The new abnormal Co-hosts Danielle Moodie And Andy Levy say that Donald Trump’s recent comments about undocumented immigrants “poisoning the blood of our country” show that he is no longer just playing with white supremacists, but fully supporting them.
“There is literally no way to listen to this without hearing white supremacy.” Moodie says. “I don’t know what kind of breach the Republicans would put themselves in, but we can go back to before and they nominated a guy who said, ‘I’m David Duke without the baggage.'”
“He’s been through the last six months or so…His illusions have become more and more clear, like QAnon. It’s unreal,” Raise added.
Both agreed that Trump was sounding more and more “Hitler-like.”
Also Katherine Stewart, author of the book The Power Worshipers: In the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism, talks about how Trump has aligned himself with religious nationalists, who portray themselves as the most persecuted group in America.
“They are weaponizing all of this resentment, and supporting Trump has become a test of these fundamental loyalties. That’s why he survived so many scandals,” she says.