Trump’s Pennsylvania rally revealed as a modern-day Nazi rally at Nuremberg


President Donald Trump’s recent rally in Pennsylvania caused many to see similarities to Adolph Hitler’s Nazi rallies at Nuremberg.

During the event, Trump accused the FBI and Democrats of treason by falsely claiming they spied on his campaign as his supporters chanted “lock them up.”

“They were spying on our campaign,” Trump claimed. “I’ll tell you what — if that ever happened to the other side, this thing would’ve been over two years ago, and you know, it would have been treason. They would’ve called it treason. And that’s what it is — it was treason. And it should never be allowed to happen to another president again. Ever, ever, ever.”

He then bragged about having Attorney General Bill Barr carrying out his weaponization of the Justice Department.

“Well, we have a great new attorney general who is going to give it a very fair look,” he said.

Then Trump mused about being kept in power for far more than two terms, which would violate the 22nd Amendment of the Constitution.

“We ran one time and we’re ‘1-and-0’ — but it was for the big one,” he said. “Now we’re going to have a second time. And we’re going to have another one. And then we’ll drive them crazy. Maybe if we really like it a lot — and if things keep going like they’re going — we’ll go and we’ll do what we have to do: we’ll do a three and a four and a five.”

Seriously, persecuting political opponents and trying to stay in power for life is precisely what fascist dictators do.

Many observers certainly noticed and voiced their concerns on Twitter.

This is a true national emergency and must spur Democrats to start impeachment hearings. Trump is too dangerous to put impeachment off until after 2020. By then it would be too late, especially if Democrats lose the House. Now is the time to act in defense of democracy and the rule of law before we lose both and America becomes the modern-day Nazi Germany that Trump and his supporters want it to be.

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