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The 2020 US Presidential Race So Far

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For decades how, White Nationalists have been telling Republicans that unless they halt the demographic decline of white America, their party is doomed, and the Democrats will create a one-party state.

There will come a time when all the Republican conventional wisdom — which, after all, is based on elections in a predominantly white America — will simply no longer be true. There will come a time when “The economy’s good” will no longer save Republicans.

Indeed, in 2016, it was probably already impossible for a conventional Republican to get elected President. But then an unconventional Republican, Donald Trump, came along.

Trump’s America-First trade and foreign policies, and his promise to reduce immigration — most of which is non-white — spoke to the demographic anxieties of white Americans. Trump ran as a populist, not a Republican. He won the votes of blue-collar democrats whose livelihoods are threatened by globalization. But, as a number of political scientists have argued since the election, economic populism was not enough to put Trump in the White House. His decisive advantage came from his appeal to white identity politics.

Even so, Trump won by a very narrow margin. Over the last four years, that margin has been shrinking as a lot of white Trump voters have died, while a lot of non-whites, who vote Democrat 70% of the time, have been added to the voter rolls.

To ensure his re-election, Trump needed to prioritize two things from his first day in office: (1) stopping non-white immigration, legal and illegal, and (2) ending voter fraud, which almost entirely committed by Democrats and their allies.

Indeed, non-white immigration is simply another form of election tampering. Just as Republican votes are negated by entering fake Democratic votes, or just changing vote tallies, when non-white immigrants are added to voter rolls, white Republican votes are negated. This is why the Left so eagerly promotes non-white immigration, both legal and illegal. The Left seeks to create a one-party state by demographically replacing white majorities with non-whites.

The Left’s strategy makes a mockery of democracy. The democratic idea is that the government is more likely to secure the common good if the ruling elites are chosen by the populace. It completely turns democratic legitimacy on its head if elites instead get to choose the people through race-replacement immigration schemes.

Mass immigration delegitimizes democracy.

The people are supposed to elect the government. The government is not supposed to elect the people. When elites engineer race-replacement immigration to maintain elite power, that is not democracy. That is the rule of the few, for their own interests, not the common good.

Trump has done some good things to reduce immigration and other forms of election tampering, but it was probably too little, too late. This means that the 2020 US Presidential Election is the Democrats’ to lose.

But it looks like the Democrats may be just stupid enough to lose it.

Until this week, the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination was Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Not only is Sanders a Marxist, and thus well to the Left of the Democratic mainstream, he is not even a member of the Democratic Party. Sanders is widely despised by the Democratic leadership, who reject Marxism for neo-liberalism and non-white identity politics, best symbolized by San Francisco’s rainbow anti-homeless boulder.

I didn’t think Bernie’s lead would last very long. After all, the Democrats are responsible for virtually all election fraud in America. They diddled Sanders out of the nomination in 2016, and they were prepared to do it again if they could not beat him any other way.

The only question in my mind was who the Democrats’ nominee would be. He or she would have to be a centrist, because the oligarchy wants to keep its riches. That would eliminate Elizabeth Warren. So the nominee would be Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Tom Steyer, or Mike Bloomberg.

I honestly did not think that Joe Biden would get the nomination. Biden has always been a weirdo, and now he’s an old, feeble, senile weirdo. Biden has a long history of truly creepy behavior with women and girls. He has a long history of clumsy and pathological dishonesty: plagiarizing other politicians and telling bizarre lies. He and his family are obviously corrupt. He’s a shameless shill for the usurious Delaware-based credit card industry.

Of course scandals like these never stopped the Clintons.

But Joe Biden is obviously falling apart. Thus far in the race, we have seen his false teeth come lurching out of his mouth, and we have seen one of his eyeballs fill up with blood.

Of course physical ailments never stopped Hillary Clinton.

But Joe Biden is obviously going senile. He is often visibly confused. He babbles incoherently. He mistakes his sister for his wife. He forgets what state he is in. He forgets what office he is running for. And, as he slips deeper into senility, his already wobbly self-control is getting ever weaker. Thus his creeping gets creepier, and his lies get weirder.

