And since he was elected, one of the things I've seen become common is the use of the term "fascist" to apply yo anyone who disagrees with whatever narrative a progressive happens to be pushing. I'm pretty staunchly libertarian, which is the diametric opposite of fascism. But it's not a new phenomenon. Socialists routinely referred to their adversaries, even other progressives, as fascists when their messaging conflicted with that being pushed by the COMINTERN on their socialist masters.
#232 | Posted by madbomber
If your hearing the term "fascist" a lot lately, maybe it's because trump is a fascist.
Lets see if this checklist rings any bells, then try to find another president who fits this list better than trump:
Disdain for human rights
Identification of enemies as a unifying cause
Supremacy of the military
Controlled mass media
Obsession with national security
Religion and government intertwined
Corporate power protected
Labor [sic] power suppressed
Disdain for intellectuals & the arts
Obsession with crime & punishment
Rampant cronyism & corruption