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In 2018 George Hawley, one of the few objective academics studying the far-right in America, estimated that around 11 million Americans — about 1/6th of Trump’s popular vote in 2016– share white nationalist beliefs.

Hawley, under immense political pressure, later claimed a rounding error and cut this number in half. Yet when we look at the margin of Trump’s sinking poll numbers with whites compared to his exit polls in 2016, the data suggests the original 11 million number was right.

Anecdotal evidence also shows the polls of Trump losing by double digits are not mere “fake news.” Last Saturday’s Tulsa rally, intended to commemorate an anti-white racial narrative about riots in the city in 1921, was poorly attended for the same reason the Detroit Tigers’ stadium is always empty: Trump never delivers wins to his fans.

With the election nearing, Trump’s ineffectual presidency is all he has. He risks losing by a historic margin and taking the GOP down with him. The president has no choice but to dust off the old recipe of Pat Buchanan policies with Ross Perot money: either make the “racists” (nationalists) happy or they will stay home.

The foul mouthed but astute Trumpworld figure turned critic Anthony Scaramucci has said as much. “There’s really only one strategy left for him, and that is to propel that rage and anger and try to split the society and see if he can have a tribal leadership win here,” a coded reference to the abandoned, demoralized and besieged white masses.

Trump appears to be heeding the call. In the three days following the Tulsa rally Trump has done more for working white people than in almost four years as king of Israel and serf of Wall Street. The overpaid campaign manager pulling Trump in an “anti-racist” conservative direction, Brad Parscale, appears to be ready to resign.

So far this week, Trump has finally signed an executive order that bans H1-Bs and delays the continuing third worldification of tech work until next January. Yesterday, he spread awareness about a video of a horrific black-on-white racial attack, which anti-white media figures are already starting to complain about. On the same day, Trump told Fox he plans to draw up another executive order that will use federal powers to protect monuments of great white men currently being destroyed by anarchist terrorists with permission from local governments across the country.

After two election cycles of Trump promising big then being exposed as lying, the president has no choice but to deliver more than bluster and White House soap operas about “presidential harassment.” His personality cult, which he leans into in lieu of concrete policy changes, is no longer enough.

Trump has no choice but to — very publicly — sideline Zionist neo-liberal Jared Kushner at least until the final votes are counted. He will likely make at least one serious effort to fight the FBI, which is nothing more than anti-white secret police.

He may even begin taking populist stances when directly faced with Joe Biden, like taxing Wall Street, forgiving student debt, or making health care a right rather than a privilege. Trump will not make good on any of these promises if he makes them, but he could catch the Democrats, who are eager to distance themselves from socialist ideas that upset their own donors, off-guard in a debate.

What kind of tricks Trump has up his sleeve is something we can only speculate on, but he has already exhausted all other options at his disposal other than running as a crypto-Nazi. From now until November, Trump has no choice but to start pulling live white rabbits out of his hat. He can’t win without the white nationalist vote and his campaign from here on out will make this obvious.

The challenge for nationalists is to continue withholding support unless we are granted specific concessions: pardon for all Charlottesville political prisoners in prison for self-defense at the hands of the people currently killing, maiming, and looting, a meaningful remedy for social media censorship, specifically address white people by name, and serious action on immigration like a ban on birth right citizenship.

Voting for the Republican Party has gone from useless to dangerous. Recent rulings at the majority conservative Supreme Court reveal that the Washington right will not defend either the First or Second Amendments or uphold the right of a sitting president to undo executive orders of previous presidents. They will however pave the way to force Catholic schools to hire drag queens.

It is a facade of an institution, really just a club for homosexual thieves, Zionist toadies and corporate lobbyists. It is too corrupt to represent the majority, doesn’t want to represent the majority, and voting extra hard for them rather than letting them die will only guarantee four more years of escalating humiliation and oppression at the hands of their donors, who also finance and support the most bestial elements of the Judeo-Left.

The Democrats will be just as bad or worse, but a historic defeat for the GOP will leave a vacuum for a worthwhile political vehicle willing to reject Jewish money and defend normal people.

It must be built from scratch. The time to start is now.

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  1. Trump is under immense pressure by the deep state, by Rhinos, and the radical democratic party. It is a miracle how he survived politically, and physically.
    The lawless judges stop his every move.

