CNN: "The Idea Of 'Preserving Heritage' Taps Into Historically Dark Times," "Sounds A Lot Like" Hitler

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Mar. 04, 2019

The idea of Americans "preserving" their "heritage" is evil in itself, according to CNN host Ana Cabrera and CNN analyst Samantha Vinograd.

From the Free Beacon:
In response to Trump's speech, CNN host Ana Cabrera played a few clips and asked the panel to respond.

"The men and women here today," Trump said, "on the front lines of protecting America's interests, defending America's value, and reclaiming our nation's priceless heritage. Right now we have people in Congress that hate our country, and you know that and we can name every one of them if they want. They hate our country."
Cabrera said "preserving our heritage" taps into darker times in U.S. history and that it could pose a national security threat, prompting [CNN analyst Samantha Vinograd], who served multiple roles in the Obama administration, to say Trump's speech made her "sick."

"On a personal level, 'preserving our heritage, reclaiming our heritage' sounds a lot like a certain leader that killed members of my family and about 6 million other Jews in the 1940s … The president talks about preserving our heritage as a catch-all for implementing policies that misallocate resources," said Vinograd, whose father is a Holocaust survivor. "He pretends that there are massive flows of illegal immigrants coming over our borders and is spending billions of dollars on a border wall emergency instead of paying attention to real national security threats."
It's our duty to die, folks!

I know many of our ancestors built the greatest country in the history of the world which families like Cabrera's and Vinograd's moved to for a better life, but now we have to give it all up because they say we're bad people if we try to preserve our heritage!

Checkmate!



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