It has been months since either Rand Paul or Jack Hunter crossed my mind, but apparently he has been thinking about about us:
“Who’s a major “cuckservative?” according to the alt-right? Rand Paul. Why? For pursuing criminal justice reform, engaging in minority outreach, not demonizing Hispanics in the immigration debate and daring to criticize Donald Trump.
Rand Paul is not supposed to help non-whites, according to the alt-right. He’s betraying his “tribe.”
Yes, this racist tripe is what some are seriously discussing in 2016.
It’s also the inevitable end result of collectivist-racialist thinking. …”
Why would anyone think about Rand Paul?
Rand Paul mustered all of 4.5% of the vote – 8,481 votes in total – in the low turnout Iowa Caucuses. Ron Paul ran for president three times without winning a single primary or caucus. There was never any “libertarian moment.”
Donald Trump just won the Republican nomination outright. He conquered the Republican Party by shattering politically correct taboos and by promising to deport illegal aliens and secure the border with a big beautiful wall. In contrast, goofy Rand Paul took the cucked route, presented himself as a “Detroit Republican” chainsawing the tax code, and promised to work with Democrats on “criminal justice reform.”
We’ve joked for months that Ted Cruz was only capable of winning voterless elections and low turnout caucuses. Even with millions of dollars, Ron Paul and Rand Paul were incapable of even doing that. It wasn’t because the establishment was too powerful to overcome. It wasn’t because the donors had too much money. It wasn’t because voters were too religious or too conservative. It wasn’t because of all powerful neocons.
No, it was simply because Ron Paul and Rand Paul came across as weak, and followed their cucked strategy to its logical conclusion, which was defeat. I will never forget how Ron Paul denounced the idea of a border fence in the 2012 presidential debates and compared the US Border Patrol to the Gestapo on the eve of the Nevada primary. None of us will ever forget either how Rand Paul threw Jack Hunter under the bus and how he groveled and flagellated himself in order to claw his way back to respectability.
It was all very weak … so weak, in fact, that Rand Paul didn’t flame out. He fizzled out. He didn’t even launch. He was a dud and was hauled off the platform.
“So, yes, I’m disturbed by an auditorium full of young people chanting “cuck!” or that the speaker they’re listening to also leads an alt-right chorus. It’s not a defense of the left, who deserve every bit of scorn they receive and more—it’s concern for the right.
Particularly the young right.
My worry is that passionate, well-meaning, but still intellectually curious young libertarians and conservatives might wander too far into what the alt-right is peddling. Particularly in an election year when Ron Paul isn’t running for president, Rand Paul’s campaign did not live up to expectations and the alt-right’s favorite candidate, Donald Trump, is the likeliest Republican nominee. …”
There is nothing edgy about a groveling, pudgy, middle aged cuck who writes for The Daily Beast and who cries on the internet about how we are being too mean to black people. Of course the popularity of the Southern Avenger persona versus the new and improved Jack Hunter speaks for itself.