‘The View’ host Alyssa Farah Griffin blasts ‘idiot’ Kanye West, warns Holocaust ‘could happen again’

On Friday, “The View” host Alyssa Farah Griffin blasted Kanye West for making anti-Semitic remarks, publicly warning that the Holocaust “could happen again” if the public doesn’t stand up against such vile comments.

Griffin called West an “idiot” after the rapper’s crazy appearance on “Infowars” alongside conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ white Nick Fuentes on Thursday. Wearing a black hood covering his entire face, West praised Adolf Hitler and spoke of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories during the bizarre episode.

“I’ve been watching live clips and I hate that these people even have a platform,” Griffin said. “And I thought to myself, I hope I never hear the names Kanye West, Alex Jones, Nick Fuentes again. But the problem is: Kanye West has 32 million followers on Twitter. There are only 14 million Jews in the world.”

“It’s better to point out that 6 million Jews were killed in the Holocaust, and there are only 7 million Jews in the United States,” Griffin continued. “We have to condemn it, we have to speak out, because if these idiots have platforms, this kind of horror can happen again.”

“By the way, I think for the first time in his life, I was surprised that Alex Jones wasn’t the craziest, most abusive person in the room, because he seemed like that for a moment. I was shocked by what Kanye said,” he added.

Co-creator Sonny Hostin agreed with Griffin, saying that the Western epic “showed you the limits of de-platforming.”

“We’re all shocked that you have Sandy Hook denier Alex Jones, white supremacist Nick Fuentes, and anti-Semitic, black Kanye West. “Everyone denies the Holocaust together and on the air,” Hostin said.

Griffin called out West’s public social media while blasting the rapper.

West has repeatedly made anti-Semitic comments in various media appearances in recent months. The music mogul lost major business deals with Adidas and Gap and lost his billionaire status.

At one point during an appearance on InfoWars, West said he saw “good things about Hitler.”

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Kanye West goes easy on InfoWars.
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“The Jewish media made us feel like the Nazis and Hitler never offered the world anything of value,” West said.

Hours after making those remarks, West was suspended from Twitter after sharing a series of offensive tweets, including a disturbing image of a swastika inside a Star of David.

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West has repeatedly praised Hitler and the Nazis in the form of InfoWars.
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Twitter CEO Elon Musk said West had “again violated our policy against incitement to violence,” prompting the suspension.

In a separate development Friday, Jones filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after being ordered to pay nearly $1.5 billion in restitution to relatives of victims of the 2012 Connecticut school shooting. Jones has repeatedly called the mass shooting a hoax.


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