Stephen King warns Trump supporters of chilling future

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You have to give unhinged liberals credit, when they sink their teeth into a politically convenient narrative they put pit bulls to shame with their staying power.

Author Stephen King took to social media on Sunday to speak out against detaining those who illegally enter the United States, effectively comparing President Donald Trump and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to Nazis.

“First, you stoke hatred and fear of minorities,” King tweeted. “Then you round them up and put them in camps. Next, you send out raiding parties to get those who have been driven into hiding. The armbands come next right?”

Comparing Trump to Adolph Hitler has become a common trait from the side that’s far more likely to emanate fascist behavior.

The difference is, as a social media user noted, King is intelligent enough to know better. But then, King could be a poster boy for the Trump Derangement Syndrome crowd.

King uses his celebrity status to stoke fears in those too limited or too lazy to discern the truth for themselves — or are simply looking for like-minded people who feel the same way they do.

Mark Ashworth tweeted: “You are far too smart to b this historically illiterate. Maybe your faculties are waning. “Armbands?” C’mon man. That’s insane.”

According to a responding Twitter account that has all the characteristics of a bot, the MAGA hats are the equivalent to armbands.

It’s because of individuals like Steve King and others in Hollywood, not to mention the Democratic Party, that the simple act of wearing a MAGA hat may result in the person receiving a beat down in the streets of America.

Those doing the beating telling their victims love trumps hate, even as they pummel them into the ground.

Speaking of feeble minded people, there are plenty out there circulating a photo of a German POW camp in World War Two, comparing it to ICE detention centers.

The only commonality being a chain-link fence, but then, the left doesn’t need much to establish a false narrative. We learned that much with “hands up, don’t shoot.”

Here’s a sampling of other responses from those who expected more from King, or who are smart enough not to be led around by their noses by liberal elitists who feel the need to project their views on others.

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