The Nazi party, which is short for the National Socialist German Workers' Party, is as far from conservatism as a creed or a philosophy can be. The political left in America has managed to associate Nazism in the minds of some Americans with its antithesis: small government politics.
Strangely, now a few Americans who identify politically with the far right also identify with ideals espoused by the Nazi party, as demonstrated by the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend. It turned violent when Antifa and Black Lives Matters protesters arrived in the same park, resulting in the death of protester Heather Heyer.
Alex Fields Jr. has been charged with second degree murder after he allegedly drove his car into a crowd of nearly 20 people.
Chris Salcedo explored this baffling development on “The Chris Salcedo Show” today. “There is nothing conservative about Nazis,” he said emphatically. He went on to point out that they did not and do not now stand for anything that the founders of the United States stood for, most notably the idea that all men are created equal.
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