An apparent Donald Trump supporter seemingly executed an epic troll for the ages at an “Impeach Trump March” in Chicago, reciting a speech made up of nothing but Adolf Hitler quotes and actually getting protesters to applaud.

According to BizPac Review, the pro-Trump trickster, identified as a Trump supporter named “Shad,” began his speech like this:

"Ladies, Gentleman, and non-binary members of this congregation,

I would like to thank everyone for coming out today to support the constitutional rule of law, I stand here today, a veteran of these United States armed forces, and a proud 21st century patriot. I would like to take this opportunity to talk about this oppressive regime, and the repressive regime that constitutes capitalism as a whole.

We are Socialists, we are enemies of the capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, rights its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions."

He was met with applause from the anti-Trump protesters, who were seemingly unaware that entire last paragraph is a 1927 quote attributed to Hitler.


Shad continued to quote Hitler to great fanfare from his far-left audience:

"Benefit to the community precedes benefit to the individual ... The state should retain supervision and each property owner should consider himself appointed by the state. It is his duty not to use his property against the interests of others among his own people. This is the crucial matter. This American Nation will always retain its right to control the owners of property ... A policy of laissez-faire in this sphere is not only cruelty to the individual guiltless victims but also to the nation as a whole.

For there is one thing we must never forget ... the majority can never replace the man.

Life is like a mirror, if you frown at it, it frowns back, if you smile it returns the greeting.

Donald Trump seems to think that if you tell a big enough lie, and tell it frequently enough, that it will be believed. It's not the truth that matters, but victory."

The reactions online were exactly what you'd expect:


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