The Donald Announces


After the eye glazing rollout of ¡Jeb! 2016, I thought the 2016 Republican presidential race was going to be a complete snorefest, but now with The Donald officially in the race, we will at least see some fireworks in the debates:

“Over the course of the roughly 40-minute speech, Trump took strange shots at every country imaginable, lobbing offensive insults at several nationalities, and repeatedly slammed President Obama and the nation’s leaders as “stupid” and “losers.”

He kicked off his bid with a series of disparaging comments about Mexican immigrants, charging many of them are carrying drugs or are “rapists.”

“When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” Trump said, in an attempt to outline his views on immigration.

“They’re sending people who have lots of problems,” he added, which include “drugs” and “being rapists.”

Trump also promised to end the nation’s illegal immigration crisis by erecting a “great wall.”

“I will build a great, great wall on our southern border,” he said. “And I will make Mexico pay for that wall.”

Note: The Donald isn’t going to “Take America Back,” but I can’t wait to see him point out how much ¡Jeb!, Rand Paul, Rubio and the rest of the GOP field sucks. Hopefully, Trump will inflict a lot of damage on them before he bows out of the race.

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  1. Unfortunately Donald Trump doesn’t “Play in Peoria”, Southern Christian Zionists will not warm to an aggressive New Yorker, but I for one am glad to see a live White man with a set of b$&@&$ enter the race with the castrated eunuchs Rand Paul, Mike the Huckster Huckabee, Paul Rubio and lisping Lindsey Graham.

  2. I always resonate well to Mr. Trump’s charismatick and bravely brusque personality – I preferring a confident and secure man.

    That said, the Republican primary of the Federal election process seems rather obtuse to me, at least, spiritually speaking.

    For better or worse, the government of my country is in Raleigh, and that is how it shall always be.

  3. ““I will build a great, great wall on our southern border,” he said. “And I will make Mexico pay for that wall.”

    Jack Ryan replies:

    That works for me.

    Remember John McCain saying in anger:

    “Alright already, I’ll build the god damn wall”

    Never happened.

    It’s good to have someone in the pres race demanding “build the wall”.

  4. While I won’t be voting (what’s the point – none of the candidates seek to represent the interests of people like me) at least there will be an anti-immigration voice in the debates.

  5. Donald Trump is a hard one to read, so I can’t be entirely sure if he seriously wants to win, or if he’s doing this for other reasons.

    But if he is serious, he better be taken seriously.

    The other “serious” candidates have hired armies of professional barnacle class parasite consultants whose primary interest is getting their horses to raise a whole lot of money so that their horses can pay their consultants. Therefore, they tweak their candidates’ messaging and tactics around the interests of big money donors.

    Trump’s debit card is his campaign financing. So he’s going to hire people around him to who are singularly focused on winning. Because if they don’t, well, we know that Trump knows how to fire people. If Trump stays on message with immigration control and economic nationalism, then we’ll know that he’s serious and his advisers are serious.

    One big huge hangup in Trump’s credibility as an immigration patriot comes from most of his fortune coming from real estate. Real estate tycoons want real estate to be worth more, not less, and therefore they want more demand for real estate, not less, and it all adds up to border surge.

  6. If Trump runs and wins the popular vote hands down. No State is going to give their electoral votes to him, no matter what the people say. He has no party affiliation and is therefore not legitimate in the system’s eyes. “Independent” is a meaningless distraction. Most such “independents” end up voting with or eventually joining one or the other parties. Bernie Sanders, claimed designation notwithstanding, is a Democrat and will have to get their nomination in order to run.

  7. I like Trump, I sincerely would like to see him elected. He is a more of a nationalist than anyone else running. His stance on immigration is very good as well.

  8. He kicked off his bid with a series of disparaging comments about Mexican immigrants, charging many of them are carrying drugs or are “rapists.”

    “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” Trump said, in an attempt to outline his views on immigration.

    “They’re sending people who have lots of problems,” he added, which include “drugs” and “being rapists.”

    Trump also promised to end the nation’s illegal immigration crisis by erecting a “great wall.”

    “I will build a great, great wall on our southern border,” he said. “And I will make Mexico pay for that wall.”

    I don’t think he stands a chance, but it is fantastic that he has the guts to speak the truth about the Mexican invasion and what a total disaster it has been for this country.

    We need more talk of building a wall first and foremost and we desperately need to highlight the crimes committed against us by the little brown rats!

    You can be sure the GOP bigwigs would love to sink his boat.

  9. “Take America Back” is a yawn, but, it still resonates with the public.

