Fox’s Brian Kilmeade Promotes Fake Harriet Tubman Quote That Kanye West Tweeted Out

Fox’s Brian Kilmeade Promotes Fake Harriet Tubman Quote That Kanye West Tweeted Out

After Kanye West took a whole lot of heat on Tuesday in the wake of his slavery was “a choice” comments during a TMZ Live chat, the hip-hop legend and Kardashian spouse took to Twitter to respond to the latest controversy that has resulted from his recent red pilling. In this instance, he compared himself to Harriet Tubman and Nat Turner while complaining he was being attacked for “presenting new ideas.”

And he spread a fake quote attributed to Tubman.

As Gizmodo noted in 2016, this quote went viral after it was announced Tubman would eventually replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. It is now likely to do so again due to Red Pill Kanye tossing it out into the ether. And the folks at Fox & Friends are doing their part to help West out in that task.

Hours after the curvy couch crew praised Candace Owens’ new BFF for his TMZ meltdown, the hosts went back to discussing West’s latest comments.

“Kanye took a lot of heat aligning himself with Candace Owens,” co-host Steve Doocy stated. “He took a lot of heat for loving Trump. Took a lot of heat saying slavery was a choice.”

Brian Kilmeade then noted that West fired back on Twitter, bringing up the ‘Gold Digger’ artist’s complaint about being attacked while reading off other tweets in which West tried to explain his slavery remarks.

“He also had another defining statement,” Kilmeade added. “He also quoted Harriet Tubman.”

And he proceeded to read off the tweet without noting that it was completely made up because of course. This was followed by Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt reading viewer responses in which they praised West for expressing his love for Trump.

Watch the clip above, via Fox News.

Justin Baragona

Justin Baragona

Justin Baragona is the founder/publisher of Contemptor and a contributor to The Daily Beast. He was previously the Cable News Correspondent for Mediaite and prior to starting Contemptor, he worked on the editorial staff of PoliticusUSA. During that time, he had his work quoted by USA Today and BBC News, among others. Justin began his published career as a political writer for 411Mania. He resides in St. Louis, MO with his wife and pets.