Welcome to the new blackface.

Prideful fake Christian (Qhristian) candidates think it’s funny to pretend they’re like Attila. Attila would have eaten gold-digger bimbo Loeffler– and, her corrupt banker CEO husband– as a snack, and probably after doing things to her in front of him that I can’t mention. This ad is racist, by the way, and makes Attila look like a jabbering caveman. He wasn’t, but the only thing Loeffler really cares about is that Attila was an extraordinarily powerful man who is safely dead, now; and, that he no longer has any influence over politics, except to be the butt of jokes. Like Hitler:

“He was a man born into the world to shake the nations, the scourge of all lands, who in some way terrified all mankind by the dreadful rumors noised abroad concerning him. He was haughty in his walk, rolling his eyes hither and thither, so that the power of his proud spirit appeared in the movement of his body. He was indeed a lover of war, yet restrained in action, mighty in counsel, gracious to suppliants and lenient to those who were once received into his protection. Short of stature, with a broad chest and a large head; his eyes were small, his beard thin and sprinkled with grey; and, he had a flat nose and swarthy skin, showing evidence of his origin.” —-Jordanes, citing a description given by Priscus, Wikipedia, Attila

To the Trump crowd’s credit, they were reserved when Trump was describing the lawless, illegal violence that had occurred to Mr. Ali Velshi of MSNBC [timestamp 2:20-3:08, above]. The crowd only really started cheering when Trump kept pushing the point, indicating that he’d feel insulted if at least some of them did not cheer. So, they cheered. Also, note that an older woman on the right is holder a poster that says “PEACEFUL.” I’m all for that, because I believe that right is defined by correctness (logic), and not ‘right’ (power). My point, though, is that many Trump supporters are not, for lack of a better word, fundamentally receptive to violent speech, and so could be trivially appealed to through reason.