NO CLASS: Hillary Clinton Compares Trump Supporters To Nazis (VIDEO)

Democrats are taking criticism of their opponents to a dangerous place.

Three weeks ago, Joe Biden gave his now famous ‘Red Sermon’ speech in which he demonized half of the country as a threat to democracy. Now Hillary Clinton is comparing Trump supporters to Nazis.

Where do they think this kind of rhetoric leads?

Townhall reports:

Hillary Clinton Compares Trump Supporters to Nazis

Hillary Clinton compared Trump supporters to nazis in yet another stab to former President Trump despite always forgetting to mention how she lost to him.

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Speaking at the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin, Texas, Clinton said she used to wonder how Adolf Hitler rose to power, but then realized how Trump rallies are “similar” to how nazis were courted by Hitler.

“I remember as a young student, you know, trying to figure out, how people get basically brought in by Hitler. How did that happen? I’d watch newsreels and I’d see this guy standing up there ranting and raving, and people shouting and raising their arms. I thought, ‘What’s happened to these people?” Clinton said to the crowd.

She pointed out the Trump rally in Ohio last weekend where hundreds of supporters gathered to hear the former president speak.

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“We saw the rally in Ohio the other night,” Clinton said, adding “Trump is ranting and raving for more than an hour, and you have these rows of young men with their arms raised.”

Here’s the video:

Karol Markowicz writes at the New York Post:

Democrats need to stop urging political violence

It’s not just Hillary and Biden, it’s other Democratic politicians too. Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono said fighting pro-lifers is “is literally a call to arms in our country.” Rep. Tim Ryan, running for US Senate in Ohio, said, “We have to kill and confront that [extremist] movement.” And those are just this month.

We all know if Trump had declared some Democratic voters an existential threat to the country and a death resulted, it would get wall-to-wall media coverage. But Ellingson’s killing has been barely a blip.

And few in the media are pointing out that a former major-party presidential candidate, comparing people with their arms up to some of history’s greatest monsters, is using inflamed language that could lead to more violence of the type we saw in North Dakota.

Instead of calling out the Democrats over this, the media seems to egg them on.

This will not end well if it doesn’t stop soon.


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