Cuckservatives: Scott Walker Taps Out

By Hunter Wallace

Scott Walker is dropping out of the 2016 presidential race tonight:

“Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin has concluded he no longer has a path to the Republican presidential nomination and plans to drop out of the 2016 campaign, according to three Republicans familiar with his decision, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Mr. Walker called a news conference in Madison at 6 p.m. Eastern time.

“The short answer is money,” said a supporter of Mr. Walker’s who was briefed on the decision. “He’s made a decision not to limp into Iowa.” …

In the most recent CNN survey, Mr. Walker drew support nationally from less than one-half of one percent of Republican primary voters. He faced growing pressure to shake up his campaign staff, a step he was loath to take, according to Republicans briefed on his deliberations.”

The short answer is more like this: because he lacked the ability to independently finance his own campaign, Scott Walker was never anything more than a puppet of the donor class, who kept him on a short leash, and the donors threw in the towel on his lackluster campaign after he collapsed to -1 percent in the latest polls.

The donor class backed Scott Walker, who is a hero to the Koch Brothers, because of his successful attacks on labor unions in Wisconsin. Just last week, Scott Walker rolled out his plan to attack labor unions nationwide. The same donors who wanted Scott Walker in the White House were also determined to micromanage his campaign and steer him clear of social issues like immigration.

“At the same time, Walker has veered to the right on abortion and other social issues, worrying some top backers. Stanley S. Hubbard, a conservative billionaire who oversees a Minnesota broadcasting company and has donated to Walker’s campaign, said the candidate has promised that he would not push a “social agenda” as president and is simply expressing his personal beliefs when asked.

“If he’s smart, he will get back to basics and get back to what he did in Wisconsin [and] get off the social issues,” said Hubbard, who had lunch on Tuesday with Walker and other campaign supporters. “No one is asking him to change the morals of America.”

Hubbard strongly opposes one immigration measure pushed by Trump this week: a call to stop giving citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants who are born in the United States. Walker said in an interview Monday that he would support ending birthright citizenship, then said other reforms might make that unnecessary. …”

Scott Walker publicly walked back his position on birthright citizenship after he was confronted by billionaire donor Stanley Hubbard. He also privately told donors that he was for amnesty for illegal aliens and Stephen Moore of The Wall Street Journal that he was “not going nativist”:

“Walker said Monday that he supports ending birthright citizenship, then said later in the day that the problem could be addressed by enforcing other laws. On Tuesday, a prominent donor confronted Walker on the topic and walked away satisfied that the candidate wouldn’t do away with birthright citizenship. On Friday, Walker said he didn’t have a position on the issue. Then Sunday, Walker said he does not want to alter the 14th Amendment.

Stanley S. Hubbard, a conservative billionaire who oversees a Minnesota broadcasting company and has donated to Walker’s campaign, confronted Walker on the issue during a lunch in Minnesota on Tuesday. Hubbard strongly opposes ending birthright citizenship, and he told The Washington Post that he “might really quickly change my allegiance” if Walker pushed for such a repeal.”

After the Second 2016 Republican Presidential Debate, Hubbard began donating to other candidates. He is currently flirting with Rubio, Fiorina, and Christie.

Walker’s campaign came to an unceremonious end after Frank Luntz failed to convince his top donors that Walker is still “a great product”:

“Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and his team are working hard to calm their major donors — some of whom are worried that Walker is on a downward slide and did little to help his campaign in Wednesday night’s GOP debate.

On Thursday morning, less than 12 hours after Walker left the Simi Valley, Calif., debate stage, the presidential candidate and his team attended a fundraiser with several-dozen “bundlers” — well-connected donors who collect money from their friends on behalf of a candidate — at the Los Angeles home of Republican pollster Frank Luntz.

“My house is open to anyone who wants to use it,” Luntz said of the event.

The bundlers were assured they still had “a great product” in Walker and that the campaign is still expecting popular Republican outsiders Donald Trump, Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson to “start to fade as people recognize they don’t have the credibility to run the government,” said a Walker bundler who attended the event. …

One of Walker’s donors, Minnesota billionaire and broadcaster Stanley Hubbard, said he intended to have a conversation with Walker soon, adding he would advise him on getting his campaign back on track.

