You like armadillos, I prefer calling out the orange Nazi like Biden did.
Odd that you nutters can't muster the character to do the same. Odd, but not surprising. Ditto for your silence on the unpatriotic Tommy Gooberville. The GOP's obsession over abortion will yet be it's ruin.
Thank you SCOTUS for letting us know which states prefer theocratic governance. Oops, 5 red states' voters saying not so fast assholes.
President Biden on Trump's 'vermin' remark
Kyle Griffin @kylegriffin1
“In just the last few days, Trump has said if he returns to office he’s gonna go after all those who oppose him and wipe out what he called the ‘vermin … in America’… it echoes language you heard in Nazi Germany in the 30s. It isn’t even the first time,” Pres. Biden said at a fundraiser in San Francisco.
“Trump also recently talked about, ‘The blood of America is being poisoned’ … Again, echoes the same phrases used in Nazi Germany,”
Biden said on Tuesday.
Biden's campaign and White House officials also blasted Trump’s remarks this week.
“On a weekend when most Americans were honoring our nation’s heroes, Donald Trump parroted the autocratic language of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini — two dictators many U.S. veterans gave their lives fighting, in order to defeat exactly the kind of un-American ideas Trump now champions,”
Biden campaign spokesperson Ammar Moussa said in a statement Monday, referring to the commemoration of Veterans Day last weekend.
White House spokesperson Andrew Bates said Monday in a statement, quoting a Washington Post headline, “Employing words like ‘vermin’ to describe anyone who makes use of their basic right to criticize the government ‘echoes dictators’ like Hitler and Mussolini. Using terms like that about dissent would be unrecognizable to our founders, but horrifyingly recognizable to American veterans who put on their country’s uniform in the 1940s. ”