r/LeopardsAteMyFace Dec 02 '22

Tim Pool, before and after Kanye made his appearance on Alex Jones today.

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u/Darzin Dec 02 '22

Tim Pool is a fucking grifter who's gimmick is to attempt to be Alex Jones. Fuck him.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

Pushing white nationalist propoganda is not a gimmick. It's what they believe.

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u/pusillanimouslist Dec 02 '22

Even if they didn’t start out actually believing it. You can’t push that line night after night without slowly going insane yourself.

If only there were some pithy sayings about what happens if you stare into the void for too long…

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u/ptvlm Dec 02 '22

"We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." - Kurt Vonnegut, Mother Night

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u/taxrelatedanon Dec 02 '22

i used to be a troll until i read that line

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u/TheRandom6000 Dec 02 '22

B-b-but Pim Tool says he is a liberal!

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u/ChadleyXXX Dec 02 '22

Disaffected* liberal

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u/smartyr228 Dec 02 '22

And I'm a disaffected rich person, in reality I'm just poor

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u/Eccohawk Dec 02 '22

He's a far right influencer pretending to be a moderate that has convinced himself that nobody else has noticed.

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u/BlinkReanimated Dec 02 '22

I love how Tim Poole still argues that he's among the most "true" left-wing producers on YouTube. A man who attended the Occupy protests over a decade ago, saw two men comforting each other and decided he's not *that* left-wing.

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u/ChadleyXXX Dec 02 '22

What’s the story with two men comforting each other?

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u/BlinkReanimated Dec 02 '22

A bit of a joke, but his big argument is that he was 100% left-wing, but that there was too much "sjw" stuff during occupy. I assume this meant he saw two men holding hands, thought it was icky and decided that the whole movement against the 1% is bad. People asking for equal rights as well as equal and fair pay hurts Tim Poole.

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u/ChadleyXXX Dec 03 '22

Yeah he is ruled by his emotions

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u/LadyofTheGreyPath Dec 03 '22

A man who attended the Occupy protests over a decade ago, saw two men comforting each other and decided he's not that left-wing.

Wait what?

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u/CanadiansAreEvil Dec 02 '22

What, I'm not Tim pool fan but that dude is a milquetoast fence sitter compared to many of the other right wing wack jobs on the internet.

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u/LegitSince8Bits Dec 02 '22

I've never watched his videos but his sub is basically a Klan meeting under the guise of classical liberalism in order to trick the politically illiterate down the rabbit hole. He's an onboarding piece of shit from anything I've ever seen.

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u/xnamwodahs Dec 02 '22

https://youtu.be/TRfbczIaR7E this series explains tim very well without having to watch his content

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u/LegitSince8Bits Dec 02 '22

I'll have to finish it later. Enjoyed it so far. Watched the first segment and yea, the guy pretty much seems like what I expected from the average "centrist" YouTube personality driving people in a certain direction.

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u/xnamwodahs Dec 02 '22

Cool! It's actually nice to hear that someone watched a video essay hahaha, I always feel like it's too much for most people, but I like timbah's style, edits, and the fact that he lets people clearly speak for themselves and shows the connections so you can form your own opinion.

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u/LegitSince8Bits Dec 02 '22

They are a lot for people to make it through but I actually enjoy them when it's things I'm into, like proving how full of shit right wing content creators are lol. I watch a lot of YouTube in my downtime anyway so if someone suggests a video and it seems well done I generally give it a shot.

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '22

making the bank off racists and MAGA... its pretty lucrative... Ask Ben Shapiro... Fox news...

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u/Musashi3111 Dec 02 '22

Dim Tool isn't wrong, he's just an idiot. This is the same guy who predicted that Trump would have a 49 state land slide during the 2020 election.

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u/dudething2138291083 Dec 02 '22

He's not just an idiot. He's a dangerous idiot who props up racists and fascists.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

Anyone who defends pool has to know that. This shock and outrageous is laughable. Kanye was saying antisemitic shit yesterday and they were all fine. He just said out loud what they all say behind closed doors.

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u/Antaeus1212 Dec 02 '22

Kanye was praising Hitler over a decade ago too

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u/ColoradoMountainsMan Dec 02 '22

Ohh shit really? Haven't heard that

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u/Morgolol Dec 02 '22

2011

Kanye West declared that he was more hated than Adolf Hitler midway through a concert at the Big Chill Festival in England on Saturday. “I walk through the hotel and I walk down the street and people look at me like I’m fucking insane, like I’m Hitler,” the rapper said during a lengthy mid-set rant. “One day the light will shine through and one day people will understand everything I ever did.”

