During her speech at the Texas Tribune Festival, Hillary Clinton criticized the supporters of Donald Trump who gave her the loss in the presidential elections of 2016.
As a young student, Clinton said she was trying to figure out how people got drawn in by Hitler. During newsreels, she would often see people raising their arms in response to a man who was reportedly shouting and raving.
During a campaign rally in Ohio, Clinton said she was disturbed by the number of young men who raised their arms in response to the man who was reportedly shouting and raving.
Trump held a political rally in Ohio last weekend. During his speech, he teased an announcement regarding his political future.
He claimed that he was leading in the polls and that his party was also doing well, even though the Republicans were not doing well. He then stated that he would have to do it again, following what he referred to as the country going to hell.
During Biden's speech, he referred to Nazi rallies as well as other similar events. The Marines who stood behind the president during his speech were an abuse of the military. The former vice president delivered an angry speech, and the crowd was provided with an unsettling look due to the winged ledge behind him and the iconic red lighting.
In his speech, Biden referred to the supporters of the "MAGA Republicans" as a threat to democracy. 74 million people voted for Donald Trump in the presidential elections of 2020.
President Joe Biden gave a primetime speech Thursday from the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia.
In his speech, he said that what is happening today in the country is not normal and that Donald Trump and MAGA Republicans are a "threat to our democracy." pic.twitter.com/lclCW15bXV
— LX News (@NBCLX) September 2, 2022
According to a report, Biden said during a fundraising event that the country was witnessing the beginning of the end of an extreme political philosophy known as "MAGA." He referred to the philosophy of former President Donald Trump as semifascism.
According to Jennifer Rubin, a conservative columnist for the Washington Post, there were people at the Trump rally who were reportedly giving a salute similar to the Nazi salute.
The individuals who were giving the salutes were reportedly holding up a single finger, which was commonly associated with the number one. A Trump representative called the QAnon and BlueAnon conspiracy theories a "dopey conspiracy."
The display bore an uncanny resemblance to the infamous Nazi salute. The incitement and zombie-like response should put to rest the notion that Biden should be “reaching out” to these people. They are unreachable, and pretending otherwise misleads voters. https://t.co/jf5pnPpn20
— Jennifer "Pro-privacy" Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) September 19, 2022
Taylor Budowich, a spokesperson for the White House, stated that the media was working in tandem with the Democrats during the final weeks before the elections.
The goal of these groups is to create a totalitarian state through overt propaganda. They are not different from the ideologies of Nazism and fascism, which use overt propaganda to achieve their goals. These are not the same as traditional American conservatism or Make America Great Again. Instead, they support a peaceful foreign policy and individual liberty.