In yet another display of blissful elitist ignorance, a Hollywood actress has decided to chime in on the ongoing feud between President Donald Trump and his former chief strategist, Breitbart head Steve Bannon.
Patricia Arquette, who became famous after her acting debut in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 in 1987, is playing the typical “all/most Republicans are Nazis” game by suggesting that the president and his former adviser are struggling to maintain their hold on alleged loyalty from white supremacists.
The response by Twitter use Greg Curtner is about as spot-on as it gets.
As president, Trump has done the Jewish people a massive service by unapologetically defending Israel’s claim to Jerusalem — not exactly something a Nazi would likely endorse. Bannon, for all of his controversy, essentially capitalized on the talent and popularity of two Jewish contributors: namely Ben Shapiro and Milo Yiannopolous.
While it’s true that both Shapiro and Yiannopolous have since moved on to start their own ventures, both men saw their popularity surge during their tenure with Breitbart. Why an alleged Nazi would invest so much time making two Jews immensely famous is something we’re still struggling to figure out…
~ Facts Not Memes