they don’t like being told that their vote isn’t wanted pic.twitter.com/FC0qZGbVdb— Racist Paperclip (@RacistClip) November 6, 2020
This is the most cursed thing I have ever seen on the TL. https://t.co/z5OOjiOuos— Dave Reilly (@realDaveReilly) December 13, 2020
As if any further evidence were needed after the Trump administration, there is “no place” in the GOP for anyone who has a history of being explicitly involved in pro-White politics. White identity is forbidden and every other identity group including transsexuals is welcome in the Republican Party.
“Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s campaign strongly condemned a photo circulating on social media of her posing with a longtime white supremacist taken at an event in Dawsonville on Friday. …
“Kelly had no idea who that was, and if she had she would have kicked him out immediately because we condemn in the most vociferous terms everything that he stands for,” Stephen Lawson, Loeffler’s campaign spokesman, said in a statement Sunday. …
Doles has attempted to insinuate himself into Republican politics over the past year, claiming to have renounced his past while maintaining ties with his longtime friends in the white supremacist movement. …
Other Georgia Republicans have made their position on Doles clear. U.S. Rep. Doug Collins was listed as an “invited” speaker to one of Doles’s events in 2019. Collins immediately disavowed the invitation.
“White supremacy and white nationalism have no place in our country, and I will continue to denounce any and all forms of hate,” he said. …”
Kelly Loeffler wants nothing to do with Chester Doles.
Fifty years of older people conflating mainstream conservatism with various White grievances (i.e., political correctness, abortion, immigration, affirmative action, gay marriage, Southern heritage, etc.) and engaging in futile rounds of backlash politics in every election cycle has been a disaster.
While these are valid cultural grievances, the GOP doesn’t care about any of these grievances and never does anything to address them. Instead, it milks the “social issues” to harvest votes from backlash politics to advance its financial agenda. We need to break the habit of being mad about something the Left has done and thinking that voting for the likes of Kelly Loeffler is the solution. Kelly Loeffler is the richest member of Congress and wouldn’t be caught dead in the same room breathing the same oxygen as the rest of us. We need to take these people at their word when they say they don’t represent us. The whole point of engaging in politics is to secure representation and the GOP isn’t offering that to us.
None of this is to say that the Democrats are any better. Neither party as a matter of principle (read: because of their Jewish billionaire donors) is interested in representing pro-White voters. We have “no place” in the Republican Party or Democratic Party. We can either start building our own institutions and decoupling from conservatism or continue to go nowhere like we have for the last fifty years.
Note: Some have chosen the path of being a sideshow act in the Donald Trump personality cult. Four years of the Donald Trump reality television presidency has illustrated why this isn’t a viable option.