I don’t have much to add to this.
In the last 24 hours, Trump committed himself to signing the Charlottesville resolution which condemns the Alt-Right without saying anything about Antifa and he cut a deal with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi to pass a DREAM Act amnesty without getting the border wall in return.
I’ve been done with Trump since Syria. I grew disillusioned with him during the Cabinet picks, gave him the first 100 days and finally concluded he couldn’t be trusted by April. Everything that happened after Syria from the attacks on Sessions to firing Bannon to Charlottesville left me disillusioned with his presidency. He hasn’t done anything to earn the support of our community.
For months, I was told “you’re black-pilling me bro” because I was so cynical about Trump. Lots of people continued to support Trump in spite of it all over immigration. Jeff Sessions was one of them. In spite of being publicly humiliated by Trump, he hung on in order to end DACA.
Where do we go from here? The path forward for the Alt-Right is to separate our brand from Trump, Congress and “True Conservatism,” capitalize on the growing anger and disaffection on the Right and chart an independent course. Trump’s disavowal of the Alt-Right will go from being a liability to an asset as his supporters lose faith in him over Make Amnesty Great Again.
Trump was useful for us in that he weakened the establishment and demonstrated the appeal of populism and nationalism. Instead of a fake champion of those ideas, we need to find a real one.