Someone posted this the other day basically saying it’s RW twitter summed up and I still can’t get over how accurate that is ?? pic.twitter.com/VrtmKbv2Wb— `•.¸¸.•´´¯`••._.• ?????? (@RubAlcoholOnIt) November 23, 2019
I want to draw your attention this afternoon to two stories that recently popped up which illustrate that Conservatism, Inc. has no intention whatsoever of conserving the White Christian core of America and only seeks to perpetuate its own existence.
The first is this conversation between Rich Lowry and Vox.com about what an inclusive version of American Nationalism means.
We’re just about out of time, so let me ask you this: Is there a future version of America — in which Christianity is not the dominant religion, in which white people aren’t the majority, and in which English is not the primary language — that still aligns with your nationalist vision?
Yeah, some demographic change is baked in the cake and we’re already seeing it. So I don’t think national identity is about being white. The English language is more fundamental, and I think getting from here to the point where there’s another dominant language would be a very rocky road. I expect that to remain a molten core of our national culture and a big part of our national identity.
But the country is going to become less white and less Christian. And when I talk about Christianity, I’m really talking about these cultural tropes that we’ve inherited from Christianity and the Bible, like the idea that we’re a chosen people or the idea of a covenant. The Constitution is a kind of covenant and I think it’s a non-negotiable foundation for our sovereignty and national identity.
So to me, whether we still have a Constitution or not is much more important to the question of whether we’re still an American nation than, say, the racial make-up of the country.
“National Conservatism” is the meme.
Rich Lowry’s position is that if America ceases to be a White country and ceases to be a Christian country over the next thirty years, then it will be fine so long as we still have the English language, the Dallas Cowboys and “cultural tropes that we’ve inherited from Christianity.” He doesn’t explain how the GOP will conserve any of that either in a Third World America.
The second are these screenshots of Ben Shapiro cancelling a conservative writer at The Daily Wire for homophobia which surfaced on Twitter this morning:
I’m posting my conversation with Ben Shapiro from the night he fired me. It’s important to do this since time has passed, people have had a chance to understand the context of my tweet and know more about what Conservative Inc really represents. Here are the screenshots 2/6 pic.twitter.com/c05IUDRPTz— Denise McAllister (@McAllisterDen) November 23, 2019
Screenshot 2/ pic.twitter.com/5OpeQnTmQj— Denise McAllister (@McAllisterDen) November 23, 2019
Screenshot 3/ pic.twitter.com/495ntpwovn— Denise McAllister (@McAllisterDen) November 23, 2019
Screenshot 4/ pic.twitter.com/Jans8dxXNY— Denise McAllister (@McAllisterDen) November 23, 2019
Screenshot 5/ pic.twitter.com/AKWx8cSl4H— Denise McAllister (@McAllisterDen) November 23, 2019
Yes, I apologized. The video I attached was my podcast explaining my anger and grief. This apology was the next day after I had been deluged with hate by literally millions and my friends at the Federalist fired me.— Denise McAllister (@McAllisterDen) November 23, 2019
Judge between us. He had to protect his brand. 6/6
This isn’t a new story.
Denise McAllister was cancelled by The Daily Wire and The Federalist for offending Yashar Ali who is an Iranian homosexual journalist who writes for The Daily Beast.
“Right-wing commentator Denise McAllister – who made headlines last week for a testy exchange with Meghan McCain – will no longer be writing for The Federalist following a homophobic Twitter tirade over the weekend, the conservative publication’s publisher announced early Sunday.
“In response to your many inquiries, we’ve spoken and Denise McAllister will not be writing for us at The Federalist any more,” Ben Domenech, who is also McCain’s husband, said in a tweet.
Domenech told The Washington Post that McAllister contributed to The Federalist as a freelancer.
“We have hundreds of freelancers,” he told the Post. “She won’t be one of them going forward.” …”
I was bullied for being Iranian as a kid. But I never felt ashamed of my ethnicity. I came out on 8/17/2001 & while it hasn’t always been easy, I have always been proud of who I am. I’m Iranian, gay, and Catholic. Perhaps an odd combo, but I wouldn’t change who I am for the world pic.twitter.com/xGPzoDzM13— Yashar Ali ? (@yashar) March 31, 2019
In response to your many inquiries, we’ve spoken and Denise McAllister will not be writing for us at The Federalist any more.— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) March 31, 2019
This happened back in April.
Denise McAllister had tarnished the Conservatism, Inc. brand which is presiding over the demise of our civilization while having the respect of their enemies in the leftwing media and tone policing their own writers for homophobia. That’s how you win the Culture War.
Ask Charlie Kirk:
I believe marriage is one man one woman— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) November 22, 2019
Also gay people should be welcome in the conservative movement
As Christians we are called to love everyone
I will always stand against people who wish to establish their own personal values as a reason to kick others out of our movement pic.twitter.com/7QmuEWlt49
Looks like someone is getting ready for CPAC next year https://t.co/WbSTxThUVW— EMPEROR WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) November 23, 2019
Yesterday, Cuck posted this exchange with a Groyper on this Twitter timeline who he called an “anti-gay extremist.” There seems to be a pattern here.
Look who doesn’t get fired by Ben Shapiro:
I rest my case.
Conservatism, Inc. is not conserving the White Christian majority. It is a controlled opposition that conserves leftwing social revolutions and exploits populist voters to advance the “pro-Israel” agenda. It isn’t doing anything but conserving liberalism.
An astute observer of these people recently summed it up this way: the progressive liberals are at the helm of the ship and set the direction. Conservative liberals like Charlie Kirk and Ben Shapiro drop the anchor. Conservatism, Inc. exists to prevent anyone from hijacking the ship, tossing these losers overboard and going in the opposite direction.