Twitter drops the hammer on Kanye over bizarre tweet about ‘Jewish people’ as leftists clamor for permanent ban

The thought police at the San Francisco-based ministry of information have brought an end to Kanye West’s week of antagonizing the left after Twitter censors pulled the plug on the iconoclastic rapper over a bizarre, ill-advised tweet that some have described as declaring a “war” on Jews.

West has been on a major roll over the last several days, infuriating the “woke” left by showing up at a Paris fashion show in a shirt emblazoned with the words “White Lives Matter,” then moving to quickly strike while the iron was still hot by denouncing Black Lives Matter and its grifting as a “scam” followed up by a two-part interview with Tucker Carlson of Fox News, possibly the most widely despised foe of the Resistance mob outside of former President Donald J. Trump.

But alas, those who control the ability to speak freely on the major platforms upon which political discourse is conducted in the modern era hold all the cards and were just itching for an excuse to silence “Ye” and, unfortunately, he handed over the knife that they would use to cut his tongue out with on a silver platter.

Hours after he had been censored on Instagram and taking a shot at META’s Mark Zuckerberg, he put out the cryptic message that would lead to him being locked out of his Twitter account and the tweet deleted.

“I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda,” he wrote in a strange post that will only fuel the calls for his permanent cancelation, a punishment that many are already clamoring for given his rogue speech and refusal as a black man to heel to the masters of the great Democratic party plantation.

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In another cryptic tweet, West asked “Who do you think created cancel culture?”

(Image: Screengrab/Twitter)

In the deleted tweet, West linked to a report on billionaire Tesla/SpaceX CEO and potentially soon-to-be Twitter owner Elon Musk welcoming him to the platform after being locked down on Instagram for his alleged “anti-Semitic” posts to fellow rapper Diddy.

Musk wrote “Welcome back to Twitter, my friend!” in response to West’s jab at Zuckerberg, welcoming him back to the platform where he hasn’t posted since November of 2020.

The lobbying for a permanent ban from Twitter – just like Trump – is getting louder as anti-free speech authoritarian leftists seek the stifling of another one of their hated enemies whom they are unable to beat on a level playing field of ideas.

Some might suggest that Musk can’t close the deal on Twitter fast enough as there has never been an organization so badly in need of a thorough housecleaning and fumigation as the so-called digital public square, and regardless of Kanye’s remarks, a double standard exists as to “anti-Semitic” comments when they are put forth by those protected by the political establishment and those who are its critics.

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