MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow claims that she’s been “meticulously” preparing herself for a Trump presidency. How might she be doing this, you’re probably wondering. She’s studying Adolf Hitler, more specifically, she’s studying the first few months of his reign as German chancellor.
Is it just me, or has Hitler become the standard for political comparison, these days? Both conservatives and liberals are guilty of it, but it would seem that the only way to not get compared to Hitler is by being a complete and total idiot (i.e. Hillary Clinton). Why are people comparing Trump to Hitler, because of his stance on immigration.
There are thousands of other issues facing America, probably more, and people hate Trump strictly based on the fact that he doesn’t want people to break the law and come into America illegally. How does this make sense? These are the people deciding America’s future. They’re like a horde of zombies who feed off of things that offend them.
Maddow went on to point her finger at Republicans, claiming that it’s their fault for putting him in a position to be president. That’s kind of like how it’s the fault of Democrats for putting Hillary Clinton in position to be president.
“What is amazing is the Republican Party that picked him. They had 330 million people to choose from, and they’ve decided that he is the best one to be the standard-bearer of one of the two major parties of the greatest nation on Earth,” Maddow told the magazine in an interview published Tuesday.
“Like, talk to me, Republican voters! What’s the worst-case scenario for America if he wins? It can be pretty bad. You don’t have to go back far in history to get to almost apocalyptic scenarios.”
And if Hillary would have been elected president? You want to talk about apocalyptic scenarios, imagine a world where illegal immigrants have taken over America, terrorists walks through our front doors, and Americans just give up because they don’t want to offend their new “friends”. Maddow must be preparing herself for Trump’s presidency the same way she prepared herself to be a woman, by looking at the wrong examples.