Leave it to a Mexican literary magazine to boldly go where few media outlets in the United States have gone. Here is what Letras Libres tweeted on Wednesday night:
En nuestro número de octubre: pic.twitter.com/xhMFnU9ttR
— Letras Libres (@Letras_Libres) September 28, 2016
Yes, that’s a photo of Donald Trump with the words “American Fascist” in Spanish under his nose, looking very similar like Hitler’s mustache.
As expected, the reaction has been pretty strong:
@Letras_Libres Qué foto (o persona) tan macabra. Felicidades al diseñador por su ingenio y a la editorial por la selección del tema.
— Pedro Rueda (@pedroruedaa) September 29, 2016
“What a macabre photo or person. Congratulations to the designer for this genius and to the editorial team for choosing this topic.”
@TUSK81 is that a little Hitler mustache? Fantástico
— Dee (@DeeviusDee) September 29, 2016
Kudos to the publishers! Glad to see the Truth is worldwide. DT is a vile disgrace.
I feel sick every time he is near our flag.
— John Hendricks (@JohnHen38862528) September 29, 2016
@TUSK81 Nice. But Adbusters did it first (and better, I think) pic.twitter.com/grpEnhvuDh
— Nathan D Huening (@sprockethouse) September 29, 2016
Nah, we don’t think so, but whatever. The Mexican cover wins.
And please don’t forget the US’ role in all of those things. I think these Mexicans are more knowledgable about international relations than you Mr Medina
Sorry, but it was stealed from AdBusters magazine.