Why are you MAGAtards so sad?— Blompf Jr ?? 5% Blompf News™ guest / contributor (@ZyclownB) November 6, 2020
I thought you liked “WINNING”
?Embassy moved to Jerusalem
?”Peace” Deal finished
?Golan Heights Stolen
?Greater Israel Project advanced
?Lebanon, Yemen, Syria destabilized
?Max Sanctions on Iran
?Anti-Israel campus speech banned pic.twitter.com/sZbiJOqDqU
I spent probably 3 1/2 years warning the Trump campaign that Jared's campaign strategy was wrong. I basically got every state correct using Jared's strategy. https://t.co/3jfhplI4QF— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) November 7, 2020
Jared Kushner is one of the reasons why I didn’t support Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign. The same is true of Sheldon Adelson. I couldn’t vote for four more years of Jared and Sheldon.
“Donald Trump‘s team has begun the blame game for the president’s failed re-election bid and the early fire is aimed at Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law who serves as a senior adviser in the White House.
Kushner wears many hats in the Trump world – de facto chief of staff, keeper of the president’s moods, front man on the Middle East, coordinator on the coronavirus plus the brains behind the re-election effort.
He made it clear from the beginning he was involved in all major campaign decisions when it came to securing the president a second term. Brad Parscale, the former campaign manager who ran the campaign in the early days, reported to Kushner and was a loyalist to the presidential son-in-law. …”
I never noticed Jared Kushner during the 2016 campaign. In the 2016 campaign, Donald Trump had ran on self financing his campaign and being independent of the big donors only to cut them in after beating Hillary. Donald Trump ran as a populist and a nationalist and governed as a MIGA Zionist conservative. Then he tried to win reelection on the basis of the Jared Kushner strategy and messaging.
Sheldon Adelson and the Jewish donors who bought the policy agenda after the 2016 election are responsible for the sharp decline in the White male vote. Ultimately, it came down to voting for four more years of their agenda. Who cares about moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, giving Israel the Golan Heights or ending the Iran Deal? Who cares about criminal justice reform and the Platinum Plan? Is that worth losing my free speech and freedom of assembly and hundreds of our monuments?
WTF is this guy doing running vast areas of public policy anyway? How did Jexodus turn out? Was it worth trading 5% of the White vote for 3% of the Jewish vote and 4% of the black vote? The verdict on this inept administration and campaign strategy speaks for itself.
Note: In the end, the only groups in Trump’s column in 2016 who decided not to renew their subscription to Blumpf: Season 2 were populists, moderates, Independents and “white supremacists” for precisely the reasons which were laid out here in elaborate detail for four years.