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My Case for Trump

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As we approach the 2020 elections, it seems that Dissident Right attitudes regarding President Trump range from tepid tolerance to jaded discontent. Disappointment and frustration dominate our Trump discussions, and many of us, while still technically supporting the man, plan to hold our noses quite firmly while plopping for the GOP this November. Of course, this isn’t a terribly difficult choice, as stinky as it is. Trump is by far the lesser of two evils. In the months since the George Floyd riots, the Democrats have proven to be in thrall of the Far Left. Joe Biden has been growing increasingly senile by the day. Kamala Harris is a repugnant character and blatant liar whom even the Democrats don’t like. So offended was the Left by four years of a Trump presidency that when back in the White House, they will do whatever it takes to prevent anyone on the Right from ever occupying positions of real power again. This, of course, includes packing the Supreme Court, opening our borders even more, and granting immediate citizenship to illegal aliens. If you don’t like it, Black Lives Matter and Antifa will be glad to meet you at your doorstep. And if you choose to resist, George Soros-backed district attorneys will then see to it that you rot in prison.

This would be the death knell of not just legacy white America but the United States as a relevant first-world nation.

So, in order to prevent or at least forestall such an apocalyptic scenario, most on the Dissident Right will vote Trump. But this is a commonsense, no-brainer of a vote. Unlike 2016, we will be voting against the Democrat rather than for the Republican. Yes, a vote’s a vote. I also wonder how many dissidents will be sitting 2020 out in order to punish Trump because their disappointment with him is so strong.

While I can appreciate this perspective, I don’t share it. I appreciate it because somebody has to toe the hard line when it comes to white advocacy. As I read or listen to dissidents lambast Trump, I have the mixed reaction of being glad they’re doing it while wishing wouldn’t be so harsh. Harsh treatment makes me want to defend Trump not only because I have common sense and perceive the danger coming from the Left, but also because I positively like the man. My vote for him in 2020 will be as enthusiastic as it was in 2016. Crucial to my perspective is the understanding that Donald Trump was never /our guy/ to begin with. He never campaigned as a White Nationalist and never claimed to be president of White America. Therefore, I do not hold him to such high standards. When pressed, I would expect him to disavow “white supremacy” and the like. Trump is a normie at heart and he is the president of the normie United States. I imagine that in Trump’s mind, this United States resembles how it was in 1970 but with memories of 9/11 thrown in. Trump stands for that America, and he does a pretty good job, especially when compared to all the Republicans he shared a debate stage with back in 2015. So, with Trump, we’ll be grading on a curve.

Leaving aside accomplishments that benefit all Americans such as low pre-COVID unemployment, high GDP, a record-high stock market, cleaning house at the VA, and cracking down on human trafficking, how has Trump benefitted white Americans in particular?

1. He’s made progress on the wall. 341 miles of progress with 516 to go. Yeah, I know that less than 10 of these miles are actually new walls that weren’t there before. Not great, but enough to prove that he wasn’t just blowing hot air back in 2016. Perhaps the Russia probe and impeachment tied his hands for most of his first term. Perhaps not. No word on whether Mexico is still going to foot the bill.

2. He has restricted immigration. Edwin Rubinstein has been on this for a while over at VDARE. Again, not great, but better than nothing. American worker displacement and immigrant roles in the workforce have gone down since Obama thanks to Trump. He’s placed limits on H-1B visas and intensified the bureaucracy involved in acquiring them. He’s also beefed up border security, and instituted various so-called travel bans.

3. He pushes back against Left-wing encroachment. Two recent accomplishments include ending Obama’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule and banning critical race theory. His court appointees have been, on the net, solid. In the past, he’s also wrangled with sanctuary cities and at one point least tried to end DACA. I don’t think any other prominent Republican other than Trump would have had the guts to do any of this. He also released the FBI’s secret files on Martin Luther King. I have a soft spot in my heart for this one.

