Just read this website.
I’ve been blogging every up and down in our relationship with Trump. He has done things we like. He has done other things we dislike. I’m going to be completely honest with you. As I said in my New Years’ Resolution, “I want to bring you the truth about the Trump administration. Nothing more. Nothing less.”
I suspect this is the way it is going to be for the next four years. We’ve hated almost everything Obama has done while he was in office. We strongly disliked George W. Bush. Trump will be a more complex figure than W. or Obama. He has been on an upswing over the past week because of his clashes with the fake news Lügenpresse, his determination to build a new relationship with Russia and developments which indicate he is serious about his trade policy and building the Trump Wall on the Mexican border.
Excellent Trump appointment for Secretary of Homeland Security, General John Kelly & I discuss border security with my wall model on table. pic.twitter.com/OGkBcN6NjU
— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) January 13, 2017
We’re going to cover the Trump administration as it plays out. No one really knows what will happen. If we are satisfied at the end of four years, we will support his reelection. If he does something along the way that is seriously not cool and loses our support, you will be the first to hear about it. Honeymoons don’t last forever. We’ve bought four years of Trump and are simply apprehensive about the future.
Finally, this Narrative that the Alt-Right has splintered and is falling apart is ridiculous. Nothing has fundamentally changed. The Alt-Lite brands were never the Alt-Right. These brands are still doing what they were doing before the election and haven’t ceased being useful. I’ve crossed swords with Vox Day, but he is doing his own thing and I am doing my own thing, which is what we have always done. Even the beefs which played out after Hailgate were more or less the same beefs that existed before 2015.
As Nietzsche pointed out, conflict is a good thing! When wills collide, it stimulates the development of new knowledge, so it isn’t necessarily a bad thing when we argue over distinctions. We can learn a lot in the process from a healthy exchanges of views. According to this theory, 2016 should have been a disaster for the Right because there was never more infighting. Instead, it is the Left which is exhausted.
All signs around here continue to point upward. That’s what I am hearing from other websites. There’s a new ferocity in our movement. There’s a new sense of urgency after languishing for years.
Note: Do you see the image above? You will never have to see it again.