Apologizing for “Even Hitler Didn’t Use Gas” Comment, Sean Spicer Says He Doesn’t Want to Distract from Trump’s “Attempts to Destabilize” Syria (Twice!)

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Press Secretary Sean Spicer just proved that failure is not only an option, but dumping failure on top of more failure is also an option, one he has now used.

By now you’ve likely heard of his “Hitler gaffe” where while Spicer was attempting to demonize Syrian President Assad to further justify the US’s preemptive march toward a wider war in Syria, he told the press that even Hitler didn’t gas his own people:

“We didn’t use chemical weapons in World War II. Someone who is despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons,” said Spicer.

Although, what some would call a gaffe others would call just a total and utter ignorance of popular history, considering what Spicer went on to say in his embarrassing attempts to further explain his comment:

“He [Hitler] was not using the gas on his own people the same way that Assad is doing. He brought them into the Holocaust centers, I understand that. But (not) in the way that Bashar al-Assad used them where he went into towns, dropped them down, into the middle of towns,” Spicer “clarified”.

People are so blown away by what he said that at this point its been turned into the credits from the HBO show “Veep:

Ironically, sarin was first discovered by IG Farben during World War II, a company being funded and protected by American elitists like the Rockefellers, Harrimans, Fords, etc. who were all pretending to oppose the Nazis while secretly funding both sides of the war. Hitler and his Nazis were the first people ever in modern human history to use sarin gas on people.

But it isn’t even really about Hitler anyway, it’s about the White House’s attempt to demonize Assad to continue the same regime change agenda (and push toward World War III) that Obama spent eight years working on.

So “Holocaust centers” aside, during Spicer’s attempts to apologize for his apology, he let out quite the Freudian slip:

Actually, not once but twice.

Spicer has said that twice now, that Trump and the US’s goal is to destabilize Syria. Here’s another clip from Monday’s press briefing about “the goal for the United States”:

Well… if nothing else Spicer says is, at least that’s the truth.

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