Parkland parent activist Fred Guttenberg is a piece of shit.

I feel bad that the man lost his son but he has turned his grief into hate attacking everyone who didn’t kill his son.

Maybe Guttenberg is ignorant of the situation but it’s his Secretary E-Thot that started that.

According to the NY Post:

In an appearance on NPR’s Friday Roundup Podcast, Fried was asked about having previously referred to the Republican governor an “authoritarian dictator” by co-host Melissa Ross, a reporter at WJCT in Jacksonville.

“He is doing everything possible to take power away from local governments, taking away people’s abilities to protest, making it harder to vote, talking about, you know, banning books,” Fried responded.

“That’s what dictators do. Instead of listening and trying to govern with the people, he is trying to govern over the people, and, you know, that, I’m sorry, I’m a student of history, too. I saw the rise of Hitler.”

Yeah… DeSantis is just like Hitler because he’s against government mandates and creating a two tier society?

But it gets better.

From Florida Politics:

The ADL said Fried’s comments were ‘inappropriate and offensive.’
The Anti-Defamation League of Florida issued a strong statement Sunday rebuking Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried for comparing Gov. Ron DeSantis to Adolf Hitler.

Christina Pushaw mocked Nikki Fried for a statement so obscene that the ADL had to criticize a Democrat on behalf of Ron DeSantis.

And Guttenberg wants her fired for it.

And he doubled down:

I’ll say it again, I feel terrible for Fred Guttenberg for the murder of his son.

That’s not an excuse to be a hyper-partisan, hypocritical piece of shit, who uses his Judaism to attack Ron DeSantis’ press secretary for mocking the antisemitic statement of DeSantis’ Democrat opponent but not criticize Democrat herself.

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9 thoughts on “Fred Guttenberg is still a POS”
    1. The leftists make those clenched-fist salutes all the time. Even use them as symbols for their various puppet movements.

    2. This salute would likely have gotten you in hot water had you given it in Nazi Germany. Wrong arm, fist clenched rather than outstretched, wrong posture, et cetera.

    3. My thought exactly. If Guttenberg thinks Hawley doing the “raised fist” salute refers to the Hitler Youth, is he going to say the same about all of Antifa/BLM?

  1. Guttenberg has used his daughter’s murder to deflect any criticism for his insanity. Contemptible.

    1. And he finds us contemptible.

      Wear that as a badge of honor.

      As Kurt Hoffman wrote, “To be despised by the despicable, is as good as being admired by the admirable.”

  2. First axiom of politics is in full effect here.

    Guttenberg is not upset because of what was said. It was who said it.

    1. Guttenberg’s version of a Patrick Henry quote: “I may not agree with what you say, but I’ll defend with my life my ally’s right to say it. You, on the other hand, I’ll crucify.”

    2. Also related to that First Axiom of Politics:

      One of my favorite kinds of “red pill” videos are the ones in which someone reads off a “Donald Trump quote” that sounds kinda hateful, gets the person to react, and then tells them that DJT didn’t say it; Barack Obama did. (Alternatively, a “Barack Obama quote” that sounds particularly wise, before informing them that BHO didn’t say it, Trump did.)

      I don’t think these videos change anyone’s mind, but they perfectly demonstrate that First Axiom. Obama saying something obviously and objectively hateful or antisemitic gets no reaction, but Trump saying something that could, if one were looking for it, be taken out of context and sound kinda-sorta hateful, makes Trump “literally Hitler”. The different response based on who (supposedly) said something, speaks volumes about the division between the two sides.

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