VIDEO: Democrats Interrupt Anti-Trump Protesters With Anti-Immigration Rhetoric. It's Awkward.

The latest video from street journalist Austen Fletcher, AKA Fleccas, is a compilation of anti-Trump protesters comparing President Donald Trump to a Nazi and espousing other hyperbolic nonsense while being intermittently interrupted with prominent Democrats — such as former President Barack Obama, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton — unloading what the Left would describe as anti-immigrant rhetoric.

It's pretty awkward.

For example, a male protester says that "there should be no restrictions on immigration." Then the video cuts to Obama saying, "I think the American people, they appreciate and believe in immigration, but they can't have a situation where you just have half a million people pouring over the border without any kind of mechanism to control it."

In another example, a female protester explains: "There are no illegal people." Then Senator Schumer is shown saying, "Illegal immigration is wrong, plain and simple," adding, "When we use phrases like 'undocumented workers,' we convey a message to the American people that their government is not serious about combating illegal immigration, which the American people overwhelmingly oppose. If you don't think it's illegal you're not going to say it. I think it is illegal and wrong. And we have to change it."

Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is also shown in the video. "Look, I've voted numerous times to spend money to build a barrier to try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in," she says.

That sure sounds like an endorsement for "The Wall." Hillary must be Literally Hitler, too.

Other protesters in the video frame anyone who disagrees with their open border ideology as Nazis and members of the KKK. Nazis "don't wear armbands anymore, they wear suits and jerseys," says one protester, gesturing to Fleccas, who is in a jersey.

"Everyone who disagrees with me is a Nazi" is not just a meme, folks, it's rooted in the Left's actual rhetoric.



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