Human rights attorney and founder of EndJewHatred Brooke Goldstein, slammed Pearl Davis for her song “Why can’t we talk about the Jews?” while they were both hosted on Piers Morgan Uncensored onThursday.
The song was originally posted to Pearl’s Twitter account, but the tweet has since been deleted. The song featured the influencer strumming a guitar as she sang lyrics such as, “Now I’m not saying Hitler was a good guy, but I kinda wanna know why.”
Davis went on to sing, “Now there’s all these conspiracy theories, and the more they talk I think, ‘maybe they’re right.”
Influencer Hannah Pearl Davis drops her new track ‘Why can’t we talk about the Jews?’ which she dedicates to her favorite white supremacist. Davis has nearly 2 million YouTube subscribers. This is where we’re at now. pic.twitter.com/NryNI9gEnF— Jaime Kirzner-Roberts (@jaimekr) July 21, 2023
Davis is known as an “anti-feminist” influencer and has been dubbed “the female Andrew Tate.”
While Davis was on the show she defended the song saying that it was tongue-in-cheek and not serious. She continued saying that it was really about cancel culture and that the inspiration was really Kanye West.
When Morgan pressed her on which conspiracy theories she was talking about in the song, she responded by saying "I don't know because I can't hear them." The statement flies in the face of her own lyrics which affirm that she has heard them and she is inclined to believe them.
Continuing to press her, Morgan asked her about which conspiracy theories regarding Hitler and the Holocaust she wanted to discuss. She said that she didn't want to discuss the Holocaust because her focus was on feminism.
Goldstein responded to Davis by saying that hate is taught and that the fact that Davis is on Morgan's show right now is evidence that she is not being canceled for her speech. Goldstein also said that she didn't know if Davis was "plain stupid" or if she is intelligent and just creating sensationalism to make herself a lot of money.
"We're facing a crisis of societal conscious," Goldstein told Morgan. "The irony is [Davis] is complaining about being canceled, yet she's on your platform [and] she has millions of viewers on the internet and social media... The crisis is that this is what is profitable now. This type of racial incitement is profitable on the internet."
Goldstein went on to relentlessly tear into Davis, referring to her as a "car crash" that one can't look away from. She also declared that Pearl would "disappear like many others before her," in an apparent reference to the oft-cited historic trend of opponents of the Jewish people disappearing into the pages of history.
Then, when Goldstein referred to previous statements made by Davis where the 'anti-feminist' influencer expressed her belief that women shouldn't vote and shouldn't have the right to divorce, Davis started emphatically repeating the term "based."
The term "based," according to Urban Dictionary, is a "word used when you agree with something."
Morgan added that he supports free speech but also that that has limits for example "You can't go around telling Jewish people the Holocaust didn't happen, like Nick Fuentes."
Pearl Davis on Triggernometry podcast
In April, Davis went on the Triggernometry podcast and YouTube show hosted by Francis Foster and Konstantin Kisin where the two grilled Davis about her hosting Nick Fuentes, an openly racist holocaust denier.
On the show, Davis defended not pushing back on Fuentes’s telling a woman of Italian descent that she shouldn’t date black people. While the hosts described the statement as “racist,” Davis suggested the statement may have been due to cultural differences rather than racial ones.
The hosts of Triggernometry additionally grilled Davis for not objecting to Fuentes’s suggestion that the Holocaust was exaggerated for the purpose of controlling people.