This is too easy. Watch this guy’s take on the Holocaust:
Arthur Jones is the man across the table from Chicago Sun-Times reporter Frank Main, who interviewed him on his political views for the paper.
So what? Who cares about an intolerant, self-entitled, xenophobic, big-eared bigot like Jones? Well, he’s not just a Republican. He’s the only Republican registered as a candidate in a Chicagoland congressional primary next month. If no one more right for the job from the Illinois GOP goosesteps forward, Jones will represent them in the general election later this year.
To his credit, the state Republican Party chairman isn’t happy about it and said as much:
The Illinois Republican Party and our country have no place for Nazis like Arthur Jones. We strongly oppose his racist views and his candidacy for any public office, including the 3rd Congressional District.
This isn’t the first time a Nazi has reared his ugly head in and around Chicago. Remember this?
Now, we all know that Herr Jones’ chances of winning the seat aren’t any better than Henry Gibson’s. America is not that far gone. Heck fire, even Alabama proved this by not electing Roy Moore to the U.S. Senate last year.
But this isn’t about Jones, is it? It’s not about the Holocaust or Nazis, either, or even the Republican party.
It’s about Trump.
This is not to say that Trump is a Hitler wannabe. That’s too easy, and unfair to Hitler. But let’s admit it: this story wouldn’t have made it to the gas station bathroom wall – much less the Sun-Times – before the 2016 election.
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