It is only going to get worse. As he moves from the primaries to the convention to the actual Presidential race, the punishing schedule and crushing stress will intensify. This drooling dolt should be staring vacantly at a TV in the geriatric wing of a prison, not running for President, much less actually being the President.

Many perceptive Democrats saw this, which is why Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar performed so well in the early primaries. I figured that if Buttigieg stayed in the race long enough for Biden and Sanders to fade, he could walk away with the nomination. He would be perfect for the Democrats. As a bland centrist, he would allow the oligarchy to continue raping the people, and as a gay historic first, he would allow them to feel good about themselves. He’d be the rainbow anti-homeless boulder as President.

But then came the South Carolina primary, which is determined by (ahem) less-perceptive Democrats. For some reason, African American voters don’t see Biden’s increasingly obvious cognitive decline as a disqualification, if they see it at all. Bernie bros refer to Biden supporters as “low-information voters.” To be more precise, Biden was carried to victory by low-IQ blacks. Biden is so popular among black voters that outright fraud was probably not even necessary. He won handily.

Then the party establishment put the word out: It is time to unify behind Biden. Phone calls and horse-trading started. Buttigieg and Klobuchar were the first to drop out, followed by billionaires Steyer and Bloomberg.

All these people know that Biden is not qualified to be President. If they felt the slightest twinge of duty toward their country, or even just their party, they would have stayed in the race. But they’re all calculating sociopaths. They expect to be well-rewarded for their treason.

Perhaps the Vice Presidential slot was dangled as an incentive. Given that Biden will be unable to govern, whoever becomes his Vice President will very likely end up running the country, along with a camarilla — or should I say cabal? — of unelected party insiders.

What I want to know is: Who are the geniuses who put the fix in for Biden? Surely, their names are a matter of public record. Who decided — from a population of more than 300 million people — that Joe Biden is the most qualified man to be the next President of the United States? Wouldn’t you like to know their names, in order to hold them accountable?

Buoyed by the departure of his centrist rivals, Biden trounced Sanders in the primaries on Super Tuesday  (or, as Biden called it, “Super Thursday”). He may even have won without fraud.

Biden is now the presumptive nominee, although Sanders has been strengthened going into the next primaries by Elizabeth Warren’s departure from the race.

Running a manifestly senile man for President is a consummate act of cynicism. The Democrats are committing a massive fraud against the American people. It is a bait and switch, because Joe Biden cannot perform the job he is running for. Instead, that will be handled primarily by people who are not elected.

Hereditary monarchy is supposed to be bad because occasionally a degenerate or mental incompetent is foisted upon the populace. But in late-stage democracies, such people are actually elected. That is far worse.

The sad truth is that there might just be enough cynics, dupes, and “stop-Trump-at-any-cost” hysterics to put Joe Biden in the White House.

I hope that Trump can beat Biden.

It is a gift to Trump to be opposed by the one Democrat less articulate than he is. If I were Trump, I would run as conciliatory and centrist a campaign as possible, since a lot of Democrats are going to have serious doubts about #SenileJoe. I would also confer with experts on dementia, to come up with strategies to exploit Biden’s weaknesses in debates. Dementia does not just affect memory but also self-control. It would be nice if we could get footage of unhinged rage along with all the babbling and confusion. It is cruel, but not as cruel as delivering the Presidency to Joe Biden and the people who pull his strings.

If Biden is the nominee, it would be foolish for Trump to underestimate him, precisely because Biden cannot be the brains running his campaign. The Democratic Party may have stupid, crazy, and evil aims, but they are clever, disciplined, and evil in pursuing them.

From a metapolitical point of view, the best outcome is an election fought over the issues of globalism vs. nationalism, since that is a battle White Nationalists cannot lose. If Sanders were the nominee, the race would be about capitalism vs. socialism, which is not a debate worth having. I don’t want the Koch and Cato types to have any relevance whatsoever. With Biden as the nominee, however, chances are this race will be entirely about personalities, not principles. I just pray that Trump will dial back his pointless and disgusting pandering to blacks.

