Trump Announces 2020 Reelection Bid, Appoints Campaign Manager

I’m sitting here trying to figure out why exactly we’re seeing something like this emerge at least 18 months before we typically hear of any serious campaigning projects.

Is it supposed to be some sort of publicity stunt?

Or maybe a way to galvanize a base that is more and more starting to look at things and wonder where exactly the wall and the deportation squads disappeared to?

Or is it just a random move by a man who has, for good and bad, lived a life of spontaneity and recklessness?

CBS News:

President Donald Trump announced that he’s running for re-election in 2020, and Brad Parscale, who served as the Trump campaign’s 2016 digital guru, has been named campaign manager.

In an announcement posted on the president’s campaign website, his son, Eric Trump, called Parscale “an amazing talent” who was “pivotal to our success in 2016.” Top Trump adviser and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner said that Parscale “was essential in bringing a disciplined technology and data-driven approach to how the 2016 campaign was run.”

Jared The Jew is pretty much dead on about this – Parscale is a brilliant man who helped to pinpoint options for victory (all through the digital tubes, mind you) when all seemed lost after the Pussy Tape went viral.

Without this man (and Bannon), Trump would have likely gone about the last couple months like a typical Republican candidate, and would have lost states like Pennsylvania and Michigan like so many before him.

The news was first reported by Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report.

I’m just going to go ahead and call this story out as a waste of data – it’s too damned early to make any serious predictions, or to start salivating like some sort of bored journalistic parasite.

We haven’t even gone through the midterms, have at least a year until things start to crystallize, and have literally no idea who the Democrats will wind up pushing as their favored candidate.

And that last piece right there is the be all and end all – unless you see a Hillary rematch (not going to happen), Trump is going to have a serious fight on his hands (even if we end up with a Shithole American as a candidate).

The Left is going to push a platform that will copy much from what we were promised by The Don, and in Northern/Midwestern states that are still in the midst of stagnation (Tel Aviv is #MAGAing far more than rural Pennsylvana), this will resonate very, very well.

Remember too that by the end of 2020, the last of the old “Greatest Generation” will be dead, more Boomers will be dead, states like Florida and Arizona will be significantly browner, places like Virginia and New Hampshire will be finally and solidly blue beyond conventional redemption, and the last wave of Millennials will be old enough to vote (note that they will be the most non-White cluster we’ve ever seen hit the polls).

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22 Comments

  1. The fraud Vox Day thinks that Trump will have zero trouble being re-elected and the Dems will actually keep their top tier candidates out of the race.

    We won’t have any idea of anything until the midterm elections are over.

  2. I am not interested.

    Get out of Syria, crack down harder on illegals, prosecute DC criminals. Then I might pay attention.

    • It seems Trump has given foreign policy over to the generals and to Jared. He must think it will save him from being totally hated by the Deep State.

    • And do something to help the White South Africans. I’ve emailed this cuck four times about this, but absolutely nothing.

  3. Guess who WON’T be voting for him again? Hint: It’s the same guy who will be voting for Kamala Harris instead.

  4. I don’t hate the man, I’m just very disappointed. This is a crossroads of civilization, not a time for half measures.

  5. If Trump remains on his present course he’ll lose next time around. In his 1st year he threw away the winning hand that got him elected. This is what Republicucks always do but we thought Trump was different.

  6. Maybe we should all, WN1.0, 2.0, AR, etc, just give Trump what he wants, he wants us to hate him, this is why is passed that resolution, pentagon starting net war, FBI hunting top 1000 of us, etc. If we hate him, dislike him, etc, openly, he gets what we wants, to separate himself from us so pressure drops from him, the left often sees Trump as a Neo-Nazi. So we continue pushing our agenda, let Trump do his agenda, we have to plan beyond just Trumpism. Don’t forget the true goal we all really want, and our differences can be settled peacefully, perhaps in a congressional manner, World White Congress, American White Congress, the Hebrews/Jews used this method to stay together and build to Israel.

  7. trump doesn’t really even matter….the gop congress and the judges will thwart him and populist politics…what we need is a good old fashioned civil war…and we can get that by voting for the most anti-white politicians on the ballot…we want whites to be persecuted so they will get angry…ramp it up, boys…vote for nonwhite/anti-white Dems …straight ticket

    • It’s an interest thought, imagine what we could do for the Democrats if we wanted too. All get on board, push the Dems, stop all anti Dem talk, attack the GOP, win the interwebs for the Donkey. They would win elections for sure then. Also they may even back off actual attacks on us and let us work. I guess this would be called accelerationism. People don’t need 10 years to wake up, it can happen in one night. We will be there collecting all these new recruits. Planning for total victory. Fun thought.

  8. Trump campaigning for George P Bush:

    Donald J. Trump
    ?Verified account @realDonaldTrump
    6h6 hours ago

    Texas LC George P. Bush backed me when it wasn’t the politically correct thing to do, and I back him now. Also, AC Sid Miller has been with me from the beginning, he is “Trump’s Man in Texas.” Also support Comptroller Glenn Hegar, and Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick.

    For the record I voted against all these folks.

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