"The United States says it was one of three countries to vote against a U.N. resolution condemning the glorification of Nazism..."
And why would that be?
"...due to this resolution's overly narrow scope and politicized nature, and because it calls for unacceptable limits on the fundamental freedom of expression, the United States cannot support it," (Deputy U.S. Representative to the Economic and Social Council Stefanie) Amadeo said..."This resolution's recommendations to limit freedom of expression, freedom of association, and the right to peaceful assembly contravene the principles enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights."
Freedom of expression...human rights. Right. Nazi freedom of expression. Like this:
Freedom of expression, from a President who openly threatens violence against his opponents and demands that a comedy show be silenced because it reflected poorly on his barbaric behavior. Human rights, from an administration that throws children into concentration camps. That was another example, of course, of Nazis using their "freedom of expression."
The abomination of the Trump administration taking the side of Nazis over and over again is only compounded by the cynical use of liberal values to defend its nauseating behavior. But of course, news like this is utterly unimportant to the mainstream press, that would rather run another hundred or two stories about "Democrats in disarray," or how the Democratic party is destroying itself if it champions government actions that the overwhelming majority of non-billionaires who live in this country favor. And that is why this malignant traitor might very well win re-election, as soon as a Democratic candidate is chosen so the press can decide on its Hillary's e-mails obsession for 2020.