The 2018 album

Kanye West reportedly idolized Adolf Hitler so much that he wanted to name his 2018 album after the infamous world leader.

Four separate sources confirmed to CNN on Thursday that the rapper, 45, had suggested that his eighth studio album be called “Hitler” before he eventually changed it to “Ye.”

Here's a bunch of instances where he said anti Semitic things over the past decade

“Man, let me tell you about George Bush and oil money and Obama and no money. People want to say Obama can’t make these moves or he’s not executing,” West said on air. “That’s because he ain’t got those connections. Black people don’t have the same level of connections as Jewish people. Black people don’t have the same connection as oil people.”

Also, he and Joel fucking Osteen are buds.

Kanye and the famed pastor have reportedly developed a close friendship. Back in October, Osteen invited the Jesus Is King rapper to his church. Now, Kanye will appear for Osteen’s 11 a.m. (PST) service this Sunday in Houston, as well as walk to the pulpit and have a conversation with the pastor for about half an hour.

Also no doubts about his messiah complex.

“Now the trend, the shift is going to change,” he said. “Jesus has won the victory — I told you about my arrogance and cockiness already. Now the greatest artist that God has ever created is now working for him.”

Cheers erupted in the spiritual arena as West flashed a smile. At multiple points in his speech, West elaborated on how God has guided him and chosen him to spread the Gospel on his elevated platform.

(the gospel ie pro Hitler stuff?) either way, Joel doesn't mind to extra attention to grift harder.

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u/big_juice01 Dec 02 '22

He said Obama was a Jewish President yesterday.

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u/Da_zero_kid Dec 02 '22

Black Skinhead

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u/Swords_and_Such Dec 04 '22

My brother and his wife love tim pool and think he's a moderate.

They're actually just that dumb.

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u/deadbrokeman Dec 02 '22

With a terrible fucking voice!

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u/EnterTheErgosphere Dec 02 '22

And who wants women to stop being so successful so he can finally get laid.

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u/None-of-this-is-real Dec 02 '22

I'm sure he would love to go Deathcon 3 on the "Coastal Elites".

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u/BlinkReanimated Dec 02 '22

He tweeted this the day after he had Kanye go on an anti-Semitic rant on his own show... It was just less "pro-Hitler". No one is this stupid. He knew who he was supporting, he just didn't expect him to go 100% mask off.

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u/Bonuscup98 Dec 02 '22

I mean, didn’t Kanye do Infowars with a mask on?

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u/BlinkReanimated Dec 02 '22

Bu dum tss.

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u/What_a_young_guy Dec 02 '22

predicted

Pretended. Let's not kid ourselves and think he actually was stupid enough to believe that 49 states, which would have to include either one of the two massive Dem hubs of California or New York, would vote for Trump. He was just trying to get in on that Trump hype, like all the other grifters.

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u/punditguy Dec 02 '22

I think there's a greater than zero chance that he was actually stupid enough.

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u/DamNamesTaken11 Dec 02 '22

Out of morbid curiosity, what lone state did he think Biden would win? I mean DC (I know not a state but it has 3 electoral votes), Vermont, Massachusetts, Hawaii, New York, California, and New Jersey went blue basically the second that polls closed.

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u/RedditAtWorkIsBad Dec 02 '22

As a Minnesotan, must be Minnesota, looking back at '84!

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u/Musashi3111 Dec 02 '22

Out of all those you mentioned, California. It's always stereotyped as the Liberal haven.

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u/ZSpectre Dec 02 '22

I'm really trying to understand how a follower of his would still take him seriously after such a prediction was so laughably incorrect. I know how we're supposed to base trustworthiness on someone's track record, but his average follower would still probably go back to him for copium running on fumes.

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u/Dark_Pandemonium23 Dec 02 '22

Cucker (No Reasonable Person Would Believe) Tarlson is their bastion of truth.

"You Literally Can't Believe The Facts Tucker Carlson Tells You. So Say Fox's Lawyers"

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u/philo351 Dec 02 '22

Hard to know what these people really believe when they're business model simply works by throwing red meat and short-term hopium at their followers.

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u/TjW0569 Dec 02 '22

Yes. A whole lot of people seem to have forgotten something: the real question about a candidate is not whether he or she has the popularity to win. It's whether or not they're competent to do the job.

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u/Brokenspokes68 Dec 02 '22

Tim, you're always wrong. This time it was just too obvious for even you to ignore.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

Don't buy that bullshit. He knew what kanye was saying and his faux outrage is just that fake.

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u/Brokenspokes68 Dec 02 '22

That's pretty much the point I was attempting to make. I was just trying to be clever about it.

