Controversial InfoWars host Alex Jones accused Kanye “Ye” West of having a “homoerotic” interest in genocidal Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in a postmortem of his disastrous interview with the rapper.
Jones appeared on conservative YouTube host Steven Crowder’s “Louder with Crowder” podcast on Tuesday morning, in what seemed to be an attempt to disassociate himself from West’s cancel worthy comments about Nazis.
Jones insisted that his interview with West was supposed to avoid controversial subjects and focus on the “real issues” the Yeezy CEO was going to run on in his potential second presidential bid in 2024, rather than “sound bites.”
The host said that he made West prove that it was him underneath the “creepy” black “gimp mask,” but immediately felt that the interview was like a “giant trolling operation” and that West was “super high on adrenaline” while they spoke last Thursday.
“He is very forceful and has a big personality, and is really hard to get a word in edgewise, kind of like Trump,” Jones remarked.
West defended the Nazi leader during their discussion, noting that “Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler,” who he falsely credited for inventing highways and the microphone.
“We got to stop dissing the Nazis all the time,” West ranted on.
“I don’t like the word ‘evil’ next to Nazis. I love Jewish people, but I also love Nazis.”
“He was like a whirlwind,” Jones criticized. “You couldn’t shut him up. He was going to say what he was going to say.”
He had hoped to show West’s “intellectual side,” but said West did not have accurate historical knowledge of WWII and blamed the presence of “baby Hitler,” White supremacist Nick Fuentes, for spurring the rapper’s hateful tirade.
“I think this whole thing was a real coming out,” Jones pointed out.
“There’s a really creepy factor with this Hitler stuff… Some homoerotic thing over Hitler. That is kind of what’s going on.”
During their controversial conversation, West lauded Hitler’s “cool outfit” and denied that the Holocaust was real.
“He didn’t kill six million Jews. That’s just factually incorrect,” the rapper spewed.
“The Holocaust is not what happened. Let’s look at the facts of that. Hitler has a lot of redeeming qualities.”
Jones made it very clear that he totally disagrees with West’s take on Hitler, and feels like he was “sucked into a giant publicity stunt” last week.
“There is this Hitler fetish. And no, I’m not into dudes in fancy peacock military uniforms that, by the way, got 22 million Germans killed,” he stated.
Jones said he still likes West and that he “really means well,” despite his hateful views, but doesn’t believe the bipolar star was in the throes of a manic episode during the calamitous interview.
“I just think what happened was he decided to go all the way,” Jones said. “He decided to try to be as shocking as possible and say screw the world.”
“And then, once he started pressing on the dopamine button of saying the things he said… He just couldn’t stop. And so it became just the situation of red lining the engine the entire time he was on.”
West continued to make bad press choices on Monday, when he was interviewed Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes for a livestream dubbed “Saving Ye.”
During the 45-minute sit-down, which once again included his campaign adviser Fuentes, West said that Jewish people need to “forgive Hitler.”
“Jewish people can’t tell me who I can love and who I can’t love,” West commented.
“You can’t force your pain on everyone else. Jewish people, forgive Hitler today. Let it go. Let it go, and stop trying to force it on other people.”
Elsewhere in the conversation, he told McInnes that he might want conservative commenter Candace Owens to be his running mate, but has a problem with Daily Wire owner Ben Shapiro being “in control” of her voice, as he employs her.
He also said that all his policies were going to follow the bible, and that he’s in the process of updating the constitution to “realign” with the the religious tomb.
If elected, West noted that he would make abortion illegal, but didn’t give a definitive answer on gay marriage, as he believes that “95% of gay people don’t” actually tie the knot.
“It’s a very liberal thing that is put up to like cause these headlines,” the mask clad star concluded.