    He must have lived a near perfect life for 30 years, it is amazing they could not dig up any dirt on him except the pussy grabbing conversation.

    It is quite possible that he does all that can possibly be done under these circumstances. Though I share the frustration that he did not do more.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Peter Akuleyev
  2. Angharad says:

    Nope. Not until he does all the things you’ve suggested and REMOVES THE JEWS in his Admin.

    Whites are hypnotized, They remain in a trance longer and deeper when the treacherous JewOP are in office. A Biden/Big Black Women VP ticket will FORCE Whites to fight to live – or perish due to our own cowardice and race treason.

    And Striker- I LOVE you – But White is spelled with a CAPITAL “W”. For WHITE.

    • Replies: @Parsnipitous
  3. A123 says:

    Trump has Jewish family. He has no need for (or support from) WN.

    The DNC’s Social Justice Warriors are highly offensive to WN. As the U.S. is a two party system, votes against something help the other side. WN votes against SJW wind up in the GOP column.

    The WN will be highly motivated to vote against Kamala Harris when she is chosen as the Democrats VP candidate.

    Last Saturday’s Tulsa rally, was poorly attended

    Violent SJW “protesters” blocked various venue entrances. Despite this desperate move, entrance security records show over 12,000 of the planned 15,000 made it in despite the violent left’s efforts.

    The Democrats openly admit that China tampered with the U.S. political process by interfering with the ticket request system.

    How many Americans are willing to let Beijing pick their President?

    Do not let Fake Stream Media coverage and polls deceive you. There will be enough votes for Trump on election day. The real problem will be ballot fraud. China’s DNC will try to steal the election that they cannot win.

    PEACE 😇

    • Replies: @omegabooks
  4. Realist says:

    Trump Needs White Nationalist Votes — and He Knows It

    He won’t get mine…again.

    • Replies: @A123
  5. Realist says:
    @Sincerity.net

    Trump is under immense pressure by the deep state, by Rhinos, and the radical democratic party. It is a miracle how he survived politically, and physically.
    The lawless judges stop his every move.

    You are falling for a charade…Trump is a Deep State minion.

    • Agree: Exile
  6. BuelahMan says:

    I predicted Trump’s win in Aug 2015. I said then that it will be because he is able to fool white people into thinking he sides with them and their grievances. I also said that this was an immense lie, born from the tactical attention paid to various online polls, etc.

    Basically, he was telling a lie when it is obvious that he is far more controlled by jewish interests.

  7. A123 says:
    @Realist

    He won’t get mine…again.

    I would urge you to reconsider. I offer this as motivation:

    President Kamala Harris

    Looking at the damage created by Barack Hussein. Do you really want President Kamala? Biden might not make it to inauguration.

    There is no doubt that Trump has made mistakes. However, the other side is pure & concentrated evil.

    PEACE 😇

  8. A Texan says:

    I’m not real excited about a socialized medical system. The crux of the issue is that there is an insurance monopoly and way too many government laws and regulations impeding the development of medical services that we can all afford.

    Trump tried to do a couple of things like get hospitals and drug companies to post their prices for drugs and most common medical procedures. These entities took it to court, and the consumer lost. Funny that we are supposedly free market but medical services are one area where hospitals have a monopoly in some ways and can’t be made to post prices. This is in league with the insurance cartel as well.

    • Replies: @TG
    , @jay
  9. Realist says:
    @A123

    This country is controlled by the Deep State not the POTUS.

  10. Yes! Lets abandon Orange Man in favor of BLM, Antifa and President Kamala. That will create a vacuum or something.

  11. Dummy Donald got my vote in ’16; last GOP vote for this redneck.

    Trump cares only for money and power, and he thinks all of us are like him; being POTUS is NOT like running a business–sorry Orange Man–you’re toast, and so is your party.

  12. Anonymous[493] • Disclaimer says:
    @A123

    Nope.

  13. @A123

    Make the case that President Kamala Harris won’t be every bit as bad or worse than a second term Trump, where he’s not constrained by election. He flat out doesn’t like whites, and his administration has viciously persecuted us, to the point the Left completely owns the streets. Every time something specific about guns comes out, he shows that he’s still the gun grabbing liberal NYC Democrat he was when he called for banning “assault weapons” in a book. Republicans in the Congress would at least have to pretend to oppose Harris guns bans.

