More antisemitic hate seen in L.A. after Kanye West’s hateful rants
After Kim Kardashian’s bizarre attack on Kanye West, many people have had a change of heart and are calling for a boycott of West’s new album.
The controversy began after Kim Kardashian West posted a video on her Instagram account in which she attacked West as a “white supremacist” and a “racist.” In the video, Kardashian West goes after Kanye West’s clothing line, “Kev-Ann,” and even rips off the Kim Kardashian’s trademark diamond earrings. However, most people took her criticism as legitimate.
Kim Kardashian West’s outburst is just another example of what anti-Semitism is, says David Duke.
The Los Angeles Times reports that even “right-wing radio host” Rush Limbaugh went on a rant about anti-Semitism in the wake of West’s statements last week, and also shared his own history of anti-Semitic remarks made during his teenage years.
“I’m from a family that had, like, 12 people in it. We had a lot of anti-Semites in that family,” Limbaugh said. “I mean, there was me, there was my two sisters, and my brother was Jewish. And you know, the anti-Semitism’s pretty obvious.”
Limbaugh went on to argue that he “had to do stuff that was really vile things to, like, get attention” and said that the only “true” Jew was Adolf Hitler.
“There’s a Jewish guy named Adolf Hitler, who was a big-mouthed, pampered brat, and a murderer, but he was kind of a hero. But so was the guy who shot up a mosque. So was the guy in Boston who shot up the whole of Congress,” Limbaugh said. “These guys were all great men who did despicable things. And the one I admire the most was Adolf Hitler.”
Limbaugh went on to say that he doesn’t regret his anti-Semitic remarks; he said he was just “making it clear” what he thought.
“I don’t think we’re going to see the