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National Democratic Party Official Seriously Proposes Re-education for Trump Supporters: ‘How do you Deprogram 75 Million People?’

Throughout Donald Trump’s presidency, the Left has been obsessed with comparing him to Adolf Hitler.

Never mind that Democrats’ own policies, such as imposing strict controls on gun ownership among the citizenry, is a page out of Hitler’s handbook.

Danielle Allen, a political theorist at Harvard University, penned a Washington Post op-ed in early 2016, warning:

Like any number of us raised in the late 20th century, I have spent my life perplexed about exactly how Hitler could have come to power in Germany. Watching Donald Trump’s rise, I now understand. Leave aside whether a direct comparison of Trump to Hitler is accurate. That is not my point. My point rather is about how a demagogic opportunist can exploit a divided country.

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The comment seemed more directed at Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, whose far-left policy prescriptions had left the country bitterly polarized, though liberals like to forget that.

They also like to overlook strides Trump made in reducing black unemployment and stimulating black business and homeownership, but that’s grist for another post.

Now that Trump appears to be on his way out, it is time for liberals to figure out what to do all the Americans who Trump mesmerized.

Actor Robert de Niro has warned Trump allies to “be afraid — be very afraid,”  though he failed to specify why or of what.

Meanwhile, David Atkins, a regional director for California Democrats, is interested in more practical solutions for dealing with Trump’s acolytes.

He posted a tweet to that effect, which asks “how … you deprogram 75 million people.”


Atkins continued to amplify on his original thoughts through Thursday, adding at one point that he was not advocating “re-education camps” but rather something more akin to cult deprogramming.

Suffice it to say it’s going to be a long four years.

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  1. Public corruption. The Democratic party has let itself go such that many people are rightly suspicious of it. This will bear out in coming years, and the Republicans are only getting better at documentation and fact-finding and unblinking clarification. The kind that precipitates lawsuits and resignations and the public to change their party affiliation once the depth and extent of the problem become widely recognized. Democrats have crooks and incompetents in their ranks and leadership, and some flat-out criminals behind the curtains. The swamp-draining, investigations, and prosecutions will not end with Trump’s time in office. If anything,m the situation will only get worse for Democrats as time goes by. And you’re not going to ‘deprogram’ anybody. If anything, you’re going to succeed in bringing apparently long-overdue reforms to the US education system. 2+2 /=5, pretty much, and people with fancy credentials abusing same for fun and profit especially psychiatry, psychology, and other mental health ‘specialty type situations, look forward to reform, review, and not being covered under Medicare, because fraud.

    I think the Republ8ican party has a bright future ahead of it. Overpriced, overhyped, ‘woke’, globa-toba higher ed and its ‘liberal’ politicized K-12 precipitate and the edutainment-doctrination program,, not-so-much. Teach kids HOW to think, not what to think, and yes, there is a difference.

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