Conservatives, moderate Republicans, and phony “Christian” moralizers played no real part in Trump’s almost-unbelievable successes in 2015 and 2016.
No, it was the Alt-Right and the previously-titled “silent majority” of White working class men and women (many of whom share at least some of our beliefs) that made the difference during the darkest periods of the GOP Primaries and General Election.
These people in many cases stepped out of the shadows to vote for the first time in their lives for a man they trusted with every fiber of their being, and regardless of what various Jewish pundits say, much of that had to do with a dream (subconscious in many instances) that Whites would at last be lifted out of the depressing pit that had been dug over the last few decades.
But now we see the man in which so much hope was placed turn around and straight-up pimp slap the millions who lined up for hours in many cases to cast their humble votes – SAD!
The White House said Wednesday that President Donald Trump will sign a bipartisan congressional resolution condemning white nationalists, after the measure passed both chambers earlier this week.
The joint resolution targets the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis, and other hate groups and urges the Trump administration “to use all available resources to address the threats posed by those groups.”
So much for removing funding for federal agencies targeting us, eh?
Isn’t this resolution pretty much exactly what Hillary promised to do?
Lawmakers said the legislation would put the president on the record opposing hate groups after violence erupted at a racially charged rally in Virginia last month.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday the president would sign the legislation.
“He looks forward to doing so,” Sanders said in the daily White House press briefing.
Of course he does, even though to do so would be a form of political suicide when combined with the DACA amnesty and lack of wall building.
Because when the dust settles we will emerge in a position stronger than ever before, for we are not tied to the MAGA brand like so many of the emasculated beta males that treat Trump like a daddy figure for undefined psychological reasons.
We are now the only show in town that’s willing to push ideas, cultural changes, and policy that would in the end benefit the forgotten White men and women that Trump so cruelly used and discarded.
They may think us a bit rough and tough, but in this fallen age, such strength is needed.