Donald Trump told Jimmy Kimmel recently that he has ‘no comment’ when asked whether he would kill Baby Hitler. Now we’re not saying that the hotel magnate is Literally Hitler, because we know he’s dead, but he does have that White Pride, non-minority vote down pat.
Every time Trump utters a controversial remark which is seen as racist rhetoric by many Americans, he garners more support from white supremacists. The GOP front-runner’s ‘ban Muslims’ proposal went over swimmingly with racists, as did his claim that Mexicans are rapists. Trump has suggested that Mexico sends over its ‘worst,’ although, as far as we know there is no Sender of People department in either country.
Stromfront, the most notorious and popular racist site on the Internet, sees a spike in traffic after each controversial remark from Trump. The racist site has now changed servers in order to accommodate their white supremacist readers.
“White Power” was shouted from the stands at Trump’s rally in Alabama with the Republican Presidential candidate failing to address the attendee’s remark.
Yesterday, a social media experiment was initiated.
John Prager at Addicting Info reports:
So, what happens when you take a photo of a candidate who is just like Hitler, slap one of Adolf’s more famous quotes on it, and present it as if The Donald himself said it? One brave soul decided to find out.
It appears that just because the word ‘Christian’ was in the quote, that garnered praise from the candidate’s supporters while they casually disregarded where that quote originated.
A Facebook user who asked Prager not to identify him, used a quote from Hitler and attributed it to the GOP front-runner, then posted it to a Facebook group called, ‘The Trump Party.’
Since posting it, the meme was shared 37 times, and has been ‘liked’ by 125 Trump supporters within hours.
In contrast to other posts in the group, that meme garnered a lot of attention. That’s rather telling of Trump’s supporters since their kneejerk reaction was to share the meme instead of using Google to determine where, how or why Trump used those words.
Julie Kuty wrote, “That’s why we love you Mr Trump.”
Finally after Trump supporters heaped praise on the candidate for the quote, about nine hours later, Robert Estrada wrote, “Donald Trump didn’t say these words. Adolph Hitler said them. Some fucking liberal asswipe put a Hitler quote on a pic of Trump to try to make Trump supporters look like idiots.”
Sorry Mr. Estrada, but Trump supporters already look like idiots.
The correct source of that quote is Adolf Hitler.
It comes as no surprise that over 10,000 Jews have signed a “registry” to say‘Never Again’ to Donald Trump. Repeating history is something they obviously want to avoid.
There’s been an uptick in violence directed toward American-Muslims and some of the perpetrators have been found out to be supporters of the Republican presidential candidate.
African-American protesters have been beaten at rallies for Trump. Others have been, too. If you do not favor the billionaire bully’s candidacy and you show up to voice a dissenting opinion, then his supporters and guards wills swarm in every time.
That is Trump’s America. The Republican candidate and his supporters just killed Godwin’s Law.
Image: Wikimedia Commons.