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Trump Echoes Hitler: Migrants "Poisoning the Blood of Our Country" - A page right out of Hitler's Nazi propaganda playbook

Mod: Donald pays homage to the man he wishes to be. 

Trump Echoes Hitler: Migrants "Poisoning the Blood of Our Country" - A page right out of Hitler's Nazi propaganda playbook (Meidas Touch link): During an interview at Mar-a-Lago for National Pulse, Trump made comments about migrants entering the United States that echoed Hitler's Nazi propaganda against immigrants, Jewish people, and interracial families used to affirm his nationalistic, racial purity beliefs:

"Nobody has any idea where these people are coming from, and we know they come from prisons. We know they come from mental institutions and insane asylums. We know they're terrorists. Nobody has ever seen anything like we're witnessing right now. It is a very sad thing for our country. It's poisoning the blood of our country. It's so bad, and people coming in with disease. People are coming in with every possible thing that you could have."
"Poisoning the blood of our country" is a phrase you don't hear often from Republicans who have all but officially adopted great replacement rhetoric. Referring to migrants as poisoning the blood of a nation can be found in Hitler's autobiographical manifesto Mein Kampf.
In Chapter 11 titled, "Nations and Race," Hitler wrote the following: "All great cultures of the past perished only because the originally creative race died out from blood poisoning."

Hitler painted Jews and migrants to Germany as poisons to the Aryan race and the German country. Trump just echoed his words.

Where did Trump pick up language referring to migrants as poison to the blood of the nation? Trump admitted to owning a copy of Hitler's Mein Kampf that he kept in a cabinet by his bed according to Ivana Trump.
Trump: 'We Have The Worst Education Almost In The Large World' 'The world that people know about," Mr. Big Brain said (Crooks & Liars link): Trump is having a slapfight with words again. This bit of weirdness reminds me of Trump saying in 2018 after Hurricane Florence hit, "This is a tough hurricane. One of the wettest we've ever seen from the standpoint of water."
On Friday, Trump spoke of our education system in this country, and while demeaning it, he sounded like a buffoon that needs an education.

"So, we have the worst education almost in the large world, the world that people know about," he said out loud.

The problem (well, one of them) is that narcissists never learn because they already think they know e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g. That's why Trump repeats the same mistakes. Over and over. And then there's the time when he said, "Does anybody die from the flu? I didn't know people died from the flu," even though his grandfather died from the flu in 1918.

Hey, MAGA, you can shut your stupid mouths now about Biden's mental acuity. We see you.

Mod: More at both links.

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