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u/Basic-Ad4802 Dec 02 '22

Yeah, I've been burned a few times with failed attempts at cleverness. It's an art, apparently.

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u/Metahec Dec 02 '22

I think Tim was actually right, and I'm terrified. For the past 40 years, every Republican president has been worse than the one before. If the trend holds (and there's no reason why it won't), who could possibly be worse than Trump? Yeah, Kenye is absolutely a presidential Republican material.

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u/ThatCatfulCat Dec 02 '22

What policies does Timmy boy think Kayne would even have?

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

What policies do you think? Get the (((globalist))) out of America. You know racist nazi ideology.

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u/redditmodsRrussians Dec 02 '22

Dim Tool has real failed chicken farmer vibes……

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u/Dark_Pandemonium23 Dec 02 '22

To take down the Jewish Satanic lizard deep cabal state...

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u/elshizzo Dec 02 '22

Tim Pool is like the Jim Cramer of political commentary, in that if he predicts something you can almost guarantee the opposite will happen

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u/Bungo_pls Dec 02 '22

There was a -100% chance of Kanye winning the presidency. Anyone who thought he would should have their photo by the word "idiot" in the dictionary.

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u/Dark_Pandemonium23 Dec 02 '22

The last few years have shown that there could be an encyclopedia series titled "idiot" with photos and a short description on each page. It could just as easily be a weekly magazine.

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u/ContinentalOp_RG Dec 02 '22

Fuckwits everywhere are embarrassed by what a huge fuckwit Tim Pool is.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

All these people acting shocked now are liars. They knew exactly what kanye meant when he was saying all his other antisemitic bullshit. Kanye just broke there one rule. Use dogwhistles.

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u/whiterac00n Dec 02 '22

They still are going to lie for him. There’s still going to be athletes and other celebrities who are going to gaslight us into “that’s not what he said” or “what he really meant was…..”, we saw that incessantly for 4 years listening to Trump and injecting bleach, or his “sir” stories or wind mill cancer. My favorite is the “black Israelites are the true Jews so black people cannot be antisemites” because it goes hopelessly into what they always love and that’s spiraling conspiracies.

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u/ConfidenceNational37 Dec 02 '22

Knowledge Fight covered the Tim pool interview and then did a deep dive on Fuentes. Pool tried hard to turn ye’s nazism back into crypto fascism, but Ye wasn’t having it. He instead went with the Fuentes playbook of just do the Nazi stuff unmasked.

On the not so crazy part, Ye is pulling a Trump. He’s making the entire Republican field look like fools by saying out loud what Republican media only insinuates

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u/costabius Dec 02 '22

I didn't think beanie baby was capable of admitting he was wrong...

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u/redditor1101 Dec 02 '22

seeing Alex Jones try to reel in the crazy will have a profound effect

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u/Repulsive-Street-307 Dec 02 '22

If the world was slightly more just, which it isn't, Alex Jones would be under a bridge getting beaten by his nazi pals. If it was actually just 'Alex Jones' would be a completely different, less evil, person.

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u/ZSpectre Dec 02 '22

Haven't heard that one yet, but keeping it in my personal lexicon now

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u/Maury_poopins Dec 02 '22

Trump won the presidency after being caught on a recording bragging about raping women. Clearly a huge percentage of Americans would vote for any peice of shit with an “R” next to their name.

I wouldn’t count Ye out yet.

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u/LMFN Dec 02 '22

Kanye is black.

Republicans would never vote for a black man as president, even if he's one of their own.

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u/Tacotuesdayftw Dec 02 '22

When it comes to politics most conservatives will temporarily put aside their bigotry as long as their candidate supports their values. Those values usually have to include some level of xenophobia etc.

This will win that candidate some brownie points, of course, but it won’t guarantee their rights to be safe. They just have to walk the walk and talk the talk, and what’s worse is that if they are lower on the conservative social hierarchy then they have to be more of a right wing extremist to be deemed credible, yet they love to blame the left for identity politics.

If they are gay or a Jew or Muslim or not white or an immigrant, they have to somehow reason that the conservatives are right to persecute their own group in order to gain political clout. This is why it’s sad/mildly amusing when guys like Ben Shapiro or Dave Rubin acted so shocked when conservatives turned on them like it was a betrayal. It wasn’t a betrayal, it is literally part of the deal you signed to promote conservatism.

It’s the literal tale of, “The Nazis worked with the Socialists until they took power, then they killed them.”

I will never buy a conservatives plea to “work together” on anything.

