It’s one of history’s great ironies that the party calling itself Democratic has become so allergic to democracy that its leaders spend all their time trying to reverse the results of the 2016 election using money from dot com billionaires.
Here’s Rep. Clyburn, who has experienced as many democratic elections as Kim Jong-un.
The third-ranking Democrat in the House on Tuesday called President Donald Trump and his family “the greatest threats to democracy of my lifetime,” saying Congress needed to do more to respond to the president’s attempts to undermine American institutions.
Responding to Trump’s renewed attacks on the late Sen. John McCain, Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., went so far as to resurface his previous comparison of the president’s actions to those of Hitler.
In an interview with NBC News, Clyburn noted that he had once been asked if he has ever seen a toxic political climate like today’s, and that while he hadn’t, he has studied ones like it.
“Adolf Hitler was elected chancellor of Germany. And he went about the business of discrediting institutions to the point that people bought into” it,” he said.
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