“I’ve been in the TV business for a long time,” Hubbard said. “You might have four or five potential anchors … and you give them the same script to read. And for some reason, people think, ‘Oh that guy’s terrific.’ And Walker says the right things, he’s proven what he can do, but I come to work, I hear my wife, and they’re not excited about what he did last night.

“He said all the right things, but it’s like the anchor person,” Hubbard added, calling Walker a “very decent guy and maybe he just needs some coaching. From the right people. Not the wrong people.”…”

Hubbard “coached” Scott Walker to his political demise.

Goodbye, Scott. You ran for president and all you got was this stupid yarmulke from the Republican Jewish Coalition.

Note: Rick Perry and Scott Walker’s failed presidential bids are the first two casualties of the Republican donor class and their agenda of libertarian economics and open borders without White people.

Update: In his swan song below, Walker called for other candidates to drop out in order to consolidate the anti-Trump vote. It remains unclear where the 0 percent of voters who were still backing Scott Walker and Rick Perry when they dropped out will go.

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48 Comments

  1. Walker just had one selling point– that he would manage the Leviathan a little more efficiently and frugally. Since I do not believe public-sector unions should even exist (shaking down taxpayers rather than businesses) his union-busting reputation never bothered me. But that’s all he had.

    His bizarre insistence that Assad must go in Syria before tackling IS, thus leading to mass genocide of Christians in an IS- ruled Syria, turned me off completely. IS is a US creation anyway.

  2. Any candidate who campaigns in a foreign country (e.g. Israel) should immediately be ignored and discounted.

  3. OK, Perry’s out. Walker’s out. Rand can’t get out of the gate. The magic negro and horseface are quickly burning out. Cuckabee and Chrissy are window dressing. That leaves Cruz and Rubio. Oh, and Yeb!, at the discretionary mercy of President Trump.

  4. William H McCarty // September 21, 2015 at 9:28 pm //

    “Any candidate who campaigns in a foreign country (e.g. Israel) should immediately be ignored and discounted.”

    At any other point in history, he would be tried for treason.

  5. “At any other point in history, he would be tried for treason.”

    As Scarlett O’Hara said, in GWTW, ‘Tomorrow is another day.’

    GO, TRUMP, GO!

  6. I don’t care for unions like SEIU, but Scott Walker was always the candidate of big donors who wanted to push an anti-working class agenda of libertarian economics while keeping as quiet as possible on social issues.

  7. Scott Walker’s accomplishments in Wisconsin just don’t scale well to national politics. He was needed in a given provincial place to do some things there at a given time. That, and he signed CCW for Wisconsin, it was one of the last states to get it.

    We have to learn the difference between national politics, state politics and local politics. I’m okay with a lot of people in the latter two that I am not cool with nationally, and also the other way around. For instance, Rahm Emanuel was horrible as a Congressman, as Obama’s Chief of Staff, but he’s an okay Chicago mayor. Scott Walker did good things as Wisconsin governor, but for the reasons that they were only relevant to Wisconsin in this time, and for the fact that he would totally be a donor class whore, I didn’t want him to be President.

  8. William H McCarty
    ‘Since I do not believe public-sector unions should even exist (shaking down taxpayers rather than businesses) his union-busting reputation never bothered me.’

    People have no clue about government unions in Wi. The education system is fleecing the tax payers. The University system in particular is a nest of thieves. All the anti-White pro-black BS including ‘White privilege’ studies is championed by pony tailed commie profs. and lesbians in positions of power.

    Poor things work for slave wages and get only 3 months off for the summer.

    Shall we start with the professor class? They are the elites who rarely are seen in class rooms.

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    KENNETH WEST UW-Madison PROFESSOR $314,531 $314,531 Details Details
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    THOMAS KUECH UW-Madison PROFESSOR $310,647 $310,647 Details Details
    ANTHONY ROSS UW-Milwaukee PROFESSOR $270,002 $309,422 Details Details
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  9. Basketball, football, volleyball, hockey, swimming coaches etc. Total pay extreme right.

