I’m never quite sure what it is that those on the left hope to accomplish with their never-ending attempts to compare Republicans to Hitler. Every Republican president that I can remember has been compared to Hitler, and now that includes Trump. And it’s not just the crazy leftists here at home. For instance, it was as recently as this past Thursday on the international version of the Communist News Network, (CNN), that we heard from former Mexican President Vicente Fox who actually said that in his addressing the Republicans in Philadelphia, President Donald Trump reminded him “of Hitler addressing the Nazi party.” Now as I am quite certain Fox is nowhere near old enough to have witnessed such an event as it actually occurred, I’d be interested to know exactly what it is that he bases such a comparison on.
What follows here is a partial transcript of Fox’s bizarre attempt to prove himself to be nothing more than yet another hapless leftwing malcontent who seems to operate under the rather misguided notion that the American people have absolutely no right to be selective about whom it is that we allow into our country:
CNN: Do you get a sense, though, that it’s the U.S. president who us driving events and Mexico’s president finds himself a prisoner of them?
FOX: Well, that much and that part yes. When I saw today’s gathering of the Republican party retreat and Trump being there reminded me of Hitler addressing the Nazi party. And I think it’s important to remind to congressmen from the Republican party that above all on their responsibilities is their own conscious —
CNN: I’m going to interrupt you. Forgive me. You are comparing the current U.S. president to a man who exterminated millions of people? Really?
FOX: Not in that sense. I’m comparing him in the sense of in the way he is a populist. Of everything that he said in this retreat is pure populism. Making America great, first let him demonstrate that he can do that. Number two, when he says jobs for everybody, what he says, business for everybody, I mean his declarations, declarations, his screeds and his executive orders, and yes I want to remind that a congressman is obliged with his free conscious to make decisions. He doesn’t have to accept what this guy is proposing to them.
Frankly all of these idiotic Hitler comparisons are really beginning to get more than a little tiresome, regardless of who it is that they may come from. And those who continue to make them, including this douche bag Fox, accomplish little more than to reveal their ignorance. And actually, all they really accomplish by making these idiotic comparisons is to trivialize the atrocities committed by one of the most evil dictators to have ever lived. And in an effort to do what exactly? Because there is zero resemblance between the 45th president and the German Chancellor who committed genocide. And really, how many of the leftist imbeciles that those like Fox are speaking to, have any idea who Hitler even was? I would argue, that with the teaching of history being what it is today, probably not very many.
After all, Hitler hated the Jews, Trump loves Israel. Hitler invaded his neighbors, Trump is trying to repel his invading neighbors. Hitler had a massive military, Trump has the scraps leftover by Barry. Hitler had a cheesy mustache, Trump is clean shaven. Hitler was a starving artist, Trump is a multi-billionaire. Hitler married a skank, Trump married a beautiful and kind woman. So I’m just not seeing the comparison. Hitler deported people to concentration camps to murder them. Trump will feed them, house them, and pay for their transportation back to the Mexican border. Friendly Border Patrol and ICE agents will send the illegal aliens over the border with a smile and a, “Dios te bendiga. Venga aquí legalmente la próxima vez.” (“God bless you. Come here legally next time.”) There’s a big difference.
The sad fact here is that most of Mexico’s problems are transgenerational. They have, for almost the entirety of their history, been ruled by an elite class that cared very little in real terms for the people (despite their pandering rhetoric). They have produced very little for their people, and as a result, the people have adjusted. The more entrepreneurial ones recognized that there was tremendous money to be made by selling drugs to wealthy Americans. However, in order to do that, you had to break the law, and do some rather unsavory things. When US-trained former commandos got this idea, the cartels were born. A $40 Billion per year business developed and those men knew how to defend it: infiltrate the government, buy off every official you have to, and kill anyone who won’t take the money.
It’s a huge problem with no real end in sight and trying to clear out these people has become a task no Mexican president has ever been equal to, not even Fox, despite hundreds of millions of dollars in aid, weapons, training, and other assistance from the US every single year. I’m willing to give them some consideration but we have our own problems with a fully corrupt government infiltrated by a criminal enterprise (Soros’ network of globalist radicals) and with, over the last eight years, corruption running all the way up to the presidency. Whether those south of the border realize it or not, Mexico needs Trump. There are two swamps in need of being drained: one in DC and the other in Mexico City. And the sooner the leaders of Mexico come to grips with that fact, the better things are going to be in both countries.