Here is some of how the news agency Reuters reported Trump's rally this evening in Durham, New Hampshire :
"Donald Trump, the Republican presidential frontrunner, said on Saturday that undocumented immigrants were "poisoning the blood of our country," repeating language that has previously drawn criticism as xenophobic and echoing of Nazi rhetoric......Jason Stanley, a Yale professor and author of a book on fascism, said Trump's repeated use of that language was dangerous. He said Trump's words echoed the rhetoric of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, who warned against German blood being poisoned by Jews in his political treatise "Mein Kampf"."
The Houston Democracy Project tries to keep it local......But this is local.
How is any local elected official who supports this guy for President of the United States anything other than a threat to public safety in Houston and Harris County? There is no public safety without democracy.
We are being told out loud and clear as day what is on the way. It's up to each of us to push back & protect ourselves, the people in our lives & our values.
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