4. He talks a good game. Don’t underestimate the power of Trump’s rhetoric. No one bolsters enthusiasm or morale on the Right better than Trump on the stump. From threatening to put Hillary Clinton in jail to telling Ilhan Omar that she can’t go back to Somalia fast enough to mocking the idea of replacing Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day, Trump has enthralled the Right to a pitch I have never seen before. It doesn’t really matter if Trump the president can’t cash the checks that Trump the speaker writes. What matters is that it feels good. What matters is that the spark of legacy white America still flickers inside of Trump whenever he holds one of his massive rallies. Because of Trump, I now have hope that a critical mass of whites will turn hard and violent against the Left once it overreaches — as it is bound to do. In such struggles, ethnostates are born. Under the leadership of any other prominent Republican, such a hope would have been unthinkable.

5. He trashes the Left-wing media. Don’t need to provide many examples here. Trump’s trolling of the media is legendary, and even his harshest critics on the Right would have to give him some props for this. At the very least, it’s entertaining. But there’s more. By labeling the mainstream media as the enemy, he has encouraged ordinary people to distrust them and to bypass them. And, unlike other Republicans, he doesn’t hold back. Recently, he called a journalist a criminal for not reporting on the ongoing Hunter Biden scandal. This is great. Every time he challenges the Left’s moral authority he forces them to sputter playing defense. In the optics war with the Left, Trump is coming out ahead.

6. He labeled Antifa a terrorist group. Nice. If he says the same about Black Lives Matter, then I might get excited.

7. He’s started no new wars. A bit like buying your kid a new bike because he got a C on a test instead of an F. But there it is.

8. He is historically significant. One meta benefit of Trump is that he has forced the Left to overplay its hand and act rashly. The way the far-Left has commandeered the Democratic Party and destroyed many of our cities through constant rioting, the point of no return for them has already been reached. True voices of moderation will forever be shut down on the Left. Since the George Floyd riots, they have been preparing for war. Big mistake. The smartest thing the Left could have done in the face of Trump would have been nothing. It’s only a matter of time before non-whites outnumber whites in America. At that point, another Trump in the White House would be unimaginable and the best the GOP would have to offer would be stinker tickets like Nikki Haley-Tim Scott in 2028. Talk about total Left-wing dominance. But instead, Trump’s constant trolling has in effect bumped up the timeline and increased the possibility of a Great Historical Act ending the legacy United States. Whether it’s secession, fracture, or outright civil war, something may happen relatively soon — and the sooner the better, given the way demographics are trending. Yes, I know this could backfire, but dreams of an ethnostate can be realized no other way. In any event, I’d rather go out with a bang than with a whimper.

You can buy Spencer Quinn’s novel White Like You here.

So, what are the knocks on Trump? Leaving aside issues that can plague any president (expanding the deficit, increasing the debt, breaking campaign promises, etc.) and his manifest personal foibles, we’ll start with the worst ones first.

1. He refused to stop the anti-Right deplatforming and censorship from the tech giants. Yep. This is a bad one. No way to sugar coat it. Amazon, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, PayPal, and others are still denying service to dissidents or anyone who smells like a dissident. Trump has been a complete squish in this regard.

2. Trump signed a merit-based immigration program which included DACA. I can’t even. . .

3. Prison reform/platinum plan. Somehow I get the feeling that blacks like Trump because he doesn’t pander to them. After all, does the alpha male really care when his bitches whine?

4. Trump is a shill for the Zionists. Yeah, and who isn’t? I know how we would all prefer David Duke in the White House, but when working with what we got, we have to realize the Trump was the best of all the realistic choices. He had the opportunity to follow the adventuresome lead of the neocons in the Middle East and pretty much didn’t. Yes, one can complain about his bombing of Syria in 2017 or the Soleimani assassination (I had mixed emotions on the latter), but he never did put American boots on the ground. On the other hand, Trump has not exactly been consistent on shrinking US military commitments overseas, despite promising to do so. So, I can understand if someone wants to ding him for this.