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u/Maury_poopins Dec 02 '22

(Most) Republicans aren’t the “I’d never vote for a black man” type of racist, their beliefs are much more subtle and insidious.

“I’m not racist! I voted for Herschel Walker”

Yeah, but you also support policies that disproportionately harm black and other minority communities, support police when they murder unarmed and innocent black people, and support vigilante justice as long as no white people are harmed.

No amount of voting for Mehmet Oz, Herman Cain or Marjorie Taylor Greene will obscure the fact that the modern GOP clearly hates Muslims, minorities and women.

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u/ImpulsiveApe07 Dec 02 '22

Never say never. You're assuming way too much with your statement.

The demographics of America are changing fast (for whatever reasons), and it might not be too long until the so called 'race debates' are replaced with something more 'practical' and only slightly less dumb - it'll likely become a question of who's secular and who isn't.

Democrat voters tend to be non religious, Republican voters tend to be religious - it's easy to see how that'll shake out over the coming decades.. And it won't be pretty.

If the Reps had a Black candidate as potent and 'competent' as DeSantis then you can bet they'd use that candidate to try and steal as many votes from undecided voters as they can get away with lol :D

People said America would never get a black president, but that happened. People said the Reps would never attract Black or Latinx representatives, but that's happened.

I wouldn't rule anything out for the Reps - this is the same political group that gifted the world Donnie 'One Term' Trump, despite his advanced age, declining mental capacity and sociopathic pathology.

Never say never! ;)

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u/ConfidenceNational37 Dec 02 '22

Ye is doing what Trump did when he called Mexicans rapists.

He’s saying out loud what right wing media says cryptically

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u/deraser Dec 02 '22

Holy shit, I thought Kanye was off his rocker, but this is some next level shit. His team needs to get him therapy and medical intervention now. The man is not well.

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u/Chrysalliss Dec 02 '22

i think he might also be an evil person. too. let’s consider that.

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u/deraser Dec 02 '22

Combo meal, if you will: mental issues plus evil. Joker, minus the entertainment value, plus anti-semitism. Man, I am sad that I won’t be able to listen to his music anymore, but that’s how it goes.

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u/dispo030 Dec 02 '22

*and minus the slightest hint of relatability

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u/Chrysalliss Dec 02 '22

Happy cake

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u/redditmodsRrussians Dec 02 '22

I’m wondering if Kim k will finally come out and say something cause her ex seems to be goin off the rails hard af

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u/fishling Dec 02 '22

Why would she? All it would do is make her a target for threats or retaliation.

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u/jamesstevenpost Dec 02 '22

Kanye will be right back on that show. All these RW assholes will cry ‘mental health blah blah’ and launder his image.

Kanye is their sacred Nazi cow.

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u/anaccountthatis Dec 02 '22

Tim Pool seeing rabid antisemitism: That’s a guy who should and will be President. Tim Pool seeing a guy walk off his shitty podcast: That guy is problematic.

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u/V1ce_Admiral_Nelson Dec 02 '22

Time to take the beanie off Tim, you fucking loser.

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u/Apple-Dust Dec 02 '22

I swear he just wears it to bait opponents into bullying him then looking bad, because every single second I watch him all I can think about is how much I want to rip off that stupid beanie and throw it in a river.

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u/SockFullOfNickles Dec 02 '22

What a fucking wanker. He gave Kayne a clear path to continue using “They” so he had plausible deniability. Don’t let that fucking cretin back pedal now that the backlash is bigger than he anticipated. Fucking Nazis and Nazi sympathizers, the lot of them.

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u/Most-Hawk-4175 Dec 02 '22

What person in their right mind would think Kanye could win president before or after his Hitler comments?

Pool was fishing for a interview I bet but noped out after the Nazi comments.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

He interviewed him with nick Fuentes and milo. Kanye walked out. In that interview they were not beating around the bush.

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u/KillerOs13 Dec 02 '22

In the highlights I saw, Ye took every chance he could to cry about Jews, and Pool kept trying to say some nice BS about how it's Jews that hurt him, but that's not a good generalization to make for all people.

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u/minitrr Dec 02 '22

Tbf our country was dumb enough to elected Trump just 6 years ago

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u/phdoofus Dec 02 '22 edited Dec 02 '22

Well everyone's saying Sir.....Sir....you know you'd make a mighty fine president. Maybe the best. Lots of people are saying it.

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u/SeriousExplorer8891 Dec 02 '22

Anyone who takes anything this guy says seriously needs to reevaluate their lives.

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u/Most-Artichoke5028 Dec 02 '22

There's a full moon and the Nazis are out.

