Former Democrat Presidential Candidate Compares Trump to Hitler
Former Democratic National Committee chairman and presidential candidate, Howard Dean, said on MSNBC’s “The Sunday Show” that there were “similarities” between President Donald Trump and Nazi Germany’s Adolf Hitler.
Howard Dean told MSNBC, “The truth is we’re not going to get everything we want, and Clyburn was exactly right. We need to focus on the half-full glass and go get some more. I’ve been in politics most of my life. You don’t get everything you want the first time. You get what you can get and go back and get the rest. You keep going and keep going and keep going. That’s point one.”
Dean went on to call Republicans names saying, “if you don’t want to vote and keep the democratic majority, from these Neo-fascists on the Republican side like Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, that is not on the Republicans, that’s on you.” The Democrat known for ending his own campaign by going on aloud rant, decided to compare President Trump to Hitler.
“This really parallels what happens in Germany in between the wars when Hitler took power. I don’t want to compare Trump to Hitler, although there are some similarities. But the truth is, voters have to not be apathetic. It was apathy as much as anti-Semitism that led to the Holocaust. People just turned a blind eye. Get out there and fight.
This follows a disturbing pattern by which the left compares everything and anything it disagrees with to Hitler and Nazis. Like cries of racism these labels are meant to silence opposing views.