    I suggested to Trump, in a twitter exchange, that he get together with Pat Caddell.


    This was improv. It was by no means on a teleprompter. (laughing) He said at the end of the speech (imitating Trump), “And I’m gonna build a wall. It’s gonna be the biggest, it’s gonna be the best wall. There’s isn’t gonna be a better wall anywhere in the world. We’re gonna build a wall on the Southern border and we’re gonna make Mexico pay for it.

  11. Trump was also used back in 1992 and 1996 to viciously attack the Pat Buchanan campaign and Pat himself as a vicious anti Semite.

  12. Jack, have you ever seen Trump dialogue with a Jew? Trump spares no one, not even the holy Jew. I watched Trump take Jewboy Donny Deutsche apart on Morning Joe, it was what amounts to a verbal beating, and Deutsche as you know is no patsy.

  13. After reading these comment, I would like to say one thing :

    Trump’s candidacy is serious, at least from the point of view of his commitment level.

    I cannot imagine there would be any other reason why he has taken so much time to accustom America to his presence in our living rooms.

  14. Sometimes I think we would be better off not to even have Presidential elections. Switzerland manages quite well without one.

    I wish candidates were restricted to 30 days
    Corporations and lobbies were forbidden to donate
    Individuals donations would be restricted to no more than 100 dollars.

    • Pretty much what I said above in the OP:

      “There is also a reality about Donald Trump’s candidacy that you should also not underestimate. People hate Washington, they hate politicians, and they are perfectly happy to champion a candidate who tells politicians to go to hell and provides creative directions on the path there. Donald Trump’s candidacy does not exist in a nation where people think the politicians actually care about making the country great again. It only exists in a nation of cynics who think the powers that be want to manage decline and profit from it.

      Donald Trump is the disrespectful candidate for people who disrespect the process. He’ll be rude. He’ll be loud. He’ll be confrontational. And he won’t get the nomination. But along the way, he will speak to the fears and hopes of a lot of people who no longer connect with Washington or trust the government to get it right.

      For a lot of people who hate politicians who go to Washington to get rich off the system like Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) 0%, they can trust that Donald Trump is already a billionaire so will not need to enrich himself off the treasury. Trump’s campaign, like Ben Carson’s, makes no sense in an age when people respect Washington. But it makes a hell of a lot of sense in an age when people no longer think their vote matters, but they sure want the crap kicked out of all the politicians they blame for making their vote meaningless.

      The people who no longer think they can win in America will side with a guy even they don’t think can win, just to watch him strike the match and burn down all they feel betrayed them. And that, ironically, can give him staying power when coupled with his money.”

  15. Looks like another Ross Perot type campaign.

    It s best to take a pass on the press campaign. Things are fixed at the top.

    Go local.

    Hell racially conscious Whites took the entire Confederate South and exclude the mud cities Midwest. We should, must spend our time winning county board chairmen races, county sheriff races.

    somewhere in your county there is another Jeff Sessions, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Frank Rizo or maybe even a real sherif Andy Taylor. Our own Hunter Wallace should close this blog and run, get elected Republican county chairman for some county in Alabama or ex rub of St. Louis MO.

    Things don’t look so bad at the local level.

    Presidential campaign – worst ever.

  16. The Donald’s vain boasting: ‘Touring Iowa at the beginning of June, Trump told the Des Moines Register he would be “the most successful person ever to run for president.” “Ross Perot isn’t successful like me,” Trump said, referring to the Texas businessman who received nearly 19 percent of the popular vote in 1992. Comparing himself to the previous Republican contender, Trump said, “I have a Gucci store that’s worth more money than Romney”’:

    Will our people who suffer under the yoke of the elite (‘1/2 of 1%’) reward him with votes and support for that? Probably not. ‘Only sixteen percent of US voters regard him favorably, while seventy-one percent do not, giving him a favorability rating of negative 55. By comparison, Hillary Clinton’s rating is a negative 4. According to statistical analysts FiveThirtyEight, who predicted the 2012 presidential election results with uncanny precision, Trump’s favorability is at negative 32 points, the worst by far of all 106 candidates in their database since 1980’.

  17. I hate to get my hopes up but a President has vast powers if he has the support of the people. Vast. Trump has been around Jews all his life. Could it be he sees? If President he could bring out all they’ve done. If they don’t kill him. Like Huey Long.

    If he goes full out it should at least be interesting. Lots of racism, racism, racism ahead.

  18. Trump is not a part of the establishment as it exists now. He’ll have to be careful if all the “normal” subterfuges don’t work against him successfully. We don’t need another Dallas.

