When it comes to Israel the US, Ben Shapiro is color-blind. He explains:
“Color doesn’t matter. Ideology does.”
Hmm, let’s evaluate that.
How pro-life blacks and whites voted in 2012:
Oops. Let’s try among blacks and whites opposed to same-sex marriage:
Well darn. How about blacks and whites opposed to income redistribution:
Ben’s not licked yet. There’s still drug legalization. Blacks and whites who are against it:
This is getting embarrassing. Maybe when the ideology is more abstract, like the idea that government does too much and is too large. Surely blacks and whites in agreement on that vote similarly:
Oh boy. We’ve yet to look at those who explicitly self-identify as politically conservative, however! That’s an indisputable ideological marker. Black and white conservatives certainly must be on the same page:
Zero-for-six. We could do this all day long.
Turns out color does matter. It matters more than ideology, in fact. And the more racially diverse the country becomes, the more color will matter and the less ideology will. As the late Lee Kuan Yew put it:
In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion.
The alt right understands this. Cuckservatives like Shapiro do not. Or if they do, they don’t care because the people they care about are not the people they’d have you or I believe they care about.
GSS variables used: PRES12(1-3), HISPANIC(1), RACECEN1(1)(2), POLVIEWS(5-6), MARHOMO(4-5), ABANY(2), EQWLTH(5-7), GRASS(2), HELPNOT(4-5)