Crowder Asks Trump Critics To Explain Why They Think Trump’s A ‘Fascist’

Steven Crowder takes Change My Mind to the White House to have real conversations with real people on hot-button issues. In this edition, Trump is not a fascist.

Leftists are the real fascists that they accuse everyone of being that disagrees with them. You just can’t fix stupid…

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The first Trump critic Crowder convinces to sit down is a woman who has determined that Trump is definitively a “fascist.” But when confronted with the dictionary definition of the word, she admits that he doesn’t fully fit the description. Here’s the definition from Merriam-Webster Crowder presents:

A political philosophy, movement, or regime…that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition

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Asked to defend her initial labeling of Trump, she continually returns to his rhetoric about the media being “the enemy of the people.” Though Crowder points out that Trump blasts the “fake news media” rather than all of the media, she dismisses the distinction. Crowder then counters by noting that there’s a big difference between rhetoric and action, and Trump’s actions do not indicate any “suppression” of the media — especially in comparison to his predecessor. More

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