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The many faces of MSM Donald Trump. Always a goofy look.
You should be stunned by an odd piece of anti-Trump/anti-Republican vitriol that appeared here.
One paragraph pulled out the Hitler meme, which was an eye-roller.
“Can Trump win? It seems unlikely, especially after this weekend. Of course that is what the media said about a funny-looking spewer of hate with an odd mustache who was dismissed as an awful public speaker and not a serious candidate in Germany in the 1930s. In the Reichstag elections of November 1932, held months before Hitler become Chancellor of Germany, there were 37 different political parties competing in a melee that bears some resemblance to today’s Republican primary. Given a long time to spread racist drivel to a public nervous about preserving their national identity from ‘non-Germans,’ Adolf Hitler won.”
How this sort of drivel appears in the bastion of journalistic integrity, Pointer.org, shows that there is no integrity, anywhere. And anyone who knows any history knows that these random assertions are not even close to accurate including the “odd moustache” quip which described a fashionable moustache of the era. Actor, Charlie Chaplin wore it.
“Awful public speaker” really makes you wonder.
But the breakdown and nonsense of the piece adds that necessary guilt by association message with the comment that in the 1930’s “37 different political parties competing in a melee that bears some resemblance to today’s Republican primary.” This is a further effort to associate (smear) Republicans with Hitler. 37 political parties bears zero resemblance to 17 random candidates of one party.
I have never seen such freakish behavior by the media ever. Something is up. If Trump’s goal is to bring out the worst behavior in the analysts, pundits, and supposed objective reporters, he’s doing a great job.
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