SICK. Joe Scarborough Compares US Law Enforcement to Nazis who Kill Children — White House Responds (VIDEO)
This is the modern day left — Completely unhinged.
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough on Friday compared US law enforcement officers to Nazis.
The Morning Joe host compared US law enforcement officials to Nazis marching children to the showers.
Joe Scarborough: I know children are being marched away to showers. I know they’re being marched away to showers, being told they are just like the Nazis.
Via Morning Joe:
The Trump White House later today released a statement in response to the appalling statement by Joe Scarborough:
WH statement responding To Joe Scarborough’s outrageous and despicable slander and smear of federal law enforcement officers. Statement is attributable to Deputy White House Press Secretary Hogan Gidley:
“It is appalling that Joe Scarborough would compare sworn federal law enforcement officers— who put their lives on the line every day to keep American people safe— to Nazis. This is the type of inflammatory and unacceptable rhetoric that puts a target on the backs of our great law enforcement. It is also horribly insulting to the memory of the 6 million Jews who perished in the Nazi Holocaust. Not only is Scarborough’s rhetoric shameful, but his facts are categorically false. When American citizens break the law, they are separated from their children and prosecuted. It’s unclear why Scarborough believes that illegal aliens are entitled to more rights than those afforded to American citizens. While Scarborough is quick to launch into his straight-to-camera outrage over the temporary separation of illegal alien families, he has never shown similar outrage for the permanent separation of American families forever torn apart from their children, who were killed by criminal aliens as a result of Democrats’ open borders policies. If Joe Scarborough actually cared about keeping illegal alien families together, he would use his platform to support the Trump Administration’s efforts to close loopholes in federal immigration law.” – Hogan Gidley