‘A world that thinks you shouldn’t cry and be in repentance … is sick,’ West said, before sharing ‘hard facts that deal with the black genocide.’
‘That stuff should never come up in your vocabulary, and it should never come up in your heart,’ said Charles Barkley about expressions of antisemitism from prominent black Americans.
Nick Cannon’s comments about whites being ‘genetically inferior’ and ‘closer to animals’ than blacks would have been front-page news if they had been uttered by a white person about blacks.
Television host Nick Cannon issued an apology Wednesday for a long recent anti-Semitic rant charging Jews with being hellbent on oppressing black people.
“The Breakfast Club” radio host weighed in on Cannon’s firiing, claiming it only happened because Jews “have the power.”
Iverson posted a photo of himself meeting Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, calling it a ‘bucket list moment.’ Farrakhan has praised Adolf Hitler and regularly makes other racist comments.
The media conglomerate — owner of both shows Cannon has hosted — confirmed they terminated their relationship over Cannon’s hateful speech and anti-Semitic remarks.
Nick Cannon and Professor Griff shamelessly spouted anti-Semitic slurs while insisting they don’t hate Jewish people on Cannon’s podcast, “Cannon’s Class.”
Dressed as a tie-dye bear, Sarah Palin rapped about butts on national television Wednesday night.
Abortion is ‘modern day eugenics . . . It’s population control.’
‘Think about all the stuff they did with Planned Parenthood. . .That type of stuff is to take our community, and forget gentrification, it’s real genocide, and it’s been like that for years.’
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