Sunday, April 21, 2024

Nick Cannon Interviews Rabbi, Blames Everything on Hitler Picking Up “Hate from America” and White Supremacy “That Caused the Holocaust”


So Nick Cannon, dressed as Aladdin, sits down with Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in a highly edited conversation. They decide the common element in hate of Jews and blacks is “white supremacy.” Rabbi Cooper thinks Nick is being “sincere” but I’m not sure about what.

Nick: “You know what that common hate for the black community comes from and the Jewish community comes from? White supremacy. The idea of eugenics. It’s still placed on us today in America. And that Hitler adopted from –”

Rabbi: “That’s correct it came from America — ”

Nick: “and which caused the Holocaust — ”

Rabbi: “And now being used by the Communist party in China against Muslims.”

Let me get this straight. The Holocaust — the killing of six million Jews– was caused by hate that came from America, that Hitler capitalized on?

This is getting worse, not better. And this ability to produce rabbis from the Wiesenthal Center who are ready to forgive celebrities does not sit well with me, nor should it you. Rabbi Cooper, a few days ago, Nick Cannon was discussing his hatred of Jews. And nothing here addresses the very important Farrakhan matter. Let me hear Nick Cannon renounce Farrakhan, then I’ll listen. If you brought Cannon into any regular synagogue in this country, with any rabbi not from Hollywood, they would not find him “Sincere.”

Thank you, next.


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