Congresswoman Mary Miller issued an apology last week after a comment she made about Adolf Hitler during a “Save the Republic Rally” outside the U.S. Capitol.
Miller, the Illinois Republican, has insisted her comments at the rally were taken out of context. She said some politicians are “trying to intentionally twist my words into something antithetical to my beliefs” and insisted she is “pro-Israel,” according to CNN.
The report said Miller seemed to be reading from a text that had already been prepared. She told the audience it is up to each generation to instill values into the next generation. “Hitler was right on one thing. He said, ‘Whoever has the youth has the future.’ Our children are being propagandized,” she said.
The backlash was swift, and some have called on her to resign.
Senator Tammy Duckworth, a Democrat from Miller’s state, called her remarks “absolutely repugnant, obscene, and unacceptable for any American – let alone a supposed ‘leader’ serving in Congress.” She said such a comment was “disqualifying for an American-elected official.”
Miller, who won the 15th Congressional District of Illinois in November, told her constituents she would stand for “our God-given constitutional rights, the rule of law and a culture of freedom.” 
“I sincerely apologize for any harm my words caused and regret using a reference to one of the most evil dictators in history to illustrate the dangers that outside influences can have on our youth. This dark history should never be repeated,” she said.
TRENDPOST: Why was it wrong for someone to say they believed Hitler was correct in his belief that “Whoever has the youth has the future”?
This is, in fact, one of our Top Trends for 2021: “Youth Revolution.” We forecast this trend to illustrate the power this demographic has and how important they are in shaping future socio-political movements.
However, in today’s narrow-minded, “politically correct” world, censorship is the new ABnormal.
Gerald Celente has been noting since the coronavirus hysteria broke out in February that history is in many ways repeating itself. Just as the masses of people obediently obeyed Mussolini, saluted Stalin, and heiled Hitler, they have done so by believing in their political leaders. Today’s leaders have marched them off to fight in the COVID War. 
When Celente ridiculed the masses for obeying their leaders rather than questioning them with facts and said in one of his Trends in the News broadcasts, “All aboard, next train to Auschwitz… and put on that mask,” he was censored by Linkedin.

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