Obama Is Joining The “Trump Is A Nazi” Smear Campaign

Obama is back to his roots in the corrupt city of Chicago.  The former president spoke at the Economic Club of Chicago on Tuesday and what he said during this speak engagement should leave every sensible person shaking their head.

“Now, presume there was a ballroom here in Vienna in the late 1920s and ’30s,” Obama began.  He was alluding to what is now referred to as the era of “Red Vienna.”  The red in Red Vienna referred to the political order of socialists that controlled the city following the end of the first World War.  The socialists of Vienna set about instituting an endless series of luxury taxes on everything from horseback riding to hotel rooms.  Some luxury apartments were taxed at 36%.

That’s a clear enough picture for you to understand what Obama was referencing–his dreamland socialist utopia. He continued discussing this fantasy Vienna of his: “it looked and seemed as if the music and art and literature that was emerging would continue into perpetuity.  And then 60 million people died. An entire world was plunged into chaos.

Obama: things were going good, ‘then 60 million people died.’

WOAH! That escalated quickly.  It’s obvious that Obama is using the liberal’s favorite scare tactic by referencing World War II and the Nazis rise to power.  This is their flavor of the week–or at least their chosen flavor until President Trump finishes his tenure, so it’s probably better defined as their flavor of the next seven years.  And, boy, do these liberals love their salt.

Hardly a day goes by when some liberal doesn’t resort to the childishly simple comparison of right wing political supporters to Nazis. They just can’t seem to help themselves. If they aren’t making some Harry Potter comparison or analyzing the political theory behind Disney’s Star Wars, they would be at a loss when they tried to understand the world.  It’s probably rude to say, but that doesn’t make it any less true: the average liberal has a mind that operates much like a child.  The world they see is one painted in contrasted strokes of “good guys” fighting “bad guys.”  It’s a world where morals are simplified into the most easily understandable metaphor.

It’s a world that doesn’t care about the future their children will be left with so long as they can proudly say that they shared a few memes that virtue signaled, where it doesn’t matter if Islam is the ‘religion of peace.’ It’s a world we should all be eager to reject.

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