This is a textbook study in normalizing right wing extremism and the New York Times should be ashamed of itself for publishing such a sloppy wet kiss for American Nazis.
The worst people on both sides desperately want to believe they're comedians, but they lack an understanding of how humor works.
After years of the right talking about how they couldn't wait to destroy their many enemies, they're horrified that someone took them seriously.
Is she too young to learn about the ugliness of Trump's supporters? That depends on whether or not you think she's she too young to be marched off to the gas chambers for being a Jew.
Or will white conservatives have no choice but to embrace them?
If you genuinely believe that Antifa is comparable in any way to the white supremacists marching in Charlottesville chanting "The Jews will not replace us" then you are a fascist sympathizer. And if you are a fascist sympathizer, you are basically a fascist.
More chickens coming home to roost.
They have no one to blame but themselves.
America's budding Brownshirts have been given a presidential seal of approval.
The cops really hurt their feelings and they're very sad about the whole thing.
Nazis and white supremacists surely viewed Trump's delayed condemnation for what it really was: politically necessary yet gratefully disingenuous. In other words, he didn't really mean it.
Those of us who vigorously went to bat for Hillary Clinton and the Democrats in 2016 knew that if Trump were elected, it would lead to things like this. No one was more Cassandra-like about this than Clinton herself, who warned us a year ago this month about the sinister forces behind Trump's rise.
The founder of 'Godwin's Law' has given the internet permission to compare the racists marchers in Charlottesville, Virginia, to Nazis.
"On Saturday, I ordered two badges with the word "JUDE" stitched into the middle of a yellow Star of David. When they arrive, I will be stitching them to my two winter coats. We've seen this movie before and I'm just skipping to the end."
It's not terrorism when white Christians do it, right?
And they met in Trump Tower. In New York. In 2016. Nothing to worry about here, move along.
When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time. - Maya Angelou
"Conway is an educated, upper middle class professional willingly taking part in a fascist political movement that poses a grave threat to the future of humanity. And worse, Conway is attempting to normalize it by adding her fake smile and soothing voice to the truly abhorrent."
It is official: America is now pre-Nazi Germany. This is not hyperbole or a manifestation of Godwin's law -- there is a bonafide fascist movement in America led by a megalomaniac and advised by people who are openly advocating shooting the Democratic nominee for president, Hillary Clinton.
This wins the internet hands down.
Taking down the Confederate flag won't end racism in America, but it would represent an acknowledgment of its painful history.
North Carolina State Senator Bob Rucho (R-District 39) not only invoked Godwin's Law by comparing something to Nazis, but he ran over Godwin's Law with a tanker-truck full of crazy, stopped, backed up, ran over it again, then got out of the truck to unzip and whiz all over its corpse.
Take a journey back in time with these incredibly rare photographs capturing astonishing moments in human history. The photos we selected portray events from an alternative perspective, giving us further insight into complex events that have often been too neatly packaged by popular historical narratives:
In homage to Beck's madness, we went back in history to find the craziest stuff he's ever said. There were many, many other quotes that could have made the top 5, but the following 5 nuggets of sheer lunacy were, in our opinion, the very best
Hoess and others among the Nazi hierarchy had noticed the terrible psychiatric toll (alcoholism, depression, suicide, etc) that the up-close and personal massacres were having on the common soldiers who reflexively obeyed the illegal orders to kill noncombatants.