Liberal CNN propagandist characterizes Vivek Ramaswamy’s reference to replacement migration as ‘dangerous’ ‘Nazi propaganda.’
CNN commentator Van Jones told a panel he was “literally” left shaking after Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy discussed the “Great Replacement” on stage during the fourth GOP debate.
Describing the Trump-supporting candidate’s anti-illegal immigration rhetoric as “very dangerous,” Jones characterized Ramaswamy’s performance as “despicable,” claiming the Indian descendant came close to spewing right-wing “Nazi propaganda.”
Here’s a short transcript of Jones’ remarks courtesy of Mediaite.com:
That guy is dangerous. That’s dangerous. When those people were saying, “Jews will not replace us, Jews will not replace us,” that slogan sits on top of a very sick and twisted view that if you bring enough people of color here, we are so deficient, we are so stupid, we are so unwanted that we will be zombies to fill out the ranks for some Democratic Party agenda that Jewish people are manipulating and driving forward. That leads to violence, that puts at risk Jewish people, that puts at risk people of color. It is wrong…
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“And the smug, condescending way that he just spews this poison out is very, very dangerous because he won’t stop Trump, but he’s going to outlive Trump by about 50 years,” Jones continued breathlessly.
“And you’re watching the rise of an American demagogue that is a very, very despicable person. And I’m literally, I was shaking listening to him talk because a lot of people don’t know that is one step away from Nazi propaganda coming out of his mouth.”
Jones’ criticism of the millionaire entrepreneur came after Ramaswamy delivered an impassioned rant during the debate about confronting the Deep State on multiple fronts, from its Jan. 6 inside job, to the “Great Replacement” (Replacement Migration) tactic, intended to flood Democrat voter rolls with the hordes of migrants illegally entering the US.
“Why am I the only person on this stage, at least, who can say that Jan. 6 now does look like it was an inside job?” Ramaswamy said at one point during the debate, prompting cheers from the audience.
“…That the government lied to us for 20 years about Saudi Arabia’s involvement in 9/11? That the Great Replacement theory is not some grand right-wing conspiracy theory, but a basic statement of the Democratic Party’s platform? That the 2020 election was indeed stolen by Big Tech?” he continued.
Ramaswamy elaborated on his “Great Replacement” point in a subsequent Twitter – now X – post.
“The ‘conspiracization’ of ‘The Great Replacement Theory’ is the standard left-wing playbook: transparently advance a toxic policy, then label it a conspiracy theory when the other side contests the merits of it,” the GOP candidate wrote.
“We need a real debate on whether intentionally facilitating mass illegal migration to change this country is good for America or not – because that’s exactly what’s happening. I think it’s bad, but if the left believes this is a good thing, they should make the case for it.”
Ramaswamy later joined Jones’ fake news network following the debate:
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