Just watch Tucker Carlson’s show.
The GOP has nothing going for them except the Far Left. As a disaffected moderate Trump voter, the possibility of voting for Joe Biden or a Democratic Senate candidate never once crossed my mind. A lost vote for Donald Trump isn’t necessarily a vote that flips to Joe Biden.
“The Democratic Party is struggling with internal contradictions, as its mixed performance on Election Day makes clear.
Analysts and insiders are already talking — sometimes in apocalyptic terms — about how hard it will be for Joe Biden to hold together the coalition that elected him as the 46th president. But it’s important to remember that conflicts are inherent in a party that seeks to represent constituencies running the gamut from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s 14th district in New York (50 percent Hispanic, 22 percent non-Hispanic white, 18 percent Asian, 8 percent Black) to 7th generation Utahan Ben McAdams’s 4th District in Utah (74 percent white, 1 percent Black, 3 percent Asian, 17 percent Hispanic.)
Jonathan Rodden, a political scientist at Stanford who has explored the structural difficulties facing Democrats in his book “Why Cities Lose,” wrote in an email that the concentration of liberals in urban communities creates a built-in conflict for the party:
“The ‘presidential wing’ of the party,” he said, referring to the wing most concerned with winning the national election for the White House, “faces no incentives to worry about the geography of Congressional or state legislative districts at all.” …”
Imagine my dilemma in 2020.
The Left has pigeonholed me as a “white supremacist” because I am an ethnocentric White male. I refuse to go along with their “systemic racism” conspiracy theory and hate myself for being White, but that is all that matters to those people. My views on every other issue like free-market economics don’t matter. I’m oppressing Oprah Winfey or Jussie Smollett by sitting in my house and rolling my eyes at their bullshit. A few generations ago, I would have been a moderate Southern Democrat.
The Far Left is burning down America and causing endless chaos. Donald Trump won’t enforce the law and send in the National Guard because he has cynically calculated that it would help him with Independent voters. I’m disappointed with Donald Trump, but there is no alternative except to blackpill. How many people in the Center of the electorate chose not to vote like I did in the 2020 election? How many people chose not to vote for Trump but voted for a Republican Congress to maximize gridlock? How can moderate voters support stupid shit like “Defund the Police,” socialism or open borders?
Joe Biden has won the election, but what is he going to do now? The Democrats have a slimmer House majority. The Senate is slipping away. Assuming the Democrats win the Senate races in Georgia, Joe Manchin isn’t going along with the Far Left agenda. The Republicans have a 6-3 majority on the Supreme Court. The Orange Lightning Rod won’t be there to hold the Democrats together for much longer. Sleepy Joe can’t do much except issue executive orders which will get tied up in the courts.
In retrospect, Trump was the ideal villain for the Left. He wasn’t interested in doing anything except stirring the pot, soaking up the spotlight and being the center of attention. He never used power to do much of anything except a bunch of typical GOP priorities. He was a liability to us and centrist Democrats and an asset to the Far Left. They were allowed to run wild in places like CHAZ in Seattle. So now the result of this split decision is that we are done with Donald Trump, but anything getting done in Congress is less realistic than ever. Were it not for the Far Left, Trump would have lost in a landslide.