WATCH: Hilariously Stupid Trump Fans Fooled By Hitler Quotes Disguised As Trump’s (VIDEO)

It’s no secret that Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler are very similar. Like Hitler, Trump wants to keep the Untermensch— in this case Muslims, Hispanics, and other brown people — out of his country. Both men chose to run for office  on a ‘Christian’ platform while failing to act anything remotely similar to Jesus. Like Hitler, Trump has decided that an entire segment of the population — Muslims — should be forced to register in a national database and to wear special little badges. And, like Hitler, The Donald wants to throw a certain segment of the population in concentration camps. Dissenters — especially minorities —  are brutally beaten at his rallies, something Trump adamantly supports.

With all the similarities between the two fascists, YouTube prankster channel SloFlo decided to conduct a little social experiment: They quoted Adolf Hitler to Trump supporters, but told them the words were Trump’s. The prankster made up a fake Trump pamphlet, but he replaced all the quotes with Hitler quotes.

“Anyone who sees and paints a sky green and fields blue ought to be sterilized.”

“Well, there’s a lot of people that should be sterilized according to Donald Trump,” said  a man wearing a Trump tie. “So, sure.”

“How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don’t think.”

“You look at the Democratic Party and they prove that,” one supporter said. “That’s why I’m voting for Trump.”

“He’s a smart man, he’s got the world by the balls right now,” a young woman replied. “He’s got a lot of money, and he’s very influential because of his money, and what he’s done with, like, his empire.”

“The more economic difficulties increase, the more immigration will be seen as a burden.”

“As soon as our economic system starts improving, we don’t have to worry about the immigrants anymore,” an enthusiastic man Trumpsplained. “They’ll go away.”

“I do not see why man should not be just as cruel as nature.”

“Well, man is the cruelest animal,” said Tie Guy.

After the Trump supporters said they agree with the quotes in the pamphlet, they were in for a surprise when it was revealed that the quotes actually came from none other than Adolf Hitler — a man whose speeches Trump has been known to keep by his bedside.

“I’m definitely not down with racism,” said the young woman after learning she had just endorsed Hitler’s words. “I’d say you’re lying to me,” another Trump supporter said with a blank stare on his face. Asked if he still supports Trump, he replied:

“Well, yeah, But I don’t support Hitler.”

Pressed on whether he supports the quotes, he explained that “If Donald Trump said them, I support ’em!”

Watch this hilarious prank below:

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