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Anti-Semite Kanye West openly praises Hitler in off-the-rails interview

Proud anti-Semite Kanye West openly praised Adolf Hitler in an off-the-rails interview with Alex Jones on Thursday.

With his face completely concealed by a black fabric covering, the disgraced rapper said on Jones’ far-right conspiracy-theory show, “InfoWars,” that he “like[s] Hitler” and sees “good things” about the late Nazi Party leader and genocidal dictator responsible for the Holocaust.

“You’re not Hitler. You’re not a Nazi. You don’t deserve to be called that and demonized,” Jones, 48, tried to assure his guest, who immediately proved him wrong.

“Well, I see good things about Hitler also,” West, 45, replied. “I love everyone.”

The ousted Adidas employee then bizarrely claimed that Hitler “invented the highways” and “the very microphone that [he uses] as a musician.”

“You can’t say out loud that this person ever did anything good, and I’m done with that,” he continued. “I’m done with the classifications. Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler. How about that one?”

Kanye West wearing an American flag jacket.
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West then claimed that Jewish people “wanna separate and confuse the Christians and make [them] afraid to stand next to each other.”

“A Christian can stand next to anyone,” he said, going on to weaponize the Christian doctrine of forgiveness. “We can go visit R. Kelly in prison. We can go talk to Harvey Weinstein.”

Jones interjected, “That’s what Jesus did.”

“Yes! Because Jesus can save everyone,” West responded, claiming that “the Zionists” are “attempting to put [him] in jail, freeze [his] accounts [and] smearing [him] in the media.”

Kanye West smiling after leaving church.

During another part of the sit-down, a seemingly frazzled Jones tried but failed to steer his guest away from the hateful rhetoric he had been spewing by pointing out that the Nazis “did a lot of really bad things.”

“But they did good things, too,” the father of four insisted of the German political party that killed millions. “We gonna stop dissing the Nazis all the time.”

Later on, Jones repeated, “I don’t like Nazis,” to which West replied, “I like Hitler.”

Kanye West wearing a black hoodie that covers most of his face.
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The former billionaire has allegedly made similar anti-Semitic remarks to his employees. Last month, several anonymous former staffers claimed that the Yeezy designer either “mention[ed] conspiracy theories about Jewish people or praise[d] Hitler” in professional settings.

And in October, several people who were once close to Ye alleged that he wanted to name his 2018 album “Hitler.”

Former TMZ reporter Van Lathan also claimed that West had professed his love for “Hitler and the Nazis” during the Grammy winner’s viral “slavery is a choice” interview that same year.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian standing together in Paris.

The recent avalanche of accusations against West comes shortly after he found himself temporarily banned from both Instagram and Twitter over anti-Semitic posts — some of which promoted violence — and on the receiving end of widespread criticism for wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt.

Celebrities across the board have denounced the musician’s behavior, while companies including Adidas, Gap, Balenciaga, JPMorgan Chase and Vogue have severed their working ties with him.