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Adin Ross, Who Just Learned What Fascism Is, Is Set To Interview Kanye West

Kanye West has been spiraling for a while now – be it his support for Donald Trump, his encyclopedia of unhinged Tweets, or various and increasingly dangerous Antisemetic comments. His actions have caused multiple major brands to drop him from any and every sponsorship deal. You'd think the consequences and the constant bad press would get him to stop, but he decided to make things worse by openly declaring himself a Nazi sympathizer.

On a recent episode of Alex Jones' Infowars podcast, West not only praised Nazis but also said that he "loves" Adolf Hitler. Only hours after this, he posted an image on Twitter of a Nazi swastika merged with the Star of David – which Elon Musk personally addressed, and got his account suspended.

Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse, it appears that streamer Adin Ross will reportedly interview West, and it's unlikely that they'll be talking about video games. This news first reported by white supremacist, Nick Fuentes, who says it will possibly happen in the coming few weeks. So, it seems that Ross has provided Kanye with another platform to share his deluded world views.

If this is true, it's evident that Ross is jumping onto the opportunity as some sort of publicity stunt, even though he doesn't exactly need the publicity. But what this cheap PR play will do is give West and his deranged views direct access to Ross' massive follower base, which ranges over three billion on YouTube. Kanye's views are dangerous, and should not be given even the smallest of platforms to be shared. And if you're one of the "freedom of speech" idiots, it doesn't apply when your views can bring harm upon innocent people.

As for how the interview would go, you only need to take a look at the video below to learn that Adin Ross knows nothing about geo-political history, Fascism, Benito Mussolini, or long English words. Kudos to him if he manages to shut West down, but I highly doubt that will be the case. Hopefully Ross takes some time to read up on Fascism, and understand why providing a platform for such views is an extremely dangerous act.

As for what West said on the Inforwars podcast, even Jones himself was left speechless. “I see good things about Hitler," he said on the show. "Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler.” For once, it was Jones who made sense, when he retorted saying, “The Nazis were thugs.”

“But they did good things too,” West said. “We gotta stop dissing the Nazis all the time.” Jones attempted to say that just because he has issues with "one group", it doesn't mean he could possibly be a Hitler apologist – to which he said, “I love Jewish people. But I also love Nazis.”

“There’s a lot of things that I love about Hitler. A lot of things.”

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