President Trump’s dishonest political rhetoric might have been inspired by Adolf Hitler’s infamous propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, 2020 presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke mentioned in a daring declare throughout a Sunday TV interview.

O’Rourke made the remarks on MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation.”

“President Trump, perhaps inspired by Goebbels and the propagandists of the Third Reich, seems to employ this tactic that the bigger the lie, the more obscene the injustice, the more dizzying the pace of this bizarre behavior, the less likely we are to be able to do something about it,” he mentioned.

“I’m so grateful that not only is the House moving forward with impeachment, but… It’s a good sign that he was caught, that he was stopped — that he can no longer normalize the behavior that we’ve seen so far.”

“Did I hear you correctly say that perhaps [Trump] was influenced by Goebbels and the Third Reich in terms of telling a big lie? I just want to make sure that’s what I heard you say,” Sharpton requested.

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“That’s right,” O’Rourke replied. “There is a lot that’s resonant of the Third Reich on this administration, whether or not it’s making an attempt to ban all folks of 1 faith and saying that Muslims are someway inherently harmful or faulty or disqualified — outdoors of Nazi Germany, it is onerous for me to discover one other trendy democracy that had the audacity to say one thing like this.

“And then, this concept from Goebbels and Hitler that the larger the lie and the extra usually you repeat it, the extra possible individuals are to imagine it. That is Donald Trump to a T,” he added.

O’Rourke continued to bash Trump, saying the president has been sending out canine whistles of racism and hate.

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“The sign that he’s sending is being picked up by Americans who’re prepared to work on that hatred and racism,” he mentioned.

“We noticed it introduced house to us in El Paso… when somebody repeating the president’s personal phrases in his manifesto, opened hearth on folks in El Paso, Texas, killing 22 of them in a Walmart… So that is the associated fee and consequence of Donald Trump.”

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