Friday at Democracy Now!, leftist academic and activist Noam Chomsky claimed Trump’s supporters at rallies remind him of the crowds at Hitler’s Nuremberg rallies.
Asked about Trump defunding the WHO over its handling of the coronavirus, Chomsky replied, “Well, this is typical behavior of autocrats and dictators. When you make colossal errors, which are killing thousands of people, find somebody else to blame. And in the United States, it’s unfortunately the case for well over a century, century and a half, that it’s always easy to blame the ‘yellow peril.’”
“I’m old enough to remember as a child listening to Hitler’s speeches over the radio, Nuremberg rallies,” he added. “I couldn’t understand the words, but the tone and the reaction of the crowd, the adoring crowd, was very clear and very frightening. We know what it led to. It’s hard to — it comes to mind at once when you listen to Trump’s ravings and the crowd.” Chomsky then went on to deny that he was comparing Trump to Hitler.
China is to blame, but Chomsky and his adoring acolytes in the leftist media will never deviate from their hateful, race-mongering, anti-American narrative.