Okay, and holy shit, SHE BRINGS UP THE FUCKING NUREMBURG TRIALS!
That was SUCH A PRIME OPPORTUNITY!
"The Nuremburg trials happened and…"
"Yes, a trial wherein it was explicitly stated that no evidence was required did happen, yes - and it was about as 'real' a trial as CNN is 'real' news. It was a fake, just like you."
I would also have accepted:
Where did the word "Nazi" come from and what does it mean? -> The word was created by a Marxist Jewish journalist in the 1920's. -> Its a slur, equivalent to modern liberals calling conservatives "redneck hicks" or the like.
What was the Spartacus League?
Tell me about the Katyn Forest Massacre
Where was Auschwitz? -> Who controlled Poland at the end of the war? -> Why was war never declared against the Soviets who invaded Poland ~14 days after the Germans did? -> How did this war even start?
Where did the term 'conspiracy theory' originate from? -> Tell me about LBJ's wink on the plane -> Tell me about LBJ, JFK and Israel -> Tell me about JFK's account of Hitler
These people are historically illiterate it seems, and have only the standard narrative to fall back on. Dude did a good job, but he needs to bring more bantz next time - he tried to go all WN1.0 and, while it wasn't half bad, it could have been better.
Also, that fucking Republican guy referenced at the end, Tim Schneider… What a quality guy:
Schneider is a self-described social moderate and fiscal conservative.
He supported the immigration reform bill which was mainly backed by Democrats and some Republicans.
Schneider says his job is "to organize the Republican party, to bring all factions of the Republican Party together, as well as Democrats and independents who are going to unite on our message of lower taxes, less wasteful spending, quality education for our kids, term limits, and a booming economy."
When Schneider tossed his name in for consideration when the IL GOP picked Dorgan last year, he told an SJ-R political columnist that he was “a compromiser” on platform issues, and said he had “no position I currently wish to talk about” on same-sex marriage.
“It’s critical that the new … chairman concentrate on fiscal and economic issues,” he said at the time. “Basically, it’s the social issues that divide our party currently, and I am concerned about those, but I’m more concerned about the issues that unite our party.”
Illinois GOP revokes delegate’s credentials for ‘racist’ FB post
CLEVELAND – The Illinois Republican Party on Wednesday revoked the convention credentials of a Donald Trump delegate from Chicago “for publicly-made racist comments and threats of violence” on a Facebook posting.
Illinois Republican Party Chairman Tim Schneider told the Sun-Times the party, “has zero tolerance for racism of any kind and threats of violence against anyone.”
The executive committee of the Illinois GOP party made the decision regarding Fifth Congressional District delegate Lori Gayne after party officials said she confirmed to them she was the author of the offending post, made under a different name.
Gayne was elected a Trump delegate in the March Illinois Republican Primary from the North Side district.
Gayne told the Sun-Times on Wednesday she wrote the post, after a reporter from the newspaper raised the matter with her on Tuesday evening, while she was with the Illinois delegation on the convention floor.
The Republican National Convention welcome party was thrown Sunday at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Gayne wrote, over a photo of law enforcement officials on the roof on the iconic building on the Lake Erie shore:
“Our brave snipers just waiting for some “N—- to try something. Love them.”
She used an abbreviation for the racial slur.
“Let me be unequivocally clear — racism and threats of violence have absolutely no place in the Illinois Republican Party or in a civil and inclusive society.
“The Illinois Republican Party believes that inciting violence against anyone attending the RNC places state delegations, demonstrators exercising their First Amendment rights, and law enforcement personnel needlessly in harm’s way. Therefore, I have consulted with the Executive Committee of the Illinois Republican Party and have revoked Ms. Gayne’s credentials as a delegate to the Republican National Convention.”