    He’s fully committed to replacing us, it’s taken this late hour, months after tens of millions of Americans have lost their jobs due to COVID-19, to impose these extremely limited visa restrictions. Which will be reconsidered every 30 days, and expire in January, he could not be more clear they are only boob bait for the election. He’s not willing to defend from the Left’s mobs any part of America that’s not a few minutes walk from the White House.

    I’ve played the Charlie Brown, Lucy and the football game since I could vote, first for Reagan. The result is my country in the full throes of a Leftist Year Zero revolution. I’m not an accelerationist, but I truly don’t see a qualitative difference between a reelected Trump and whomever might end up President if the Democrats officially win the election, aside from his attacks on the status of the Left with Tweets.

    • Agree: Exile
    • Replies: @A123
  14. Anonymous[257] • Disclaimer says:

    A small addition. The anti White units of the federal government isn’t the FBI.

    They are the little known civil rights division of the justice department, the US commission on civil rights and the EEOC. Every rabble rousing black preacher and activist has the 800 number of the civil rights division on his phone. Instant response.

    Striker confuses conservatism and White Nationalism. He also is naive enough to believe that Whites would be entitled to free health care for all and student debt forgiveness if they ever happen.

    De Jure everyone is entitled to live in the projects, section 8, health care for the indigent ( Medicaid) EBT and the rest of the welfare entitlements. De Facto, Whites are banned from those entitlements, but even thrice deported long felony record illegal aliens as well as native blacks are entitled to all the benefits whether they qualify or not.

    Conservatism isn’t pro White.

  15. A123 says:
    @That Would Be Telling

    Make the case that President Kamala Harris won’t be every bit as bad or worse than a second term Trump, where he’s not constrained by election.

    Trump has finally limited H1B visas. Re-elect Trump, and lock in that gain. President Harris will take it away.

    Trump’s Stay in Mexico plan is curbing asylum claim abuse. Re-elect Trump, and lock in that gain. President Harris will take it away.

    I understand…. We all want More & Faster. Objective facts show that Trump is trying to move the country forward. Slow progress is being made despite Deep State resisistance, such as the Mueller investigation and impeachment.

    — Do you really intend to throw away that which has been achieved?
    — And, intentionally pick someone guaranteed to make things worse?

    PEACE 😇

  16. I’ve been thinking that for a long time, Realist. Sad.

  17. @A123

    Make the case that President Kamala Harris won’t be every bit as bad or worse than a second term Trump, where he’s not constrained by election.

    Trump has finally limited H1B visas. Re-elect Trump, and lock in that gain.

    Did you not read a word of my reply beyond what you quoted? I’ll repeat for your benefit, for just this point:

    He’s fully committed to replacing us, it’s taken this late hour, months after tens of millions of Americans have lost their jobs due to COVID-19, to impose these extremely limited visa restrictions. Which will be reconsidered every 30 days, and expire in January, he could not be more clear they are only boob bait for the election.

    It’s also being said right now, that this time for sure he’s going to implement his often stated desire starting in the 2016 campaign, to weight H-1B visas to “Intel, not Infosys.” Your fantasy “lock in” will probably not even last a month after the election, Trump is complete honest when he frequently says he want’s the greatest legal immigration levels ever. According to his Boomer civnat magic dirt principles this will make America even greater (at least your admitting for the purposes of this discussion that this won’t make Americans greater).

    Please do me the simple courtesy of actually reading my replies and responding to the points I make. Right now you’re not doing your cause any good, you’re not even trying to make a case, you’re a NPC repeating vaguely relevant talking points. If you’re a paid shill, Trump’s campaign is truly doomed.

  18. swamped says:

    “Voting for the Republican Party has gone from useless to dangerous. Recent rulings at the majority conservative Supreme Court reveal that the Washington right will not defend either the First or Second Amendments or uphold the right of a sitting president to undo executive orders of previous presidents. They will however pave the way to force Catholic schools to hire drag queens.It is a facade of an institution, really just a club for homosexual thieves, Zionist toadies and corporate lobbyists”…which – the Republican Party or the SCOTUS? Either way there’s not a snowball’s chance in hell of building a new party from scratch – not to mention a SC – with 11 million voters, let alone half that number. American Independent Party, as close as you can come, has already endorsed Pres. Trump for re-election. It’s the only viable option at the moment. Things are starting to move fast now. The President visited the SW border today for a roundtable to inspect the Wall ‘system’ & boost the CBP. At the same time he announced stiff new federal punishments for vandalizing monuments & described an urgent defense of the Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette Park last night; as well as talking about defending our “heritage” & “culture”. The President has his faults – & his faulty in-law’s – but there’s not much else on offer in this fast approaching election.

