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Stephen Miller, the brain trust puppeteer behind Trump who pretty much plagiarizes 1930s Fascist speeches before he hands them off to Trump, called Trump’s next term immigration policy including massive camps a “blitz”. The right has increasingly lost its usually great ability to come up with names and labels for their movement that masks its true purpose.

When I heard that clearly Fascist rhetoric, I was wondering if Stephen Miller was invloved. This Jewish neo-Nazi would almost be ironic, if it weren't so shocking.

I don’t think we need to wait for the pending cases to be decided to commend Trump on his full graduation to psychopath. It’s been quite a journey and well earned.

I believe his niece, Mary Trump, already is on record saying that he is a psychopath, and she is a psychologist.
 

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TDS: Cheeto-Faced ShitGibbon brags, "I have a disease named after me!"



I have to hand it to the right for the lightning speed at which they completely flipped the meaning of that term. Not quite as audacious as white people being the new black people, but still impressive.
 

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Such a huge failure of our legal system that almost three years after someone incited an insurrection, stole top secret documents and obstructed their return the offender is walking around freely, spewing lies and endangering the lives of judges, their clerks and prosecutors, as well as their families. Any other offender would be awaiting trial in jail but the judges are reluctant to do more than slap Trump's wrist despite the obvious threat that he represents.
 

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TLDR: The Trump/Hitler comparisons should no longer be taboo, and are becoming more appropriate with each passing social post or cult rally.

Seems to me no matter how cliche it is to compare to people to Hitler, Trump is getting to the point where the only thing he hasn’t done is murder, but he’s really starting to sound as if he’s going there. Can we stop playing this game of “no, he didn’t say he wanted to be an authoritarian and set up interment camps.” Uh, no, not verbatim, but in what sane world is that not what he meant?

Nobody else gets this deference in the real world. If some psycho at work started coming up to you every day saying “You have a nice house, if we were married I would make sure that house was in top working order!”, you would probably get uncomfortable. And if you complained, would you accept your boss saying “Well, he didn’t say he wanted to marry you or move in, he’s just saying he’s a great repairman!”

As if there aren’t other ways of saying that without sounding creepy?

Politics works in this whole other realm where everything is a game of semantics and you have to let people know you’re a racist and will champion the cause of a white Christian nation without explicitly saying it, and the GOP has gone so far off the rails the last 15 years that their lead candidate for president sounds like Adolf Hitler. He really does. And if you compiled a book of all of his original tweets and social posts, you’d have his own version Mein Kampf. One that could possibly used to teach inbred and low-IQ future Nazis the same general teachings of Nazi Germany in a more plain and simpleton fashion,
 

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Politics works in this whole other realm where everything is a game of semantics and you have to let people know you’re a racist and will champion the cause of a white Christian nation without explicitly saying it, and the GOP has gone so far off the rails the last 15 years that their lead candidate for president sounds like Adolf Hitler.

Are those jackboots I hear clicking in the distance?

I'll never get why so many people are oblivious to what's been happening and what trump is fomenting. Did they never take history classes in high school or read books? Really, I do get it - it's what they're looking for. And it's pretty scary.
 

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Are those jackboots I hear clicking in the distance?

I'll never get why so many people are oblivious to what's been happening and what trump is fomenting. Did they never take history classes in high school or read books? Really, I do get it - it's what they're looking for. And it's pretty scary.
Very few people were alive during Hitler's reign of terror, and not many have personally suffered under other authoritarian regimes. Even for the ones who paid some attention to history, it's just abstract, or they think the warning signals about Trump are overblown. Then there are the millions who truly like what they hear from him or just conclude that one side is as bad as the other and will sit out the general election or vote for a third-party candidate.

I'd like to believe Biden will win because Trump is so manifestly unfit, but we shouldn't be counting on it. Biden has accomplished a lot, but his liabilities (especially age) and public misperceptions about domestic and foreign affairs may not be enough to sway undecided voters. Assuming he won't step aside, Democrats will have to make their messaging as explicit as possible, focusing on issues like abortion rights that have the attention of a majority of the electorate.
 

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If Trump wins it would be a disaster. But if he loses or is prevented from being on the ballot, he will continue to foment unrest by claiming a rigged election or rigged system of justice so the threat that he represents would continue. There's danger either way. The guy needs to be more strongly gagged on the basis of his endangerment of judges, their clerks and prosecutors and his attempts to influence witnesses.

If he continues what he's doing, which is likely as he can't seem to refrain, he should then be put in jail awaiting trial. Yes, his deplorables will try something but hopefully they learned a lesson from the number of Jan. 6 insurrectionists that are in jail and after a while the dimwits will find something better to do.
 

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How much longer is the court system going to allow this lifelong criminal to snub his nose at it?

Besides of course blaming the orange menace himself, I blame the GOP for its hypocrisy and inaction. Anyone facing criminal charges could declare they are running for office and imply that the indictments are politically motivated but it normally wouldn't not carry much weight with the courts. The difference in Trump's case is that he is actually the leading GOP candidate which gives him something of a shield as judges appear reluctant to impose upon him sanctions that long ago would have been put on any other person out on bail. The fact that the GOP still supports this criminal, and leading members of the party say they will vote for him even if he is convected, shows just how far the party of law and order (and family values, strict constitutionalism etc.) has fallen.
 

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that is not what he said, and quite frankly it is not really possible to understand what he said (anything, really) because he has an abusive relationship with those word things, most likely because of his frustrated relationship with rational concepts and decades-long improperly diagnosed chronic dementia
 

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that is not what he said, and quite frankly it is not really possible to understand what he said (anything, really) because he has an abusive relationship with those word things, most likely because of his frustrated relationship with rational concepts and decades-long improperly diagnosed chronic dementia
of course we need Chat GBT's full resources to get trump translated.
 

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that is not what he said, and quite frankly it is not really possible to understand what he said (anything, really) because he has an abusive relationship with those word things, most likely because of his frustrated relationship with rational concepts and decades-long improperly diagnosed chronic dementia

He's always given softball questions - especially by Hannity - and always flubs. That's because the real gist of what he's saying is "No, I'm not going to deny that".

The answer is always the same on things that are mind-numbingly easy to answer. "Do you like white supremacists and racists? Do you love Vladimir Putin more than the USA? Will you weaponize the government?"

Some form of "Hell no" is the only acceptable answer. He gives many different forms of an answer, all of which are the opposite of what Hannity and others are aiming for.

Throw him a curve ball and ask him "Would you bring back slavery? Was slavery a good thing for the country? Will you set up a sex dungeon in the white house where Stephen Miller will dress like a gimp and torture your enemies?"

I don't know what his answers would be, but I know they wouldn't be denials.

It's also a case of weak journalists. Hannity just laughs with the crowd at that. Not "Yeah, that's all funny, but I want to be clear and ask a serious question - will you weaponize the government against your enemies?" Make him clarify in no uncertain terms what he means.
 
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