Today in Breitbart Comments: Breitbarters go all-out Nazi after learning that HBO blabber Bill Maher has declared that he would vote for Hillary Clinton even if she were dead rather than pull the lever for the “#TangerineNightmare” that is Donald Trump.
But none of those things seem to be issues for Breitbarters, whose critiques of Maher center around a rather different set of, er, concerns. By which I mean that what they say about Maher sounds an awful lot like what one might expect to hear from the literal Adolf Hitler, were he alive today and commenting on Breitbart (and for all we know he is).
A “Kapo,” Wikipedia tells us, “was a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp who was assigned by the SS guards to supervise forced labor or carry out administrative tasks.”
Other Breitbarters have convinced themselves that Maher, in addition to being a “bagelite,” is also gay:
Maher, for what it’s worth, was raised Catholic. “Until his early teens,” Wikipedia notes, “he was unaware that his mother … was Jewish.” Though he’s been dogged by rumors that he’s gay, he says he’s not (not that there’s anything wrong with that).
Also, Muslims as a group don’t throw gay people off roofs any more than Christians as a group bomb abortion clinics. ISIS has thrown gay people off of roofs; extremist pro-lifers have bombed abortion clinics. Neither ISIS militants nor pro-life bombers represent the entire religions whose tenets they profess to follow.
That said, I should note that not all Breitbarters went with the “gay Jew” angle. Some offered thoughtful commentary on human mortality:
One might be tempted to label Breitbart a “basket of deplorables,” in the parlance of our time But that’s an understatement, to put it mildly. To borrow a metaphor from Twitter’s @OhNoSheTwitnt, Breitbert is more like a “gigantic burning dumpster of reprehensibles.”