5. Not cracking down on the George Floyd riots. I’m familiar with the argument that quelling the Minneapolis riots with overwhelming force would have prevented all the other disturbances which lit up the summer of 2020. And maybe it’s correct. On the other hand, we did apply overwhelming force in many instances during the race riots of the 1960s, and that didn’t exactly stop them. Yes, those riots weren’t as bad or as widespread as the ones in 2020. But they also didn’t have the institutionalized support from local governments the way the current riots did. In other words, it’s very possible that overwhelming force from Trump on day two wouldn’t have curtailed the riots much at all. Another thing to consider is how good the Left is at propaganda, especially when playing the victim. All we would need is one or two law enforcement officials going overboard beating or killing an unarmed black for Joe Biden and the entire Democratic Party to smear Trump as the next Bull Connor. The media would air that footage 24/7 before the election. It’s good that Trump didn’t fall into that trap, isn’t it? On the other hand, was it worth the dozens of lives lost and billions in property damage? Hard to say. I guess like everything else, it depends on who wins on November 3rd.

Forgive me if I missed anything, but for me, this is a net positive. I must consider one thing, however, which may taint my rosy picture of Trump. As an anonymous writer, I have a normie hat. And this normie hat provides me a little more protection than what public figures on the Dissident Right get under Trump. You see, they don’t have a normie hat. They have no protection. When we see liberals screeching about Trump and his “white supremacy” or whatever, it certainly does seem like mindless caterwauling. But there is a rhyme and reason to it. Trump does stand for white America, but it’s an implicit white America. You can couch it in terms such as patriotism or Western chauvinism, but everyone knows that this stands for white people and the civilization they have created. Trump defends this often and with considerable spirit.

But what Trump dare not defend is explicit white America. He won’t go after such people himself, but he also won’t lift a finger to help them when the tech oligarchs or anti-white prosecutors or the Antifa-BLM rage mobs come a-knocking. So if you’re caught in this slender little door jamb, it’s gonna hurt. This must be addressed in any honest assessment of Trump.

That being said, however, conservative and right-wing whites in America are in a better place mentally and financially thanks in large part to Trump. He’s not perfect, he makes mistakes, and he has on occasion betrayed us. But I promise you, with all the demographic changes happening across the West, we’re going to miss him when he’s gone.

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  1. Rod Selvinton
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 5:15 am | Permalink

    “No word on whether Mexico is still going to foot the bill.”

    The USMCA, Mexico holding back illegal immigrants at THEIR border rather than forcing us to keep them out at OUR border, those are “Mexico paying for the wall”. It’s not El Presidente showing up in a comical sombrero to hand Trump an oversized check (complete with dancing women in bikinis in the background) but the illegals are down, the wall is going up, Mexico is playing ball, and we’re not losing money. The process may look different from what people envisioned but the results are that we’ve got more money and fewer illegals. Mexico paid for the wall.

    One might also mention that Congress (a GOP-controlled Congress and Dem-controlled Congress both) have blocked Trump’s attempts to build the wall the entire time. So the blame is on Congress. But again, blame Trump. The phrase was campaign rhetoric, it was true in the end, but Trump still had to find US money to pay US workers to put up a wall in the US. But he said “Mexico will pay for it” so it’s all his fault. We’re all voting for the guy, but it’s all his fault. He didn’t do it perfect. The campaign promise was not literal and it was not quick enough. He was not perfect therefore let’s inject that little aside, that little “well…”, into every single article. It has to be known that we’re not REALLY on Trump’s side. We’re on the side of the White Nationalist In Shining Armor who is surely just around the bend.

    • Vauquelin
      Posted October 22, 2020 at 7:42 am | Permalink

      “We’re on the side of the White Nationalist In Shining Armor who is surely just around the bend.”
      Well, by talking about white interests and breaking the taboos thereon, we are indirectly creating the conditions necessary for such a person to arrive. Mock it all you want, but the man on horseback, or men plural, is what we need.

