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Hillary’s Hitler-esque Moment, as Lady Gaga Dresses ‘Like a Nazi’ at Rally

Tuesday, November 8, 2016 11:25
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In what may go down as one of the presidential campaign’s most iconic photographic moments, Hillary Clinton was captured on stage in Raleigh, North Carolina, alongside her adoring Lady Gaga supporter – the latter of whom was dressed in what social media slammed as “Nazi”-like wear.

Breitbart picked up on the odd pairing:

“Pop star Lady Gaga was burned on social media late Monday, with fans furious that the singer “dressed literally like a Nazi” while speaking at Hillary Clinton’s final campaign rally.”

It wasn’t long before social media exploded with news, and condemnations, of the pop star’s choice of clothing. And her ensuing message was all about the militaristic Black Lives Matter movement, and the need to support its all-courts press for government crack-down on community police.

Twitter user Brendan Orsinger wrote: “At a midnight rally 4 @Hillary Clinton, #ladygaga said it loud & clear, twice: #BlackLivesMatter @Blklivesmatter.”

Lady Gaga performed “Angel Down,” a ditty about Trayvon Martin, the black 18-year-old who was shot and killed by the white Ferguson, Missouri, police officer during an act of self-defense. The left used this Ferguson incident to drive the dishonest mantra that police were targeting black citizens to kill – which, in turn, gave rise to the BLM movement.

From Breitbart, once again:

“Before performing her song “Angel Down,” about the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, the singer shouted “Black Lives Matter!” into the microphone, to enthusiastic applause.

“But it was the Grammy-winner’s apparel that received that most reaction on social media.”

How true.

Hillary Clinton and Lady Gaga, in North Carolina. the pop star fielded criticisms for her
Hillary Clinton and Lady Gaga, in North Carolina. the pop star fielded criticisms for her “Nazi”-like attire.

From one Twitter user: “Lady Gaga accidentally dressed like a Nazi at Hillary Clinton’s presidential rally.”

And another: “Lady Gaga is dressed literally like a Nazi … literally. God help us if these ppl win.”

Yet another: “Gaga rly wore a designer outfit that resembles a Nazi to a presidential rally …”

And one more: “Why did Lady Gaga think dressing up as a nazi to support a candidate was smart?”

Another: “What in the hell is @ladygaga wearing? Why does she look like a Nazi?”

Yet another: “Did no one say to Lady Gaga, ‘Hey, that’s a great outfit but maybe something less … what’s the word I’m looking for? … oh yeah ‘less Nazi.’”

And finally: “Lady Gaga dressed like a Nazi at Hillarys NC rally … And they kept saying Trump was Hitler??”

The choice of attire was especially interesting given a meme that’s been circulating about Clinton’s own oft-odd apparel decisions.

The caption for this meme reads:
The caption for this meme reads: “That Suit You Wear … When You’re Ready to Take Over the World.”

The meme’s text reads: “That Suit You Wear …” And then it contains an image of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, an image of the Dr. Evil character in the Austin Powers’ movies, and an image of Clinton – all wearing the nearly identical gray pant suit with long jacket. The rest of the text?

It reads, in full: “That Suit You Wear … When You’re Ready to Take Over the World.”

The post Hillary’s Hitler-esque Moment, as Lady Gaga Dresses ‘Like a Nazi’ at Rally appeared first on The Geller Report.

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