This race might not be the opportunity to educate the public that we enjoyed in 2016, but it is bound to be entertaining.



  1. Orcish
    Posted March 5, 2020 at 5:29 pm | Permalink

    Interesting, but I’ve been thinking lately that republicans will hold the presidency going forward until 2050. I know, it sounds weird, but hear me out. The democrats lack a unifying philosophy. In upcoming cycles, the cooky AOC and squad types will be old enough to run for president, and the unifying centrists, like Clinton, Biden, blumberg, will be too old. The far left democrats will be scary to the corporate world and especially the Zionist contingent. I expect the democrats to fission or be severely riven by internal struggles, and the vote spilt by independents and such, much as plagued the right in the 90s.

    On the other hand, religion is a powerful unifier on the republican side, which our types tend not to take into account because, other than a few traditionalist catholic types, we don’t think in those terms, but it’s very important for middle America. Moreover, I actually expect some Hispanics and nonwhite immigrants to amass some wealth and begin to identify with the white working class and rebel against wage garnishment. I foresee a reign of milquetoast centrist republicans, such as Kasich and Rubio for decades.

    Of course novelty is itself a force in politics, and I didn’t foresee the rise of Obama or trump! Maybe unifying figures like Chelsea Clinton or Michelle Obama will come out of the woodwork. Then the right really is doomed!

    Buttigeg can’t get the black vote. They really don’t like gays. I experienced this once with an elegant black gay friend of mine. Most whites didn’t realize he was gay bc blacks are all masculine relative to whites. But I went with him to a Piccadilly in Montgomery and I have never felt such a cold communal reaction to an individual in my life! They saw what he was immediately and completely shunned us!

    • Viv
      Posted March 5, 2020 at 8:27 pm | Permalink

      Dems are hopelessly fractured. Right now Bernie is getting shredded by AWFLs, blacks, and intersectional feminists, all of whom claim to allegedly support his agenda, while Biden is being given a free pass. All these groups are just drawn to power.

      There’s also a huge problem on the horizon for liberals regarding Latinos. They are heavily pro-Bernie because they are comfortable with socialism given their backgrounds in the Third World. This group is expected to grow much larger over the next 30 years, dwarfing blacks. Will be interesting to see how the elites keep the party together and the economic leftism at bay!

      • Madden
        Posted March 6, 2020 at 10:18 pm | Permalink

        They are heavily pro-Bernie because they are comfortable with socialism given their backgrounds in the Third World.

        There is a common misperception, particularly on the right, that Latin American countries are mostly socialist. In fact, only Cuba has been actually socialist for any extended period of time. For the longest time, the great majority of Latin American countries have been rightwing oligarchies. Only in the last fifteen years or so have centre-left governments become electable, and in countries in which they’ve won elections, the size of government – measured by total government revenue/GDP – has seldom exceeded the U.S. level, and not come close to levels commonly seen in Europe.

        Furthermore, only about a third of Latinos are foreign born, which diminishes whatever “comfortable with socialism” factor that may be present in their ranks.

        As for Orcish’s point about future electoral fortunes, I agree to the extent that permanent Democrat rule is not assured simply by demographics. Rather than Republicans, as we know them, continuing to win elections, however, I think changing demographics are more likely to lead to a fracturing of the two-party system.

        • Orcish
          Posted March 7, 2020 at 6:08 am | Permalink

          Yeah, but most republicans don’t like us much either, and there are other social forces to consider, like religion and the zionists. What I’m saying might actually be worse because it would be a continuation of the complacent hashish dream of the past 50 years.

      • 12AX7
        Posted March 7, 2020 at 4:12 am | Permalink

        The one unifying factor that will hold together the “coalition of the fringes” (HT Steve Sailer) at election time into the indefinite future is hatred of white people, we are the common enemy of all colored people. Even when we are a tiny, despised, impoverished remnant living in the ruins of the U.S. we will still be reviled and blamed for all the manifest failures of the future. When the electricity and other luxuries only work for the elites behind their guarded walls the colored people will still scrape their knuckles as they cast their votes in sham elections for most the anti-white candidates. Being anti-white is far more important than being pro-colored.

