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'Heil Trump' Outburst Came From ANTI-TRUMPER, Media Ignores

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The sheer volume of Hitler-to-Trump comparisons in 2018 has been both bewildering and offensive…but not to the President.

No, this President who is overseeing one of the greatest economies ever for American minorities, and who is single-handedly dismantling the racially-charged Clinton era prison policies, isn’t the recipient of the hate and vitriol of these lazy insults.  Instead, those affected by World War II, the Nazis, and The Holocaust are who should be offended.  This belittling of their plight is despicable beyond words, and ever more offensive as it exploited in order to merely score theoretical political points.

It’s inexcusable, but I don’t believe we’ll have much of an opportunity to stop it either given the glut of liberal lunatics who truly believe it.

Now, as news spread of a man shouting “HEIL HITLER” and “HEIL TRUMP” during a recent performance of Fiddler on The Roof, the mainstream media seems to be ignoring one of the main points of the story and the outburst.

The man who yelled “Heil Hitler, Heil Trump,” during a theater performance of “Fiddler on the Roof” this week reportedly said he made the statements because the production reminded him of his hatred of President Trump.

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Anthony M. Derlunas II, 58, told Baltimore Police that he yelled the slogans because the final scene before intermission reminded him of how much he despises the president[.]

The excerpt above is from the Hill, the ONLY outlet I could find with a factual headline: “Man said he yelled ‘Heil Hitler, Heil Trump’ during ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ because of hatred for Trump.”

The far-left CNN and New York Times actually do report the truth about the man’s anti-Trump activism, but bury that truth beneath four and eight paragraphs, respectively.

The media instead allowed Americans to believe that living, breathing nazis were buying tickets to see Fiddler on The Roof merely to make obscene outbursts and spread their message of hate.  This is fear mongering, plain and simple, and certainly one of the reasons why We The People have consistently revealed through polling our massive distrust of the entertainment-bent press.
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As a lifelong advocate for the dream promised us in the Constitution, Andrew West has spent his years authoring lush prose editorial dirges regarding America's fall from grace and her path back to prosperity. When West isn't railing against the offensive whims of the mainstream media or the ideological cruelty that is so rampant in the US, he spends his time seeking adventurous new food and fermented beverages, with the occasional round of golf peppered in.




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