Challenged by CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer over his incendiary comparisons of President Trump to Hitler, Beto O’Rourke responded, “find me a better analogy.”

Robert Francis is, much like the rest of his resistance party, ill-educated in history and has a track record of comparing everything – global warming, immigration enforcement, what the President had for breakfast – to Hitler and Nazi Germany.

Blitzer pointed out that some lawmakers on both sides of the aisle bristle at the analogy.

Not Beto, who longs to convince voters that he’s a tough guy willing to stand up to the President, despite the fact that his nickname is one letter removed from spelling ‘Beta.’

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Wolf Challenges Beto

Blitzer, for all of his obvious flaws as a CNN employee, repeatedly presses O’Rourke on the comparisons asking, “Is that not going too far to make a comparison between the President of the United States and the Nazis?”

Beto responded by pushing his own brand of propaganda and false narratives to smear the President.

“Find me a better analogy,” he demanded, “of another leader of a western democracy describing all people of one religion as inherently defective, or disqualified, or dangerous … That is what the president has done when it came to Muslims.”

False: Trump was referring to Islamic extremists and sought to implement a travel ban from countries harboring terrorist activity. The fact that some of these countries coincided with Islamic extremism is an unfortunate, but nor untrue, relationship.

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“Seeking to ban all Muslims from this country, repeating the lie that Mexican immigrants pose a violent risk to this country — calling them animals and predators and rapists and criminals,” the Texas Democrat continued.

False – Trump said illegals from Mexico pose a threat, something easily documented through numerous stories of criminal activity and deaths by gang violence or DUI – something Beto is quite familiar with – at the hands of illegal aliens. The President was also provably referring to MS-13 gang members as ‘animals,’ not simply ‘Mexican immigrants.’

“Whether it is what he said about Muslims or immigrants or the way he treats women of color in this country, or the fact that he described Klansman and Neo-Nazis as very fine people, we can’t fail to connect the dots and draw the conclusion about the danger that President Trump poses to this country,” O’Rourke added.

False – Beto is repeating an easily debunked media lie about the Charlottesville hoax.

Beto’s Nazi Obsession

Blitzer’s pushback was sparked by the Democrat’s most recent analogizing of President Trump to Adolf Hitler and 1930s Germany.

In a discussion with MSNBC host Al Sharpton, O’Rourke compared the President’s strategy in Syria to Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi Minister of Propaganda.

“President Trump, perhaps inspired by Goebbels and the propagandists of the Third Reich, seems to employ this tactic that the bigger the lie, the more obscene the injustice,” claimed Beto. “The more dizzying the pace of this bizarre behavior, the less likely we are to be able to do something about it.”

O’Rourke said this without realizing that every time he compares Republicans and the President to Hitler, he is telling a lie, with each growing bigger and bigger every time he opens his mouth, in order to create a false and obscene sense of injustice.

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This past spring, O’Rourke compared President Trump’s rhetoric on illegal immigration to something you might expect to hear during the Third Reich.

The AOC wannabe also pushed the narrative that environmental activists are just like those who stormed the beaches of Normandy while architects of the Green New Deal are just like those who defeated the Nazis.

When you come off sounding like a less-intelligent version of Ocasio-Cortez, you know it’s time to hang up the ol’ political career. Even Wolf Blitzer recognizes that Beto is an unhinged basketcase.