Why the European left fears Trump.
A protester waved a, “Everyone welcome” sign outside Blenheim Palace as President Trump arrived to attend a reception with Prime Minister May.
She didn’t mean Trump. Everyone but Trump was welcome in the United Kingdom.
If you need reasons to join the various anti-Trump actions in Britain, including on Friday 13th July , you don’t have to look hard to find them, writes Sarah Peterson. In Donald Trump we have a man who plays divide and rule for breakfast. Whether it is encouraging racism and xenophobia, violating migrants’ human and civil rights, or saying that there were “fine people on both sides of the protests in Charlottesville” that resulted in the murder of Heather Heyer by a white supremacist; we can guarantee that Donald Trump will do his best to encourage the most reactionary and barbaric behaviour on the part of his supporters.
The far-left planned protests before he was even selected – they’re ready to go.
Trump is Hitler – Vol. MCMLXXXIV
In one instance, an application that Mr. Frank said he submitted in 1938 languished in an American consulate in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, amid a swell of similar applications and was lost in a bombing raid in 1940. Mr. Frank wrote to a friend that the extensive papers he had gathered as part of a visa application “have been destroyed there.”
In 1941, as Mr. Frank was again attempting to navigate the matrix of paperwork and sponsors necessary to immigrate, the United States government imposed a stricter review of applications for visas, grew suspicious of possible spies and saboteurs among Jewish refugees, and banned applicants with relatives in German-occupied countries.
The new research comes at a time when President Trump’s attempts to curb immigration have been likened to those in the World War II era. Mr. Trump has repeatedly sought to justify letting fewer people into the country by arguing that criminals and terrorists could be among the immigrants and refugees seeking to enter.
Mr. Breitman underscored those similarities, pointing to debates over immigration policy today and after Sept. 11. Mr. Breitman said that as Mr. Frank was trying to get to the United States, the country was instituting an “extreme cutback” on immigration.
Pruitt thanked Trump for allowing him to serve at EPA, but says “the unrelenting attacks on me personally, my family, are unprecedented and taken a sizeable toll on all of us,” according to a copy of the letter obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation.
We all know about projection and the human inclination to perceive one’s own frailties, flaws and follies in others. These days the concept is readily observed. Look at those on the Left so loudly denouncing as ‘fascists’ all and sundry who disagree and you will find the genuine lovers of jackboots
Wikipedia is not always the most reliable of sources, but its definition of fascism is a reasonable starting point for discussion. A fascist is a follower of a political philosophy characterized by authoritarian views, desire for a strong central government, and no tolerance for opposing opinions. All forms of socialism, including Germany’s national socialism, are inherently fascist. They embody the two key identifying factors of fascism; strong central government and no tolerance for opposing views.
So what about the US president the media consistently denounce as a fascist, an idiot, and “literally Hitler”?
Many of the protesters compared the situation at the border to fascist regimes and the Holocaust.
The Nazi analogy has long been recognized as the crudest and dumbest form of argument, but it’s enjoying a renaissance.
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden notoriously and unapologetically tweeted a photo of Auschwitz-Birkenau as a response to family separations at the border. Upon a report that parents at the border were being told that their children were being taken to get bathed and disappearing, Chris Hayes of MSNBC tweeted, “What does this remind you of?” Soledad O’Brien chimed in, “Welp, I guess we’ve put to rest the question: ‘Nazi Germany: Could it happen here in America?’ ”
As could be expected after the stunning announcement that Justice Anthony Kennedy would be retiring from the Supreme Court, the left absolutely exploded with rage.
Every week there’s another reason for these exceedingly unhappy lumps of flesh to lose what’s left of their minds.
Wednesday’s sudden news of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement from the US Supreme Court provoked near-instantaneous responses of fear and anger from Democrat officeholders, left-wing commentators, and pro-abortion activists.
23 Tweets From the Left on Kennedy’s Retirement
Sources in Minnesota/North Dakota tell Big League Politics that buses of people have left Minnesota to infiltrate the rally. Their plan is already in motion. They got there early to fill up the arena first. The plan is to fill the arena up and then once the doors close and no one else can go in, that they will do a mass walkout when President Donald Trump takes the stage.
A new montage, which can be viewed at Grabien News, shows the mainstream media repeatedly featuring media personalities castigating Trump voters, not just President Trump, as racist Nazi enablers.
It is unclear what the president meant by the implicit threat.
Mr. Huckabee told conservative radio host Laura Ingraham on Monday that Stephanie Wilkinson, owner of the Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia, kicked Mrs. Sanders and her family out of the restaurant and then proceeded to yell at them when they tried to go to a different restaurant across the street.
It’s worth reading this carefully and seeing who the Red Hen owner was protesting.