Leftists and Magadonians are basically the same people now.— Dr. Merica! 🇺🇸 (@Dr_Merica2) August 9, 2023
At this point, they are even worse than the Hillary campaign of 2015 / 2016Every bit as vile & dishonest, if not more so. I have voted for Trump in 2 primaries & 2 general elections. But if he gets the GOP nomination this time, it is going to be a struggle to do it a 3rd — Michael Hustus 🇺🇸 (@HustusMichael) August 9, 2023
Real American families are struggling right now. An ad like this dismisses them. No wonder why so many have come to abhor politics.— MaryMacElveen (@MaryMacElveen) August 9, 2023
Frankly, I find it hard to disagree with those who said the joke was tasteless. [firefly_poll] For one thing, it is dispiriting to see Trump adopt the tactics of the radical left when dealing with DeSantis. The left constantly casts names such as “racist” and “Nazi” on Trump and others when it can provide no rational counterargument, so this makes it look as if Trump has lost the argument. In fact, the former president himself has been put in the Hitler role in the meme, including this one following his defeat in the 2020 election: Second, comparing DeSantis to Hitler is taking things too far. The Nazi dictator was one of the most evil men in all of history and was directly responsible for the deaths of millions of innocent people. It’s true that Trump and DeSantis have had their differences in the campaign, but depicting the conservative governor of Florida as one of history’s most notorious murderers is a bit much. If anything, DeSantis is the opposite. Whereas Hitler was a totalitarian fascistic dictator, the governor fought hard to keep Floridians free from draconian COVID restrictions and has worked to protect parental rights. But regardless of whether you prefer Trump, DeSantis or another candidate, this video should make it clear that the 2024 primary campaign is going to be wild. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
You guys are doing the wrong thing.— JusticeBrandt (@justicebrandt1) August 9, 2023