Thursday, October 20, 2022

Trying to Cancel Kanye West

Jewish law professor Alan Dershowitz Donald Trump is not anti semitic, Kanye West is.

Everyone else is calling Kanye West anti-semitic, including Sam Harris.

Harris is an odd case. Yes, he is Jewish. More precisely, he is a Jewish atheist, with typical Jewish Leftist opinions. He has written whole books attacking religion, mostly Islam and Christianity.

Some people mistakenly think that he is a right-winger, because he is against cancel culture and supports some of Trump's policies, but he has joined the attack on Kanye West:

Kanye may be bipolar, but he's also spreading dangerous bigotry to an enormous audience. It's despicable. If you can't say that in plain fucking English, you've lost the plot.
This is weird. Why defend Judaism, when Harris's main claim to fame is his scathing attacks on religion? If they wanted truth, then Harris and the others could explain what West said that was wrong, and correct him. No, they act as if he told the truth, but a truth that must be censored.

LA Mag reports:

Kanye West has been shooting off at the mouth this last week about just about anything offensive you could name, from spewing Jewish stereotypes, to sharing his theories about the real cause of death of George Floyd.

Finally, his words have gotten him in trouble. After West said, on the now-removed Drink Champs podcast episode, that Floyd died due to a fentanyl overdose and not from the effects of being trapped under the knee of police officer Derek Chauvin for nine and a half minutes on a hot Minneapolis street, the rapper is facing a $250 million forthcoming lawsuit brought against the rapper by the family of George Floyd, according to the Daily Mail. Roxie Washington, the mother of George Floyd’s daughter, and her attorneys cite “harassment, misappropriation, defamation, and infliction of emotional distress” for West’s mouthing off about the wrong person on a podcast. ...

The Floyd family has issued a cease-and-desist letter to West for the comments he made. Washington says in the lawsuit that West made “false statements” about Floyd to “promote his brands.”

During the podcast, West said, “They hit [Floyd] with the fentanyl,” suggesting he died of an overdose, although it was already determined that Floyd had a nonlethal amount of fentanyl in his blood at the time. “If you look, the [police officer’s] knee wasn’t even on his neck like that,” West said.

No, West is correct. It was determined at trial that Floyd had triple the lethal dose of fentanyl in the blood test, and Chauvin's knee was on the back, not the neck.

Apparently the lawyers are excited about Alex Jones being ordered to pay $1 billion, just because he doubted the official narrative about a school shooting. And because Jones is a Trump supporter who is despised by the Left.

I guess I should be careful what I say on this blog, but I watched the Chauvin trial, and the evidence for Chauvin's innocence seemed overwhelming to me.

Even if you disagre with West, he is entitled to his opinions. It seems pretty clear that the Jews want him canceled.

I mention Dershowitz and Harris, because they are Jews who are have voiced extreme opposition to cancel culture. They have been victims of their fellow Jewish Leftists trying to cancel them. They both speak up very articulately in favor of free speech. They have only survived because they have structured their professions to withstand cancellation.

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