The GOP continues to operate on two tracks. In some ways, the average Republican voter has gotten a little better on the issues under Joe Biden, which you can see reflected in the polls. Tucker Carlson is also using the term anti-White, talking about the Great Replacement on his show and giving a platform on his other show to people like Mencius Moldbug. There has been a narrowing of the gap between our views on most issues and that of the average Republican voter. You can see this shift in influencers like Matt Walsh who was hammered during the Groyper War or in Ann Coulter’s Twitter feed this morning.
In other ways, things have either gotten worse or stagnated. This can be seen in the knee jerk reaction to Joe Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan. You can see it in the statements that Donald Trump puts out like when he vowed to be tough on Mark Zuckerberg next time he is president. Above all else, you can see it in the House and Senate Republican leadership and on Hannity’s show, which is more reflective of where the institutional GOP is at on the issues. The elderly conservative politicians are off pushing the same old agenda and waiting for the next wave of backlash politics to arrive to restore them to power where they vow to do nothing about anything their base wants until power slips through their fingers again.