Nick Cannon Apologizes for What the Jews Made Him Say

Nick Cannon Apologizes for What the Jews Made Him Say
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Today, actor and entertainer Nick Cannon released a heartfelt apology for comments he made on a recent podcast that many interpreted as Anti-Semitic. The popular Masked Singer host explained that he “has no hate in his heart,” and is “sorry for what the Jews made me say.”

“I in no way condone this Anti-Semitic false flag attack coordinated by the Zionist controlled government and the Rothchild family. These comments do not reflect what I believe and are a direct product of the moneyed banking and financial interests that control the media, education, and entertainment.”

Powerful words. Hopefully, people won’t take them out of context and try to turn them into another controversy. Unfortunately (given who’s pulling the strings), that’s probably just an idealistic fantasy.

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