Watch: MAGA GOP candidate tells Diamond and Silk mask mandates are 'indoctrinating' kids to become Nazi stormtroopers
A pro-Trump conspiracy theory-pushing Republican congressional candidate is falsely claiming mask mandates and Critical Race Theory (CRT) are being used to “indoctrinate” school children into becoming Nazi stormtroopers.
“They indoctrinate them in the classroom,” Pastor Mark Burns, told far-right-wing activists Diamond and Silk. “That’s exactly what’s happening with Critical Race Theory. That’s exactly what’s happening with these mask mandates.”
“They are teaching children that socialism is okay, but conservatism is evil and it is wrong. And it is simply a picture of what’s going to happen in America. Exactly what happened in the late 1920s, in the early 1930s,” said Burns, who is running for a U.S. House of Representatives seat from South Carolina.
“And guess what? These children grew up to become stormtroopers, these troopers – these children – grew up to become, you know, assassinators, they became the death chamber leaders. They were the those that led the mass killing of the Jews, they were trained while they were in school that Jews were wrong and bad and evil, and Germany was right and good, and so it is exactly what’s happening today. History is repeating itself.”
Watch, via Right Wing Watch:
MAGA pastor/GOP congressional candidate Mark Burns says that mask mandates and critical race theory are training schoolchildren to become Nazi Stormtroopers: "It is exactly what is happening today. History is repeating itself."pic.twitter.com/90BDG1Gicz— Right Wing Watch (@Right Wing Watch) 1644251652
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