  19. TG says:

    “He may even begin taking populist stances when directly faced with Joe Biden, like taxing Wall Street, forgiving student debt, or making health care a right rather than a privilege. Trump will not make good on any of these promises if he makes them, but he could catch the Democrats, who are eager to distance themselves from socialist ideas that upset their own donors, off-guard in a debate.”

    Well said! Kudos!

  20. TG says:
    @A Texan

    Excellent points.

    Bottom line: anyone who is sick, or has a sick kid, is under duress. There can be no free market when you are under duress. And of course if you are unconscious and taken to a hospital, how much informed choice do you get to have then, hm?

    If when booking an airline flight, you couldn’t know how much it would cost until after you had landed, it might be enough to make you a debt slave for life, well, people would stop flying.

    If your kid is sick you WILL take them to the hospital and suffer whatever they decide to charge you. Which is how they can get away with this predatory behavior.

    But we do understand that some industries are ‘natural monopolies.’ The old medieval system of private roads and bridges paralyzed the economy. Today we have mostly public roads and bridges, paid for by taxes. It’s not really socialism, as the government doesn’t build the roads but puts up bids for private contractors to do the real work. There is plenty of room for private profit, and for incentive to work effectively. It’s not perfect, but by and large the American road system works pretty well. Why not health care?

    Bottom line: A national health service is the worst possible medical system, except for all of the other systems.

    • Replies: @schnellandine
  21. @TG

    A national health service is the worst possible medical system, except for all of the other systems.

    When I’m bleeding out from a leftist shiv at the grocery store, my last thought will be of relief… that I will never hear that bullshit-justifying formulation again.

    A pox on all who smirk that drivel out. May you be patient zero.

    • Replies: @TG
    , @jay
  22. @Angharad

    Agree on someone like Stacy Abrams as VP possibly eliciting a mental reaction (even if unexpressed) by white door mats.

  23. Dan Hayes says:

    If Trump gets reelected, he will be prodded by Ivanka to prove that in his heart-of-hearts he was always a liberal!

    • Replies: @Rosie
  24. Dr. Doom says:

    Drumph is a FRAUD. Always has been.

    He’s trying to save The Swamp, but the dummies won’t let him.

    HAHA.

    He’s good for one thing now.

    Destroying The System with his incompetence and petulance.

    His ego will crush The System. His hubris will crash and burn it down.

    Vote for The Last President. Donald J. Drumph, billionaire con man.

    The other guy is bizness as usual. HOW DULL & SENILE ,TOO.

  25. TTSSYF says:

    So far this week, Trump has finally signed an executive order that bans H1-Bs and delays the continuing third worldification of tech work until next January. Yesterday, he spread awareness about a video of a horrific black-on-white racial attack, which anti-white media figures are already starting to complain about. On the same day, Trump told Fox he plans to draw up another executive order that will use federal powers to protect monuments of great white men currently being destroyed by anarchist terrorists with permission from local governments across the country.

    The fact that anyone could write, apparently in all seriousness, that this is merely a “…strategy…to propel that rage and anger and try to split the society and see if he can have a tribal leadership win here,” a coded reference to the abandoned, demoralized and besieged white masses” shows how sick this country has become and why more and more of us “besieged white masses” are, in effect, dropping out.

  26. Exile says:

    Trump promised measures in this vein, like ending birthright citizenship, on Day One of his administration when he was lying to me and the rest of White America in 2015-2016.

    The only thing that has changed from Day One of his administration to today in terms of the forces allegedly holding him back is that those forces are much stronger today than on Day One.

    So why has he waited so long? Why should we believe that these new “based” policies will be enforced when he’s been “unable” to make weaker measures stick against weaker opposition for three years, particularly in 2017-2018 when his party controlled the entire government?

    Those still attempting to find excuses for Trump’s betrayal of the White base that elected him cannot explain this any more credibly than Trump himself could – if he could even be bothered to try.

    Take out the fake two party system in this country one at a time – starting with the weak junior varsity fake opposition party.