    • HamburgerToday
      Posted October 23, 2020 at 4:06 pm | Permalink

      You want the victory before having the struggle. Let me make this as clear as possible: We are not going to have a White Nationalist politics until we start engaging in White Nationalist politics and that means not playing ball with people who are not explicitly supporting the interests of North American Whites. This is how politics works.

      • Lord Shang
        Posted October 25, 2020 at 4:44 am | Permalink

        You could not possibly be more incorrect. That is not in the least bit how American politics works. MLK, the implicit black nationalist, did far more to advance black racial interests than Malcolm X, the explicit one. The vast majority of WNs are “lions”, but we live in a vulpine age. Perhaps we will forevermore (I don’t know). Trying to run as a white nationalist is a path to absolute marginalization. The key to WN victory is “gradual radicalization”, which is exactly the path all social movements have trod. The gays didn’t start out asking for universal “same sex marriage” (which was a punchline in comedies). The pushed a libertarian position: “we just want to be left alone as consensual adults”. Once they had achieved that, they pushed for more .. and more .. etc. Same with blacks. There are always some “maximalists” on the fringes, but the mainstream pushes for what it can realistically get now – just open the Overton window a little bit … then a little bit more … – and then once they have achieved a policy victory, which energizes the base, they start pushing for the next goal, using the previous victory as the new baseline, the “new normal”.

        For WNs, I have been saying under various pseudonyms for more than two decades that this start must be on immigration control/reduction, which, from a prowhite perspective, is the most important issue anyway. There are numerous arguments against contemporary immigration policy. The Left can try to claim that these are all “racist” (as though there is something immoral about whites wishing to preserve ourselves and protect our legitimate interests – but how this association between {whites remaining white} and wickedness arose is a topic for another time), but as most anti-immigration arguments clearly are not, in doing so they overplay and discredit (in the eyes of our unawakened people, the only group that should matter to us, the awakened ones) their hand. Any reduction in immigration does aid the ultimate WN cause, however, so why care how that reduction has been achieved? Yes, ideally, immigration would have been halted (assuming it had ever been initiated) in 1981 by a wave of popular white indignation demanding that Reagan make immigration reduction a top priority. Well, I voted for Reagan in 1980 (and 1984), and I can assure you that, alas, there was no such wave. It would be awesome if a massive white American backlash erupted now and demanded a belated halt, and did so on white preservationist grounds. That is unlikely.

        But what if a host of factors (like Covid, economic/employment insecurity, concern about terrorism, drug cartels, etc) enabled a President like Trump to get a real reduction legislated? Should we care that this was not effectuated for WN reasons? I suggest not both because the goal is important in itself regardless of why it got enacted, but also because our side desperately needs the energy which comes from winning. We need a victory. Both whites and WNs are tremendously demoralized. We are losing, and have been since the 1960s. Many non-racist whites sense this, too. If we can get a win like the full-border wall, that normalizes the idea that immigration is neither necessarily wonderful, nor sacrosanct. With one restrictionist win can come others, as WE start to be the ones moving the policy goalposts.

        Someday, implicit white politics will become explicit. I do not believe we are there yet. I do believe we have arrived at the point where implicit whiteness can win elections and policy victories. So we should back implicit whiteness today, but keep pushing out the envelope, as victories beget further demands, and new, more extreme goals.

        • Posted October 25, 2020 at 7:18 am | Permalink

          Most of what you have said here is true regarding explicit activists, I love that term because it is so simple yet so accurate. To me, the best path to immigration restriction is emphasizing saving the environment. No immigration=A Recovering Earth and thriving Natural Capital. We need to swing high with our highest goals yet use sentiment that many people will agree on. There are so many people in the USA who want a cleaner Earth. I am join my local GOP to promote this idea, a Green New Deal with a “No Immigration” clause would be the greatest victory for the GOP, it would be certainly the greatest victory for us as well.

