Interest in ‘fascism’ surges in the Trump era

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    Andy Brown
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    Some critics, both on the right and left, have been accusing Trump of harboring totalitarian or fascist tendencies. These anti-Trump voices include Russian dissident Garry Kasparov, Michael Kinsley of Vanity Fair, Peter Bergen of CNN and historian Ruth Ben-Ghiat of New York University — who, by way of example, point to things like Trump’s attacks on judges and the media, his expression of admiration for strongman leaders, and his embrace of ethnic nationalism.

    Shockingly hard numbers on Google, where searches for “fascism” this month have spiked to unprecedented levels and are connected to drumpf searches.

    http://wapo.st/2kD8ajp

    go ahead bacon, you can post about how he’s just exhibiting strong leadership. You are a fool.

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