French Magazine Charlie Hebdo Portrays Texas Hurricane Victims As Neo-Nazis

Just sick. The far left French magazine Charlie Hebdo published a cover displaying a political cartoon of Texas flood victims as Neo-Nazis.

Where do these radical lefties get these ideas, and where is the compassion for people who obviously suffering?

FOX News has all the details:

On its newest cover, controversial French magazine Charlie Hebdo appears to mock Texans, depicting them as neo-Nazis caught in the deluge of tropical storm Harvey.

The magazine’s cover reads “God Exists! He Drowned All the Neo-Nazis of Texas.” The words accompany an illustration showing swastika flags and arms raised in a Nazi salute — all submerged in water, the New York Postreports.

As you can probably guess, folks didn’t appreciate it.

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The weekly magazine is known to cause controversy with its cartoons, which often create a backlash against the magazine – including a terrorist attack in 2015 in which two gunmen opened fire on the publication’s staff in their Paris offices for mocking an ISIS leader.

More recently, the magazine’s cartoonists depicted British Prime Minister Theresa May as decapitated and linked the vehicular terror attack in Barcelona to Islam.

The cover showed the words, “Islam: religion of peace … eternal,” with a cartoon showing mowed down people on the street.

So much for compassion from the left.

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