If you have ever said the words “Let’s Go Brandon”, MSNBC thinks you’re worse than an actual Nazi. Yes, really.
In a brand new MSNBC article, the far-left website says comparing “Let’s Go Brandon” to the Nazi “Sieg Heil” salute is an “insult to nazis”.
When discussing the comparisons of the two, the author said the following: “Calm the hell down; that’s an insult to Nazis. And furthermore, Biden doesn’t have the gall to steamroll these would-be Nazis like Joseph Stalin’s army did in Berlin.”
This is the tweet that the author is referring to:
“Let’s Go Brandon” has become the MAGA version of “Sieg Heil.”
— Tristan Snell (@TristanSnell) October 31, 2021
This comparison by the left obviously shouldn’t surprise anyone. For years, they have called us racist, sexist, bigots, homophobes, nazis, scum of the earth and “basket of deplorables”.
They have even encouraged violence against those who vote conservative.
For instance, a Disney producer once fantasized about stuffing the Covington kids into a woodchipper and watching their blood shoot out in every direction:
And who could forget when Kathy Griffin held up a bloody, mock stump of a head of President Trump?
Kathy Griffin posed with the likeness of Trump’s severed head. It was merely called an outward display of frustration.
Meanwhile, an airline pilot said “Let’s go Brandon,” which means he has anger management issues or a drug problem. For safety’s sake, he should be terminated. https://t.co/I7u610QBC8 pic.twitter.com/qDsJBdaegi
— Ian McKelvey (@ian_mckelvey) October 31, 2021
Keep in mind, Griffin was PRAISED for this display by the left-wing media.
When Trump was President, Johnny Depp also asked “when was the last time an actor assassinated a President?”. Watch:
And finally, Madonna. Who remembers when she said she “thought a lot about blowing up the white house”? Watch:
So the left can threaten assassination, murder, and actual terrorism, but conservatives aren’t allowed to chant “Let’s Go Brandon”. Very interesting.
What is your reaction to this disgusting double standard? Comment below…