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‘We need to turn Trump Hotels into prisons for his supporters’ — Radical left-wingers like Keith Olbermann call for purge of Trump supporters

Extreme-left media personalities in the United States are calling for Trump supporters to be imprisoned and re-educated, as they eagerly await Joe Biden’s presumptive presidential inauguration on Jan. 20, 2021.

In a recent video segment posted to his YouTube channel, Keith Olbermann, a former sports and political commentator at ESPN and MSNBC, respectively, called for the many buildings owned by US President Donald Trump’s to be converted into prisons for his supporters.

During his melodramatic, hate-filled rant, the extreme-left political commentator accused the Trump administration of being "criminally guilty" of trying to privatize the federal government, "criminally negligent" in the deaths of 250,000 Americans, and  "criminally liable" for what he described as the "current attempted coup".



“We also want as many members as possible of this corrupt, immoral, anti-democratic, outgoing administration indicted, arrested, tried, and imprisoned,” Olbermann said.

“We want enough of them in there that they can hold reunions and birthday parties. We want the prisons so filled with Trumps and Trump flunkies and Trump apologists and Trump enablers that we have to convert Trump buildings into new goddamn Trump prisons.”

Although Trump was often accused of "authoritarian" behavior and even called a Nazi, the left-wing figures such as Olbermann are now openly calling for mass incarceration of his political opponents. However, he is far from the only left-wing extremist with authoritarian proclivities to pursue this kind of rhetoric.  

Other blue-checked marked extremists like David Atkins, a regional director for California Democrats and an elected member of the Democratic National Committee, alluded to the suggestion of Trump supporters being sent to re-education camps.

“No seriously… how *do* you deprogram 75 million people? Where do you start? Fox? Facebook?” Atkins asked in a Twitter post. “We have to start thinking in terms of post-WWII Germany or Japan. Or the failures of Reconstruction in the South,” he added.



Atkins then called Trump voters a “conspiracy theory fueled belligerent death cult against reality and basic decency” that “people are gonna try to figure out how to defend themselves” from.

 Further down on the same thread, another verified user called for “Nuremberg trials”.



Others called for “reeducation camps for those salvageable” and “firing squads for irredeemable malcontents”.

Since 2016, the mainstream press has played a crucial role in legitimizing violence against Trump supporters.

In light of the violence committed against Trump supporters at the ‘Million MAGA March’ earlier this month, Republicans on the House Oversight Committee last week called for a hearing into the matter.

Far-left extremists were seen attacking Trump supporters – including women, children, families, and the elderly – as the made their way back to their cars and hotels after the march, Remix News reported.

Shortly after Nov. 3, prominent Democrats were promoting a Trump Accountability Project, which would blacklist Trump supporters and people who worked for the administration, which was backed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Jennifer Rubin, a Washington Post columnist, threatened that they have a "list" of those who worked for Trump in echoes of the kind of purges seen in Soviet and Nazi times of political opponents. 



Source: Remix News

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