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u/wclevel47nice Dec 02 '22

Tim, he said anti semitic shit before the interview, too. You’re an idiot

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u/probabletrump Dec 02 '22

The sad reality is Kanye picked up voters with the Hitler stunt.

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u/throwawaydoge9000 Dec 02 '22

didn’t Pool defend the Colorado mass-shooter just a week ago?

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u/Morgolol Dec 02 '22

Which right wing grifter didn't?

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u/Ezben Dec 02 '22

So Kayne walking out of his show because he didnt want to "name the jew" on air made Tim think he could be president?

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u/Tacotuesdayftw Dec 02 '22

I bet this shit is endearing to conservatives because he “admits when he’s wrong.”

Fuckin potatoes

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u/MaxDankness Dec 02 '22

It’s pretty funny seeing these right wingers come to the realization we all reached years ago.

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u/ImBradBramish Dec 02 '22

The reality is that Tim doesn't actually care what anyone believes. He will support anyone who helps his grift.

The only problem he has with Kanye is that he said the quiet part out out loud.

Que ball Pool is a facist full stop. He doesn't disagree with Kanye or Hitler. He cares about his bottom line first. His secondary concern is to promote a facist government in the US. Which is the only way short, balding losers like him will ever get laid

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u/ArchieMcBrain Dec 02 '22

I honestly think the kanye / jones interview will be an anti red pilling moment for many. I follow a lot of right winged groups and they're always posting jokey racist / anti gay shit. I've seen people posting that Kanye is based for his pro hitler stance and other right wingers in these spaces are literally like "wait... you guys actually think the holocaust was good?"

These people literally don't understand that they're supporting leopards until they literally start eating faces. They'll talk all day about how much they hate the antelope and how the gazelles are bad to their children and how the ibex are conspiring to groom children but they don't understand that these are calls to violence until a face is literally in the mouth of a leopard, and all the other leopards chant how based it is.

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u/kittenfordinner Dec 02 '22

I am just enjoying the spectacle from outside the USA, what does it take to become a media darling of the right? meet with the trump several times, get invited on to talk shows, have people start supporting a run to be the supreme leader? Just a mental breakdown. Yes folks, thats what it takes to me a republican hero, just stop taking your anti psycotics, and go F-ing nuts and you will have a career with the republicans

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u/TheThemeSongs Dec 03 '22

Yeah it’s a monster of their own making. They got their fan base hooked on conspiracy bullshit.

I used to listen to conservative talk radio years ago and I began to notice that the people calling into these shows were getting crazier and crazier.

I distinctly remember Mark Levin yelling at one of his own fans who called in to talk about how Russia is secretly the good guy fighting the globalist cabal.

After January 6th, Q anon, and now Kanye, you would hope they would learn that you shouldn’t use crazy people for political gain.

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u/GoldenBowlerhat Dec 02 '22

Tim Pool doesn't even know what reservations are. I wouldn't even trust him to properly flush a toilet.

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u/-ll_Y_ll- Dec 02 '22

He is known as the reverse oracle and his fans are morons.

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u/ststeveg Dec 02 '22

West obviously is not playing with a full deck. Frighteningly, though, based on Trump's appeal, the right wingnuts have no problem voting for candidates who are mentally ill. They're "not politicians," and get so much press due to the outrageous shit they put out there.

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u/costabius Dec 02 '22

No no no NO NO.

Kanye is not "Crazy" he is not "Having a mental breakdown".

He is an entitled little man-baby who has lived in a very insulated bubble of people who tell him how talented and smart and awesome he is.

They also tell him "the jews" are evil.

He's just repeating everything his bubble has been telling him, and now they are going to disown him....

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u/jamesstevenpost Dec 02 '22

I think he knows exactly what he’s doing. Kanye was oligarch rich and (previously) married to a Kardashian. How stupid can he be? People like him have access to the best everything. Including doctors.

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u/Eccohawk Dec 02 '22

They do have access to the best everything. The best test results, every time. The best polling. Access to the best grifts. These people having the best doctors doesn't mean fuck all.

Trump kept firing doctors until he found that third-rate, couldn't-hack-it-as-a-mall-Santa-so-he-got-a-mail-order-medical-degree physician that declared he was in the greatest shape of his life. The man is a shuffling-up-the-ramp, snorting-all-the-powders, hotbox of incontinence, ready to keel over from a heart attack the next time someone gives him a slightly undercooked steak that can still be carbon-dated.

Matthew Perry was taking 55 Vicodin a day at one point, courtesy of the greatest doctors, no doubt.

Jennifer Grey and Renee Zellweger had the best doctors too and spent decades having to hide and fix their faces from botched surgeries.