    • Posted March 6, 2020 at 5:03 am | Permalink

      “Most whites didn’t realize he was gay bc blacks are all masculine relative to whites.”

      Yes, the clown race that has given us gaudy sneakers, purple suits, bling, effeminate peacocking and Black Packs are “masculine relative to whites.”

      • Thor
        Posted March 6, 2020 at 7:53 am | Permalink

        yup, that poster has definitely been brainwashed to accede weakness and accept suicide-genocide of his own kinfolk!! Disgusting!!

      • Orcish
        Posted March 6, 2020 at 8:12 am | Permalink

        I meant strictly testosterone levels, not chivalry or courage or the other masculine virtues.

    • Nikandros
      Posted March 6, 2020 at 10:22 am | Permalink
  2. Tykebomb
    Posted March 5, 2020 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

    On to 2024.

  3. E. Perez
    Posted March 5, 2020 at 6:38 pm | Permalink

    Running a manifestly senile man as President is a consummate act of cynicism. […] because Joe Biden cannot perform the job he is elected to do. Instead, that will be handled primarily by people who were not elected.

    Well, that ‘cynicism’ is not really unusual in US policy.

    Roosvelt’s senility at the end of WWII was mainly responsible for generating the decades of post-war mess known as “cold war” and (((people who were not elected))) have handled US policies under all presidents at least since Wilson.

  4. Stephen Phillips
    Posted March 5, 2020 at 6:47 pm | Permalink

    “It is a gift to Trump to be opposed by the one Democrat less articulate than he is. If I were Trump, I would run as conciliatory and centrist a campaign as possible, since a lot of Democrats are going to have serious doubts about #SenileJoe.”

    I was telling my wife the same thing the other day. It’s disgraceful Democrats are putting Biden in this position – absolutely no morals whatsoever. On the other hand, I think there is mileage for Trump in this. He doesn’t even have to throw many hard punches; just move around the ring at a decent pace and tire out his opponent. Let the crowd see Biden’s weakness.

  5. James J OMeara
    Posted March 5, 2020 at 8:46 pm | Permalink

    Blacks are the “real racists.” Blacks are the real White Nationalists. That’s why they support Uncle Joe.

    A frequent “alt Right” or “dissident Right” talking point is that homogeneous societies (e.g. Denmark) are able to have popular support (not just be able to afford) a Welfare State because such people are able to see their society as a large kind of family. The “you racist” version is, white people don’t like to have tax money go to blacks.

    Here we see that blacks operate in the same way. They like Biden, because he symbolizes the status quo. They hate immigrants, because they threaten the Welfare State. They hate actual socialism, like Bernie, because they have their gibs and everyone else can go screw.

    If they were White, they’d be called ignorant racists. Unlike Whites, they are allowed to act in their own ethnic interests.

  6. Posted March 6, 2020 at 12:34 am | Permalink

    I’m getting to be a broken record with this line of analysis, but all of the options on offer are 70+. Liz Warren is the spring chicken at 70 and she dropped out. Even Trump is old. How can a man in his 70s have the vigor necessary to dislodge the oligarchs and drain the swamp?

    Where are the young men of America?

    • John Wilkinson
      Posted March 6, 2020 at 6:18 am | Permalink

      “Where are the young men of America?”

      Shitposting on the internet and collecting Marvel comics. Certainly not having white babies with white women.

    • Sage
      Posted March 10, 2020 at 11:59 am | Permalink

      It’s has alway been the old who ordered change and the young to carry out the change. Never the other way around.

  7. D.M.
    Posted March 6, 2020 at 4:28 am | Permalink

    I expect Biden to tap a black for VP, somebody really bad like Stacy Abrams. If that doesn’t cause some #WalkAway effect for white DEMs, I don’t know what will.

