‘I Like Hitler’: Kanye West Appears On InfoWars


Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Kanye West spoke with Alex Jones on Thursday’s InfoWars program and prayed to Jesus mere moments after he praised Adolf Hitler.

“I see good things about Hitler,” West told Jones. “I love everyone, and Jewish people are not going to tell me: You can love us and you can love what we’re doing to you with the contracts, and you can love what we’re pushing with the pornography.”

“But this guy [Hitler] that invented highways and invented the very microphone that I use as a musician, you can’t say out loud that this person never did anything good,” West claimed.

West continued to credit Hitler, despite the fact that The National World War II Museum says “the Holocaust was Nazi Germany’s deliberate, organized, state-sponsored persecution and machinelike murder of approximately six million European Jews and at least five million prisoners of war, Romany, Jehovah’s Witnesses, homosexuals, and other victims.”

“I’m done with that. Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler,” West said. He continued to promote his personal views and interrupted Jones mid-conversation to remind him of his feelings.

“I like Hitler,” West said.

Jones managed to get a word or two in between West’s rants, and pushed back on his anti-Semitism.

“I think most Jews are great people,” Jones said, but then went on to say, “I agree there’s a Jewish mafia.”

West casually said, “I was just thinking about Satan,” before Jones redirected the conversation.

West also took a shot at Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. “Who is DeSantis? Nobody knows who DeSantis even is. DeSantis is just someone that the left is assembling behind,” West said. (RELATED: LA Officials Condemn Supporters Of Kanye West’s Anti-Semitic Speech)


The rapper and business mogul took aim at some Jewish people he feels have wronged him, including Ari Emanuel, CEO of Endeavor, and his brother, former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. He also named Dave Chappelle, who he referred to as a “hack.”

West then referenced the show as being part of a “Jewish platform,” and took credit for popularizing the anti-Semitic term. “No one in high school knew what anti-Semitic meant until Ye made it popular,” he said.

During the show, West prayed for over 4 minutes, and said, “I love Jesus, and I gotta do all I can to make this a better place for my children.”