    WILLIAM RYAN UW-Madison COACH $421,000 $2,401,618 Details Details
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    GREGORY GARD UW-Madison ASST COACH $235,250 $266,338 Details Details
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    LAMONT PARIS UW-Madison ASST COACH $157,000 $179,725 Details Details
    EVAN SIMON UW-Madison ASST COACH $154,100 $169,250 Details Details
    BENJAMIN STRICKLAND UW-Madison AD HOC PROGRAM SPEC $151,027 $165,531 Details Details
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  10. Sam // September 21, 2015 at 10:32 pm //

    “The education system is fleecing the tax payers. The University system in particular is a nest of thieves. All the anti-White pro-black BS including ‘White privilege’ studies is championed by pony tailed commie profs. and lesbians in positions of power.”

    Don’t forget what they are doing is illegal. Tax deductible organizations are not supposed to engage in political activities.

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    MARTIN CADWALLADER UW-Madison VICE CHANCELLOR $282,800 $282,800 Details Details
    MARK MONE UW-Milwaukee CHANCELLOR $254,074 $267,624 Details Details
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    RICHARD TELFER UW-Whitewater CHANCELLOR $233,527 $256,738 Details Details
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  12. Deans

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  13. Sam,

    That’s a good point about the public sector unions in Wisconsin. I’m pro-working class, but I don’t support tenured leftist bureaucrats or the open borders unions like SEIU.

  14. This is the district I live in. The salaries listed do not include benefits. The additional benefits for Mark Hansen – $43,730.00.

    Hansen, Mark District Administrator Elmbrook Sch Dist Elmbrook Sch Dist Doctorate $171,700.00
    Monogue, Dana Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Elmbrook Sch Dist Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $133,320.00
    Kass, Erik Business Manager Elmbrook Sch Dist Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $126,169.00
    Farley, Andrew Principal East High Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $114,000.00
    Martino, Robyn Principal Wisconsin Hills Middle Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $109,120.00
    Sereno, Michael Principal Pilgrim Park Middle Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $108,752.00
    Gibbons, Tammy Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Elmbrook Sch Dist Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $108,000.00
    Pavletich, Daniel Central Office Administrator Elmbrook Sch Dist Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $107,000.00
    Fredrich, Tanya Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Elmbrook Sch Dist Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $106,575.00
    Siegenthaler, Jeanne Principal Dixon Elementary Elmbrook Sch Dist Doctorate $102,259.00
    Hartman, Kori Principal Swanson Elementary Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $101,677.00
    Gruetzmacher, Brett Principal Central High Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $101,250.00
    Curley, Teresa Principal Burleigh Elementary Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $99,425.00
    Westfahl, Daniel Principal Brookfield Elementary Elmbrook Sch Dist Doctorate $99,000.00
    Mould, Curtis Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Elmbrook Sch Dist Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $98,980.00
    Greiber, Emily Subject Coordinator Elmbrook Sch Dist Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $98,000.00
    Kasmarick, Alexis Principal Tonawanda Elementary Elmbrook Sch Dist Doctorate $96,324.00
    Dwyer, Patricia Principal Fairview South Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $92,000.00
    Fellmeth, Darcie Assistant Principal East High Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $89,991.00
    Peperkorn, Mark Assistant Principal Pilgrim Park Middle Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $83,234.00
    Mc Donald, Susan Assistant Principal Wisconsin Hills Middle Elmbrook Sch Dist Master’s degree $83,234.00
    Benedict, Mark Teacher Central High Elmbrook Sch Dist Doctorate $82,249.00
    Quereshi, Patricia Teacher Central High Elmbrook Sch Dist Doctorate $82,249.00
    Quereshi, Patricia Teacher Wisconsin Hills Middle Elmbrook Sch Dist Doctorate $82,249.00
    Riegert, James Teacher Central High Elmbrook Sch Dist Doctorate $82,249.00
    SOURCE: WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
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  15. Teachers can opt for early retirement at age-55, cops and firefighters at 50.

    Many receive a pension that is a high percentage of what was earned while working in last few years.

