WATCH: Kanye West Defends Nazis in Bizarre Interview with Alex Jones

On Thursday, rapper Ye, who used to be known as Kanye West, appeared on Alex Jones' radio program and talked about how people should stop dissing the Nazis. Ye also stated that there are good things about Adolf Hitler.

During the interview, Ye wore a ski mask and stated that people should stop dissing the Nazis.

Ye stated that he sees good things about Hitler. He also said that every individual has something of value that the Nazis brought to the table.

The rapper doubled down on his anti-Semitic statements, and Jones was visibly uncomfortable. He then asked him to remove his mask, which had covered his eyes.

As Ye continued his anti-Semitic rant, Jones said that he thought most Jews were good people. However, he also stated that there was a Jewish Mafia.

Jones was forced to disagree with Ye after the rapper declared that he loves both Nazis and Jews. During the interview, the program was playing a violent scene from American History X.

In addition, Ye supported the candidate for Georgia's Senate, Herschel Walker. He claimed that the former football player changed his life for Christ by not supporting abortion.

Nick Fuentes, a Holocaust denier and white nationalist, was also a guest on the program. Despite his prior statements, he claimed to be not a white supremacist. During the interview, he continued to promote conspiracy theories about Jews and Nazis.

During a dinner at Mar-a-Lago, which was hosted by Donald Trump, Ye, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Fuentes were able to meet the former president. Trump denied knowing about the controversial white nationalist before they got together. According to Ye, the former president was impressed by the way he interacted with him. However, Trump then claimed that Ye tried to "f*** me" by bringing him to dinner.

The rapper claimed that the media was trying to smear Trump by using his association with the former president, Yiannopoulos, and Fuentes to force Ron DeSantis, a Republican from Florida, onto the national stage as the next president.

Both Ye and Fuentes supported Russia's President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian invasion.

During one point, Ye noted that he was fasting because his bank accounts were frozen by "Jewish banks". Jones then tried to give Ye another opportunity to cleer up his statements about people of Jewish descent. However, he refused to back down.

Written by Staff Reports

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