This attempt to play the victim card falls flat for a few reasons.
First of all a very significant number of Trump supporters have a specific history of defending the "right" to make baseless, provably false, or physically impossible claims of nefarious criminal activities and conspiracy whilst denying the existence of historical wrongs committed against Jews even in the face of hard evidence. Their claims alone in their minds justifying a criminal-by-default-and-association attitude and general disregard for individual rights.
However even putting this detail aside the disingenuous nature of the comparison remains staggeringly obvious.
Whereas baseless claims and assumptions were used as pretense to restrict individual rights and cast suspicion on Jews and force them to live on an entirely different and harsher standard of conduct and scrutiny, facing punishment for what would not otherwise be crimes, your situation is quite the opposite. You're complaining that you're being accused of criminal acts you were caught red handed on live international television doing and brag openly on social media about doing and openly voice the intention to escalate. What you did is not in question. It's that you don't wish to be subject to the same laws as everyone else, laws you invoke while breaking them. Laws you accuse others of breaking but have spectacularly failed to make a legitimate case for. Laws you consistently demonstrate ignorance and contempt for.
Far from being persecuted you have an almost exclusive control of political relevance in your country and are consistently shown leniency being treated in a much less harsh manner than anyone accused of anything approaching similar criminal acts. Or even theoretically could have done the same without the overwhelming preemptive force they are generally met with. All the while remaining on the constant unrestrained offensive making what should be some suspiciously familiar sounding baseless, provably false, physically impossible claims of nefarious criminal activities and conspiracy whilst denying repeatedly videotaped and live broadcast evidence of wrongdoing perpetrated by Trump and his affiliates against not just the "left" but the GOP and America as a whole.
You consider the possibility of an opposing voice being equal to yours an attack, working to silence that voice. The voice in this case being the majority backed by the institution of law, the majority whose rights you used violence to subvert and feign victimhood when they demand redress in accordance with the law. To which you insist you cannot be judged on the brutal standards you demand of others.
You are hypocritical in the extreme.