One former Deep State operative just crossed the line with this comparison

The left is losing their minds over President Trump’s immigration enforcement.

Their hysteria is now reaching a fever pitch.

And one former high level Deep State operative just crossed the line when he made this offensive comparison.

Former CIA and NSA Director Michael Hayden compared the Trump administration’s immigration enforcement to Nazi Concentration Camps.

When some on Twitter questioned if the former Deep State operative was under the influence of controlled substances, Hayden’s response suggested he may have been imbibing.

Hayden went on CNN to defend his outrageous comparison by telling them “he wanted to grab people’s attention.”

But in reality Hayden’s comparison downplays the horrific nature of the Holocaust.

Breitbart reports:

Hayden was hailed by Trump’s critics — but criticized by other observers, such as Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz, who called his tweet “a form of Holocaust denial.”

Hayden tried to defend his use of the image on CNN on Monday morning, saying he wanted to “grab people’s attention.” He apologized, somewhat: “If I overachieved [sic] by comparing it to Birkenau, I apologize to anyone who may have felt offended,” he told CNN.

The Holocaust analogy is deeply offensive to Jews, six million of whom were murdered by the Nazis merely for being Jews. They had not crossed an international border illegally; in many cases they were patriotic citizens of Germany and other nations that collaborated in their murder.

When the U.S. Border Patrol separates children from parents who are arrested, it is to protect the children, and help them, with the intention of reuniting them with their families. When the guards at death camps like Birkenau separated children, it was to lead them to the gas chambers.

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