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Video || Trump Compared to Hitler Again, this Time on CNN

It’s not just that CNN commentator Samantha Vinograd compared President Trump to Hitler. The problem is also that she was set up to do so by CNN anchor Ana Cabrera, who said Trump’s speech at CPAC over the weekend recalled “historically darker times:

Vinograd responded: “Preserving your heritage, reclaiming our heritage — that sounds a lot like a certain leader that killed members of my family and about 6 million other Jews in the 1940s.”

Cabrera should be fired for setting this up and then not calling it out, and Vinograd should be banned. But none of this will happen, because this is pretty much what the people at CNN and most of the rest of the media believe: that calling for a return to traditional values of any kind is Naziism, and that the president’s base is white nationalist.

7 thoughts on “Video || Trump Compared to Hitler Again, this Time on CNN”

  1. What drives these people? Is it really winning the next election? Do they believe their own excesses? Are they all career-driven Smolletts?

  2. We are into the 2nd century (20th & 21st) of erasing Caucasian history & heritage which includes the disallowance of ‘White History Month’.

  3. CNN commentator Samantha Vinograd illustrates Godwin’s Law with her idiotic comment.

    Godwin’s Law: in the course of an argument or disagreement, the person who calls the other party “Hitler” has automatically lost the argument.

  4. Until Ilhan Omar is publicly kicked off the House Foreign Relations Committee, with her open anti-Semitism being the stated grounds for her removal, I don’t want to hear another goddamn word about Trump being Hitler.

    Plank in your own eyes, donkey-holes. Deal. With. It.

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