          This being the case, the fact is that we need to strive for higher goals. White Secession needs to be the highest priority. W can use electoral politics for our advantage. That’s why we need as many people WN’s to join the GOP and America First movement.

  2. Ray Caruso
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 8:20 am | Permalink

    The US is the Titanic Nation, a grand but fatally flawed structure. Having hit not one but several icebergs in the form of the various “acts” of the 1960s and of the mass alien migration preceding and following that period, the ship is sinking. However, that’s no reason to go down to the hold and blow up an even bigger hole in the hold. Therefore,

    TRUMP 2020

    • Ray Caruso
      Posted October 22, 2020 at 8:21 am | Permalink

      *blow up an even bigger hole in the HULL

    • Uncle Claudius
      Posted October 23, 2020 at 1:32 am | Permalink

      “The US is the Titanic Nation … ”

      With Trump standing on roof of the White House, arms spread, shouting “I’m king of world!”

  3. Alexandra O.
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 10:34 am | Permalink

    Just recently — within weeks — Trump stopped the teaching of anti-White rhetoric in our government offices nationwide, in the form of “Equality Training” or some such-named nonsense, fronted by Robin DeAngelo, author of “White Fragility” (a best-seller on Amazon deprecating Whites from page 1 onward; don’t miss reading it, it describes our enemies in living color) and others like her on the anti-White trail. These training seminars advocated “Critical Race Theory” which is also being required of students in our colleges nationwide. Trump was the first public figure to challenge these seminars — which could cost employees their job, or their advancement possibilities, as well as cause students to lose scholarships — if they refused to attend. Trump thus brought this whole mess to the attention of the entire nation. This alone gets Trump my vote and my “Shining Knight on a White Horse” award.

  4. My Favorite Day
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 10:48 am | Permalink

    Mr Quinn makes a reasonable case here, but not that this is absolutely our best option. It may be time to think equally seriously about the phrase: Don’t just do something—sit there.

    Recognizing when the most appropriate course of action is to get out of the way and let things run their course is one of the hardest things in life. It can be scary, painful and feel deeply regrettable. (Feeling confidant we know what is best and can control what we can’t is no small factor as well.) But allowing what needs to happen can be the path to options we aren’t yet aware of. Semi Weimar is perpetual immiseration. Full Weimar was necessary to make the entire populace ready for needed change. (Merely an illustrative analogy: This isn’t a 1488 worship pitch.)

    No one, on either side, disputes we’re at a breaking point: One wants to go further in this direction, the other back or somewhere else all together. Having been in materialist, globalist stasis for so long, growth is more likely to come from hard times than good. Rather than try and hold this collapsing structure together, maybe we need to let go. Not “don’t rock the boat.” Rather, let this ship sink and begin to make real choices from there.

    Don’t light switch brain this as cheap nihilism. It’s recognizing what we can’t control and letting go to allow what needs to be to complete the cycle. For what it’s worth, I’m not convinced one way or the other. But I’m considering this, hard as it might be.

    • SRP
      Posted October 23, 2020 at 2:44 pm | Permalink

      Agreed. Well stated. Semi Weimar. Things just have to get worse before they can possibly get better. We won’t see better times, so forget that.

      Time and demographics are against Western recovery. We must take the plunge now.

      Good news is either candidate will facilitate that, just one sooner than the other.

      • HamburgerToday
        Posted October 23, 2020 at 4:09 pm | Permalink

        Agreed. Except with the proviso that things may not get ‘better’ but only worse. It’s better to steel oneself for the bad and be surprised by good than the other way around. Contingency planning is one of the things Whites excel in. I’m not even sure Asians match our ability in this area.

  5. HamburgerToday
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 2:18 pm | Permalink

    I guess I wanted the Trump of 2015/2016 to amount to something more than ignoring White interests and elevating the interest of every other demo. In the end, the ‘plus’ column wasn’t enough for me to vote for him, so I didn’t. Whites need to get past the idea that the US is salvageable as is. As the fallout from the Great Quarantine Lockdown works its way through the system, the idea of ‘normal’ will, itself, I think, become increasingly untenable. Stay healthy. There are no safety belts on this ride.