    Remove the false dialectic that makes people believe there is a choice and an actual power struggle in American government.

    First we kneecap the GOP in this election then we go work on the Democrats as they attempt to hold the high ground without the GOP to blame for their own corruption, double-dealing and refusal to implement policies for their own base.

  27. Exile says:
    @A123

    He hasn’t “finally limited” anything. He’s just gone through the motions knowing these measures will be blocked. This presents no risk to the interests he’s really representing.

    Why would he have waited until the last months of his term to do what he promised to do on Day One – back when his party controlled the entire government – if he really wanted immigration control or any of the other bullshit he promised us?

    • Replies: @A123
  28. A123 says:
    @Exile

    Why would he have waited until the last months of his term to do what he promised to do on Day One – back when his party controlled the entire government – if he really wanted immigration control

    One Day 1 he acted on immigration. He changed the DACA program. How did that turn out? Blocked by the courts.

    Early on he attempted to restrict migration from high terror risk countries. How did that turn out? Blocked by the courts.

    Getting judges appointed and confirmed requires a great deal of cooperation from the Senate. While people are now looking at Gorsuch as a potential surprise fail, there has been progress at lower levels of the judiciary. Asylum applicants must Stay in Mexico. And, this was upheld by the court.

    back when his party controlled the entire government

    You may have noticed that there are a significant number of Establishment Globalists, the GOP(e) faction. Changing the GOP from an Establishment party to a Populist party is not instantaneous. It is still contaminated by GOP(e) Corporate lackeys, such as Mitt Romney.
    ____

    It is hard to see how your proposed course of action, electing Biden/Harris, is in any way helpful. It is impossible to jump directly from the cesspit we are in, to a state of sublime perfection. The process is more like gradually ratcheting down a strap, making things a little tighter and better with each turn.

    PEACE 😇

  29. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    There’s not much choice. Biden would be a calamity. Next president will be appointing a Supreme Court nominee so that’s very important in and of itself. Again, no choice, we’re backed into a corner. We owe Trump a huge debt of gratitude for derailing the Clinton express which would have been catastrophic so let’s not get distracted by attacks from the right as well as the left. The media are in full blast total mobilization mode. We’re in for turbulent times ahead and have to have some redoubts available however imperfect until better ones present themselves.

    • Replies: @schnellandine
  30. @Sincerity.net

    “they” have dug up tons of dirt on Trump – numerous rape accusations, shady business practices, collusion with foreign governments, paying porn stars to sleep with him, adultery, adderall abuse, cocaine use, bribery, and just the sheer incompetence with which Trump managed his business for years. None of it matters, Trumpism is a cult and his followers either refuse to believe the facts or see those “sins” as signs he is a man struggling with demons just as most of his supporters do. It is not as if it wasn’t obvious back in 1985, 1995 or 2005 that Trump is full of BS and all show with no substance. Some of us actually remember reality. But white nationalists decided to project their hopes and dreams onto this loser, and here we are.

  31. @A123

    Dump Trump now and elect President Cotton. That is the only realistic way forward. Cotton would wipe the floor with Biden, he can use his youth and mental acuity against Biden in a way that the aging and increasingly decrepit Trump cannot.

    If the GOP actually cared about America’s future they would draft Cotton or maybe Tucker Carlson at the Convention and take America by storm. But they won’t, because they hate making waves.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @A123
  32. @A123

    Wow! I actually agree with (a lot of) this post! I don’t usually agree with ZioShills…. As for “peace”, Jesus Christ is my peace!

    Also: you are right about Kamala Harris…I do not like Trump, but I might consider voting for him if she is the DEM VEEP….who just might have Biden assassinated just because…

  33. TG says:
    @schnellandine

    OK, the “worst possible system except for all of the other systems” thing may have been a bit over-used, mea culpa. Though I would hardly call it “smirking”.

    But try this. I had a relative spend a few years working in Japan. She had the national health service. If she got sick, she just went to the local clinic, paid $5 or so, got excellent care, and was done.

    She moved to the US and suddenly trying to figure out how to get insurance, how to pay for insurance, how to pay for the ‘surprise’ bills over and above insurance that she could not know about beforehand, being tied to a job for fear of losing her crummy insurance, etc.etc…. And overall the Japanese are healthier than Americans – OK sure, a lot of that is life style, but a lot of that is that their health system is pretty good – and overall as a fraction of GDP it’s way cheaper than ours, and nobody goes into medical bankruptcy, and people can just start small businesses without agonizing over dealing with health insurance, etc.etc.etc.

