In my case, I haven’t supported him in nearly two years.
It is the rest of the movement that has finally thrown in the towel and caught up with my analysis of his presidency after the midterms and going full MIGA:
“Earlier this month, Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney spoke out to confirm that President Donald Trump is not a white supremacist— after the shooter who killed 50 at two mosques in New Zealand praised Trump as “a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.”
It’s not the first time Trump has had to vocally shake off allegiances to white nationalists; there have been a string of incidents in which the president has been linked to — or praised by — those who identify as white supremacist or white nationalist. But, in a surprising turn, many of his longtime supporters with “pro-white” views are now stepping off the Trump Train.
INSIDER spoke to multiple people who identify with labels including nationalist, anti-immigrant, “Western chauvinist,” and “pro-white,” who say those in their circles have become disillusioned by Trump. They say while he did invigorate them during his campaign and help bring their ideas out from the fringe, he hasn’t acted on the promises that initially drew them to him. …
Others in the movement disagree. “Pro-white” nationalist Brad Griffin, who goes by the pseudonym Hunter Wallace and runs a nationalist blog, told INSIDER that while there was a groundswell of enthusiasm for the president in 2016, “I don’t really know of anybody at this point who continues to support Donald Trump. There’s a pretty big consensus on that issue now in our little corner of the internet… the whole bottom has collapsed on Trump with his white nationalist voters.” …
I think he has a superior vision for the country, it’s vastly superior to Donald Trump’s vision,” Griffin told INSIDER. “I strongly support universal basic income and think it’s brilliant… I think Yang has solved the white nationalist problem.”
I’m increasingly allergic to labels.
The tag line of the site simply reads “Nationalism, Populism, Reaction.” This is the actual perspective from which I analyze politics, history, current affairs, etc.
I’ve spent the last year studying Lutheranism, Early Modern European history, virtue ethics, low carb dieting and intermittent fasting. My interests have always been all over the place. I enjoy science fiction. As always, I remain pro-White, pro-South and pro-Christian, a nationalist, a populist and a reactionary blogger, but I am tired of being pigeon holed and misrepresented and tied to all sorts of things which I don’t support and have never had anything to do with like nihilistic mass shootings.
I’d like to be thought of as a husband, a father, a thinker, a Southerner, a European, a Lutheran and an intelligent, highly educated commentator on current affairs from a populist and nationalist perspective. I’m also a fairly tolerant, enlightened and friendly human being who loves his country (Dixie) and wants to fix its problems. I’m not by any means a bigot, enthusiast or a fanatic.
Those people are my sworn enemies. This is who I really am in real life:
I’ve always admired Luther because he never pulled his punches. He would tell you exactly what he thought about everything. He would have had no time for political correctness.
We need a new Reformation to exorcise the demon that is political correctness from our culture. We need to clean out the stables of our culture. It is hardly unprecedented. We’ve had to do this sort of maintenance several times in our history.
Can you imagine what Luther would have said about political correctness? A bunch of Jews tone policing us and telling us what we can and cannot say, who we can and cannot associate with, what we can and cannot believe in our own countries, because … various -isms and -phobias?