Video: Dan Crenshaw shreds Dems for inciting violence with constant Trump-Nazi comparisons

Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw blasted Democrats who constantly play the Nazi card in order to discredit Republican policies and platforms.

Crenshaw, appearing on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, called Democrats out for helping to incite violence in America today by portraying their political opponents as the next coming of Hitler.

The Republican noted that the resistance party can’t claim President Trump’s words incite violence while simultaneously slandering conservatives as genocidal maniacs.

“I always tell people when they’re complaining about something Trump said and they’re like ‘look at the violence he’s inciting’ and I say ‘well, you call us all Nazis,’” Crenshaw said. “When you call someone a Nazi, you are calling somebody something that we all agreed as Americans to bomb, and kill, and destroy.”

“How is that not inciting violence by your standards?” the former United States Navy SEAL asked.

Crenshaw added that the terms most popular among the left in describing the President and his supporters are ‘white supremacist’ and ‘Nazi,’ something he explains is interchangeable.

And if you call one Republican that, you’re calling all of them the same thing.

“When you’re calling the president that – and they often call his supporters that, too – so you’re calling 60-something million people who voted for him the same thing,” he said.

What He’s Talking About

Anyone who has read these pages knows there are innumerable times that liberals have stooped to denigrating Trump and his supporters as Nazis.

CNN panelist Angela Rye claimed the President was operating “death camps” similar to what existed in Nazi Germany, while host Don Lemon directly compared him to Hitler.

A former Obama-era FBI official recently claimed Trump was ordering flags lowered to half-staff in honor of shooting victims in El Paso and Dayton was a means to honor Hitler.

Beto O’Rourke and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez unintelligently compare Republicans and the President to the Third Reich in seemingly every argument they have – ranging from immigration policy to global warming.

Crenshaw Has Blasted ‘Nazi’ Rhetoric Before

Ocasio-Cortez was one of the original leftist lunatics to claim Republicans and conservatives are Nazis, culminating with her coining of immigration detention centers as ‘concentration camps.’

Crenshaw wrecked her over the lies.

“She’s getting bolder with her lies on this,” he said in a Fox News interview. “People like AOC are operating off of a false premise and deliberately designed to misinform the American people for her own political ends. Remember, first there was no crisis at all. Then it was a manufactured crisis. Then it was a crisis completely created by Trump. Then there were concentration camps. Then people are Nazis.”

Crenshaw, in a video directed at Democrat Hank Johnson (D-GA), also implored the left to tone down their wild rhetoric.

“President Trump is a lot of things but he’s not Hitler,” he explained. “He didn’t kill millions of people. He didn’t start a world war. He doesn’t have any concentration camps.”

It can’t really be that hard for Democrats to grasp that simple truth, can it?

Cross-posted with Mental Recession


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