Jan Brewer's Dad Did Not Die 'Fighting the Nazis,' No Matter What She Says
America's bravest Fighter of Mexicans, Arizona governor Jan Brewer, just can't stop talking about all the good reasons to round up brown people and kill them. After all, didn't theNazis round up all the Jews and Catholics and Queers and Other Minorities and kill them? Exactly. Oh wait, but the Nazis were the Bad Guys? Jeez this is totally confusing. Okay, so Nazis should be hunted like Mexicans are hunted? This is starting to make sense -- especially to Jan Brewer, who knows quite a lot about the sacrifices people make while fighting Nazis. Her father used to do that! Hell, he died doing that, which is super brave, in Nazi Germany. Only this is just a completely made-up bullshit lie and Jan Brewer should be buried alive beneath the Holocaust Museum.
Here's what Brewer told the Arizona Republic:
"Knowing that my father died fighting the Nazi regime in Germany, that I lost him when I was 11 because of that . . . and then to have them call me Hitler's daughter. It hurts. It's ugliness beyond anything I've ever experienced."
But her dad died a decade after World War II, of lung cancer, and the closest he came to "fighting the Nazi regime in Germany" was working in a weapons plant in Nevada during the war.
Brewer's press people are now saying of course that's what happened, and Brewer very clearly meant that her dad worked in a weapons factory and was on disability afterward for respiratory problems he developed working in the munitions factory -- just like Indiana Jones, basically. [Arizona Republic/Political Wire]