Jared Taylor has a good take on Blompf.
He doesn’t explain why he has amassed this pathetic record though. The answer is that he sold out to the donors during the transition after he unexpectedly won the 2016 election. The priorities of the Republican donor class and establishment became his priorities. There was no great outcry in the GOP base for criminal justice reform or moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.
There is a reason why he has done Jerusalem, the Golan Heights, tore up the Iran Deal, imposed sanctions on Iran, deployed U.S. troops to Saudi Arabia, attacked Syria twice, hired John Bolton as his National Security Adviser, increased foreign aid to Israel, cut off foreign aid to the Palestinians, pardoned Sholom Rubashkin and Ronen Nahmani, sold a fleet of F-35 stealth fighers to Israel, bullied the U.N. over Israel and anti-Semitism, pushed the anti-BDS bill, declared anti-Semitism a threat to U.S. national security and has had the Republican Congress condemn anti-Semitism at least twice this year.
The reason why all this mysteriously manages to get done while the populist agenda of his base languishes in committees is because he sold the policies to Sheldon Adelson, Bernard Marcus and Paul Singer. If those three Jewish billionaires weren’t dropping hundreds of millions of dollars into the GOP, he would be singing a different tune right now on his Twitter account. This garbage called “National Conservatism” under gatekeepers like Yarom Hazony and David Brog is a symptom of the same problem.
It’s true that Blompf is cynically race-baiting and trying to push our buttons in order to manipulate us into getting out the vote to keep this charade going. He is a marketing executive and businessmen who has sized us up and sees us as an opportunity. He wants to milk our movement to get all these things for his donors. What’s more, he has telegraphed on multiple occasions that he doesn’t care about the fallout. We’re just useful idiots who are there to vote for him and absorb the blowback.
What is the benefit to us of all this blowback? Sure, it is riling up White voters, but this isn’t doing anything politically to change their predicament. It is just poking both sides with a stick for pure partisan advantage. As long as the policy agenda is sold to donors, stoking White outrage is pointless. At what point will the GOP stop selling the policies to the donor class? Not until their hand is forced.
It is better to force their hand sooner rather than later.