On Monday, 100 Percent Fed Up reported about Hollywood actor Nick Cannon’s recent episode of his podcast, “Cannon’s Class,” America’s Got Talent host Nick Cannon offered a hate-filled, racist and anti-Semitic rant. Cannon hosted rapper Professor Griff, a well-known anti-Semite, for an interview in which they promoted anti-Semitic conspiracies about Jewish families secretly controlling the world and claimed that black people can’t be anti-Semitic because they’re the real Semitic people.

“In order for me to be anti-Semitic, I’d have to be anti-black man, anti-black woman, anti-black people, anti-Africa, anti-all other people,” Griff said.

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“Because the Semitic people are black people,” Cannon added.

Cannon and Griff spoke positively of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, a longtime anti-Semite, which has garnered more than 250,000 views on YouTube alone.

Scholars have long debunked the claim that skin melanin levels are linked to intellectual abilities.

The anti-Semitic rant was first highlighted by a Jewish blogger on Sunday. Cannon previously hosted Nation of Islam representative Minister Tony Muhammad on his podcast, where Muhammad called for a separate black state. “We want Caucasians and this government to give us a separate state or territory like you did Israel,” Muhammad said.

Here is the interview in its entirety. The anti-semitic discussion about people coming into “consciousness,” begins at about the 9:30 mark:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0HkK-AmOL8

Cannon’s personal website lists his publicist as W&W Public Relations, but W&W executive Karen Lee told the Daily Caller News Foundation that they don’t represent Cannon and don’t have a contact for his current publicist.

To sum it up—anti-semitism is okay—racism against blacks is bad.

Louis Farrakhan—Minister of hate is good—President Trump, who’s done more for the black community than any other President since Abraham Lincoln is a “racist.”

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