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Biden White House Gets Media To Spread Nazi-Style Propaganda That Trump Is Hitler

Joe Biden’s campaign and White House openly collude with the media to call Trump Hitler. It’s propaganda straight from Nazi Germany.


Democrats and their friends in the news media have temporarily moved on from the tiresome “Donald Trump is a threat to democracy!” storyline to the all-too-original “Trump is Hitler!”

Making this effort particularly unique, they’re so open about the coordination. The media are usually at least partially discreet about deceiving, lying, and manipulating, but for reasons unclear they’re all perfectly fine with this episode being a transparent conspiracy between the White House and the Washington press.

The big reveal came Tuesday in a Politico article headlined, “Why Biden’s campaign keeps linking Trump to Hitler.” The story stated in earnest that Biden’s campaign “has entered a surreal routine” of “calling [Donald Trump] out” for deploying rhetoric “that historians say reeks of fascism.”

By “historians,” Politico naturally means “White House-approved ‘experts’ who will dutifully repeat that Trump is Hitler.” Sure enough, the story went on to assert “historians say that Trump’s recent comments about immigrants — as well as those likening his political foes to ‘vermin’ — have echoed Hitler’s words.”

For the extra mentally impaired (90 percent of Politico readers), the article explicitly quoted Biden’s campaign communications director claiming that Trump is “going to echo the rhetoric of Hitler and Mussolini, and we’re going to make sure that people understand just how serious that is every single time.”

Preceding that remarkably forthcoming article was a slew of articles by other large corporate news outlets saying the same thing. Over and over and over again.

Associated Press, Dec. 18: “Senate border security talks grind on as Trump invokes Nazi-era ‘blood’ rhetoric against immigrants.”

Washington Post, Dec. 18: “That language has caused alarm among some civil rights advocates and immigrant groups, who have compared it to the writings of Adolf Hitler.”

New York Times, Dec. 17: “In New Hampshire on Saturday, he told the crowd that immigrants were ‘poisoning the blood of our country,’ a comment that previously drew condemnation because of echoes to [sic] language used by white supremacists and Adolf Hitler.”

Reuters, Dec. 16: “Donald Trump, the Republican presidential frontrunner, said on Saturday that undocumented immigrants were ‘poisoning the blood of our country,’ repeating language that has previously drawn criticism as xenophobic and echoing of Nazi rhetoric.”

If you believe any of this is a coincidence or it’s a fact so obvious that Trump is like Hitler so of course they’d draw the connection, then you’re naive beyond repair. It’s not a coincidence. It’s how the Washington power structure works hand in glove with the media to underline, shore up, and enforce itself. Their interests are the same, so they say the same thing.

It’s no different from just a couple weeks ago, when the emphasis was on how it doesn’t matter how ghetto and poor this country gets, because voters should and must vote for Biden to save democracy.

“A second Trump term ‘poses a threat to the existence of America as we know it,’ says The Atlantic’s top editor”—, Dec. 5

“IF TRUMP WINS: The staff of The Atlantic on the threat a second term poses to American democracy”— The Atlantic, Dec. 4

“Why a Second Trump Presidency May Be More Radical Than His First”— The New York Times, Dec. 4

“A Trump dictatorship is increasingly inevitable. We should stop pretending”— The Washington Post, Nov. 30

The pattern is always the same. Someone like Biden’s campaign spokesman or a White House aide hosts a call with national media people to tell them all what the preferred storyline is and, within minutes, some variation of the same story comes out everywhere.

That’s called “propaganda.” Guess who was the greatest propagandist of all time? Hint: His first name is “Joe” and he was a Nazi.

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