Category Archives: Trump is literally Hitler!

The Hate That Hates ‘Hate’

Democrats have incited a climate of violent intolerance.

Friday night in Seattle, a man was shot during a riotous protest outside an event at the University of Washington featuring pro-Trump speaker Milo Yiannopoulos, an editor for Breitbart.com. Police say the incident is still under investigation, but a report by the Seattle Times indicates the gunman was part of the anti-Trump mob and that he claimed to have been assaulted by the man he shot, whom he believed to be a “white supremacist.” However, friends of the victim — who is reported to be hospitalized in critical condition — say the man is actually an anti-Nazi activist who voted for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democrat presidential primaries.

Are the marchin’ witches marching into the sunset?

From Nicole Gallucci at Mashable

On Saturday, the peaceful protest, which took place in Washington D.C. one day after Donald Trump became the country’s 45th President, inspired a global movement, leading to marches in 160 cities across 60 countries.

Here’s a glimpse at some badass Americans coming together to make a difference. More.

And Ashley Judd advises us,

“I am a nasty woman,” she told the crowd. “I didn’t know devils could be resurrected, but I feel Hitler in these streets,” she added.

Reality check: Will the crowds of double-x pink bad-asses make any difference? That’s the question that they may not themselves realize is the question.

Put another way, if the marchers were the sort of people who were going to make a difference now, their candidate would probably have won in November. They’d be better off investing their time studying changes in the landscape. Bluster only gets us so far, especially after the fact.

Most Americans, unlike Judd, don’t “feel Hitler in these streets.” That distinction matters because celebs tend to be influential primarily when they are voicing a perspective that much of the silent majority shares but does not voice.

Otherwise, they must start by convincing their audience, and this crowd doesn’t sound right for the job. A lot of us are on our fourth Hitler already; it gets old.

As I wrote to a friend this morning: We’ll see, but here is my take: Trump was a general contractor most of his life. Naifs don’t thrive in that business.

He knew that those marching women do not represent most women.

Politicians who want to cave to the marchers’ demands – in order to avoid a difficult conflict to explain at their exclusive country club – pretend that the marchers do represent most women. That is essentially what the Republicrats Trump mopped the floor with in the primaries were doing. Offering to sneer a bit less at the GOP base than the other side would, while essentially feeding them in pieces to the other side’s sharks.

The Republicrats were paying protection money for themselves, not for women. They have done so for decades. But many GOP women saw through the ripoff and voted for Trump. Because they knew that, if he felt like it, he would just tell the marchin’ witches to take a hike.

To me, the conundrum is why this loudmouth builder was the only guy in the system, if not the world, who understood the significance of the fact that the New York Times’ opinion does not matter in the age of the Internet. Not in the way it used to. Many of his vulgarities were probably aimed at demonstrating that fact.

Sensing they are doomed anyway, his opponents will fight back by any means available, including mass dissemination of false information (ironic that they themselves are in a conniption about “fake news”). They could, maybe, destroy him but they cannot win back their former place, for the same reasons as analog will not replace digital technology. – d.

See also: Margaret Atwood at the Nation:

In a time of crisis and panic, artists and writers can help remind us that we are more than just voters and statistics.

In Hollywood, being open-minded about Trump is worse than rape

If any celebrity is a profile in political courage these days, it sure isn’t Lena Dunham, Alec Baldwin or Lady Gaga. It’s Nicole Kidman.

Kidman, who allows that she isn’t particularly politics-minded (how refreshing), said matter-of-factly, “[Trump is] now elected and we, as a country, need to support whoever is the president,” in a BBC 2 interview posted Jan. 10. “That is what the country is based on. And however that happened, it happened, and let’s go.”

Anti-Trump Marchers ‘Mostly White’ Women Who Need ‘Therapy’ After Clinton Loss

Two shameless stupid women publicly advertise that they have or will kill their own children, probably call Trump Hitler.

The tens of thousands of women marching in the anti-Trump Women’s March on Washington demonstration in Washington, D.C., Saturday are “mostly white” and experiencing “therapy” for their anxiety over Hillary Clinton’s election loss to Donald Trump in November, the Washington Post reports.

Asshley Judd at Washington women’s march: Trump is Hitler & has ‘wet dreams’ about daughter Ivanka ‘his favourite sex symbol’

Ashley Judd Celebrity Idiot – still not getting why Trump won.

As hundreds of thousands of Americans filled the streets of the nation’s capital for the Women’s March on Washington, actress Ashley Judd read a poem that compared Donald Trump to Hitler.

Judd was reciting a poem written by a 19-year-old from Tennessee when she read the line: ‘I feel Hitler in these streets, a mustache traded for a toupee.’

The poem was a celebration of ‘nasty women’, as Trump so famously called Hillary Clinton during a debate before the presidential election.