Infotainment industry doubles down on claim of ‘subliminal’ Nazi messaging from White House


Hysteria has come to America, and only rational thought can save us now.

Much of this bewildering gibberish comes to us directly from the mainstream media, of course, and their never-ending quest to whip up some sort of action to cover, selling extravagantly-priced advertising real estate all along the way.

Now, after two mass shootings over the weekend, one linked to white supremacy, the infotainment industry described above is doing their damndest to rile the citizens of this nation.  They want fervor and flailing, and they know that the quickest, most visceral reaction comes from the most insidious of accusations.

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The mainstream is now openly calling the President of this nation a Nazi and a white supremacist – and they’re conjuring one hell of a conspiracy theory to do so.

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Appearing Tuesday on MSNBC’s Hardball with host Chris Matthews, national security analyst Malcolm Nance suggested white supremacist “foot soldiers” are interpreting the words of President Donald Trump as “subliminal orders in their head” during a segment on the deadly shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.

Here’s what was said:

CHRIS MATTHEWS: Malcolm, your feelings and thoughts on the last couple days? I haven’t talked to you since these [shootings] have happened.

MALCOLM NANCE: I think that we’re finally in for a great societal change where we’re finally addressing this issue. I wrote a book last year called The Plot to Destroy Democracy, and one of the chapters, I led off with the massacre of 68 children in Norway by the original white supremacist terrorist who created the concept of this terrorist manifesto — Anders Behring Breivik. And he did that because he thought “The Great Replacement” was underway in Norway and that the government was allowing unbridled immigration into that country. So in his trial, he said he massacred those children because he wanted to eliminate the next generation of liberal leadership from Norway as a warning. This country has had several of these mass incidents, but I think we’re overdue for a Breivik-style real massacre of a political nature…

These people feel that they are the foot soldiers and executors of what the disenfranchisement that the white race is feeling, and Donald Trump is giving them subliminal orders in their head. They are no different than the mobilized, self-starting, self-radicalized terrorists of ISIS here in the United States and Europe, who take cars and drive down streets. It’s just that they have a permissive environment in which they can get firearms and go out and attack their perceived enemies.

Just yesterday, NBC News national security contributor Frank Figliuzzi belied a similar belief about secret Nazi symbolism allegedly emanating from The White House, when he claimed that President Trump’s decision to fly the flags at half mast for the victims of these tragedies was coded message to white Supremacists.

His cockamamy theory arises from the use of “88” in Neo-Nazi culture, with “H” being the 8th letter of the alphabet, and, subsequently “88” is interpreted as to mean “Heil Hitler”.

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