    • karsten
      Posted March 6, 2020 at 11:53 am | Permalink

      Michelle Obama

      • D.M.
        Posted March 6, 2020 at 1:30 pm | Permalink

        Oh no, you’re right. That could very well happen.

      • Lord Shang
        Posted March 13, 2020 at 4:07 am | Permalink

        Yes. My worst nightmare. That will win it. And then she will become President, with Barack “advising” her.

        Why did whites give away America?

  8. erich b
    Posted March 6, 2020 at 4:47 am | Permalink

    Trump is not only pandering to the blacks. He is pandering to the whites and others who think he is an evil racist.

    • John Wilkinson
      Posted March 6, 2020 at 6:15 am | Permalink

      This. 1000%

    • Madden
      Posted March 6, 2020 at 9:50 pm | Permalink

      I don’t see that Trump is pandering to blacks at all. What special favors has he done them? He has simply pointed out the fact of their solid employment numbers under his term. Although it occurred through no deliberate effort on his part whatsoever, pointing it out is clearly a useful counter to loony left claims that he’s some kind of “white nationalist” – useful not because it will increase black support to any significant degree, but because it reassures hesitant would-be white supporters, who are under greater pressure than ever to not seem “racist.”

      What do pro-whites get out of it? Not much. But not nothing either. Reinforcing the perception that libtards are libtards is always helpful, even if it’s not nearly enough by itself.

      • Greg Johnson
        Posted March 7, 2020 at 3:38 am | Permalink

        ASAP Rocky
        Sentencing Reform

  9. HamburgerToday
    Posted March 6, 2020 at 6:51 am | Permalink

    American elections are now a racial headcount and a measure of brand loyalty. Ideas don’t matter. Candidates don’t matter except the the extent they can express the desired branding.

    The most salient political analysis of the Democrat electoral strategy was uttered by Nancy Pelosi (speaking about AOC’s election to office) to the effect that ‘We could run a glass of water with a ‘D’ next to its name and it would get elected’.

    Biden can win because he has a ‘D’ by his name. That’s all it takes.

    The next most salient analysis is in Christopher Caldwell’s Age of Entitlement. Elections are not about choosing a leader under a single constitutional system, but choosing which Constitution — the Constitution of 1787/9 or new Civil Rights Constitution of 1964 — under which the people of the USA will be governed.

    However, I think this particular election will express how much influence the Media has.

    Did 24/7/365 ‘Orange Man Bad’ messaging hurt the President’s brand enough to prevent independents from picking his product at the polls? Did is own lack of commitment to populism kill enthusiasm for him among some of those who hadn’t voted in 30 years who came out for Trump? Did, as Greg pointed out, enough White people die and enough Brown people become citizens — or reach voting age — to prevent any Republican being elected in 2020, no matter who is was?

    It feels like I’m watching a roulette wheel that hasn’t stopped.

  10. Vegetius
    Posted March 6, 2020 at 5:50 pm | Permalink

    And let’s not forget that running the shameless Biden is an act of utter shamelessness, utterly characteristic of the Enemy.

  11. Patrick Mahomes
    Posted March 6, 2020 at 6:30 pm | Permalink

    “But Joe Biden is obviously falling apart. Thus far in the race, we have seen his false teeth come lurching out of his mouth, and we have seen one of his eyeballs fill up with blood.

    Of course physical ailments never stopped Hillary Clinton.“

    Greg I’ve been reading you for two years and you’ve never been THIS funny. ????. Well done.

    • A. Nailer
      Posted March 6, 2020 at 7:33 pm | Permalink

      I was actually thinking that very thing while reading too. How about, “…the South Carolina primary, which is determined by (ahem) less-perceptive Democrats.” ????????????

  12. Oil Can Harry
    Posted March 6, 2020 at 11:01 pm | Permalink

    “Dementia does not just affect memory but also self-control. It would be nice if we could get footage of unhinged rage along with all the babbling and confusion. ”

    That explains the times when Biden called a retired 83 year old Iowa farmer “fat” and a female college student “lying, dogfaced” when they questioned his electability.

