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Washington Post Depicts Trump Supporters as Rats in Nazi Propaganda Style Political Cartoon


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The left constantly screams that President Trump is a modern-day fascist.

These lunatics have tried to compare him to despotic WWII era dictators.

However, Democrats might want to look in the mirror to see who truly resembles that despicable ideology.

This absolutely disgusting and shocking political cartoon was released by the Washington Post:

https://twitter.com/starknightz/status/1340832843052793857

This is psychotically insane even for WaPo.

Look closely and you see the ‘Republican Rat’ depiction is almost a carbon copy of anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda.

Do they realize what this type of language leads to in society?

Even more frightening, some on the left are eating up this putrid propaganda:

https://twitter.com/NatyLiy/status/1340767896801341445

This hateful, divisive, and downright evil rhetoric is often mischaracterized as far-right.

But digging into fascism’s origins reveals a different story that’s completely inverted by the leftist mainstream media.

Check out this clip from Dinesh D’Souza for a closer look:

A centralized government.

The individual submits to the state.

For the collective good.

Sounds much like the modern left.

And now the far-left Washington Post is treading down a dangerous path with this rhetoric.

DJHJ Media had this to say in reference to the hideous display by Jeff Bezos’s newspaper:

At a time of great cultural divine in the United States when the US President is seen around the world as a unifying Pro-Jewish figure, at a time when a politician enjoys historical support from minority communities, including from Jewish Americans, and a time of festive religious holidays for Jews, Christians, Catholics, and others, it is absolutely répulsive to see a leading US Media outlet, the Washington Post, to take their emotional tirades against Trump to the current level.

“I realize this is an opinion piece, but I know you know the history. Do you really want to publish this emphasizing the dehumanization? Why not cockroaches? This making people rats has been out of control for a long time. This is a well-documented precursor to violence or even genocide,” wrote a Buddhist who supports Democrats.

According to researcher, that is true: “The Eternal Jew is a 1940 antisemitic Nazi propaganda film, presented as a documentary. The film’s initial German title was Der ewige Jude, the German term for the character of the “Wandering Jew” in medieval folklore.”

Consider WIKI page on the The Eternal Jew:

Hitler and Goebbels believed that film was a vital tool for molding public opinion. The Nazis first established a film department in 1930 and Goebbels had taken a personal interest in the use of film to promote the Nazi philosophy and agenda. Soon after the Nazi takeover, Goebbels insisted in speeches that the role of the German cinema was to serve as the “vanguard of the Nazi military”.[4]

The Goebbels film appears to have been intended as a violently antisemitic version of the British film The Wandering Jew, which argued that Jews were victims of relentless persecution throughout history. Saul Friedländer suggests that Goebbels’ intent was to counter three films: Jew SüssThe House of Rothschild, and The Wandering Jew. These three films, all released in 1933–34, showed that Jews were persecuted throughout history; the Goebbels films presented the opposite message.

Hitler expressed his frustration and anger at the mixed response from the German media and insisted that, instead of openly calling for violence against the Jews as Goebbels had in instigating the pogrom, Nazi propaganda should “elucidate events of foreign policy” in such a way that the German people themselves would call for violence against the Jews

“Nazi propaganda movie “The Eternal Jew” used the imagery of rats like The Washington Post, yet @washingtonpost wants us to think Trump is a danger. Pure evil propaganda,” wrote one reader.

“Today’s Washington Post depiction of Republicans as “rats” was reprehensible. Democrats and their allies in the media can’t win the war of ideas, so they resort to dangerous and despicable personal attacks that purposefully endanger the freedom of their political opponents,” US Reps Andy Boggs wrote on Twitter.

So they went there; full blown Nazi propaganda to strike out in anger at Trump and supporters of Trump.

The Washington Post has been in attack mode for years against Christianity, American traditions, and liberty-seeking individuals. Their propaganda has been relentless to instill hatred, fear, and panic in Americans’ minds, and they offer a solution, Joe Biden is going to solve it for them.

And from the Daily Caller:

The cartoon, drawn by The Post’s editorial cartoonist Ann Telnaes and titled “All the Republican rats,” includes well over 100 named “state attorneys general and U.S. Congress members” accused of allowing President Donald Trump to attempt to stay in office.

Ahead of the drawings of rats – each given the name of a lawmaker or a state attorney general – a description explains what the cartoon intends to depict: “All of the state attorneys general and U.S. Congress members who collaborated with President Trump in his attempt to subvert the Constitution and stay in office.”

Attorney Generals Ken Paxton of Texas, Ashley Moody of Florida and Lynn Fitch of Mississippi are among more than a dozen AGs named in the cartoon. As the cartoon continues, rats portraying Republicans such Reps. Jim Jordan of Ohio, Steve Scalise of Louisiana, Matt Gaetz of Florida , Dan Crenshaw of Texas and Elise Stefanik of New York are seen.

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The cartoon first appeared on the paper’s website on December 18. The newspaper printed the cartoon for its Sunday edition, according to an online version of the paper. On Saturday, the cartoon was the top read opinion piece on The Post’s website, according to the cartoonist.

Using rats as a means to depict one’s enemy is a longstanding tradition among cartoonists. Nazi Germany depicted the Jewish community as rats in propaganda pieces, Fox News contributor Steve Milloy noted.

I guess this means the left would consider us rats too by supporting President Trump.

 

 

 



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