[I found some photos of some of the comic books Trump has appeared in. I posted them here: http://historyreviewed.best/index.php/5-pics-turning-trump-into-a-cartoon-villain-was-too-successful/ There is some good stuff in there. All these old Jewish and Liberal crybaby scum. Bawling their eyes out every day in their fake tears. Scum. Jan]
Trump comic book exhibits ‘shades’ of Hitler and Nazism, says newspaper’s editorial board
by ALEC SCHEMMEL | The National DeskTuesday, August 16th 2022
MANCHESTER, CONN. (TND) — A Donald Trump-themed comic book for kids and the former president’s ardent supporters remind the editorial board at a daily newspaper in Connecticut "of the Nazi party and its demonic leader taking over Germany."
In an article titled "Our view: Support for Trump at this point is comical," the editorial board at The Journal Inquirer, located in Manchester, Connecticut, set out arguing a Trump-themed comic book exhibits "shades of Adolph Hitler and his Nazi sycophants."
The board even insisted that the "cult-driven comic" and "armed Trump supporters threatening the FBI and other government institutions" carry "a startling reminder of the Nazi party and its demonic leader taking over Germany."
Fox News, which has become a virtual appendage of Donald Trump, recently hosted an advertisement for a comic book extolling The Donald’s supposed virtues. The advertisement suggested the prospective buyer should use the comic to teach their children about Trump," the op-ed begins.
Shades of Adolph Hitler and his Nazi sycophants who took over the government of Germany after gaining only a minority in its parliamentary elections. Add this cult-driven comic to the armed Trump supporters threatening the FBI and other government institutions and you have a startling reminder of the Nazi party and its demonic leader taking over Germany," the piece continued.
The editorial went on to compare "supporters of the Trumpian cult who threaten violence on others" to religious extremist terrorists, such as those who flew planes into the World Trade Center in 2001.
The Journal Inquirer also appears to have come to the conclusion that Trump is already guilty "in stealing, yes stealing, classified documents," even though no charges have been brought forward thus far.
"And his lawyers who are reported to have lied about them should suffer the consequences of their actions, the least of which should be disbarment," the article concludes, pointing to an unverified claim made by anonymous sources to The New York Times that a former lawyer of Trump’s signed a written memo asserting all classified documents being held at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence had been returned to the government.
While the newspaper’s editorial board didn’t name or give much detail about exactly which comic book they were referring to, there is a comic book advertised on Fox News called "The Kids Guide to Donald Trump." In that advertisement, former governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee does tell parents to use the comic to teach their kids about Donald Trump, which is something the Journal Inquirer references in their article.
The National Desk (TND) reached out to The Journal Inquirer’s Managing Editor Chris Powell for comment but did not immediately hear back. If a response is received, this story will be updated.