In what could be one of the most absurd attempts at making President Donald Trump out to be a Nazi, former Daily Show host Jon Stewart claims that “everybody who is a Nazi sure does seem to like” Trump.
Okay, and? How does that place blame on Trump? There are also a lot of people who like Trump who aren’t Nazis. Not to mention, he has disavowed and condemned them over 20 times over the last several years. So how exactly does this correlation have ANYTHING to do with Trump and the false allegations that he is a Nazi?
In his appearance in comedian Dave Chapelle’s live show at Radio City Music Hall, Stewart rehashed his two-night Twitter spat with Trump in 2013. Trump called the late-night host “John Liebowitz,” a move that Stewart called a “white supremacist trope,” and said Trump was “signaling to the underworld that Jews are among us.”
“Anyways, smash cut four years later, and he’s our president,” Stewart added, as reported by Sopan Deb of The New York Times.
Stewart, who regularly mocked Trump’s campaign during his final days on “The Daily Show,” is the latest to accuse him of sympathies toward neo-Nazis following his reaction to the deadly rally in Charlottesville, Va., where a woman died and at least a dozen others were injured when a man with alleged racist ties plowed his car into a crowd of anti-racist protesters.
He said, “This is — I don’t even know what the f— to say about a situation like this. … I knew it would be bad because, and in the president’s defense, he is a terrible person,” Stewart continued, “I don’t think everybody who likes him is a Nazi, but everybody who is a Nazi sure does seem to like him.”
Seward added, “But here’s some clues he’s not a great person. He lives in a building with his name on it in giant letters. Good people don’t ride like that.”
That doesn’t even make sense. If Steward was a millionaire and owned several businesses and branded it with his name, he sure wouldn’t have a problem living within one!
Sounds like a hard case of jealousy to me.