Saturday, January 21, 2017

MSNBC's Matthews decries "Hitlerian background" of Trump's speech

President Donald Trump--oh, how I love typing that--said in his inaugural address "And, yes, together we will make America great again."

And that he wants to put "America first."

Trump did not advocate invading Poland. But MNSNBC's Chris Matthews said of Trump's first speech as president that it had a "Hitlerian background."

No, it did not.

1 comment:

OldSouth said...

There are few other differences: Hitler wrote a book while in prison following a failed coup, in which he openly discussed his hatreds of other-than-his-favored race. Trump authored (with a assistant writer, to be certain) a number of books, and there seems to be no mention of anything of this nature. He was writing about approaches to business success, was he not?

Hitler did not seem to be a success at much of anything until he discovered his oratorical gifts and his talent for enflaming passions from a podium. Trump, on the other hand, had gotten quite a bit done before turning his attentions to running for office.

Adolf ascended to power without a direct vote, if memory serves, and never faced the voters again. The Donald actually ran for the office, and to the shock of those on The Left-won! This they cannot abide, as Donald did not seek their permission beforehand.

The 'racist' card and 'Hitler' card are played when The Left's argument is lost.