Paul Stanley Calls Out NewsNation For Providing Kanye West A Platform To Express His Anti-Semitic Beliefs

Kanye West: Cosmopolitan UK, CC BY 3.0, (Wikimedia Commons) / Paul Stanley: Kiss Facebook
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As reported by Blabbermouth, Kanye West recently had a conversation with NewsNation’s Chris Cuomo (via the show Cuomo), where he doubled down on more anti-Semitic views. Among the several comments he made, West made the claim that the “Jewish underground media mafia” has it out for him.

Upon hearing about West’s appearance on Cuomo, Kiss frontman Paul Stanley took to his Twitter to not only call out Kanye’s anti-Semitic bullshit, but also to call out NewsNation. In Stanley’s words, he said the following:

“If you saw someone on the street who was clearly disturbed, speaking nonsensically and spewing hate speech WOULD YOU INTERVIEW THEM ON TV?? This is a dangerous, self-serving version of click bait that legitimizes the ravings of someone who’s mentally ill. We all deserve better.”

He later went on to add the following:

“Let Me Be Clear. I don’t advocate ‘silencing’ views. Everyone has the right to speak their opinion but not everything that happens or is said deserves the same coverage. Televising or putting in print someone’s views needs to take into account the credibility of the speaker.”

Along with the Kiss frontman, that of Disturbed frontman David Draiman has also been vocal about how upset he is with Kanye West.