Trump supporter tricks anti-fascist demonstrators into applauding Hitler quotes (VIDEO)
A Trump supporter posing as a protester managed to trick anti-fascist demonstrators in Chicago into applauding a speech riddled with quotes from Adolf Hitler. The trickster is aiming to take his “troll campaign” to other cities as well.
When anti-Trump protesters gathered for the ‘Impeach Trump March’ in Chicago earlier this month, the scene was what you might expect.
Demonstrators shouted “The people united will never be defeated!” and held signs reading “Impeach Trump” and “There comes a time when silence is betrayal.”
The messages coming from the group’s megaphone included: “No! In the name of humanity, we refuse to accept a fascist America.”
However, things got interesting once the megaphone was passed over to Shad Daley, a Trump supporter who went undercover with a trick up his sleeve – Hitler quotes.
It didn’t take long for him to rattle off eight quotes, one of which said “the state should retain supervision and each property owner should consider himself appointed by the state.”
Another, taken from Hitler’s book Mein Kampf, said: “For there is one thing we must never forget, the majority can never replace the man.”
“It’s not the truth that matters, but victory,” Daley shouted into the megaphone.
The anti-fascist protesters were apparently oblivious to the ruse, however, and applauded Daley at the end of his speech.
Afterwards, the person filming Daley – who was clearly in on the secret – turned the camera on himself.
“Everyone just applauded Adolf Hitler,” he said, laughing.
As for Daley, he’s eager to keep the “troll campaign” going in other cities.
“I won’t be able to get away with this in Chicago for too much longer, but I can certainly get away with it in other cities (for the time being),” he wrote.
“If you can spare a few bucks, I’ll continue to humiliate publicly the mentally ill, liberal-minded community,” Daley continued.
“We’re winning the great meme war, and, with colorful illustrations like this, we will continue to push them into the background, and hopefully continue to discredit their party as a whole,” he said.
Dailey explained that any money received will go towards funding his travel, helping him obtain new equipment, and “dragging a partner or two with me to assist.”