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November 29, 2022
Watch: Ye storms off of Tim Pool podcast after receiving the tiniest bit of pushback on anti-semitic views
Ye and his entourage were guests on Tim Pool's podcast Monday night. The interview didn't last long. Twenty minutes in, there was disagreement over who, quote, "they" were. And when Pool pushed back ever so slightly, Ye walked out.
Ye, in discussing the fallout over a rash of anti-semetic comments and his meeting with former President Donald Trump -- the one where none of the best people Trump hired knew who was in Ye's entourage and also meeting with the former president -- was saying "When I found out that they tried to put me in jail, it was like a dog was biting my arm. I almost shed a tear, almost. But I still walked in stride through it."
Pool followed up and said "they" had been unfair to Ye. And because Pool said "they" and not, presumably, "the Jews," Kanye walked off.
Kanye West just stormed out of a livestream on @Timcast because Pool refused to go along with West's antisemitic and conspiratorial assertion that Jews control the corporate press.https://t.co/TRD7snV3zk pic.twitter.com/OXHiTGVmaM
— Colin Wright (@SwipeWright) November 29, 2022
We later discover that Ye's reason for storming off is that Pool didn't believe in Ye's "truths." The phrase "my truth" is a liberal-progressive term that means "my opinion I can't defend."
Timcast co-host @Lukewearechange said that Ye told him as he was leaving the studio "you don't believe in my truths." pic.twitter.com/ZT1SCk77ZO
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 29, 2022
The podcaster issued a statement after the incident.
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) November 29, 2022
Do you know what we have here?
"Cancelling" people for words that come out of their mouths is ineffective and dumb. When it goes from "I said a wrong thing on Twitter" to "I can't access my bank accounts," leftists are always going to find a "wrong thing" you said. When you cancel someone who says "they" are out to get me, it makes others think "maybe this person has a point." And never in the history of the media playing the "you must denounce game" has it done anything other than give the person "you must denounce" the exact attention they're looking for,
The more effective thing to do is to let the person spout "their truths" and see how easily those truths crumble over any pushback. Now instead of "they're" out to get Ye, all the stories are that Ye looks like a Beta over the slightest criticism.
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