Calif. DNC Member Wonders How to 'Deprogram 75 Million People,' Suggests 'Post-WWII' Era German Re-Education

Nick Kangadis | November 20, 2020
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The far-left is completely out of their minds. Actual members of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) are spouting conspiracy theories on social media, and these platforms find what they’re saying perfectly legitimate despite regularly censoring President Donald Trump’s tweets.

“Elected DNC Member” David Atkins posted a Twitter thread earlier in the week in which he asked how to “deprogram 75 million people” — referring to Trump supporters — and that “We have to start thinking in terms of post-WWII Germany or Japan.

Atkins is intimating that Trump supporters are akin to the German people in post-Nazi Germany who allowed the Nazis to run rampant over their country in the 1930s and 1940s.

Basically, if you’re a Trump supporter, Atkins apparently thinks you’re the worst of the worst and need to be George Orwell-style “reeducated” — nothing new for members of the extreme far-left.

Further down in the thread, Atkins acknowledged that what he was saying was “out of line,” but continued to degrade anyone that isn’t left-of-center.

It’s ironic that Atkins calls people who don’t think exactly like him guilty of pushing “conspiracy theories while literally pushing conspiracy theories of his own.

Towards the end of his Twitter thread rant, Atkins attempted to walk back his comments by claiming that “I’m not advocating ‘re-education camps’ or anything like that.”

It’s funny that Atkins thinks “conservative infotainment is disinformation  propaganda” considering pretty much all major “news outlets” on television are run by the left.

And Atkins’ claim that social media enables speech he doesn’t like? I guess he hasn’t been paying attention to all the censorship of pretty much anyone who questions the validity of the radical media and social media narrative.

Once again, rules for thee, but not for me.

H/T: Daily Caller