Lameness filter encounter: Oh, I easily found the problem. I had written "House N______" and that word was the problem. I don't see how a word can be a problem. What you express with it maybe.
Here in Sweden and I assume in many others places too the common picture is that national-socialists are the ones who risk destroying democracy through democracy / by being elected and who can cause fascism and dictatorships because that's the message they have been brought up with all along but back in reality it's those same people who are the real fascists, anti-democrats, racists and sexists who want to limit freedom of speech, don't respect democracy and elections, don't want people to have their vote, think that "he's a middle-class white male!" is a reason to ignore someones opinion / not let them speak / ignore whatever interest that person had. There people call immigrants who are pro actual freedom rather than their socialist dreams house n*, traitors of "their people" and like a few days ago our prime-minister commented about how one woman with immigrant background had expressed her opinion in some foreign magazine about Swedish immigration(?) politics and how that was damaging and it also happen that those same people claim that those who are against their political view are "traitors of the nation"... Sure they aren't fascists and anti-democratic and pro freedom
by demonizing the other side. This dehumanizes them and allows you to make ridiculous statements like the above post
That's the default method to operate of the left.
The people in charge like it when you do this because it divides people and allows the people in charge to pit the people against each other to their own benefit.
The left all the time talk about how the other side turn people and groups against each other but of course they are the most active ones of doing so against anyone who don't share their socialist view of equal outcome.
Ahem, I am going to try to frame this politely, but American politics differ from Swedish politics rather significantly. What you would know as a liberal in Sweden is roughly known as a Libertarian in the USA - Republicans tend to include some elements from them. The "traitor to nation" talk you describe is an example - listen to Obama and Trump talk for a while, watch which one of them starts turning into the "I'll build a nation for you, my loyal supporters". Before you engage on a primarily American forum, about American politics, knowing these distinctions is rather important.
Also, I'd like to enlighten you to a less socialist viewpoint. In my country, as an immigrant, you are not eligible for subsidized healthcare, you are not eligible for retirement income or social security, and you are fully expected to work as many hours as your job demands, sometimes without compensation or any sort of union representation whatsoever. We have no mandatory sick days laws nationally, and in fact any sort of vacation or off-time from work isn't required at all; only 10 days off per year is required for national holidays, and that's all some people get. Some of the states are ranked with Chad and Kyrgyzstan on quality of education due to lack of funding, teachers are required to repeat the exact words off a prewritten script with no deviation in some districts, and we suffer the lowest overall quality of life in the developed world. We have some of the weakest international privacy laws, we have some of the worst environmental standards and policies in the developed world, and we are getting an incompetent buffoon for a president. Officials are routinely and openly bribed by businesses to support a certain viewpoint, and this is 100% legal; Half the country is convinced evolution is a lie, that atheists are sinners sent by Satan to burn humanity, and that global warming is a conspiracy by the Chinese to undermine America's superiority over every country in the world, including Sweden, which is obviously a hellhole that uneducated immigrants flee from for a better life in the USA. If you still want to live in this system, then I suggest you exercise your EU movement and move to a refugee camp in Germany. Between the strongly held religious beliefs, regressive social policies, terrible economies, and widespread corruption, their home countries are a slightly darker shade of an accurate representation of this country's current situation, and if you pretend the accent is different, they will provide you a remarkable insight into what some of the poorer areas of the US are like, and what will await you if you really want to bring American politics to your country.