    Let me rephrase: a national health system may well have problems, but so far nobody has convincingly demonstrated that there is any other system for a large industrialized nation that isn’t a lot worse.

    • Replies: @schnellandine
    , @Rosie
  34. Anonymous[493] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Cotton is an israel-first multicult joke. This country needs to be over.

  35. A123 says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Dump Trump now and elect President Cotton. That is the only realistic way forward.

    Primaries are binding on the parties as a matter of both Rules and Laws. The GOP cannot Dump Trump and the DNC cannot Dump Biden.

    So, the way forward you suggest is wholly unrealistic.

    If you need additional proof that Trump judicial selections are important — Look at today’s ruling in the Flynn case. Judges appointed by GW and Trump slapped down the out-of-control Sullivan.

    PEACE 😇
    _______

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/06/24/flynn-case-update-appeals-court-orders-judge-sullivan-to-dismiss-flynn-case/

    • Disagree: botazefa
  36. @anonymous

    Next president will be appointing a Supreme Court nominee so that’s very important

    Ha!

    Ha!

    gratitude for derailing the Clinton express which would have been catastrophic

    Compared to what—the rhetorical Trump presidency, or reality?

    however imperfect until better ones present themselves.

    Delusional.

  37. @TG

    It was the state that killed American medicine. The holy solution? Total state control!

    C’mon. Re Japanese or any other ‘cheap’ state system, I immediately mark as a charlatan anyone who can’t give me a reasonably itemized bill. That includes the ‘free’ part that supposedly is paid for by some invisible extraterrestrial deity.

    BTW, haven’t been to a doctor in decades, so my sympathy for people bitching about ‘health care’ costs nears zero, especially after the CoronaTok racket. Doctors are mostly unnecessary, and the few good ones are the most likely to be driven away by modern hysteria. As with most disgusting modernity, people don’t have the sense or the balls to desist.

  38. Anon[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @A123

    Or we could “lock in” the most winning logic that acts on the opposite of whatever Jews think is good.

    The logic of Judaism is that whatever Jews think is good has to be horrific for everyone else.

  39. ‘Trump Needs White Nationalist Votes — and He Knows It’

    Nu? What are the White Nationalists going to do? Vote for Biden?

    To get the White Nationalist vote, all Trump needs to do is to position himself perceptibly closer to their camp than Biden is. In fact, that’s how one wins elections; by giving as many constituencies as you can more than your opponent does — but no more, because you don’t want to alienate any other constituencies any more than you have to.

    If Biden, say, says he’s going to bus illegal immigrants from Guatemala to the US for free, the correct position for Trump is not to say that he’s going to bar all illegal immigrants. It’s to say that by golly, if he’s reelected, the Guatemalans are going to have to pay for those bus tickets. Then he’ll still get the anti-immigrant vote — but will have alienated fewer Hispanics than he might have otherwise.

    Trump needs White Nationalist votes, he knows it — and he’ll give White Nationalists as little as he can while still being preferable to Biden. Given Biden’s probable positions, that won’t be much.

  40. Anonymous[493] • Disclaimer says:
    @Colin Wright

    You’re wrong, Colin. WN are in a more developed place ideologically in 2020 and the Trump administration’s approved gatekeeping conduits (Walsh, Crowder, Fuentes, etc.) can’t corral the on-the-fencers so well anymore.

  41. Rosie says:
    @Dan Hayes

    If Trump gets reelected, he will be prodded by Ivanka to prove that in his heart-of-hearts he was always a liberal!

    Spare me. Trump is responsible for his own failures. (Is “failure” even the right word?)

    • Thanks: Dan Hayes
  42. Rosie says:
    @Colin Wright

    What are the White Nationalists going to do?

    Stay home on my couch with my cats and read a good a book.

  43. Rosie says:
    @TG

    being tied to a job for fear of losing her crummy insurance, etc.etc…

    A country that cared in the least about the wellbeing of its youth would, at the very least, lower the Medicare eligibility age to enable older workers to retire if they have found they enjoy a slower pace of life in quarantine.

