“We solemnly swear to eliminate the communists, Marxists, fascists, and far-left criminals who live like vermin within the borders of our country — who lie, steal, cheat in elections, and are capable of doing anything, legal or illegal, to destroy our country.”
Quote from Hitler? Goebbels? Mussolini? Bosma? Wilders? No, from Donald Trump last month in a campaign speech in New Hampshire.
Calling your opponents traitors and promising to exterminate them, especially that word PestsAs historians have shown with concrete examples, this appears to have been an imitation of a speech given by Hitler or other Nazi leaders from the 1930s, notes Het Nieuwsblad. It wasn’t slipping. Even after the press pointed out the similarity, the statement remained prominent on Trump’s social media.
For many years, protesters regularly called Trump a fascist in the lively atmosphere of the demonstration. And now mainstream media commentators are also speaking out about his overtly fascist language in thoughtful analyses. Trump’s spokesman added fuel to the fire. “We will crush all the miserable progressives who say that as soon as the president returns to the White House.”
Trump’s prospects in pending lawsuits are not good. It would be a miracle if he won them allsources): Newspaper
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