  19. People that worked for Trump had to earn their keep or be fired. As president he would go insane witnessing all the freeloaders and no shows. If he tried to fire the freeloaders, millions would lose their jobs. The fed jails would be filled with Medicaid frauds. Millions of protected drug dealers would be busted. No show paid international spies would be exposed. Disabled frauds would have their wheel chairs taken away and forced to get a job. The White House would be closed and turned into a drug rehab. It is best if he changed his mind about being president.

  20. I seem to recall Trump blasting affirmative action before. This alone helps him stand out from a field of anti-whites such as Jeb!, Rand Paul and Lindsey Graham. I may well vote for him but – like many – I have been disappointed before. I voted for Ron Paul in 2008 and a few years later he was the most anti-white of all the candidates (much like his son).

  21. Trump does have one thing going for him: he’s already extremely wealthy.

    In the US system, the presidential candidates are nothing more than puppets of billionaire oligarchs. Lindsey Graham has his handlers. We’ve already seen that Hillary and Rubio have their respective handlers. In 2012, Newt Gingrich was singlehandedly kept in the race by Sheldon Adelson.

    Because Trump is already a billionaire and can finance his own campaign, he alone of all the other candidates can afford to be an independent voice. The other candidates are just stage managed creations of political campaign consultants financed by their Jewish sugar daddies.

  22. Hunter Wallace writes;

    “It looks like Trump will be the purveyor of False Hope 2016. Just like Ron Paul was in 2008 and 2012.”

    JR replies: Think you’re right. There is still time for more false hopes to enter as saviors on a White horse:

    Perhaps a military general – General Colin Powell, getting both the Republican and Democrat nomination (that was a real possibility for WW II hero General Eisenhower)

    Then there’s a noticeable lack of mass Black messiah candidate – maybe another Jessie Jackson for President campaign – Jessie has been quiet out of the TV limelight a long time, can’t see Jessie doing that forever.

    “Run Jessie Run, Run Jessie Run”.

    Also, the White American poor like some populist folk hero celebrity for President just to thumb their noses at middle class, college educated folks. It used to be some NASCAR driver like:

    RICHARD PEEEETY for President

    My bet is that ex rock star, turned NRA patriot Ted Nugent is the guy for this niche.

    There was a female porn star running for California Governor when California state was breaking down the way the rest of the country is breaking down now.

    As for us, what do we do?

    My suggestion is not to waste a lot, really any time on this Presidential Campaign circus.

    Again, just go local – who’s your county board chairman? who’s your sheriff? Alderman? Governors do have real power – get to know the governor’s staff – they are the ones responsible the next time George Soros spends $32 million to Black rent a mobs to go destroy a town like Ferguson MO.

  23. He’ll be my guy unless and until I see a picture of him with a small cap on his head and his hand on a stone wall.


    NBC is ending its long relationship with Donald Trump in the wake of the presidential hopeful’s recent comments about Mexican immigrants.

    NBC said it will no longer carry the Trump-produced Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants. Nor will he return to host “Celebrity Apprentice.”

    In a statement, NBC said:

    At NBC, respect and dignity for all people are cornerstones of our values.
    Due to the recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants, NBCUniversal is ending its business relationship with Mr. Trump.
    To that end, the annual Miss USA and Miss Universe Pageants, which are part of a joint venture between NBC and Trump, will no longer air on NBC .
    In addition, as Mr. Trump has already indicated, he will not be participating in “The Celebrity Apprentice” on NBC.

  25. Donald Trump dared to speak the truth about the Mexican invaders. For his crime the left is rallying their troops against him. They will make him pay one way or another.

    New York City reviewing business relationships with Trump

    Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that his administration is reviewing the city’s business relationships with billionaire developer Donald Trump, who is under sustained fire for his presidential campaign speech suggesting criminals were rife among Mexicans who enter the country….

  26. “It looks like Trump will be the purveyor of False Hope 2016. Just like Ron Paul was in 2008 and 2012.

    Hunter, I think you’ve nailed it. The Establishment needs to have a proverbial purveyor of false hope each election cycle to keep the boob-herds from accepting the futility of voting. At least Trump appears to be a loose canon of sorts and will provide us some fireworks throughout the primary season.

  27. The message is clear to all of us is it not?

    Even if you are as rich as Trump you had better toe the mark or you will be demonized and financially ruined if possible.

    The 2014 Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series banquets were held at Donald Trump’s Doral resort in Miami. The banquets will be at a different location in 2015.

    Following controversial comments by the business mogul and (again) presidential candidate, a NASCAR spokesperson said Friday that the sport would look for a different spot for the banquets.

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