Donald Trump’s supporters can only blame themselves if he is being labelled as a Nazi unfairly; their behaviour has justified it.

Just look at this:

I tend to agree with Canary suprema Kerry-Anne Mendoza, who tweeted: “If someone has to stop you breaking into a sieg heil, you’re a straight-up Nazi. Period.”

Another phenomenon currently sweeping the online world is the challenge to describe Mr Trump in words that will fit a line in Mary Poppins‘ most famous song. Such as:

And I still like this one, which I already used but who’s counting, right? Here it is:

Some might say that all this Nazi imagery and criticism of Mr Trump as a Nazi himself – or at least a Nazi sympathiser – is entirely over the top.

I wouldn’t argue with that.

But when so many people come to the same conclusion from so many different directions, you have to consider that it might also be accurate. Time will tell.

… But his anti-abortion executive order, restricting women’s rights over their own bodies, certainly goes a long way toward confirming it:

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