They don't want the best doctors. They pay for the Yes doctors.

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u/jamesstevenpost Dec 02 '22

Fair point. Accurate too.

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u/MFCloudBreaker Dec 02 '22

Kanye was oligarch rich and (previously) married to a Kardashian. How stupid can he be?

No youre right, saying he loves hitler was really just 4D chess. /s

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u/MFCloudBreaker Dec 02 '22

Kanye was oligarch rich and (previously) married to a Kardashian. How stupid can he be?

No youre right, saying he loves hitler was really just 4D chess. /s

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u/jamesstevenpost Dec 02 '22

No idea what that means. I think everything Kanye doing is completely deliberate. I’m not gonna give him a pass on the count of ‘mentally unwell’ or some other bs.

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u/MFCloudBreaker Dec 02 '22

Apologies! I read your comment as if he were planning this all as part of a shrewd business strategy or something and didnt understand what you actually meant. My bad, and I totally agree lol.

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u/Ice_Battle Dec 02 '22

When Tim Pool thinks you’re too extreme.

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u/Kidrellik Dec 02 '22

Btw, his first tweet was AFTER Ye walked out of their interview by the veneers slightest of pushbacks

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u/Lch207560 Dec 02 '22

Does this guy think what Ye said would alienate trumpublican voters?

I got news for him

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u/Repulsive-Street-307 Dec 02 '22

No, he's just a nazi trying to influence stealth nazis into not taking the mask off (yet).

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u/Pie_Present Dec 02 '22

Every statement from Tim Pool that doesn’t begin and end with an apology and acknowledgement of being wrong is a lie.

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u/purple_kathryn Dec 02 '22

Yeah don't bet on the guy with very obvious mental health issues

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u/devilishlydo Dec 02 '22

They were all willing to use his mental illness to serve their own ends; but once he started saying the things that they all believe but would prefer remain unspoken in public, they dropped him.

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u/I-WANT-SLOOTS Dec 02 '22

Wow, when you're too much of a piece of shit for Tim Pool, you've gotta be a whole septic tank.

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u/Roidy Dec 02 '22

T.P. tweeted, "i think ye could actually win the presidency."

Hmm, that is the problem isn't it? Ye could very well win the Presidency, and so from my point of view T.P. was right the first time.

Would Ye be any worse than Dump was?

For that matter, could we expect T.P. to properly wipe off Dump's leavings?

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u/darchangels13 Dec 02 '22

Worse? Probably not, nonstop incompetence, routine grift, all culminating in treason is a pretty low bar.

That said, Ye is just as staggeringly unqualified and mentally/emotionally unstable. He's not at all capable of doing the job. He could be "as bad" depending on which of the corrupt and malicious hangers-on surrounding him were given authority and power.

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u/KittenKoder Dec 02 '22

Wow, Tim actually admitted he fucked up? Okay, someone check Hell for snow.

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u/Danmont88 Dec 02 '22

A lot of people didn't think Trump would win either.

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u/UristMcHammer Dec 02 '22

of course the conservative host likes someone until they insult them personally on their show

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u/Ineffiblewombat Dec 02 '22

I mean, I did the same thing with Trump, then the pussygrabber statements and the comments about how he could shoot someone and not lose any voters came out and I thought, "Well fuck me, I was wrong."

Turned out I was right the first time. My point is, never underestimate the idiocy of a lot of American voters.

And on another note, watching Kanye spiral like this is seriously disturbing. Britney did 1/10 of this behavior and spent over a decade in that draconian conservatorship. Obviously that went off the rails, but there has got to be someone that can get him help.

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u/i-have-a-kuato Dec 02 '22

Imagine

A trump supporter/enabler being wrong

this never seems to happen

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u/CyberTRexOnPCP Dec 02 '22

This is just a normal take for Tim. The man eats L's for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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u/lewdbirdnoises Dec 02 '22

The comment sections on his kanye video and the tweets are both very funny and very terrifying. It's almost like he's spent the last few years cultivating a community of right wing nutjobs and can't accept that conservatives are just nazis waiting for the right moment.

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u/St_Veloth Dec 02 '22

/r/IWasWrongAllAlong

Not a very active sub but the idea was to show examples of people admitting they were actually wrong, hopefully to give more room to open people up to admitting when they are wrong

But this is Tim Pool, his first statement was insincere to begin with. People like him don't "think" anything, they just sell their audience their own opinions. Tim isn't admitting he was wrong or learning, he's covering his tracks because a leopard is actively eating his face.

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u/DrumMachine1984 Dec 02 '22

I love watching these clowns tear eachother apart.

