There is a vast gap between MAGA populism and the “radical” Right. Despite the fact that we have common enemies and are both supposedly nationalist, this gap only seems to be growing.
This was recently highlighted by the new Speaker of the House, Mike Johnson, who was endorsed by Donald Trump and hysterically attacked as “Christo-fascist” by the media. But Mike Johnson has an adoptive black son, worships Saint Fentanyl Floyd, and made sending even more aid to Israel his first priority. Christo-fascist? More like Judeo-Bolshevik.
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