  6. Hermann
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 2:29 pm | Permalink

    Honestly, Trump is useless. Worse than useless in some cases. Oh sure we get plenty of trolling against the Left on Twitter, but what exactly has that amounted to? Months of riots and what did we get from Trump? 500 BILLION more handouts to the exact group rioting! Horrible SCOTUS picks. Tax breaks for billionaires. Zero pushback against his own complicit corrupt party. The WORST picks I’ve ever seen for cabinet positions (John-Friggin-Bolton!?!?). I can’t even stomach to talk about his “MIGA” stance. I really think we’ve come to the end of the lame and weak “lesser of two evils” nonsense.

    Hard pass on both candidates. I will vote 3rd party or write in somebody.

    • ronehjr
      Posted October 23, 2020 at 7:40 am | Permalink

      We are in the beginning stages of a war the vast majority of White people don’t even know they are in. From our perspective, Trump does suck. From the waking up of White people perspective,(hat tip to Daniel Carver) he has been invaluable. This generational struggle will most likely see us dead and forgotten before European man sees himself emancipated.

      • Doc
        Posted October 28, 2020 at 8:06 am | Permalink

        Oh.. i will def tell you that Trump has woke up a massive portion of my friends to the situation we are in. I’ve had to hide my views for so long you can imagine my shock when I hear them being discussed openly by two of my friends when I came over who previously were middle of the road guys. I even recently discovered /ALL/ of my inlaws (who are from New York) are aware of the JQ.

        Trump, I think, waking up many.. and it isn’t into normie-ism.

    • Lord Shang
      Posted October 25, 2020 at 4:57 am | Permalink

      I mostly agree with you about the useless Trump the individual. But please read this, and vote Trump if in a swing state.

  7. Antidote
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 4:10 pm | Permalink

    I really, really like the “Orange Man Bad’. At this point I couldn’t live without it:
    The Declaration of Shit Hole countries (Drove ’em wild; might just as well have lit a Tiki torch)
    Holding the KJV in front of a burnt out church
    Throwing Acosta and April Ryan out on their asses.
    Calling Maxine Waters low IQ
    Rightly calling out Chiy Nuh as the Coronachan perp

    I’m voting the Trump-Pence ticket

  8. Bruno Bucciaratti
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 5:07 pm | Permalink

    Whether or not to vote for him is the wrong question.

    The fact is he will lose and lose badly. What’s interesting to observe is the “Right’s” (yes even the Dissent Right’s) Young Earth Creationist-style science denial regarding the practice of statistical sampling.

    12 days until we get back to the 14 Words and away from rationalizing ambassadorial relocations & bragging about improvement in the lives of those who never supported us.

  9. Right_On
    Posted October 22, 2020 at 8:28 pm | Permalink

    I never thought I’d hear a US President in 2020 saying anything like : “The American Nation was carved out of the vast frontier by the toughest, strongest, fiercest, and most determined men and women ever to walk the face of the Earth. Our ancestors braved the unknown; tamed the wilderness; settled the Wild West; lifted millions from poverty, disease, and hunger; vanquished tyranny and fascism; ushered the world to new heights of science and medicine; laid down the railroads, dug out canals, raised up the skyscrapers – and, ladies and gentlemen, our ancestors built the most exceptional Republic ever to exist in all of human history.”

    Can you imagine Biden saying anything comparable? He’s more a 1619 Project kind of guy.

    • HamburgerToday
      Posted October 23, 2020 at 4:28 pm | Permalink

      He said it and then…?

    • Money H.
      Posted October 24, 2020 at 12:50 am | Permalink

      I voted for Trump and so did my wife. She was impressed by that speech. I’ve been a Magapede since 2015.

