A core tactic of modern social and political warfare is the Strawman: a presentation of weak arguments against oneself, then defeat of those weak arguments, then a pretense of having “silenced the critics,” without even having faced, much less dealt with, any legitimate criticism of one’s perspective or actions.
Hence, for example, there are those who truly do believe “Hitler did nothing wrong,” simply because massive fraud is the foundation of “The Holocaust Industry;” even as, by all accounts, Hitler was indeed a violent, conceited, delusional expansionist.
Similarly, there are those who, through the “Orange Mand Bad” meme, mock the many idiotic critics of President Donald Trump. Yet it seems that many, if not most, of those who mock the cattle-call of “Orange Man Bad” — they actually believe “Orange Man Good.”
Thus the strawman of “Orange Man Bad” is a silly, sassy response to the low-hanging controlled-opposition set to obscure the next decade of USA’s wars and terrorism, of which Trump will be the boisterous figurehead (unless the shadow government, which manufactured Trump’s political success, decides that its hegemony would be better served by instead simply assassinating Trump and thereby causing a second civil war).
Meanwhile, Orange Man is bad. This is evident simply by, among much else, the fact he, in his official capacity as president, has denounced heroic model-citizens such as Edward Snowden, Bradley Manning, and Robert Bergdahl as “traitors.”
Setting aside the many popular strawmen fabricated against him, Donald Trump is an enemy of the U.S. Constitution — and, by his servile support for the anti-Jewish terrorist state of Israel, Trump is an enemy of all patriotic Americans.
 Eventually morphing into “X did nothing wrong” — with X replaced by the sacred anti-cow blindly hated by those to whom the meme is targeted — the meme “Hitler did nothing wrong” was created by trolls who typically accept the fraudulent anti-Hitler myths of the West, yet who make the statement, “Hitler did nothing wrong,” simply to annoy and enrage their own political opponents. See Know your meme: Hitler did nothing wrong.
 Norman Finkelstein, The holocaust industry (2000)(email me to borrow the eBook).
 See Know your meme: Orange Man Bad.
 The world may little note or only briefly remember the time when Zionist middle-men, through their domination of a controlled media, saturated a nation with fake, defeatable rage against the most pro-Zionist candidate in United States history, in order later to pretend the manifest falsity that Donald Trump was a “maverick” who “came out of nowhere” and “defied the odds.” Americans love a good rags-to-riches story as much as Zionists love justifying, by anti-Hitler myths, their perpetual worldwide terrorism — by, for example, forever leaning on the Nuremberg Trial “confessions” of Nazis who were tortured by Stalinists. See Charles E. Wyzanski, Nuremberg: A Fair Trial? A Dangerous Precedent (The Atlantic, 1946)(the article deals not specifically with the torturing of Nazi prisoners of war, but rather demonstrates the relative subtlety with which one could evaluate World War 2 before Zionists attained their stranglehold over Western media and their massive influence over Western politics: with modern, Zionist-made intolerance of even subtlety towards those historical events, it will remain impossible for a casual observer ever even to expose themselves to the need to decide whether torturing Nazis is a legitimate means for establishing the “truth” about Hitler et al.).
 See Richard A. Oppel, Bowe Bergdahl, Called a ‘Traitor’ by President Trump, Pleads Guilty (New York Times, 2017); see also David Wright, Trump calls Chelsea Manning ‘ungrateful traitor’ for Obama criticism (CNN, 2017); and see also Donald Trump, Snowden is a traitor and a disgrace. Make no mistake, he is no hero. In fact he is a coward who should come back & face justice. (Twitter, May 30 2014).