  13. Alexandra O
    Posted March 7, 2020 at 5:39 am | Permalink

    My post here today is originally in reply to your “White Identity” post of 8-30-19, which I had read a couple days previously, as well as a reply to this 3-5-20 post on “The 2020 Presidential Race So Far”. I see them as totally connected.

    White people voted on 3-3-20, Super Tuesday in the U.S., and mostly for ‘a person who looked most like them’. Joe Biden, despite his many distractions (such as being on the verge of dementia) still appeals to the sadly dissipated white majority in this country as the person who is most like themselves. Think of the marvelously diverse, multicultural crowd that comprised the original barrage of candidates, 23 in all I believe, at the beginning of campaigning, and look at the two remaining now. Sanders even appears white and as a grandfatherly old curmudgeon. This sorry tableau almost proves that people do not vote on ideas or issues or platforms, but rather on the appearance and likeability of candidates. Well, it seems to be that we will therefore have two ‘white’ candidates in November, which certainly speaks to the truth of the viability of the majority — maybe its last gasp.

    How do we therefore speak to these people — the hard-core Whites of the Heartland, when they are so brainwashed by the barrage from the Left linking ‘nationalism’ of any sort with the evil Nazis? Well, this election mostly in favor of Biden, except for the obvious and expected socialist rage from California, tells us myriads of truths about the underlying psychology still at work, even if underground and unacknowledged, in this country, and which we must latch onto and nurture. This demographic majority, though just hanging on by a thread, that voted for Biden, are probably mostly older blue-collar-worker Democrats-for-life, as well as veterans, and a good many White Evangelicals, and are all people who may never become explicit White Nationalists, but they are in many ways, our base.

  14. R_is_my_R
    Posted March 7, 2020 at 11:22 am | Permalink

    Does any racially aware person really believe in democracy? Even in a homogeneous high IQ society it is barely tenable. By speaking to our current system – we give legitimacy to that system. You will likely scoff at this, but I encourage you to revisit the ideas of David Eden Lane and his 88 precepts. Read them (again) before you condemn them as “low brow” racialism. The days of Plato and Jefferson are gone. We need to look forward more than a few years, or even a single generation.

    • Razvan
      Posted March 9, 2020 at 12:22 am | Permalink

      Guess the major problem with the “democracy” is that you are asked to cast your opinion on issues you don’t know anything about, while you are not even allowed to talk about things you know a lot.
      Another problem is that there are way too many people that don’t know anything on any issue but are all too eager to express aloud some media manufactured opinions.
      Another observable problem is that too many people that should know better are interpreting facts only to conform with the main public discourse/ideology. The facts just don’t count. What counts is the conformity with the discourse.
      The fourth problem is that after two hundred years of class warfare there are nothing much left to unify the people. There is a seething hatred or at least distrust among every conceivable groups.
      The fifth one, and probably the most weird, is the extent to which the marxist ideology permeates the public discourse and political activity.

  15. Alexandra O.
    Posted March 18, 2020 at 5:58 am | Permalink

    At the rate this pandemic is building today, 3/18/20, I doubt seriously there will be any election this year, but rather Martial Law. Any ideas how we can all survive that? I seriously doubt I will survive to see it happen, though I hope I’ll be looking back in 6 months and laughing.

    I can see us recalling our troops from our far-flung military escapades and stationing them on our southern border, where they should have been for years, with orders to shoot, finally. And in our cities with all our fine dope-selling, immigrant gang members running about, hungry.

    Well, that’s my prophetic view of the ‘worst-case’ oncoming apocalypse, certainly in the eyes of older white Americans, and especially those of us who don’t own guns. I hope the NRA has as many active members as they say, and can get them organized. I wish I knew other people nearby who think like me, but our Democrats are far better organized than us and have separated and silenced us. What can we do quickly to turn this around? I think L.A., where I unfortunately live, is ground zero for the Mexican invasion.

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