Talk show host Dean Obeidallah has decided to take the already obscenely insane anti-Trump rhetoric being spewed by the media and kick it up a notch.
Obeidallah likened the word “Trump” to a “modern-day swastika.”
From Allen B. West
PJ Media is reporting, In a statement that gravely minimizes the suffering that people endured under actual Nazis, talk show host Dean Obeidallah told MSNBC that, “For some, the word ‘Trump’ is becoming a modern day swastika.” He says this on the heels of a Mosque bombing in Minnesota. So, he’s also probably offending, you know, lots of others too. President Trump didn’t cause the mosque to be bombed, it was an act of hatred done by bad people. But the Nazis did cause millions of people to die, and it was Hitler’s discretion. This guy owes Holocaust survivors, and the Jewish, gay, Romani, and disabled communities (among others) an apology; and while he’s at it, he owes one to the President too.
This is truly an obscene and absurd statement and highly offensive, particularly to those who have family members who experienced the Holocaust, who suffered immensely at the hands of a true evil tyrant.
Strangely, it seems the left has a knack for offending Jewish folk, particularly in reference to the swastika.
A prime example of this comes in the form of a campaign that was designed by a clothing company with the goal in mind of redeeming the swastika as a symbol of love.
The attempt to rebrand the Nazi emblem as a symbol of “peace” was criticized on social media as the public refused to support the campaign.
Days after the design appeared, it was replaced with an “anti-swastika” print.
The swastika is an ancient symbol said to have represented good fortune in almost every culture in the world.
It was adopted by Adolf Hitler, thousands of years after it was first used, transforming it into a symbol of hate associated with the Third Reich.
In an interview with Dazed and Confused magazine published on Sunday, the company behind the campaign, KA Designs, said that they hoped to “share the beauty of this symbol detached from the hatred associated with it”.
That’s not the only connection leftists have with Nazism, as many of the core beliefs contained in liberal ideology have their roots in the movement, a fact many attempt to bury or ignore.
Much to their chagrin, history easily proves otherwise.