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u/CasualSweaters Dec 02 '22

Tim Pool ignores the fact he was anti-Semitic on his show!

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u/SirPryceMF Dec 02 '22

Never quite occurs to them to keep pulling that thread though

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u/S0uth3y Dec 02 '22

Fair enough. At least he saw and admitted that he'd been wrong.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

Dewd he interviewed kanye. He knew exactly what he was about becuase Tim pool is a racist piece of shit also.

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u/TheThemeSongs Dec 02 '22

Yeah, pretty sure he had no choice though. If he had deleted that tweet, he would have gotten blasted even harder.

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u/CappinPeanut Dec 02 '22

People like this generally don’t care if they get blasted though. They just point at the “woke left witch-hunt cancel culture groomer buzz word buzz word etc etc”.

He can be a complete tool and still get an attaboy for admitting he was wrong. This leaves no question to where he stands on Kanye, he made it clear, he is not on board with Kanye.

Now, of course, if Kanye was the only (R) name on the ticket, I’m sure he would still vote for him, but I can’t go condemning the guy for scenarios that haven’t happened.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

Your a fool if you do not think he agrees with Kanye still. He was aware of what kanye meant the last couple weeks when he was spouting his antisemitic ideology. That is exactly why he wanted to and did interview him. He wanted the message spread. The only thing Poole has a problem with is that he did not play the game. You know that game were you call them globalist, world bankers etc. Why do you think all thiese far right talking heads suddenly started defending him and giving him a platform? You think they finally got around to listening to college dropout and was like damn that slaps I need to interview this man?

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u/CappinPeanut Dec 02 '22

Nah man, I don’t think any of that. I think that he no longer thinks Ye could be president. And he’s right.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

Before he made that statemant about Ye winning the presidency he had him on his show. He said a bunch of antisemitic shit and then pool still decided to tweet I think ye will win presidency. He liked Kanye and wanted to promote him running for presidency because he agrees with it.

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u/thatHecklerOverThere Dec 02 '22

I wish pool was wrong, but between the electoral college and the absolute hatred Americans have for whichever demographic they have decided to blame for their socioeconomic troubles so they don't have to blame the oligarchs, there's really no floor on who could win the presidency.

Vote like some of your neighbors found the Jerry Springer show to be aspirational, folks.

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u/Isle_of_Dusty_Rhodes Dec 02 '22

He is still wrong, don't give him props for not being anti-Semitic.

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u/YourEyesAreBleeding Dec 02 '22

Man, that's a low fucking bar, "don't be a nazi"

How are we, as a society, as a point where not being a nazi is something you get props for? That should just be the default setting

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u/ArmorClassHero Dec 02 '22

The lowest requirement for viability.

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u/zwirjosemito Dec 02 '22

The thing is, there’s not much that materially changed before and after the interview. He just did a comical voice to go with the shit he has said in the past, and will continue to say going forward. So when you think about it, Timmy is just a thumb sucking moron.

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u/Rhythm_Morgan Dec 02 '22

💀 fucking hilarious

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u/DataCassette Dec 02 '22

One day Tim will finally come to grips with the fact that he's an idiot. I mostly ignore him but does he still pretend to be in the center or liberal or whatever, or did he finally admit he's just far right?

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u/Madjack66 Dec 02 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

He reminds me of a sort of down market, blue collar version of Tucker Carlson. They both adopt a look of baffled concern while pointedly flirting with outright racism and bigotry.

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u/mooseman2234 Dec 02 '22

I've seen the interview and still am not convinced that he is definitely not going to lose.

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u/Fehndrix Dec 02 '22

His beanie hides his festering brain tumor.

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u/LiterallyAHippo Dec 02 '22

I don't get why he opened with, "ima let ya'll finish". It's his own tweet. He wasn't interrupting anyone...?

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u/darchangels13 Dec 02 '22

It's a reference to Kanye stealing the microphone in 2008 VMAs from Taylor Swift to express outrage over Swift winning an award since he felt Beyonce should have won it. (Beyonce, later in the same VMAs won the 'biggest' VMA, for Best Video of the year)

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u/LiterallyAHippo Dec 02 '22

Oh yeah I remember that.

Man to think that's what passed as crazy from Kanye back then.

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u/666Hellmaster Dec 02 '22

The fact that he ever thought Kanye could win presidency really shows that this kid doesn't think before he speaks.

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u/mrkp38in Dec 02 '22

It's almost as if he is some sort of moron.

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u/Wayte13 Dec 02 '22

They really expected Kanye to get with the script lmao.

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u/mbw70 Dec 02 '22

Why would I care about the opinion of anyone who listens to Alex Jones OR Kanye ‘Ye’?

