I am a Jewish trans girl.

Nazis, by definition, want me dead.

If you defend them, you attack me. Some political differences allow for the possibility of a middle ground. Nazis do not; either you are okay with them advocating murdering me, or you’re not.

If you’re okay with it, fuck off.

No space for Nazis. No space for their sympathizers. No space for white supremacists. None.

They’ve proven what they can do when given breathing room and I mean it when I say never again.

Interesting how so many nazi apologists try to cloud this issue by accusing us of overusing the label of “nazi” on anyone we disagree with, when it’s clear that nazis have been increasingly active of late.

As I said elsewhere, I am very careful to restrict the term to Nazis and their ideological descendents–white supremacist fascists.

Who are people I disagree with, sure, but they’re not everyone I disagree with. Paul Ryan, for instance, I don’t call a Nazi. He’s gotten into bed with Nazis in an ill-advised effort to advance his own agenda and power, and I consider said agenda to be monstrous and evil, but I don’t think he’s actually a Nazi himself.

It’s especially “funny”, when those people have a habit of calling anyone who disagree with them nazis (conservatives coined the phrase feminazi, for instance). 

When people on the left call people nazis, its because they actually are nazis.