Some thinking doesn’t appear to change
“Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened.”
“She should be removed from Congress.”
“I don’t use those words to just throw bombs.”
“Maybe talk like a fourth grader.”
WaPo: Republicans pounce! And, well …
“I’ve talked to her, and I can tell you she is living through a lot of pain.”
They just can’t help themselves
Millennials are not dumb. They’re just ignorant.
“She escaped the anti-Semitism of the Nazis…”
No matter the excuse, whitewashing history is just wrong
Was there really a need for this?
“Some Jewish communal leaders suggested…that the Museum’s moral authority had been hijacked for a partisan re-writing of recent history.”
The parallels should be obvious
“This is my pledge to you.”
“The president went out of his way to recognize the Holocaust.”
You all recognize this. You know what it is and you know what it’s called.
“As West Hollywood’s mayor, I have stated for the record that Trump’s campaign of violence and intimidation is not welcome in our city.”
“I’m telling you there is a reason these dictatorial people take guns first.”
“A self-serving fiction.”
Doomed to repeat.
“An exercise in critical thinking.”
Never let the facts stand in the way of a good narrative.
“Tuesday you can end Mitt Romney’s hypocrisy on religious freedom.”
Math is hard.
“But will their taxes go up?”