.

"They really over-grifted that situation," said Lucian Wintrich, a former White House correspondent who now writes for the Gateway Pundit. Other conservative pundits are not ruing a missed opportunity, but rather taking advantage of the opportunity to let out a repressed "I told you so." One media person who has done so is Ben Shapiro, who hosts his own open-call talk show, after previously holding editor-in-chief positions at such media agencies such as the Breitbart News network.

Any way you look at it, the Republican Party just lost some of its "broad daylight" exposure.