Here is CNN:
Former President Donald Trump doubled down on language condemned for its ties to White supremacist rhetoric, saying at a campaign event in New Hampshire on Saturday that immigrants are “poisoning the blood of our country.”
The comments mark another instance of Trump using increasingly violent rhetoric in his campaign messaging. At his most recent campaign event in New Hampshire prior to his appearance Saturday, Trump used the word “vermin” to describe his political rivals, drawing broad condemnation, including from President Joe Biden, who likened his comments to “language you heard in Nazi Germany.”
Trump told a crowd gathered in Durham, New Hampshire, on Saturday that immigrants “from all over the world” are “pouring into the country,” reiterating a phrase he used previously that sparked outcry from the Anti-Defamation League.
“They’re poisoning the blood of our country. That’s what they’ve done,” Trump said. “They poison mental institutions and prisons all over the world, not just in South America … but all over the world. They’re coming into our country, from Africa, from Asia, all over the world.”
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Below is an article from the Chattanooga Daily Times published on April 9, 1933. In the second column it references several points of the “Nazi program.”
“Only a member of our own people may be a citizen. Our own people are only those of German blood without references to confession. Therefore no Jew may be a member of our people.” …While the twenty-fourth point is as follows: “We demand freedom for all religious sects in the state so far as they do not endanger the state of work against the customs and morals of the German race…” Amplifying this point the official commentary on national socialist policy says: “Furthermore, we believe that our program cannot be carried out until the bacillus which is poisoning our blood and our soul has been exterminated; it is against the Jew who has led our people astray and against the Jewish spirit which has poisoned German people, that a merciless battle must be waged. And that means at the same time a battle of all spirituality and physically productive workers against the drones and parasites.”
It is getting harder and harder, if not impossible, for a Christian to support this man: