Spicer told reporters at the daily briefing that even “someone as despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.” When asked by a reporter to clarify his statement, Spicer absolved Hitler by saying: “I think when you come to sarin gas – Hitler was not using the gas on his own people the same way that Assad is doing.”
I’m afraid I have to agree with Spicer on that. Hitler never gassed German Jews – instead he allowed them to settle in British occupied Palestine. Last year, former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone confirmed that historical fact too.
Then Spicer explained that there were no Nazis concentration camps. He claimed those were Holocaust centers.
“Hitler brought them into the Holocaust centers, I understand that. What I am saying in the way that Assad used them, where he went into towns, dropped them down to innocent, into the middle of towns, it was brought – so the use of it. And I appreciate the clarification there. That was not the intent,” said Spicer.
On April 11, Zack Beauchamp at Jewish propaganda site Vox, slammed Spicer’s claim that Hitler didn’t sink to the level of Assad was sort of whitewashing Hitler’s crimes against Jews even though no Jew died as result of the recent chemical attack inside pro-Israel rebels held Khan Sheikhdom.
I’m sure Beauchamp knows Benjamin Netanyahu absolved Hitler of Holocaust last year. Netanyahu and Bennet who supported US missile attack initially, have sent medical units to treat victims of the so-called chemical attack.
Minutes after the news briefing Spicer was chased by the organized Jewry. Steven Goldenstein, executive director Anne Frank Center demanded the resignation of Spicer. “Spicer’s statement is the most evil slur upon a group of people we have ever heard from a White House press secretary. Sean Spicer now lacks the integrity to serve as White House press secretary, and President Trump must fire him at once,” he said in a statement.
In order to please his Jewish masters to save his job – Spicer has made several attempts to clarify his earlier statement – but the Holocaust denial hole keeps getting deeper and deeper. For example, Spicer now has changed Syrian being “innocent people” (as if the Jews killed by Nazis were not innocent people) to “population centers”.
In January 2017, Jonathan Greenblatt, the top gun at Israel lobby ADL, had slammed US president Donald Trump over not acknowledging the six million Jews who died in his first Holocaust Day message (here). Incidentally, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau also made a similar political wrong statement in January 2016.