Fake Image Of Hitler Holding A Bible Circulates Social Media Comparing Him To Trump
An image of infamous genocidist Adolf Hitler, the man responsible for the brutal killing of 11 million people, including 6 million Jews during the Holocaust, holding a bible has been circulating social media and many have been comparing it to a photo of President Donald Trump’s visit to St. John’s church where he was also seen holding a bible. The image of Hitler, however, is completely fake.
Twitter has since issued a fact-check to the image of Hitler saying it’s reportedly photoshopped. And images of the same photo of Hitler have surfaced showing the same situation, but no bible in hand.
I reached out to Twitter to ask about this totally fake photoshopped photo that has gone viral where they added a bible to Hitler’s hand and they will be adding a manipulated media label to tweets sharing it soon. Really dirty and sick tactic from the left to do this. pic.twitter.com/WQnyute8Jm
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) June 2, 2020
Trump’s visit to the church came just after he made an address from the White House Rose Garden in which he emphasized the need for “law and order” amid violent riots in the wake of the death of George Floyd. During the speech, Trump warned governors that if the violence in their states becomes bad enough and the National Guard isn’t deployed to curb it, he will do so himself. Just before the President’s public appearance, U.S. Park Police cleared Lafayette Park, the area outside of the White House, of protestors and violent rioters.
A gentle reminder for those that need it – Adolf Hitler systematically was responsible for the systematic murder of SIX MILLION JEWS.
When you compare him to someone you dislike, you are doing nothing but cheapening the memory of those killed and the Holocaust. https://t.co/nGV7WQvalw
— StopAntisemitism.org (@StopAntisemites) June 2, 2020
“A gentle reminder to those that need it – Adolf Hitler systematically was responsibe for the systematic murder of SIX MILLION JEWS,” StopAntisemitism.org wrote on Twitter of the photo, “When you compare him to someone you dislike, you are doing nothing but cheapening the memory of those killed and the Holocaust.”