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On Thursday, Alex Jones hosted the most famous guest he’s ever had in Infowars’s Austin studio: Ye, the rapper who legally changed his name from Kanye West last year. For three long hours, Ye, accompanied by his new sidekick, the white supremacist Nick Fuentes, made headline-worthy remark after remark, mostly about Nazis. How does Ye feel about Nazis? He loves them, and Hitler too. Ye denied the Holocaust several times, praised the singer Ray J (whose 2007 release of a sex tape with Ye’s ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, prompted Kardashian to sue to have the tape suppressed), performed an ongoing impression of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and dictated the terms of the show to Jones repeatedly over the course of the episode. Ye did not seem…
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