In the last article, we aired our suspicions that Andrew Yang is a Left-Authoritarian like virtually all the other Asians based on biographical information about his life.
If Andrew Yang is a Left-Authoritarian, what is Blompf? Is Blompf really a populist? I’ve been a populist for 15 years and … lately, he has been rubbing me the wrong way. In fact, there is something that has been bothering me about him since December 2016.
Something about Blompf … isn’t right
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Why did he appeal to me in 2016?
Where was Blompf in the 2016 election? How did he win the election?
Where is Blompf now … in 2019? He’s not in the same position anymore. The character he plays for all the rubes has changed his position and is now somewhere near Hannity.
No … something still isn’t right.
Andrew Yang is a True Believer. He is a Left-Authoritarian.
Mike Pence is a True Believer. He is a Right-Authoritarian.
But … what about Blompf? He doesn’t believe in economic fairness. He isn’t a real populist. Come to think about it, he doesn’t believe in social cohesion either.
How can we possibly square Blompf the man with social conservatism? There is utterly nothing about his life at all that suggests he is a social conservative. That’s because he isn’t a social conservative. It is why he is so comfortable with casinos, adultery with Stormy Daniels, homosexuality, etc. Blompf had no problem selling out to the GOP establishment because he too is a Right-Libertarian.
Note: Take it with a grain of salt.
I will just say that I had him pegged before nearly anyone else in December 2016. I started watching him and analyzing the growing contradictions between his rhetoric and policies.