For some untold reason, it is now apparently okayto belittle The Holocaust.
At least that’s the message that we have been receiving, loudly and clearly, from the liberal left and their “resistance”. Their latest antisemitic attacks come to us after democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, (who has been surprisingly quiet this week), claimed that migrant detention centers in Texas, Florida, and beyond were “concentration camps” and that residents were drinking “from the toilet”.
Of course, this was soon relegated to the hyperbolic pile of progressive publicity stunts after it was revealed that the “toilet” in these instances were actually sinksthat just happened to be housed in the same metal structure as a toilet, a la a municipal jail cell in any prison in the nation.
Still, the insinuation seems to have stuck, with more than a handful of other prominent liberals jumping on the bandwagon.
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A prominent hip hop star has now furthered the tawdry tiradeby suggesting that African Americans will be sent to these “camps” next.
Monday on MSNBC’s “Live,” radio host Charlamagne tha God encouraged African-Americans to vote because and asked the question, who is next to be concentration camps?
Host Stephanie Ruhle asked, “Take me to black voters. I realize there is not one black vote. Black voters came out in droves to support Barack Obama. Less so for Hillary Clinton. You have said Hillary Clinton and other Democrats have taken the black vote for granted. Given what the president has done over the last two years, is that enough to get black voters motivated again to go out and vote in a big way?”
Charlamagne tha God said, “If they know what I know they should. America is in danger. Like who you think is going to be impacted the most by whatever racist policies, whatever policies that oppress, whatever policies that marginalize? Like who is next to be in concentration camps in America? It’s not going to be white people. I don’t think so. If we know what’s good us, we would definitely go out there and vote.”
Not only does this unfathomable suggestion fly in the face of the facts, it also marginalizes the impact of The Holocaust and the plight of those affected by the horrors of the Third Reich.
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