Hillary Campaign Spokesman Compares Antifa to D-Day Troops

Brian Fallon once again showed us why Hillary Clinton, the most evil person ever nominated to the White House by a major party, lost the 2016 election.  His asinine comparison of Antifa Nazis and fascists to the heroic soldiers who landed on Omaha and Normandy beaches on D-Day is about as crazy as, well, Maxine Waters.

For one thing, our brave soldiers did not hide their faces and they didn’t wait until they had the enemy outnumbered 10 to 1 before attacking.

For another, as their fellow soldiers were being slaughtered on the beach, they did not run like the Antifa thugs do when they find out that someone is willing to stand up to their fascist attacks.  Our soldiers fought for freedom of speech, whereas Antifa fights against free speech.


“Also confronted the Nazis without a permit,” Fallon tweeted out along with a picture of the soldiers. Allied soldiers invaded Normandy June 6, 1944, a move that helped them win WWII. About 10,000 soldiers died the first day of the invasion.

Antifa protesters, a collection of various left-wing groups, came out over the weekend to confront white supremacists in Charlottesville Va. Many of the white supremacists came armed to the rally about a Confederate statue of Robert E Lee, while counter protesters showed up with balloons filled with ink and paint. AntiFa also sprayed chemicals at white supremacists as well.

But he is wrong.  Our soldiers did have a permit.  It is known as a Declaration of War, presented by FDR and ratified by Congress.  You have to be a total idiot to think that Antifa even vaguely resembles brave and plucky soldiers who fought for freedom, unlike Antifa who claim they fight Nazis and fascists while they use exactly the same methods Hitler and Mussolini employed.

Fallon, who worked as Clinton’s campaign spokesman, got his clocked cleaned on Twitter:



Well there you go.  It’s no wonder CNN is now viewed by many as the least-trusted name in network news

Exit question: Does John McCain, Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio agree with this?


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