Tucker Carlson had a guest for the ages when he brought on far-left anti-Trump lunatic Sunsara Taylor, apparently hailing from some group known as ‘Refuse Fascism.’

Taylor did the usual comparison of President Trump to Hitler, an old favorite of even mainstream Democrats.

Taylor then took things a step further than most of her colleagues, I assume, would be willing to go, arguing that the President “is more dangerous than Hitler ever could have been.”

Yes, she literally just said that President Trump is more dangerous than the man responsible for the Holocaust and the extermination of millions.

Watch Tucker Carlson try to deal with such a lost mind …

 

Via Fox News Insider:

Sunsara Taylor, with “Refuse Fascism,” said that Trump and Pence are operating out of “Hitler’s playbook” and her group is refusing to accept a “fascist America.”

“This is a danger to humanity. And yes, it’s in its early stages, but people need to rise up and stop it before it is too late,” Taylor said.

Tucker argued that if she truly believed Trump was like Hitler, then she wouldn’t be appearing on a television show, she’d be committing acts of violence.

Taylor doubled down on the Hitler comparison, noting that Trump controls the biggest nuclear arsenal in the world.

“He is more dangerous than Hitler ever could have been,” she said. “I’m calling for mass political protest and resistance.”

The consensus on social media was not kind to her …

 

Carlson mocked Taylor for being “silly” and wondered if she planned to do anything more than “jump around in the street with a sign in your hand.”

To be fair, left-wingers were doing more than sign waving a couple of months ago, when they stood outside Trump tower burning American flags and trying to incite violence.

Sunsara seems to be a one-trick pony when you get right down to it. She compares everything to Hitler, showing she has a very loose grasp of reality.

In 2005, Taylor said that watching President Bush’s statements on a ban of partial-birth abortion, “all I could think of was Hitler.”

And again in 2006, she wrote that Bush was “the same as Hitler and his Nazis in their most gruesome end years.”

Perhaps when your fundamental understanding of history is so flawed that you think a man who killed millions is the moral equivalent to a Republican president, maybe that shouldn’t be your go-to analogy.

Leftists like this should not be given a public platform.

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