Speaking during an event on Monday in Minneapolis to promote Obama’s unconstitutional DACA amnesty scheme, Democrat Congressman Keith Ellison, the deputy chairman of the DNC, compared the United States to Nazi Germany under Nazi Germany where Adolph Hitler slaughtered an estimated six million Jews.
Keith Ellison, a Muslim radical formerly known as “Keith X,” who has in the past very strongly supported the anti-Semitic, America-hating Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, was making the case that virtually everyone in America is in some way connected to a foreigner who invaded America illegally and that these people — “our neighbors” — should be given “sanctuary.”
“And if you ask yourself ‘What would I do if I was a gentile in 1941 if my Jewish neighbors were under attack by the Nazis? Would I give them sanctuary?’ You might be about to find out,” Keith Ellison predicted, somehow finding a moral equivalency between deporting illegal aliens and mass genocide.
“So this is not someone else’s fight, this is all of our fight,” Ellison argued. “But some people are in the bullseye and others of us are not exactly the target. Therefore, it is our responsibility to stand up, fight and do the right thing.”
The words are filled with irony coming from Keith Ellison, who in the past has made statements many would consider anti-Semitic himself — someone who has strong ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
“And I’m going to tell you right now,” Ellison continued. “I’m one of the people who believes we should give our neighbors sanctuary,” he revealed.