From Fox News to CNN, the media cannot get enough of political savant Nicholas J. Fuentes. Politicians from both the Republican and Democratic parties are peddling fast and loose denunciations to demonize Donald Trump for having hosted Ye West at Mar-A-Lago with his two guests, Fuentes and Milo Yiannopoulos.
Despite the unrelenting barrage of incendiary and defamatory attacks against them, Ye, Nick, and Milo were invited to the Timcast, a popular political podcast on Youtube created and hosted by Tim Pool. Tim asked rather stiltedly for the three guests to introduce themselves, which they did. From the start of the stream, something seemed off about Tim’s disposition. His tone was flippant, and his mannerisms unattentive. He appeared to be waiting for his guests to say something controversial so that he could interrupt them before they could fully express their views.
The question on everyone’s minds – Ye’s dinner with Trump – was brought up almost immediately:
“I was talking to Trump for about a month, we had scheduled a dinner in October, and then he announced for president,” Ye said when asked how the dinner came to be. He continued: “He pushed the dinner back to November, and I’ve been pulling together a campaign, and after I put up the DEATHCON tweet, a bunch of people that have been canceled, like Alex Jones, like I started getting contact with other people that were now in the inside of the matrix, and Alex Jones’s producer said that Milo wanted to contact me, and here we are.”
Milo then said he suggested Fuentes to Ye as “enormous extra brain fire power…the most extraordinarily brilliant political commentator of his generation, and he’s been treated just about as badly as anybody, so I thought he deserved to be in the room too.”
The next question primarily concerned Nick and how he was able to go to the dinner. Ye responded, “Well, he was rolling with me, and I was impressed with Nick, and I was like, just come to the dinner….” He continued, “when Trump came in, I said, do you want to sit alone? He’s like, ‘No, bring your friends in!’”
He said that at the time, Trump had no idea who Nick Fuentes was. That would change, Trump was impressed by Nick and expressed admiration for him during the dinner. Tim winced at every positive mention of Nick’s name, and his attitude changed even more as Ye continued.
“I just got to go to the heart of this antisemite claim that’s happening. This is something; if you read the definition, it says you can’t claim that there are multiple people inside banks or in media that are all Jewish, or you are antisemitic. And that’s the truth; it’s the truth; what are we talking about? Before Ye could finish his train of thought, Tim butted in to interject, asking Ye what he meant by all this.
“I am saying; I’ve been labeled antisemite, so there are different beliefs about our bloodlines…in general, America has been left ignorant, and history has been changed. So when we start questioning things that question the indoctrination, then you immediately get demonized, demonetized, and what’s so beautiful about this time is everyone got to see what’s really been happening.”
Ye talked about Rahm Emmanuel’s influence on Obama and Jared Kushner’s influence on Trump, prime examples of Jewish influence in politics, to prove his point. This could not go without an answer from Tim Pool. The self-described individualist tried to paint the picture differently for Ye, saying that associating the actions of a few Jews is not a view he sees as relevant to his situation. Tim noted that Ye is more powerful than he is, yet he doesn’t view what he is doing as an issue of black people.
Ye’s rebuttal was poignant. “Have you ever heard the term, ‘the black vote?’ So it’s okay to put us in one net, but it’s not okay for me to put them in one net.” Tim stuttered a fluttery response, swiftly dismissing Ye’s claims. Milo put Tim down with firm clarity:
“That’s the basis of the hypocrisy that people have been thinking about and knowing about and realizing for decades. We were all wondering how this dam was going to break. Everybody in the country was wondering, ‘What is the root of this hypocrisy?’ Why can people talk about White people a certain way? Why can’t they talk about that group a certain way? The most wretched and wicked and oppressive prevailing orthodoxy of cancel culture, well, it turns out the one thing that was going to break the dam was the biggest star in the world. And it took the biggest star in the world to do it…now the dam is broken.”
Tim Pool started to lose his composure here. He stated he dislikes identitarianism, although he quickly admitted race plays a role in many things, saying it is a factor in Ye’s likeability and electability with black people. Tim tried to dance around Ye’s factual evidence but found it increasingly difficult not to interrupt his guest to save face. While Tim Pool’s ideas exist only in ordinary people’s hypothetical and politically correct assumptions, Ye’s experiences come from a lifetime in entertainment and fashion. His recent actions prove the arguments he makes concerning the power of Jewish influencers in American life.
“This morning, I found out that they were trying to put me in prison,” Ye said. “ I moved 140 million dollars into JP Morgan. I said I want to talk to Jaime Dimon. Like look at me, I’m just going in all naive, you know, multi-billionaire, like maybe Jaime Dimon will let me in on some deal flow, WRONG.”
Ye started a petition online for this purpose, and JP Morgan promptly “de-banked” him. Ye began the process of starting his own bank, which he estimated could cost 50-75 million dollars. He was about to take the money out when Adidas gave him a 275 million dollar bill for marketing. This added to the legal war Ye is fighting against Adidas and several other fashion companies. On the morning of the 28th, Ye received a call from one of his assistants saying he would have to pay exorbitant taxes. He thought this was his enemy’s “gotcha” moment, in which he would have to go to jail.
He smiled, saying, “Can I still run for president from jail?” When he found out he still could, he said, “that’s fine then.” While Ye was opening up for a serious conversation with charming lightheartedness, he was interrupted rudely by a staff member of the Timcast who pivoted away from the topic to discuss Epstein. Ye wrangled the unruly hosts back and continued talking about his financial persecution. The most touching moment of the short-lived episode came here. Ye mentioned:
“I became famous at age 24, and I had handlers around. It was always like, you go from one handler to the next handler, to the next handler. So now I am having, I get to actually learn how to run a company.”
