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Trump fans pledging their loyalty with raised right hands looks like fascist Europe all over again

Supporters at a Donald Trump rally raised their right-hand in an all too familiar gesture after their Dear Leader asked to pledge that they will vote for him.

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Supporters at a Donald Trump rally raised their right-hand in an all too familiar gesture after their Dear Leader asked to pledge that they will vote for him.

Creating the situation where your most devoted fans essentially do WWII-era fascist salute for the media to see isn’t exactly the definition of a well-thought-out campaign move, but there’s good reason to believe that this won’t lose Trump any voters if past is prologue.

Needless to say, it did not look good for the Republican presidential front-runner.

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  1. Felicity Filthbiscuits

    March 5, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    The secret to Trump’s “success” is in attracting just the right kind of victims, openly WILLING to be bullied. Land of the Free and Home of the Brave INDEED.

  2. John Sawyer

    March 7, 2016 at 3:22 am

    Did Trump’s supporters watch Amazon’s production of Phil Dick’s “The Man In The High Castle” and wish that was really happening in the US? It looks like the Nazi sympathizers in the US didn’t go away after the war. Lots of our dads (including mine) fought in the war to do away with the Nazis, and they’d probably wish that we take up the work they started so it doesn’t blow up the way it did the first time.

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