This 18 June 2020 satiric music video from Britain says about itself:
A song for the Trump rally in Tulsa by The Von Crapp family.
These Trump election campaign red triangle ads basically threaten anti-fascists with being locked up in concentration camps with red triangles on their clothes, like happened in Adolf Hitler’s days.
From USA Today, 19 June 2020:
Political prisoners were forced to wear red triangles.
And those red triangles were common in the camps. The Auschwitz Memorial tweeted Thursday that 95% of prisoners at Auschwitz were accused of political crimes in August 1944. A letter could also be included inside the triangle to mark a person’s nationality, the museum said.
“Social Democrats, Communists, trade unionists and other persons regarded as political opponents by the Nazis wore red triangles. Often a joke about Hitler or a denunciation could suffice for someone to be arrested as a ‘political,'” according to an article published by the International Center on Nazi Persecution.
Political opponents were among some of the first victims of Nazi concentration camps, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum reports.
Mass protests against police violence expand in advance of Juneteenth rallies across the US. By Kevin Reed, 19 June 2020. Demonstrations have taken place in 1,670 US towns and cities in response to the killing of George Floyd, other murderous acts of violence by police and the repression of protesters.