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O’Rourke Compares Trump to ‘Nazi Germany’

Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke has just managed to put himself on the front line of attacks by Trump supporters.

While making an appearance in Iowa, O’Rourke stated, “I compared the rhetoric that the President has employed to rhetoric you might’ve heard during the Third Reich.”

It Just Gets Worse

O’Rourke pretty much put his entire game plan for going after Trump out there for everyone to see.

His plan is to continually slam Trump as a racist by twisting comments the President made to suit this bogus narrative.

Let’s break this down statement by statement…

O’Rourke: “Seeking to ban all Muslims, all people of one religion, what other country on the face of the planet does that kind of thing? Or in human history? Or in the history of the western world? Because they are somehow deficient or violent or a threat to us?”

President Trump issued a travel ban at a time if heightened security and terrorist attacks.

The president’s job is to keep the people of this country safe, no matter what.

A travel ban was put in place for countries that were known to be feeding terrorist activity specifically against the United States.

At no time has Trump EVER said he wants to ban all Muslims.

The President wants to prevent radical extremists that have perverted that religion from getting into the country, not ALL Muslims.

O’Rourke: “Putting kids in cages…”

O’Rourke makes it sound as though these kids were being put in dog kennels, which we know was not the case.

Nobody is pretending that some of those holding facilities were not ideal, but these were the same holding facilities that were in place when President Obama was in office. Not once did O’Rourke question the quality of those facilities during Obama’s time in office.

Furthermore, as part of the immigration funding the administration wants and has already received partially is money to improve the holding facilities for detainees.

This is a situation that needs to be addressed and is being addressed, but the system itself was in place long before Trump ever took office.

O’Rourke: “…saying Neo-Nazis and Klansman and white supremacists are ‘very fine people?’”

A major twisting of words here. President Trump was speaking up for people on both sides of that protest that were there because of the event.

Believe it or not Mr. O’Rourke, not all southerners that want to preserve historical monuments are racists. They are the individuals Trump was referring too, not the slime balls decked out in Nazi gear screaming hate language.

O’Rourke: “Now, I might expect someone to describe another human being as an infestation in the Third Reich. I would not expect that in the United States of America.”

O’Rourke is referring to Trump’s comments about the MS-13 gang members that sneak into this country through lax border points.

It is fairly safe to say most Americans, except for bleeding heart liberals like O’Rourke, would consider these individuals animals.

Human life means nothing to them, as they kill for sport or to prove they belong to the gang. They are an infestation whether he wants to admit or not.

If he is so fond of them, invite them into your home with your wife and children Mr. O’Rourke and let’s see what you call them then.

O’Rourke is purposely getting groups like ANTIFA amped up for the presidential season.

He wants Trump supporters to come out in numbers to face off against these thugs in public to prove him right.

This is the same nonsense we heard from Hillary during the election and most Democrats after Trump won.

This is not unifying speech, but speech that will incite mob violence.

Congratulations Mr. O’Rourke… you are officially the biggest asshole in the country right now.

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