Hillary’s Campaign Spokesman Compares D-Day Soldiers To Antifa
The campaign spokesman for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign compared allied forces during War World II to Antifa protesters Tuesday night.
Brian Fallon, who served as Clinton’s spokesman during her failed 2016 campaign, tweeted out a picture of Allied Forces invading Normandy.
“Also confronted the Nazis without a permit,” Fallon tweeted out along with a picture of the soldiers. Allied soldiers invaded Normandy June 6, 1944, a move that helped them win WWII. About 10,000 soldiers died the first day of the invasion.
Antifa protesters, a collection of various left-wing groups, came out over the weekend to confront white supremacists in Charlottesville Va. Many of the white supremacists came armed to the rally about a Confederate statue of Robert E Lee, while counter protesters showed up with balloons filled with ink and paint. AntiFa also sprayed chemicals at white supremacists as well.
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