Newsweek gets woman who once drove near Ann Frank Museum to denounce Trump as New Hitler

Newsweek Gets Anne Frank’s Step-sister to Describe Trump as a New Hitler

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Who bothers with Newsweek these days?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      When the value of your entire publication sells for less than the cover price of a single one of your magazines…

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    We must all work toward finding a cure for “the Hitler”, because in the future we will all be infected, for 15-minutes.

  • ontario john

    I thought Harper was Hitler?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Only one Hitler at a time!
      Harper was yesterday’s Hitler.

      • Alain

        You guys seem to be having trouble keeping count of all these Hitler clones. At least I know I do.

  • They tried to paint Ronald Reagan as “Hitler” especially when he was Governor of California (remember that CSNY song? — Ronald RayGun “zap”). But as it turned out Reagan became known as the “Great Communicator”, not a dictator — he busted dictators. I think we’ll see the same phenomenon with Donald Trump — I don’t think he has any dictatorial aspirations. I think Trump will become known as the “Great Negotiator” and I think it is his gift for that which is the key to understanding what motivates him.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I remember the hard left trying to distract Christians from voting for him in 1980 & 1984 because they said Reagan was the antichrist because of the number of letters in his first, middle, and last names was 6-6-6 (Ronald – Wilson – Reagan).
      It didn’t work.
      I think it’s pretty safe to say that he was not really the antichrist.

      • Funny thing is I wasn’t particularly impressed with Reagan in the 80’s — I liked his anti-Communist foreign policy but that was about it. And I did in fact like CSN&Y (not for their politics but for their music). My appreciation for Reagan has grown as I’ve aged and realized the incredible impact he made on the world in terms of freedom.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          I too remember being disappointed with many things his did and didn’t do, and I think history has been very kind to him, but being alive during his presidency was a good feeling and I was sorry to see him go and the let-down that was George H. W. Bush almost from the very beginning of his term.
          What a disappointment he was.

  • V10_Rob

    Keeping frothing, leftards. It only hardens our resolve, and makes us care even less about Trump’s flaws.