By this point, Ye was growing frustrated with the hosts of the show–who were becoming increasingly obstructive–and he began to express it.
“It’s all about the position; it’s not about the amount of money that you have. Coming here, I feel like it’s a setup…I am literally gonna walk the F off the show if I’m sitting up here having a, you know, talk about, ’You can’t say that it was Jewish people that did it,’ when every sensible person knows that, I mean Jon Stewart knows, what happened to me, and they took it too far. It was like, American History X, like my head was on the side of the curb, and the exact people that I called out kicked my head.”
Ye described how he discovered his trainer, Harley Pasternak, was an ex-army intelligence operative for the Canadian military.
“They tried to medicate me. I was exhausted; they tried to wrongly diagnose me, and when I asked them how much lithium did you want to put me on exactly, it took them four days to answer because they were embarrassed about the amount. I refused to take this. You understand that if I had taken the medication, I would not be here, and it would have been, ‘he was deeply troubled, we miss him, we love his music though.”
Milo added on and said they would have given him the Britney Spears treatment, and Ye replied, “They would have Michael Jackson’d me.” This is a reference to Michael Jackson’s death, as many believe he was killed for what he said about Jews. After this, Tim expressed how many people were messaging him before the show telling him not to host them, labeling them antisemitic, white supremacists, and racists. Tim said the reasoning for having them on was to find out what they were thinking, after all they are the biggest media story in weeks.
“Because the Red Media controls both sides,” Ye said suddenly, “I just said it as simple as possible. Jared Kushner was next to Trump, Rahm Emmanuel was next to Obama. But since 194-” Tim interrupted yet again, just after stating he wanted to hear what they were thinking.
“But isn’t that an issue of these individuals?” Tim said.
“I’m going to order, with the last of my money that’s available, in a different account, I’m gonna order a PJ, before I sit and have another Lex Fridman set-up conversation. They’re trying to put me in jail for my opinion.” Ye went on to call his enemies bots, citing Mike Pence’s behavior as traitorous. He said he would never want to do anything that hurt Trump, despite Trump having said things that hurt him in the past, including insulting the mother of his children, Kim Kardashian, right to his face during their historic dinner together. “I went into the trenches for Trump…there was no one in my position that wore that hat, and all of my surroundings exhausted me.”
Ye said he lost his money over freedom of speech, and that is what makes him the only American that deserves to run the country. “Everyone else, your boy Desantis (referring to Tim’s favored Republican of choice), Trump, whoever they raise in a Petri dish over on the Democrat side, is going to play the game.” Tim interrupted again, cutting off Ye’s explanation he claimed he wanted to hear just a minute earlier.
“You went right into the antisemite thing,” Tim cut in. “I think it’s something that should be talked about, but if you start bringing this up, you’re gonna ask my opinion on it, I’m gonna disagree with you.”
“I didn’t ask your opinion on it, you jumped into it” Ye correctly noted. He continued; “I don’t care about your opinion, I like your opinion on how we win elections, but I don’t care about anybody’s opinion, bro. They tried to put me in jail, they blocked two billion dollars I had.” Ye talked about the trouble he received from meeting with Louis Farrakhan, whereas Obama met Farrakhan with ease due to Jewish permission. He then transitioned into mentioning the well-being of his children, saying they’ll be okay due to Kim being wealthy. In the most tender and open moment of the night however, Ye brought up his close and personal connection with God.
“God is using me, he’s breaking me down, removing all the riches, persons, all of this, so I can serve him. And the more and more those things are taken away from me, the more I can be empty and be a vessel, and be able to be used.” He went on to say that “you’re not gonna take my pain away, right? The Jewish people say ‘it’s the Holocaust, this happened, and you can’t say anything about it.’ We can’t take their pain away. No one’s gonna denounce the fact that they tried to lock me up!”
He likened himself to Martin Luther King Jr. “Because as I’m getting hosed down everyday by the press, and financially, I’m just standing there. When I found out they tried to put me in jail, it was like a dog was biting my arm, and I almost shed a tear… almost. But I still walked in stride through it.”
Tim replied, saying: “I think they’ve been extremely unfair to you.”
“Who is ‘they’ though? We can’t say who ‘they’ is, can we?” Ye asked.
“Corporate Press,” Tim said with an air of desperation. “I’m not using the, I don’t use the word as, I guess the way you guys use the word, I’m talking about-” Then Nick Fuentes commented:
“It is them though isn’t, I mean, because when you think about it, consider it. In 2018…” While Ye laughed supportedly, Tim kept interrupting Nick, even though Nick was about to explain the evidence behind Ye’s reasoning, the same evidence once again that Tim claims to be interested in learning more about.
“No! It is not!” Tim exclaimed with agitation.
“What do you mean it’s not?” Ye retorted in defense of Nick. As Tim scrambled for an explanation, he looked up as Ye left the room, followed soon after by Nick and Milo.
“Are you afraid of the press?” One of the cohosts asked.
Ye and Co. did not return to the studio, and why should they have? It was clear from the start that the fix was in. Pool had clearly been planning on taking an adversarial position from the get-go. Any time that someone brought up Jewish power, Tim immediately interrupted to counter it with his perfunctory individualist argument, a conversation that Ye had already had with Chris Cuomo, Piers Morgan, and Lex Fridman. In short, the podcast had to go Tim’s way, or the highway. Tim, like many other political podcasters, chooses to follow the kosher guidelines of censorship advocated for by the likes of the ADL and SPLC. Perhaps Tim should trade in his beanie for a yarmulke.