Posted: 14 Apr 2017 10:41 AM PDT
Last night, I wrote about the over-the-top criticism of Sean Spicer’s misstatement about Hitler and the use of chemical weapons. Spicer shouldn’t have compared Hitler favorably to Assad on this score, but to suggest that his comment shows latent anti-Semitism, or makes him a Holocaust denier, is slanderous.
Alan Dershowitz agrees. Indeed, he takes the analysis further, finding that those trying to make political hay out of Spicer’s misstatement are the ones showing insufficient sensitivity to the Holocaust.
Foremost among the exploiters is the Democratic National Committee:
Few will be surprised that Nancy Pelosi is also exploiting the Holocaust for political purposes:
Here’s the main difference between Spicer’s statement and the Democrats’ response:
Unfortunately, I doubt there is any such thing as a bi-partisan issue these days. Not for the Democrats and not for a great many Republicans. Statements and positions are rarely judged based on their merit; instead they are judged based on which side said or took them.
Via Hot Air.