Kanye West Tweeted A Bunch Of Videos By The Trump-Loving Men's Rights Activist Creator Of "Dilbert"
West tweeted nine video clips from a 22-minute Periscope by the controversial cartoonist behind Dilbert, Scott Adams, on Monday.
Earlier this month, Kanye West reactivated his Twitter account and used the platform to announce he's possibly live-writing a philosophy book and that he has a new album planned for June 8.
On Monday, however, West tweeted out nine video clips from a 22-minute Periscope by the controversial cartoonist behind Dilbert, Scott Adams.
Adams streamed the Periscope over the weekend. It's titled "Scott Adams tells you how Kanye showed the way to the Golden Age. With coffee."
Scott Adams tells you how Kanye showed the way to The Golden Age. With coffee. https://t.co/RCFwKuXjCA
In the video, Adams defines the Golden Age as a time where everything is going right. Adams argues that West is a proof that things like racism arent actual issues and that they can be overcome by positive thinking.
Adams has regularly blogged about Trump, far-right politics, men's rights, and his particular homebrew version of behavioral science for years.
Since the 2016 election, he's become a prominent figure among the far-right.
Adams is also a regular guest on Alex Jones' far-right talk show Info Wars.
When Kanye West tweeted Adams' videos on Monday, the reaction among far-right internet personalities, like Mike Cernovich, was immediate.
Cernovich began retweeting all of Kanye's tweets, writing, "reality is ripped open again."
Info Wars editor-at-large, Paul Joseph Watson, was similarly excited by West discovering Scott Adams.
And Alex Jones went so far as to reach out to Kanye West, inviting him on Info Wars.
The official account for Gab, the far-right Twitter clone, tweeted a photo of Kanye West meeting Trump from 2016.
Gateway Pundit contributor Cassandra Fairbanks began tweeting about it.
Fairbanks also wrote up the interaction between Adams and West, writing that West was "redpilling the masses."
And Lauren Southern, a far-right YouTuber who was recently banned from the UK, began tweeting West's tweets.
Reactions outside the far-right sphere have been less positive, with members of the Kanye West subreddit calling the tweets "right wing propaganda".
And people are across Twitter are beginning to believe that Kanye West may have been "redpilled" by the far-right.
And the tweeting of Adams' videos don't appear to be totally random, either. Over the weekend, West tweeted his support for Candace Owens, a far-right YouTuber that goes by Red Pill Black.
Times Herald News has reached out to a representative for West for comment.
Times Herald News has also reached out to Adams via email addresses listed on his blog.