    Teachers get full dental and health up to 8 years after retirement.

    Private sector middle class people are suckers!!

  16. Scott Walker is a decent governor.

    Donor politics, the anti White media, AIPAC Christian Zionist cuckservatives stuff kicks in at the Presidential level.

    Go star and local.

  17. Walker: “While I was sitting in church yesterday, the pastor’s words reminded me that the Bible is full of stories about people who were called to be leaders in unusual ways,” he said in a press conference in Madison on Monday. “Today, I believe that I am being called to lead by helping to clear the race so that a positive conservative message can rise to the top of the field.”
    “I encourage other Republican presidential candidates to consider doing the same so the voters can focus on a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive conservative alternative to the current front runner,” he said.’

    Scotty, positive conservatism is the answer. Negativity sucks. This guy should be your next campaign manager.

    The Conservacuck [email protected]
    Diversity is strength! Just look at how well it’s working in Brazil, South Africa, Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Pakistan, the UK, France, Sweden…

    The Conservacuck [email protected]
    Rubio is right: Anchor Babies are “people with stories.” And so is everyone else. Ergo, everyone on Earth is now a US citizen. Come on in!

    The Conservacuck [email protected] Aug 20
    Every Anchor Baby’s parent was literally a criminal by definition, but I’m sure they’ll all grow up to be law-abiding natural conservatives

    The Conservacuck [email protected]
    #RefugeesWelcome: Because signaling that I’m “tolerant” is easier than taking a stand to preserve the nation my ancestors fought & died for

    The Conservacuck [email protected]
    Loved this #GOPDebate! Glad they ignored how America is drowning in Third World diversity, and focused on the truly important issue: Israel

    The Conservacuck [email protected]
    #RefugeesWelcome: Because what our bankrupt welfare system needs most is a massive influx of foreigners who will probably never pay into it

    The Conservacuck [email protected]
    There’s no room in the GOP for people who have the same views on racial diversity that every sane person had from 10,000 BC up until 1965.

    The Conservacuck [email protected]
    You know what’d make a peaceful state (Wisconsin?) full of blonde, blue-eyed Germanics even better? A bunch of immigrants from the worst place on Earth!

  18. Kasich will be gone in a matter of days. His Jewish donors in Columbus won’t fork over much more to keep him in the game.

    The rumor that I’m hearing is that Kasich had a hard time scraping up the cash to pay for a campaign bus to Michigan. He couldn’t afford a second one.

  19. I still think it will be vs. Clinton. Trump would be my favorite, as he would shake things up and perhaps even deport Mexican parasites. But that is doubtful. The system is rigged, the media wants the old hacks that can be bought.

    • The game is definitely rigged against Trump, but I don’t know anybody else more capable of ploughing through them than Trump. Some of us might say the writing is already on the wall, but if Trump fails, it will be a flashing neon sign for those that didn’t see the writing already.

  20. Walker’s mouth gave voice to the words his masters: clear the field for an alternative to the current front runner – Trump. This will happen swiftly. The attempt at a bossed election will be so transparent this cycle that even ‘Murricans will be able to sniff it out.

    Trump has been able to rise to the 30s, how will he get to the 50s and beyond? The GOP will want folks that occupy the same space as Trump to stay in the race: Cruz, Paul, Carson. They will chose a first-choice candidate to oppose him, the rest of the puppets will drop out. If that person falters, they will gamble on Romney, and if he falters, they will simply elect the Democrat; and at this point Biden seems to be the person they will go to for a “safe” campaign.

    I’m keen for a fight. It’s either Trump, or another battlefield later, one of their choosing. It will be the alt-right and whatever “silent majority” is left in America fighting it out against the Jewish World Order.

    In the event of a Trump victory; we may be marshaling up to help loyal government agents roll back the illegals against disloyal agents and the anti-white coalition.

    In the event Trump doesn’t win the nomination, or he goes down to the Democrat, we will be marshaling the remnant for Partition, as it will be nakedly obvious that we can’t vote our way out of this.

    Either way, the cycles of history are summating to a crescendo – and all could be swept away.

