President-elect Donald Trump has often been compared to Adolf Hitler, but these accusations have recently gained more credibility as Trump’s administration has begun associating with Nazis. Not to mention, a leader of the group has been invited to attend Trump’s inauguration.
Mike Flynn, who is Trump’s national security advisor, reportedly met with Heinz-Christian Strache back in December. Strache is currently a leader of Austria’s Freedom Party.
The Freedom Party has a reputation for being associated with the Nazi party. The party’s first leader, Anton Reinthaller, served as a Nazi official and a member of the Nazi party’s elite SS.
What was discussed at Flynn and Strache’s meeting is unclear, but many believe that Strache was giving tips on how to make the Amerian population more docile.
The meeting was held at Trump Tower and was something that Trump’s administration wanted to keep quiet. But Strache posted about the meeting on his Facebook page. In another post, he also confirmed that he signed an agreement with Vladimir Putin. Facebook also served as his outlet for confirming his invitation to Trump’s inauguration this month.
Strache claimed that he was invited to the inauguration by Congressman Steve King. King is known for his conservative views and strong support of Trump.
Many feel that Trump and those affiliated with him are doing themselves a lot of harm associating with individuals like Strache.