  10. Tom Davis
    Posted October 23, 2020 at 5:01 am | Permalink

    Miss anything? Yes.

    – Enforcing the Felonies against Employing, Transporting and Housing Illegal Aliens. That’s the law that made any business-owner TERRIFIED of hiring an illegal. And since they aren’t like crack-dealers, we had No Invasion for Decades, w/o any ‘wall’. Enforce those Felonies and 30M+ commie-mass-breeding scum would go home.

    – Using the SCOTUS re-affirmed (2017) “POTUS May Ban Any Alien or Class of Aliens” law to STOP the treason-visas and other mass-immigration REPLACEMENT of employed and recent-graduate citizens, with “will work cheeeper” 3rd World Foreigners. Their spawn also become “instant citizens”

    Then you have the “Keep Our Factories In Mexico” trade raw-deal. But even if Trump had done NOTHING but the 2 points on immigration, it would have restored our high-wage middle-class – when a Construction-Tradesman “Dad” earned $44/hr (inflation-adjusted dollars), so could support a family of 5 WELL on One Paycheck.

    Sure, feminism and degeneracy-promotion (from “you know who”) helped destroy the American family – but the key was taking away “Dad’s” ability to support a family.

    Trump could have been the most popular president in 100 Years. Instead, he will be remembered as the Great Betrayer. But I do hope he wins – only because, hopefully, the left will go into insurrection-mode. If the leftists engage in enough ruthless-violence, maybe the Americans too chicken-s and lazy to even picket the businesses that replaced them, may find the stones to fight for their country. Probably not – but it’s our last hope, since Trump BLATANTLY LIED to us about Immigration-Policy in 2016.

  11. inq
    Posted October 23, 2020 at 5:50 am | Permalink

    Post-debate remarks.
    The right of the moderator to cut off microphones in case of uncontrolled verbal exchanges saved the debate and the election process.
    That woman moderator was not a wimp and she challenged both candidates.

    Trump won the debate, looked presidential most of the time, handled the topics better from ideological and practical/governing point of view.
    He should be given a chance for 4 more years, which would be defining for his presidency.
    He is his own man, and if he gets the right people around him, he will be able to control the marxist and globalist agenda, aka Great Reset, by Schwab, Soros, Gates and other crazies.
    He is also the only one who can tell the major european goofies the truth about what consitutes a political and military partnership.

    Biden, and Democrats, should recognize that it is over their heads as far as how to find America’s place in a multipolar world, execute economic recovery, and find some sort of rational equilibrium for the nation. I suspect that Biden is becoming progressively aware of that and his advanced age. I would venture to say that if he loses the election he will be quite happy in his heart that it is over.

    Both political parties need a fresh, younger, different blood. The current political class is spent. The corpses should get over it and get out. Otherwise they will be carried out on stretchers by the tsunami of future events.

  12. SRP
    Posted October 23, 2020 at 8:30 am | Permalink

    Had he conducted himself with the gravitas of a real statesman, we would be approaching this coming election confident of a landslide and another four years.

    Instead, he voluntarily kept sticking his buffoon-foot in his wise-guy mouth at very turn, giving the Left a knife to stick in and twist with relish. He learned nothing from Nixon’s mistake.

    And he reads off of cue cards when giving a speech. Oh what an inspiration…

    The good news is, that Biden will swiftly take us into that dark valley beyond which is our final chance to reach the Brighter Day.

  13. Jud Jackson
    Posted October 23, 2020 at 11:30 pm | Permalink

    Mr. Quinn,
    I agree with about 99% of the things you write. So, I am curious as to why you have mixed emotions about the Solemani assassination. I thought it was a terrible thing for Trump to do.

  14. Lord Shang
    Posted October 25, 2020 at 6:06 am | Permalink

    Which is better: Trump loses, but GOP holds Senate; or the opposite (Trump wins, GOP loses Senate)? Trump has been mostly useless. Will he be better in a second term? I have no idea. What I do know is that idiotic American (read: white) voters tend to punish the party in power, defined as that which holds the Presidency. If Trump wins, Democrats will make Congressional gains in 2022 – and then almost certainly sweep to control of everything in 2024. That’s when the “fun” will really start.

