Former Trump Campaign Aide Uses 'Cotton-picking' on Fox News Broadcast over Whether Liberals Complained About Racism too Much
Conservative language continues to signify white supremacy and Nazi ideals, pre neo-Nazi D.C. rally.
On a Fox News broadcast, David Bossie, a former Trump aide, bashed the language CIA Director Michael Hayden used in comparing the Trump administration to Nazi regime. But then he used language that was a nod back to the days of slavery in the U.S. when talking to a Black Democratic strategist.
A costume website described the 15-year-old Holocaust victim as "a young girl" who had "nothing but a diary and hope."
The same congressman who declared war between "Christendom" and suspected Islamic terrorists used the site to further his political agenda regarding homeland security.
Spicer's repeated offensive statements "have exposed a serious gap in your knowledge of the Holocaust, its impact, and the lessons we can learn from it," the ADL told the White House spokesman.
Following White House press secretary Sean Spicer's spreading of "alternative facts" about the Holocaust, the Anti-Defamation League has offered to provide him with a little education.
The White House spokesman is under fire for his recent comment, while the alt-right accuses Jared Kushner, Trump's senior adviser, of "putting the interests of Israel" first.
As the Trump administration receives backlash from anti-Semitic alt-right supporters over Stephen Bannon's removal from the National Security Council and the political rise of President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, who is Jewish, White House spokesman Sean Spicer minimizes the crimes of Adolf Hitler.
Many are increasingly drawing similarities between the GOP frontrunner and history's most vilified genocidal hatemonger.
The New York Daily News on Sunday blared on its front page "Trump is Hitler," quoting comedian, actor and producer Louis C.K., who made the comparison in an email newsletter to fans over the weekend.