Harry Belafonte, who recently called Bush “the greatest terrorist in the world”, has now compared the Department of Homeland Security to the Nazi Gestapo.
“We’ve come to this dark time in which the new Gestapo of Homeland Security lurks here, where citizens are having their rights suspended,” Belafonte said in a speech to the annual meeting of the Arts Presenters Members Conference.
“You can be arrested and not charged. You can be arrested and have no right to counsel,” said Belafonte.
And if you can believe it, he got a roaring standing ovation. But then again, when you consider the fact that audience members included Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary, you’d quickly understand that there was an overabundance of moonbats present.
Oh, and he also called Bush a liar, and claimed that he rose to power “somewhat dubiously…”
And still, no prominent Democrats have come out to condemn Belafonte, but then again, why should they? Deep down, they believe the same thing he does.