Look, we’re kind of getting tired of putting quotation marks around “racist” to describe President Trump’s tweets telling “The Squad” to go back to where they came from, simply because, according to Grabien Media, CNN alone had used the word “racist” 636 times between Sunday morning and Tuesday, not counting chyrons. CNN even convened a panel of women who didn’t see the tweets as racist and tried to convince them how wrong they were.
So yes, all the media has talked about all week is Trump’s tweets, and now Rep. Steve Cohen is taking a page from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ Holocaust playbook and saying that Trump isn’t Hilter, but he’s not exactly not Hitler either.
I don’t take comparisons to Hitler’s regime lightly, but I see the tactics being utilized by this Administration. Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it. We need to remind Americans where this racism & xenophobia could lead our country. #NeverAgain #NeverForget pic.twitter.com/4lEMj7TMRq
— Steve Cohen (@RepCohen) July 18, 2019
It looks the appeals by the Auschwitz Memorial Museum, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and other Jewish groups to stop appropriating Holocaust imagery and “Never Again” didn’t get through to any of the Democrats.
Liberal philosophy states clearly, “Anyone we don’t like is Hitler”
— Davey Jones (@titusxpullo) July 18, 2019
Out there much?
— Nate Brown (@nbro21) July 18, 2019
Obviously you do take comparisons lightly. Just stop.
— Tw!tter Rando (@_Anmarie_) July 18, 2019
Time to pull out the Hitler card.
— RGallegos (@gallegosr) July 18, 2019
And yet you either can’t recognize actual anti-semitism by members of your own party and Congress, or you just don’t really care about racism.
— theSearcher (@WaddellRube) July 18, 2019
I don't take comparisons lightly, BUT HITLER IS LITERALLY IN THE ROOM WITH US DOING A HOLOCAUST!
— Somalis4Trump (Journalism Worshipper) (@account_respect) July 18, 2019
You might be more convincing if you were holding a bucket of KFC.
— Citizens4Change (@ChangeNow86) July 18, 2019
Hmmm, and republicans need to tone down the rhetoric? What’s worse than this👆🏽? #IStandWithTrump
— NorCalGal🇺🇸🗽🔔⚖️ (@Sob916) July 18, 2019
So Trump told some freshmen members of Congress to leave if they think America is so horrible — that’s comparable to the Holocaust?
'Weeeeeeeeeee!' Lying liar AOC accidentally confirms she was referring to the Holocaust with her 'concentration camps' remarks [screenshots] https://t.co/DMqs1ox7v3
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 19, 2019