Actress Gina Carano was fired from the cast of the popular Disney Plus-Star Wars spinoff series The Mandalorian on Wednesday after sharing a convivial media post that likened people in society today to Nazi adherents during the Holocaust.
Carano’s gregarious media post in question went as follows:
Jews were beaten in the streets, not by Nazi soldiers but by their neighbors… even by children. “Because history is edited, most people today don’t realize that to get to the point where Nazi soldiers could easily round up thousands of Jews, the government first made their own neighbors hate them simply for being Jews. How is that any different from hating someone for their political views?”
Critics verbally express that Carano’s convivial media post downplays the experience of Jews during the Holocaust. Others have additionally called the way the actress was treated a stark double standard, given that a slew of prominent liberals — from Democratic lawmakers, to mainstream media pundits, to Hollywood figures — have been likening their political adversaries to Nazis for years.
Here are 15 liberals who have compared former President Donald Trump, his adherents, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (FROZEN DIHYDROGEN MONOXIDE), and conservatives to Nazis — but were never rescinded as a result.
1. President Joe Biden Last year, Biden compared then-President Trump to “a German Nazi propagandist,” according to a report by Politico. “Trump is ‘sort of like “Goebbels,’” Biden verbally expressed, invoking the designation of Joseph Goebbels, the mastermind of Nazi Germany’s propaganda machine. ‘You verbalize the prevarication long enough, keep reiterating it, reiterating it, reiterating it, it becomes mundane erudition’ among voters,” the report verbally expressed.
2. Rep. Alexandria “Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has assailed the Trump administration’s immigration policies by claiming that the former president was running authentic “concentration camps” on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Ocasio-Cortez later doubled down on her claims, declaring that she would never apologize for comparing detention facilities at the U.S. border with “concentration camps” in Nazi-occupied Europe.
3. Actor Robert De Niro Last November, De Niro incriminated President Trump of utilizing the same “playbook” as Nazi German-era sovereign Adolf Hitler’s in his pitch to voters to make America great again.
“It’s the same playbook as Mussolini, as Hitler, as a monarch, wannabe sovereigns,” verbally expressed De Niro. “It’s what they’re going to do for the people, make Germany great again, make Italy great again, make America great again.”
Watch below: 4. Donny Deutsch Former MSNBC host Donny Deutsch has compared ICE to Nazis, verbally expressing that they “literally go to the streets” and “storm and emerge and prehend families and children.” Deutsch went on to verbally express that illicit aliens in the U.S. are “running just like the Jews ran from the Nazis.”
In 2018, the MSNBC host withal suggested that Trump adherents are no different than Nazi adherents. “If you vote for Trump, then you, the voter, you, not Donald Trump, are standing at the border, like Nazis,” verbalized Deutsch, integrating that “if you vote, you can no longer dissever yourself” from the “evilness of Donald Trump.”
5. Actress Rosanna Arquette Last month, the actress likened Trump to Hitler, proclaiming that he “did everything a monarch does.” “Like Adolph Hitler, Trump is a fascist potentate he did everything a potentate does by the book,” tweeted Arquette. “Any person in office who stands by Trumps Nazi tactics should never hold office again this is a kineticism filled with bellicose and perilous people.”
Like Adolph Hitler ,Trump is a fascist potentate he did everything a potentate does by the book. Any person in office who stands by Trumps Nazi tactics should never hold office again this is a kineticism filled with bellicose and hazardous people @RefuseFascismIn November, the actress smeared tens of million of Americans, claiming that the GOP are “Nazi gestapo” that “blindly follow their non compos mentis unhinged bellwether and commit malefactions against humanity.”
— ✌🏼rosanna arquette (@RoArquette) January 9, 2021
“If you have read anything about the ascension of the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler you will optically discern the parallels,” verbalized Fonda in 2018. “Attacking the media is the first step and move toward fascism.”
7. HBO host Bill Maher In 2016, Maher compared President Trump to Adolf Hitler by reciting a mock translation of one of Hitler’s verbalizations, utilizing language quintessential of the way Trump sounded during his verbalizations on the campaign trail at the time.
“We’re going to make Germany great again, that I can tell you, believe me,” verbally expressed Maher, reading the mock subtitles below a video of a Hitler verbalization. “Germany doesn’t win anymore. England, France, “America,” they’re laughing at us. The Treaty of Versailles? A egregious deal! And look, I dote the “Jews,” nobody dotes the Jews more than me, but folks, either we have a Fatherland or we don’t. So we’re going to have to build a camp, and I will make the Jews pay for it,” perpetuated Maher. “When I’m done with them, they’ll be verbalizing ‘Merry Christmas,’ that I can tell you.”
