You may have noticed, since Election Day, a lot of our posts have us as Cartman and every leftist combined as Scott Tenorman. If you’re not a South Park devotee, allow me to explain the analogy: We’re lapping up the liberal tears. Figuratively of course, but here’s a literal representation:
Probably no network has provided us more sustenance than MSNBC. Well, them and hoodlum protesters (see Leftist Protester Screams Bloody Murder as Trump is Sworn In and Trump Mocks Whiny Liberals Boycotting Inauguration). But whenever we’re thirsty, we turn to MSNBC. It’s like Darth Vader’s regenerative chamber for us. Yesterday we reached the point where douchelords like Chris Matthews were so sad and dejected, they had no other option left but to make up words…
And that would be — but I’m thinking, when [President Trump] said today, America first, it was not just the racial, I mean I shouldn’t say racial, the Hitlerian background to it, but it was the message I kept thinking. What does [U.K. Prime Minister] Theresa May think of this when she picks up the papers? What did he just say? He said America first. What happened to special relationship?
Yes, that’s right. “Hitlerian.” It’s not enough for MSNBC to say that Trump is literally Hitler. Now they’re making up adjectives. Okay.
Don’t get me wrong. Was Trump’s speech yesterday up there with “Ask not what your country can do for you?” No. At best it was a mixed bag. Some good, some okay, some awful. We can certainly point out what was good and bad about the speech, that’s fair. But for the President of the United States to say “America first” is hardly “Hitlerian.” Americans want Americans first. As Germany should put the welfare of Germans first (not, for example, rapey Muslim migrants). The United Kingdom should also put the welfare of its citizens first. As they voted with Brexit, by the way. So putting your countries citizens first, putting your own country’s interests first? That’s more common sense. I daresay Chris Matthews would put Chris Matthews family before someone else’s. Why is this hard?
It’s only hard if you dislike America and think America shouldn’t be put first anywhere, that a collective, not a nation, should set a nation’s interests. See also globalism.
But at some point, you would think the left would catch on that when they make comments like these (comparing Trump to Hitler… again), they are making those comments about Trump’s supporters. Trump’s supporters who, thanks to hateful comments comparing them to Hitler, endear them to Trump harder and deeper than they did before.