White supremacist hate groups, alt-right and the far right are American terrorists — Nazi sympathizers pretending to be soldiers.

White supremacists believe white people should have power over all other races — believe their way is the only way. They push their radical, racist agenda and perpetrate acts of violence against innocent Americans.

Groups like the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers, Loyal White Knights, Three Percenters, National Socialist Movement, Ku Klux Klan and Neo-Nazi National Alliance are just a few far right groups. Some call for the eradication of Jews, Blacks, Muslims and other non-white races, making America a whites only society. They claim to uphold the Constitution, but their objective is deconstructing America’s democracy to embrace oligarchy, autocracy, fascism and a dictatorship.

Donald Trump spreads fear, hate, discord, divisiveness and violence, encouraging those who don’t believe in democracy. The American Nazi Party embraces Adolf Hitler’s belief that whites are superior. Some wear t-shirts asserting six million killed were not enough, referring to the Holocaust. The RWDS group stands for “Right Wing Death Squad.”

Thousands of patriotic Americans fought and died fighting Hitler’s army in World War II. Hitler wrote a book, “Mein Kampf” (“My Struggle”), the bible to neo-Nazis and white supremacists.

Trump is following Hitler’s playbook, making a mockery of the laws of our democracy. Destroying America from within and lowering expectations of truthfulness. Undermining good journalism and the media by saying it’s fake.

Deceitful Republican propaganda has undermined trust in fair elections and the peaceful transfer of power.

Deanne Danforth, Wilton

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