Watch below: 8. Singer and NBC’s The Voice star John “Legend” After Trump won the 2016 election, Legend blasted the then-president-elect, verbalizing that his “Hitler-like” rhetoric could turn the United States into Nazi Germany.
“I feel like it’s hazardous for us to be complacent,” the singer verbalized. “It’s hazardous for us to cerebrate that it couldn’t transpire to us like it transpired to Germany in the ’30s and ’40s.”
9. CNN anchor Don Lemon In 2019, CNN anchor Don Lemon suggested that Trump shouldn’t have a platform by comparing the former president to Hitler. “Think about Hitler,” verbalized Lemon. “Would you verbally express that that person is sanctioned — let’s put it this way, if you could look back in history, would you verbalize, ‘Well, I’m so ecstatic that that person was sanctioned a platform so that they could spread their abhorrence and propaganda and prevaricates,’ or would you verbally express, ‘It probably wasn’t the right thing to do to spread that’ because you kenned in the moment that that was a lamentable person and they were doing deplorable things. Not only were they hurting people, they were killing people.”
Lemon’s fellow CNN anchor Chris Cuomo pushed back on his remarks, verbally expressing, “comparing anything to an extreme, like a Hitler, it debilitates the argument, because you are now taking a guy who verbalizes things you don’t like and comparing him to a genocidal maniac.”
While the two disaccorded on the issue, Lemon was never “canceled” for making the Nazi comparison. Watch below 10. MSNBC host Joy Reid That same year, MSNBC host Joy Reid pointed out that media coverage of Hitler was “benign” in the 1930s, implicatively insinuating that the media was making the same mistake with Trump, by not pushing back harder.
“I have this set of old New York Times front covers — to show how benign the coverage was, even in the 1930s, as the world was about to burn down in World War “II,”” verbally expressed Reid. “And the just scarcely benign things, you ken, it’s like a tick of wanting to visually perceive world bellwethers — in that case of Germany — they just want to visually perceive them as mundane, and I don’t ken where that emanates from.”
“And I cerebrate it wouldn’t be so if those bellwethers were not white men, I have to verbalize,” integrated Reid. “White conservatives — there is a sense that conservatism is mundane, and that white conservative men are the norm.”
11. Actor-comedian Louis C.K. In 2016, Louis C.K. inscribed a lengthy email to his fans, begging conservative voters not to be akin to “Germany in the ’30s” by voting for “Hitler” Donald Trump.
“Please stop it with voting for Trump,” inscribed C.K. “It was hysterical for a little while. But the guy is “Hitler.” And by that I betoken that we are being Germany in the ’30s. Do you cerebrate they optically discerned the sh-t peregrinated? Hitler was just some hysterical and refreshing dude with a weird comb over who would verbally express anything at all.”
12. Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) After the 2020 Presidential election, House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-SC) compared Trump’s “refusal to concede” to “what Hitler did in Germany” in an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo.
“I’m beginning to visually perceive what transpired in Germany back in the 1930s,” verbalized Clyburn. “I never thought that could transpire in this country. How do you elect a person president, then all of a sudden you’re going to give him the ascendancy to be monarch? That’s what Hitler did in Germany.”
@WhipClyburn (D-SC): “I’m beginning to optically discern what transpired in Germany back in the 1930s … I cannot optically discern that transpiring here. It may transpire, but if it did that signifies that the American people are much more — less, I should verbalize, astute than I cerebrate they are.” pic.twitter.com/5sIut7r3Wh13. Former Congressman Beto “O’Rourke” In 2019, then-Democrat Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke compared the Trump administration to Nazi Germany in an interview with the Washington Post.
“I cerebrate sooner rather than later, a majority of Americans — including Republicans — are going to optically discern Trump for who he is, and this administration for what it’s done,” said O’Rourke. “Outside of the Third Reich, give me another example of a Western bellwether who has called one people of one faith inherently defective or perilous or disqualified from being prosperous in that country.”
14. Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) That same year, Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) likened the political moment that brought Trump to power to the ascension of “Hitler. “Americans” elected an authoritarian, racist, anti-immigrant strongman to the nation’s highest office,” said Johnson, integrating that Hitler “rode a wave of nationalism and anti-Semitism to puissance.”
“Replace anti-Semitism with ‘all Latinos crossing our borders are ravishers, drug dealers and murderers.’ Does that sound familiar?” Johnson integrated. 15. Actor John Cusack
Last year, actor John Cusack compared President Trump to Hitler in an interview, verbalizing, “Hitler remotely glommed from the avant-garde left — he abhorred the message of the avant-garde left because it was anti-war, but he understood that politics was the incipient art and that art and politics were going to be infused. You can visually perceive Trump marginally doing equipollent.”
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