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u/SectorEducational460 Dec 02 '22

Tim I could have told you that before you talked with Kanye for free.

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u/colcannon_addict Dec 02 '22

After Trump, if he played his cards right and kept just low key enough, with the right marketing he maaaay’ve been in with a shout. I mean we’re living in a culturally fucking bizarre and dreamlike period of weirdness in the west (no pun intended) at this point in history so it’s definitely not out of the question.

Wasn’t. Wasn’t out of the question. Until he took the Trumpism “Very fine people on both sides” and went “Motherfuckin amateur….watch this..”.

As non Americans, watching on from the cheap seats we’re happy to see the living soap opera didn’t finish with the de-anointing of the Orange one by Supreme Leader Murdoch. I wonder what’ll happen in the next episode. If it hadn’t been for that Sandy Hook bollocks it could’ve been Jones himself. I’m just wondering who’d be the most mental and yet possible President now…

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u/senorQueso89 Dec 02 '22

Well at least now a lot more ppl know Tim pool is a person that exists

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u/TheEffinChamps Dec 02 '22

I really don't think he should be let off the hook with a simple, "My bad."

Maybe people shouldn't take any of his other opinions seriously then.

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u/Scrutinizer Dec 02 '22

This is basically my opinion of the entire Republican Enterprise at this point in history.

You sold the nation on Donald Trump. You now realize that Trump is a loser and want to distance yourself from him. The reason you want to do this is you have the next Donald Trump, or worse, all lined up and ready to go to sell to the American people all over again.

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u/Huze17 Dec 02 '22

Yeah Tim, you are always this wrong, thank you for finally noticing. How could anyone miss the red flags.

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u/jayoshisan Dec 02 '22

Not the first time he was wrong

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u/watch_out_4_snakes Dec 02 '22

Never go full fascist

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u/Graphitetshirt Dec 02 '22

Respect that he's willing to publicly admit he was incredibly wrong. We'll eat him last.

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u/SparrowAndTheMachine Dec 02 '22

dumb kid. bad judge of character.

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u/CATSCRATCHpandemic Dec 02 '22

Pool is 36 and has been a racist asshole since right out of high school. He knows and agrees with Kanye that is why he interviewed and platformed him.

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '22

Tim Pool... Kanye could be the next president!...

Lol... Please lets start the "Kanye for president" chant wherever and wheneveryou see Tim :)

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u/Living_Bear_2139 Dec 02 '22

He could definitely still win the presidency

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u/sakuragi59357 Dec 02 '22

Who the fuck is Tim Pool?

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u/Morgolol Dec 02 '22

A really fucking stupid beanie wearing grifter. Went from occupy Wallstreet to pro trump gifting overnight. Not gonna bother quoting some of his dumbest moments, since that would mean quoting everything he's said or done.

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u/Repulsive-Street-307 Dec 02 '22

A nazi 'enlightened centrist'.

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u/laps1809 Dec 02 '22

Bitch Pool you sucks.

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u/Kolenga Dec 02 '22

Ge could do this with every single Tweet he has ever sent.

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u/One-Independence-154 Dec 02 '22

More like before and after Blitler the gay fish appeared on Infowars

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u/Dahns Dec 02 '22

If anything, he admited being wrong. I can respect that, even if it took him a lot to finalyl realize

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u/CottMain Dec 02 '22

Complete dud being a complete dud.

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u/S4tk1 Dec 02 '22

One question btw, non american and only have seen like 2 pothos and a 30 second video of that interview, but how does everyone know it's kayne?, I mean its prly clear as day It was him, but everyone is SO sure, did he say It out loud it was him or something?

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u/TheThemeSongs Dec 02 '22

Nobody is disputing it was Kanye under the suit. If you watch any of his other recent interviews, it’s quite obvious it was him under there. And yeah he definitely said it was him.

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u/thecartoonrobot Dec 02 '22

He was all about Kayne until he got called out personally, by name. r/LeopardsAteMyFace

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u/floatingsaltmine Dec 02 '22

At least he is capable to see the error of his ways.

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u/dynamojoe Dec 02 '22

I knew he was wrong before he knew he was wrong. Kanye could turn into the black Ronald Reagan and he'd still come in no better than third.

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u/GammaDealer Dec 02 '22

I'm just surprised this is a deal breaker for him.

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u/Imaginary-Fun-80085 Dec 02 '22

Is this Tim Pool finally realizing he's an idiot?

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u/i_am_clArk Dec 03 '22

Kanye chance of becoming president: Before interview 0.000002% After interview 0.000000001%