Kanye West Latest: Biden Says ‘Silence Is Complicity’ As Elon Musk Bans Rapper For Swastika And Hitler Comments

By | December 2, 2022

Kanye West released a 2024 campaign video after meeting with Trump

President Joe Biden condemns the latest comments from the rapper formerly known as Kanye West after his anti-Semitic rants and praise for Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.

“Instead of giving a platform, our political leaders should call out and oppose anti-Semitism wherever it hides,” the president said on his office’s Twitter account. “Silence is complexity.”

Elon Musk banned the rapper from the stage after he shared a picture of a swastika in the Star of David. Far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones shared the offensive image Thursday night, hours after he said “I love Hitler” while appearing on his Infowars show.

“I tried my best,” Mr. Musk said. “Despite this, he has again violated our rules against inciting violence. The account will be suspended.”

He also wrote “FAFO” – short for “F*** Around and Find Out”.

The Twitter ban and Nazi diatribe at Jones’ show comes after West was recently dropped by Adidas, GAP and Balenciaga for a series of anti-Semitic comments.


Bernie Sanders condemned the ‘disgusting and offensive’ comments.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders says Kanye West’s praise of Hitler and the Nazis is “disgusting and disgusting.”

“Anti-Semitism, racism, xenophobia, sexism or homophobia will always divide us.” “Our mission is to unite people around a progressive agenda that improves all lives.”

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 19:15


The Twitter account of the neo-Nazi publisher has been restored

The Twitter account of notorious neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin, founder of the infamous Daily Stormer website, has been reinstated. It was removed from the platform in 2013.

His return to Twitter comes just days after a judge issued a bench warrant for his arrest after he was accused of ignoring a $14 million judgment against him in an anti-Semitic harassment campaign against a Montana family.

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 18:52


Who is Nick Fuentes? White supremacy, Kanye West’s friend and dinner guest say Trump has never heard of it

24-year-old Nick Fuentes — an anti-Semitic white supremacist, Holocaust denier and former cheerleader for Donald Trump who accused the former president of rigged election fraud — grabbed mainstream attention last month after appearing at Mar-a-Lago with Kanye West.

If the former president has never heard of the man with dark brown hair, then he has never really heard of the man who showed up at the door for dinner. The independentAndrew Buncombe writes:

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 18:20


Kanye West’s recent anti-Semitic rants are terrifying

“It’s becoming increasingly clear that Kanye West’s Christian message is not one of love, but one of Christ-fascist domination and control,” writes Noah Berlatsky. The independentVoices.

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 17:50


Hate speech on Elon Musk’s Twitter is on the rise, according to the report.

Racist and anti-Semitic slurs, anti-gay comments and gender-based attacks are on the rise on Twitter, according to a new report from the Center to Prevent Digital Hate.

In its first full week of ownership, more than 26,000 posts mentioned the N-word — tripling the average by 2022, according to the report. There were also more than 50,000 posts mentioning transphobic and homophobic slurs, 53 percent and 39 percent higher than the 2022 averages, respectively.

In the first two weeks between October 31 and November 13, there were more than 204,000 tweets and retweets using the gender-based slur “c**t” – 30 percent of the 2022 average – and more than 831,000 mentioning “sl*t”. Posts are up 75 percent from the 2022 average. Posts mentioning “wh*re” also increased by 60 percent.

The forum also featured anti-Semitic slurs and racist abuse aimed at Hispanic and Latino people, the report said.

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Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 17:25


Joe Biden: ‘Silence is complicity’

President Joe Biden appeared to condemn Ye and others who gave him a platform for anti-Semitism.

“I just want to make a few things clear: the massacre happened. Hitler was a man of demons. And instead of giving a platform, our political leaders should be shouting and protesting anti-Semitism wherever it hides,” he shared on Friday from his office’s official Twitter account.

“Silence is complicity,” he added.

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 16:42


QAnon, white nationalists and extreme hate speech: How the expected floodgates opened on Elon Musk’s Twitter.

Extremism researchers and experts who have closely studied the spread of hate and misinformation online have warned that Elon Musk’s purchase and the massive return of banned users could quickly derail the platform.

Under the banner of “free speech,” they say Twitter can be one of the most toxic places on the Internet for marginalized groups. The independentAlex Woodward:

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 16:20


Nick Fuentes Says Marjorie Taylor Green Texted Milo Yiannopoulos To Meet Kanye West

White nationalist Nick Fuent, who is joining Kanye West’s outspoken presidential campaign, has accused far-right Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green of pandering to an anti-Semitic rap. In the broadcast, during an appearance on InfoWars, Fuentes joined West — a far-right flamethrower in Congress — who was voted out of her committees for her own offensive behavior.

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 16:02


The head of the Holocaust Education Trust condemned the Western opinion

Karen Pollock, chief executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust, issued a statement yesterday condemning West’s comments on the Infowars broadcast.

“Kanye West’s ‘I love Hitler’ comments and subsequent tweets are disgusting and sickening. These comments combined with his high profile and massive following have dangerous consequences. It is anti-Jewish and it must be called out and stopped. That’s enough.”

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 15:30


Kanye West is not buying the social media platform.

Despite an October statement touting a world-changing deal to buy the right-wing social media app, Parlor isn’t selling the platform to the rapper formerly known as Kanye West.

The company announced a mutual severance agreement on Dec. 1, hours after the rapper and virulent anti-Semite praised Adolf Hitler and his love for the Nazis on an InfoWars broadcast with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

They announced that the decision was made in mid-November.

Alex WoodwardDecember 2, 2022 15:00

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