Senior Newsweek writer compared Ted Cruz, supporters to Hitler

Cruz-VVSOn Wednesday,  Alexander Nazaryan, a senior writer for Newsweek, the liberal publication that once dubbed Barack Obama “god of all things,” issued a tweet comparing GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz and his supporters to Nazis.

He later deleted the tweet, but not before it was captured and made known by Twitchy:


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Nazaryan explained:

Too late.  Many soundly criticized him for the original message, and rightly so.

Don’t hold your breath…

That’s putting it mildly.

Nazaryan further explained:

It’s one thing to have opinions, but Hitler? Really? From a so-called “respectable” news “outlet?”

Incidents like this are why I refer to it as the “Democrat-media complex.”

Of course, we all know this is how the propagandists in the media will treat any Republican this election season.  It’s enough to make one wonder if they want violence against Republicans.


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