Israeli President Says He's 'Extremely Pleased' With Kanye Getting Canceled; Reveals He Met With Biden to Condemn YeChris Menahan
Oct. 27, 2022
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Israeli President Isaac Herzog went on CNN with Wolf Blitzer on Wednesday to announce he's "extremely pleased" with Kanye "Ye" West being canceled for making "anti-Semitic" remarks and revealed he personally met with President Biden at the White House to discuss Ye's "anti-Semitism."
From CNN, "Israeli President says he is 'extremely pleased' with Kanye West fallout after antisemitic remarks":
Israeli President Isaac Herzog on Wednesday said he is "extremely pleased" with the "overwhelming reaction" to recent antisemitic comments from rapper and fashion designer Ye, also known as Kanye West.WATCH:
Herzog also awarded Joe Biden with the Israeli Presidential Medal of Freedom.
"I've often said, Mr. President, if there were — if there were not an Israel, we'd have to invent one," Biden told Herzog, praising "the irontad [sic]– -clad commitment the United States has to Israel based on our principles, our ideas, our values."
"They're the same values," Biden said.
Two weeks ago, HBO host Bill Maher asked former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu if Israel was going to "retaliate" against Ye.
Netanyahu brushed the question off as "ridiculous" but now we learn Herzog personally met with Biden to discuss Ye and get the White House to condemn him.
On Monday, the Biden regime's Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism, Deborah Lipstadt, also came out and tacitly condemned Ye for his "hatred" and "antisemitism," which she said must be condemned by governments "unequivocally."
"I applaud the stance that various private companies and platforms have taken against anti-Semitism by ensuring their platforms are not used to spread hatred and by cutting ties and terminating lucrative business relationships with partners who engage in it," Lipstadt said in another statement on Wednesday, alluding to Ye's cancelation. "Corporations should continue to act responsibly and make it clear that inciting hatred is not profitable."
It's completely illegal for the White House to work together with private companies (not to mention foreign governments) to punish Americans for exercising their free speech rights but Lipstadt is clearly trying to get around that by referring to the incident using deliberately vague language that could provide the regime with plausible deniability in case Ye filed suit.
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