2020 is proving to be a challenging election cycle for “white supremacists.”
As the race stands today in May 2019, it seems the top three choices are Yang, Tulsi and Crazy Bernie. Blompf isn’t even in the conversation. He has been eliminated from consideration due to his policy choices. Most people are backing a Jew, a Hindu woman or a son of Taiwanese immigrants:
Neocons/Neolibs & MSM all sing from the same songsheet: War war war!!! Trump never gets positive media unless he’s threatening war/carrying out military action. Today, Venezuela. Tomorrow, Iran? Cuba? Who’s next? No wonder NK won’t give up their nukes. https://t.co/FKhikCrOB9 pic.twitter.com/K4zAIk5WhN— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) May 2, 2019
2 of 2: This is an issue of freedom vs. tyranny. Echoing @POTUS, we’re considering all options in support of the Venezuelan people.— Acting SecDef Pat Shanahan (@ActingSecDef) May 1, 2019
If the media was correct about the Alt-Right, how do we explain this? Why aren’t more people rallying behind Blompf 2020? Shouldn’t all the White Nationalists be supporting Trump because it is gospel in the “mainstream” that Blompf has fueled the growth of White Nationalism?
Here’s a theory: what if the vast majority of these people were in fact disaffected White populists and nationalist voters and radicalized moderates who are somewhere in the middle of the electorate? If the “far-right” was actually to the left of the conservatives, wouldn’t this explain the seemingly bizarre swing behind Yang, Tulsi and Crazy Bernie over UBI and foreign policy?
You know, Tulsi has even won over David Duke because he feels so strongly about opposing absurd and destructive regime change wars. Imagine that … David Duke the humanitarian!
Note: I should add here that Not Voting is also one of the leading options. If Tucker Carlson were running, pretty much everyone would vote for him but right now the choice is several imperfect candidates. It reminds of the Ron Paul campaigns in 2008 and 2012.