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Arizona State Rep. Compares Obama to Hitler on Facebook

"The Chief Executive is being an Imperial President."

Brenda Barton has drawn criticism for a Facebook post that appears to compare Obama to Hitler. (Image Source: Facebook)

An Arizona state representative appeared to compare President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler in a Monday Facebook post that's drawing controversy.

"Someone is paying the National Park Service thugs overtime for their efforts to carry out the order of De Fuhrer... where are our Constitutional Sheriffs who can revoke the Park Service Rangers authority to arrest??? Do we have any Sheriffs with a pair?" state Rep. Brenda Barton (R) posted on Facebook Monday.

Image Source: Facebook

Fuhrer is a German term for leader, often associated with Hitler.

In a followup post, she said "The Chief Executive is being an Imperial President."

Image Source: Facebook

The posts have reportedly been heavily criticized by Democrats and others in the community.

Nonetheless, Barton said she stands by her comments in an interview with the Arizona Capitol Times.

"He's dictating beyond his authority," she said.

“It’s not just the death camps. [Hitler] started in the communities, with national health care and gun control," Barton continued. "You better read your history. Germany started with national health care and gun control before any of that other stuff happened. And Hitler was elected by a majority of people."

Brenda Barton has drawn criticism for a Facebook post that appears to compare Obama to Hitler. (Image Source: Facebook)

Barton said Obama is leading America toward an imperial dictatorship and that America is beginning to resemble early Nazi Germany, according to the Arizona Capitol Times.

(H/T: Arizona Capitol Times)

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