  21. The facts are this candidates who are natives of Greater New England ie the Upper Midwest or New York/New England have an almost ZERO chance of being elected. Lower Midwestern or Southern candidates play the best with the folks. Since 1860, Lincoln KY, you had Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Harrison and McKinley from Ohio. Grover Cleveland was from New Jersey, but was paired with one Midwestern and one Southern VP. Teddy Roosevelt became President upon McKinley’assasination, Taft-Ohio, Wilson-Virginia, Harding-Ohio. Coolidge, from Vermont was Hardings VP. Hoover-Iowa. FDR had 2 Southern VP, Garner and Truman, Trumans VP Barkley was from Kentucky, Ike was from Texas, raised in Kansas and his Veep Nixon’s family were all from Ohio and Indiana.

  22. JFK needed LBJ to be electable, Nixon had Maryland’s Greek Governor Agnew. Jimmy Carter being from Georgia had Mondale who was from Minn. Reagan was a movie star. The Bush Family, although being from Old New England, lived and was in the Texas oil industry which did make them acceptable in the South. Clinton and Gore=South. Obama-Biden have been the major exception to this.

    If Donald Trump becomes the nominee he will need a Southern Vice President to win the Heartland and Dixie. It is just that simple.

  23. Personally I do not care about 2016. I am hoping that the entire system implodes and then hopefully we can be free. I would even support Hillary Clinton if I believed it would bring the outcome that would be the most desirable and that is collapse

  24. “A great product.”

    That is what these men are. A product. This is what American politics has been reduced to and people wonder why the country is sinking.

    People demand to know why their elected leaders ignore and even insult them? This is why. Donors control politics. Trump has exposed this to where even Rush Limbaugh is openly talking about it.

  25. Billy Ray Jenkins: collapse to what? Starvation? Banditry? How do you get to “be free” via a collapse? Shen India and Pakistan “collapsed” into two nations it was a horrifying scene, and all it lead to was the division they were attempting to reach via peaceful means.

    From Wikipedia: In the riots which preceded the partition in the Punjab region, between 200,000 and 500,000 people were killed in the retributive genocide between the religions.UNHCR estimates 14 million Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims were displaced during the partition; it was the largest mass migration in human history. – Wikipedia

    In fact, nearly a million people died, not to mention the mutilation, rapes, and other tragedies. Let’s not go that route if at all possible.

  26. Trump vs Hillary would be the showdown of the century. If Hillary or Sanders wins over Trump, I’d say millions of Tea Partiers will wake up and realize they are never going to “take America back” at the ballot box in national elections or at the Supreme Court. If Hillary wins there will be a huge spike in secessionist movements, especially for us. It’s win-win either way for us when you think about it: We win with Trump, we win with Hillary.

  27. Notice this Republican Delegate chart from 2012. It list the number of total delegates and then the number that each 2012 candidate won. I was a little ignorant of this total process prior to an alarm that Ricky Vaughn raised about a “Brokered Convention”.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/president/republican_delegate_count.html

    If a candidate cannot receive sufficient delegates on the first vote then the convention may become a “Brokered Convention.”

    “In this circumstance, all regular delegates (who, previously, were pledged to the candidate who had won their respective state’s primary or caucus election) are “released,” and are able to switch their allegiance to a different candidate before the next round of balloting. It is hoped that this ‘freedom’ will result in a re-vote resulting in a clear majority of delegates for one candidate.”- Wiki

    What was surprising to me from the RCP delegate chart was the amount of state primaries that are “proportional” or non-binding caucus. So now in the GOP there are two warring groups, and one of those is losing in popular vote, but massively in control of the apparatus and organization. At least, for now, and its massively funded financial class has much at stake if the popular candidate wins.

    The issue for that class now is to consolidate all delegates possible, those via proportional primaries, via non-binding caucus, superdelegates that are not bound via primary vote (128 total superdelegates) into a bloc that can have some weight if a first ballot victory is not possible for the popular candidate.