    OTOH, if Biden wins, but GOP controls Senate, there will be complete gridlock for 4 years. This means there will be no major leftist legislation passed (GOP is always better – tougher – in opposition than in power). It is unlikely Biden will have more than a single SCOTUS nominee, and that will likely be to replace leftist Breyer, thus making no ideological change to the Court. Trump/McConnell have also done an excellent job filling Federal bench vacancies, so Biden won’t actually get all that many judicial picks. Moreover, once Covid has passed (and let Biden own it and the lockdowns for another year or two, which would only help GOP in the midterms), the economy will come roaring back, as it will still mostly be Trump’s, and not Biden’s (though Biden will do considerable re-regulatory damage, ending Covid will unleash a lot of pent-up business expansion, regardless of who’s in the WH). IOWs, America and the Dissident Right will survive a Biden term disciplined by a GOP Senate.

    But the real payoff is political. With Senile Joe in office, the GOP, as the party out of power, will make gains in Congress in 2022 (I don’t think it will be like 1994 or 2010, however; Dems will still control the House in 2023, but by a smaller margin, perhaps considerably so, given that many of their 40 victories in 2018 were won by liberals posing as moderates in true swing districts). Biden will not last more than one term. He might even resign. Kamala is a weak candidate and an obnoxious person. I never liked Obama, obviously, but she does not have his “magic”. Yet she will likely be the Democrat nominee in 2024 – at least if Biden/Harris wins (and maybe even if they lose, though I doubt it). In that scenario, I could see the GOP taking back everything in 2024. And I think the Presidential winner will be a Republican who is more in the Trump mold ideologically than not – but probably not in the Trump mold personally. Someone – think Tom Cotton – who will carry forward the America First civnat agenda (much of which overlaps with the WN agenda), but will do so in a serious, standard political way. The moron tweets and associated drama will be history.

    I conclude: best option is Trump victory plus GOP Senate hold. But second best option is Trump defeat plus GOP Senate hold. If Democrats win everything, as is possible, we’re in real trouble.

    TRUMP/Pence 2020

  15. Achilles Wannabe
    Posted October 25, 2020 at 11:21 pm | Permalink

    Considering the data this author presents on Trump – what Trump has done and not done in comparison with what he has said – I think this article makes the best case I have seen for my not voting for Trump. The difficulty is that if I don’t vote for Trump, I will be default voting for Biden. I can see from WN websites that voting for Biden is voting for AntiChrist even though no one is arguing that Trump is Christ. So I will continue to ponder the question.

    As I ponder, can someone tell me why those 3 Oligarch Jews (Addelson, Singer, Marcus) are Trump’s biggest supporters?

  16. Lamark
    Posted October 26, 2020 at 3:20 pm | Permalink

    “What matters is that it feels good. What matters is that the spark of legacy white America still flickers inside of Trump whenever he holds one of his massive rallies.”

    I don’t see the “spark of legacy white America,” I see a twice-divorced adulterer. Legacy white America has traditionally not been okay with those things.

  17. Patrick Mahomes
    Posted October 26, 2020 at 10:53 pm | Permalink

    Immigration is down temporarily due to COVID. Nothing he did. He deported fewer than Obama and didn’t stop the caravans and did nothing to curb legal immigration (which is 90% of all imm). Promised an EO on sanctuary cities that never came.

    There’s nothing in it for me transactionally. There’s a lot in it for the Pentagon contractors, biz biz, and Zionists. Let them carry his water this time.

    Also, he will amnesty DACA in term 2 anyway.

  18. Posted November 25, 2020 at 1:55 pm | Permalink

    I read this article fully on the topic of the resemblance of most up-to-date and previous technologies, it’s
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