Attribution to Bundesarchiv, Bild
Some days it is better to have quotes tell a story and get the message across. The first quote is from the insae maniac who brought Germany to the ground.
“Should I not also have the right to eliminate millions of an inferior race that multiplies like vermin? “The rats that poison our body-politic gnaw from the hearts and memories of the broad masses even that little which distress and misery have left.”
The next quote is from Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Art Spiegelman.
“I decided to draw the Jews as mice and the Nazis as cats because I wanted to show how the Nazis used propaganda to portray the Jews as vermin. They wanted to make people believe that the Jews were not human, but animals that had to be killed.”
The next quote is from Donald Trump during a speech he made in New Hampshire, last weekend.
“We will root out the communists, Marxists, fascists and the radical left thugs that live like vermin within the confines of our country. The real threat is not from the radical right. The real threat is from the radical left, and it’s growing every day.”
The final quote is from Biden campaign spokesman, Ammar Moussa.
“Donald Trump parroted the autocratic language of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, two dictators many US veterans gave their lives fighting, in order to defeat exactly the kind of un-American ideas Trump now champions.”
That pretty well sums it up, don’t you think?