After Blexit failing & Gillum in FL and Abrams in GA got 98% of the black vote, try to imagine any non-white majority saying “I’m a card carrying Republican!” Republican America is just not their thing. Its like the only people that don’t know the GOP’s base is the GOP LMAO.
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I’m pretty sure a group that is 6 percent to 10 percent of Americans and an even larger percentage of the Republican electorate are totally irrelevant and don’t matter in elections:
“Despite this, Bannon still used his appearance with Cernovich to take a swipe at ethno-nationalists—a term used to describe people who advocate for federal policies and enforcement measures to maintain white supermajorities in the countries they reside in.
“They can go fuck themselves. I don’t give a shit, right? Because they’re irrelevant. What’s relevant is building a coalition here of working-class people and middle-class people who can take the country back. And this is not an ethno-nationalist movement. It’s a civic or economic nationalist movement, and it’s a winner,” Bannon said. …”
We saw that last night, right?
Look at all of those based blacks who turned out for DeSantis and Kemp in Florida and Georgia. How did running on tax cuts and moving the US embassy to Jerusalem pan out for the GOP? Daily Stormer and TRS fans might have voted “straight ticket R,” but what about the White Nationalists who are Independents, who supported Trump in 2016 and who have traditionally been skeptical of the GOP?
SPOILER: They split their tickets or sat out the election.
Note: Just a few weeks ago, Jair Bolsonaro said he had nothing to do with Steve Bannon. Roy Moore really had nothing to do with him either. His thing is traveling the world trying to associate himself with nationalist movements for he can sell himself to the media.