    Of course, the Beltway fake right would just demand more immigration to prevent any tightening of the labor market, so as long as they are calling the shots, such a move would be pointless if not harmful.

  44. jay says:
    @A Texan

    Socialized healthcare will always turn into a cost fiasco. Its best that said healthcare be run by Monasteries, Churches and Christian Charities.

    Those institutions avoided cost overruns.

  45. jay says:
    @schnellandine

    Those countries that have cheap healthcare have people that actually look after their health. Unlike obese Americans.

    Most health costs are lifestyle chosen.

  46. @Colin Wright

    What are the White Nationalists going to do? Vote for Biden?

    Not vote.

    but no more, because you don’t want to alienate any other constituencies any more than you have to.

    …your grossly tidy theory resting on the premise that people aren’t repulsed by such gradient tweaking. Trump didn’t win in 2016 by deploying your false theory; he would’ve lost. And your general theory didn’t specify incumbency.

  47. ‘…your grossly tidy theory resting on the premise that people aren’t repulsed by such gradient tweaking…’

    And your theory produces such brilliant political triumphs as Goldwater ’64 and McGovern ’72.

    If one third of the voters really love you, and two-thirds just think the other guy is better than you, you don’t win; you lose. Liking a candidate twice as much doesn’t give you twice the votes.

    • Replies: @schnellandine
  48. KenH says:

    This is wishful thinking by Striker. Trump is not trying to find ways to get back in the good graces of white nationalists and pro-whites because he believes we have no one else to vote for. Besides, he’s too busy pandering to blacks and acting partially woke to spend time winning our hearts and minds.

    White people who don’t hate themselves will be out in the cold until America collapses.

  49. @Colin Wright

    Liking a candidate twice as much doesn’t give you twice the votes.

    So it’s an axiomatic tourney of false dichotomy. Okay:

    Being marginally better than the ‘opposition’ keeps voters home.

    • Replies: @A123
  50. A123 says:
    @schnellandine

    So it’s an axiomatic tourney of false dichotomy. Okay:

    Being marginally better than the ‘opposition’ keeps voters home.

    Biden is so brain dead he may not make it to inauguration. So the choice will be between:

    — WHITE — Donald Trump
    — BLACK — Kamala Harris

    The WHITE/BLACK difference is ‘marginal’ for what % of the WN group?

    No one doubts that you (and very limited % of WN’s) will embrace Kamala’s reign by staying home. However, history shows that the bulk of the WN movement will follow their core values vote for the white candidate, even an unappealing one.

    PEACE 😇

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @schnellandine
  51. Anonymous[493] • Disclaimer says:
    @A123

    However, history shows that the bulk of the WN movement will follow their core values vote for the white candidate, even an unappealing one.

    Famous last words.

    • Replies: @That Would Be Telling
  52. @Anonymous

    However, history shows that the bulk of the WN movement will follow their core values vote for the white candidate, even an unappealing one.

    Famous last words.

    I believe President Romney has some insight into this.

    @A123 would also do well to reply to my previous reply to him, unless he’s conceding that White Nationalists are smart enough to realize an under duress, ends in January visa issuance suspension is indeed boob bait for the election.

  53. @A123

    The WHITE/BLACK difference is ‘marginal’ for what % of the WN group?

    You, similar to the OP (and so many other online forum disputants), are confused. I’m not arguing the opposite of the OP; I’m arguing against the OP’s unfounded extreme position. This baffles the average moron.

    [MORE]

    KH is part black, brain dead, and a posturing dishonorable sophistic louse and lying POS. Thus, observant and intelligent WNs find her marginally different from Trump, though possibly slightly better than him.

    The biggest disaster with Trump has been the vociferous support for him even as he sells out his supporters. Meanwhile, leftists are running rampant. With Harris, it will at least inspire opposition, and how could it be worse than now?

    Trumpists routinely execute the silly fallacy of comparing his rhetoric to leftist rhetoric. I couldn’t care less. I compare his record to probable leftist regime reality. I also paid attention during supposed republican presidencies since 1980, and noticed that some of the worst changes were under them—changes that often enabled major depredations under later ‘democrat’ regimes.

    I have believed for years that rightists are better with a leftist president with extreme legislative branch opposition. Trump bears this out. In the end, however, I don’t care much more than about the plot of a soap opera. I want Trump to get the boot and exit to jeers.

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