    So I would expect almost immediately all marginal candidates to fold so that donors can concentrate efforts on driving up other candidates vote count. However, given the primary schedule, the top 5 or so, may not feel the urge to bail quickly. The first primary is Iowa, a non-binding caucus, the second NH is a small state with 12 out of 2,286 total delegates, then the winner take all SoCar with 25 and Nevada Proportional Primary with 28. The fold date really probably is before Super Tuesday on Mar 1. I am not sure what happens to delegates if a candidate drops out.

    So no matter how much Trump supporters may be optimistic, the process could still work against him.

  28. And yet these are the arrogant, self-righteous bastards and gangsters who lecture the whole world on “democracy,” “human rights,” “transparency,” etc. and constantly meddle in other countries’ affairs.

  29. I expect to stay home next November (2016). They’d do anything to keep Trump out. He’d have to win big in the primaries to have a chance at all. How many primaries did Humphrey even enter in 1968? Ok, different system now, but…

  30. “In his swan song below, Walker called for other candidates to drop out in order to consolidate the anti-Trump vote.”

    If all the cucks take departing shots like that at the man who is currently in the lead then doesn’t this break in spirit the pledge that they are supposed to be making to support whoever gets the nomination. Trump should not be forced to abstain running as a 3rd party candidate if the all the cucks are uniting against him.

    Trump vs the cucks.

  31. all Republiscam cuckservatives – and Trump, who is a lifelong left-lib Demoncrat – should drop out of the dog-and-pony show and allow the inevitable Mrs. Clinton (unless Obama jails her before election day)to be the Prez. She will be an ideal last Captain for the USS Titanic. When it hits the debtberg, Hiligula will literally be running around in circles and screaming hysterically. During the subsequent Left/Right//urban/rural//race vs race war-to-the-knife, all outstanding issues will be resolved

  32. “If Donald Trump becomes the nominee he will need a Southern Vice President to win the Heartland and Dixie. It is just that simple.”

    The South’s going to vote for Hillary and BlackLivesMatter – forced homo everything, Hollywood and Harvard PC Leftism unless the GOP VP is Southern?

    Nah.

    The South voted against the anti Southern Left Dems the last time – Romney and his Wisconsin VP weren’t of the South.

  33. Jack as I said before typically you want to play you balance the ticket with a Southern Candidate. For whatever reason and don’t ask me why, Southern Candidates play very well with voters in Midwest and solidify the Southern vote as well. McCain/Palin and Romney/Ryan I knew would lose from the start as both candidacies did neither and Palin had the woman issue and Romney the Mormon issue.

    Obama won Virginia precisely because of the NoVA problem and Florida because of the Migrant issue and won NC for precisely similar reasons but historically speaking if you want to WIN, you get a Southern Politician on the ticket. If Trump picks a Southern Vice President its an almost guaranteed win. Since 1912 it has been this way.

    Wilson VA/Marshall IN
    Roosevelt NY/Garner TX
    Roosevelt/Truman MO
    Truman MO/Barkley KY
    JFK/Mass/LBJ TX
    LBJ/Humphrey
    Carter GA/Mondale MN
    Reagan ILL/CAL Bush CT/TX (Bush Family lived in Texas making them acceptable)
    Clinton AR Gore TN
    Bush TX/ Cheney WY

    There have been exceptions to this formula of course but the fact is if Trump wants to win, he better find a Southern Candidate then its all but guaranteed.

  34. Afterthought, the collapse is not an IF its a WHEN. The sooner it happens the better off we will all be. If it happens later, White people are over with for eternity. The youth have no fight in them.

    • @ Billy Ray Jenkins
      Lots of youth have fight in them. They just have to

      A) realize what’s happening to them and the future of whites in general

      B) see a strong collective, socially acceptable, with smart, alpha leadership, rising up together, likely to win. Very few are willing to go lone wolf style unless he thinks he’ll be rewarded in heaven. Dylan Roof while called a lone wolf by media did it in hopes of starting a race war, so he was counting on others joining him and winning the war.

      Clearly we have our work cut out for us in both A and B but young white men have traditionally been, and will be in the future, the greatest warriors. THey have plenty of fight in them, we just have to show them the justifiable cause and a strong leader(s) and movements.

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