With recent polling showing Donald Trump ahead of President Biden in multiple battleground states, the Trump-hating media is up to its old games of demonizing the former president.
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade took note of the biased media seizing on a single word Trump used during a Veterans Day speech in New Hampshire to compare him to Adolf Hitler.
“Guess what they’ve already done? They’ve called Trump Hitler 13 times over the weekend! Hillary Clinton kicked it off on The View. So how much? After a while, people stop hearing it, they become numb to it. They’re trying to rip Trump down because they believe he’s going to be the nominee,” Kilmeade said.
Trump said in his speech: “We will root out the communists, Marxists, fascists, and the radical-left thugs that live like vermin within the confines of our country. The real threat is not from the radical right. The real threat is from the radical left and it’s growing every day, every single day. The threat from outside forces is far less sinister, dangerous and grave than the threat from within. Our threat is from within.”
‘They’ve called Trump HITLER 13 times over the weekend!’ pic.twitter.com/45aze5nZoD
— BPR based (@DumpstrFireNews) November 15, 2023
“Vermin” is the offending word that Hitler supposedly used at some point and practically every major news source in America, from the New York Times to the Washington Post to Reuters took note — this is how elections are won by the likes of feeble career politicians like Joe Biden.
“Now that one comment by Trump over the weekend sent the media into complete meltdown,” Fox News host Laura Ingraham said on her show, setting up a montage of the usual MSNBC suspects anti-Trump propaganda:
MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan: “This isn’t the first time Trump has been caught echoing the rhetoric of Nazis and white supremacists.”
MSNBC host Nicoile Wallace: “An ignorant person, when warned that Hitler used to say that, would stop. Trump is turning up the volume.”
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough: “And now we’re going we’re just going full on Hitler, talking about talking about vermin.”
“Now, according to Grabien media, CNN and MSNBC have likened Trump to Hitler only 12 times so far today,” Ingraham added. “Oddly, they haven’t labeled the anti-Semitic loons on college campuses with that same pejorative.”
She then introduced her guest for the segment, Tulsi Gabbard, the former Democratic congresswoman from Hawaii and Fox News contributor.
“There are actually signs, pro-Hamas signs, anti-Semitic signage and chants at these college campuses and cities and nothing. Oh, yeah, that’s fine. But Trump, he’s Hitler now,” Ingraham said.
While the clip was not included in the montage, ABC News anchor Jonathan Karl captured the sheer hair-on-fire hysteria from the media while appearing on Wallace’s show.
“Trump has this infatuation with strong leaders. He thinks that’s good, they must be brilliant and smart,” Karl claimed. “I am not saying that Donald Trump is a Nazi. But there is this infatuation that he has, and he echoes his language. That’s when you were talking about rooting out the vermin, even the phrase ‘The enemy of the people,’ which he used to describe the press, is something that is drawn from Nazi Germany.”
And Trump is not even the Republican nominee yet.
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