The Conservative Political Action Conference said in a report on musician Young Pharaoh’s appearance at his annual conference that he called Judaism a “complete lie” and said it was “made for political gain”, it appeared on Monday. .
The Buffalo, New York-based artist, who has also propagated QAnon conspiracy theories and claimed that COVID-19 vaccines “will change your DNA,” previously called Jewish people “believing fake Jews” Media Matters reported.
He also claimed that “all censorship” and “pedophilia on social media is being done by Israeli Jews” and Big Tech companies wrote, Media and social media platforms are controlled by the Chinese Communist Party and Israel “via Jewish CEO From “[s]. ”
The Young Pharaoh was slated to speak during Sunday’s session, which was said to “please check the number and dial again: Dout, dysfunction, and the price of missed opportunities”, but after his tweets came to light Was removed from the schedule.
He said, “We have just learned that anyone we have invited to CPAC has condemned views that have no home with our conference or our organization. Individuals will not attend our conference.” CPAC 2021 tweeted Thursday afternoon
The young Pharaoh, who also calls himself a “scholar” and “philosopher”, took to Twitter to make a decision and offered to pay $ 50,000 for a chance to debate the matter over the “top #Rabish” .
“It’s #CENSORSHIP in ITS BEST!” All members said, “I don’t believe in the legitimacy of #Judasim and AM, who are paying $ 50,000 to select my top #Jai Ram”, now @CPAC_TV #RACIST, #DICTATORSHIP, # # # Are appended to. The commentator wrote on Twitter.
“$ 50,000 for the top # judge #RABBI who can get the validity of #JudiceM. I find my own / leave and want to send you to the world before me .. to my membership http://ATENUNIVERSITY.COM Get & ## ENIUS TODAY. ”
The CPAC is scheduled for 25–28 February in Orlando and presents itself as “the largest and most influential gathering of conservatives in the world”. The theme for this year is “America Unconsolidated” and employed speakers include former President Donald Trump, Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis and other prominent Republican voices.