GOP Doesn’t Offer White Voters Much of Anything

Historically, the opposition party wins the midterm elections. President Joe Biden has low approval ratings and would probably lose to Donald Trump if a rematch were held today. Americans are suffering from inflation, crime, and empty shelves at food stores. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) has sunk President Biden’s “Build Back Better” legislation. The Commander-in-Chief’s attempt to federalize elections also appears dead. The Cook Political Report projects that Republicans will retake the House.

Should we care?

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) would presumably become the next Speaker. Rep. McCarthy is no profile in courage. He was part of the collective eruption of guilt over the Tulsa riot of 100 years ago, said the GOP is not the party of “nativist dog whistles,” and has a weak record on immigration, probably because of agricultural interests in his district. He talked at length about the GOP’s new “Commitment to America” to Breitbart; there’s not much in it for us. It doesn’t mention race, except for congressional races. If you’re a white American fed up with your government making you a second-class citizen, you’ve come to the wrong place.

To be overly fair, Rep. McCarthy says some good things. He says he wants to “clean up” voter rolls. He asks whether Americans want “this one-party rule that’s brought us inflation, open borders, unsafe communities, and a supply chain where products are scarce” or “something that’s going to make our economy stronger, our streets safer, our border secure, and [ensure that] the next century [is] the American century.” Rep. McCarthy also promises a “parents’ bill of rights” and lauds the election in Virginia, in which parents’ anger over Critical Race Theory in schools drove a Republican upset victory. Attacks on critical race theory, immigration, and crime are all good.

One might even call them “nativist dog whistles.”

These issues are what Americans want to talk about. The Virginia election proved that. A new poll found that Americans say immigration is more important than climate change, education, and foreign policy (even after the Afghanistan defeat.). It trails only the economy (the GOP has the advantage by default) and the pandemic (President Biden has not only failed to stop the disease but seems to have given up.)

But the plan doesn’t give us much. In its “one page” summary, “The Commitment to America” pledges that once in power the GOP will be “upholding free speech” and will “secure our border, and enforce our immigration laws.” Will huge numbers of illegals be deported? There’s no mention of affirmative action.

The GOP’s “Commitment to America” website has lots of tweets and complaints but few ideas. It shows the scope of President Biden’s failure on border security and crime but doesn’t say what Republicans would do. The “American Security” Task Force claims Republicans “do have a strategy to end Biden’s Border Crisis,” but doesn’t say what it is. Kevin McCarthy’s website offers a few more specifics and links to specific bills. He pledges to increase police funding for by $1.75 billion.

“Free speech is being challenged by big tech companies that give preference to one point of view but suppress another,” says the website. Earlier this month Rep. McCarthy said that big tech platforms “should not be allowed to use the shield of Section 230” because they are acting as publishers when they censor lawful points of view. The Republican “Task Force” on Big Tech Censorship and Data says, “It is time to scrap Section 230 and start over.”

Ending Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is not a solution. Scrapping it would mean that sites such as Facebook and Twitter would be treated as publishers rather than platforms and thus be open to litigation if a user posts defamation, advertises illegal activity, releases damaging private information., etc. This would be an excuse to censor even more.

Also, huge corporations can police content far more easily than smaller companies. Andrew Torba of Gab, perhaps the most censored and canceled corporation in history, argues that Section 230 should be kept “exactly the way it is” because it “helps the little guy.” Given our own experience suing a tech company, lawyers and courts are not a solution. Abolishing Section 230 may be the worst of both worlds. It would create the illusion of action against Big Tech while crushing small tech.

Will Chamberlain of Human Events had the right approach when he argued that “Platform Access Is A Civil Right.” He says, correctly, that the federal government helped create many of these major social media companies and that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 means that the “private property” argument does not justify discrimination: “We, as a society, do not have to allow private companies to violate Americans’ civil rights.”

Kevin McCarthy’s plan is to make tech companies “implement and maintain a reasonable user-friendly appeals process,” which will somehow “empower conservatives and others whose speech rights have been infringed to challenge Big Tech’s attacks.” This would leave things in the hands of Big Tech and/or the legal system. He also has alluded vaguely to antitrust action, but the Biden Administration is doing this anyway.

What can we expect from a Republican majority? Judging from the House GOP’s blog posts, the Republicans are mad at President Biden for not being sufficiently anti-Russian or spending enough money on Capitol Police. Still, an investigation into the events of January 6 might be fruitful. Even as this is written, the mysterious “Ray Epps” is trending on Twitter while “fact checkers” assure us he wasn’t working for the government. Senator Ted Cruz even brought up this “conspiracy theory” in a recent hearing, though he has called January 6, 2021 a “terrorist attack.” The GOP can’t seem to decide if the riot was a terrorist attack, a “fedsurrection,” or no big deal.

What would a Republican majority do?  Limit FBI power as the Church Committee limited CIA power? Will all immigration laws be enforced? Will Big Tech censorship end? Since the Republican Revolution of 1994, the GOP has been trying to repeat the magic of the “Contract With America.” However, the Contract With America’s brilliance was its simplicity and clarity. Republicans promised to pass specific laws. Instead, “The Commitment With America” gives us cute sloganeering: “We fight to Restore, Rebuild, Renew,” while the Democrats will “Defund, Destroy, Dismantle.”

Republicans may take Congress simply because Americans are disgusted with the Biden Administration, but the GOP won’t repair the damage. That’s the story of American politics since Nixon. Even when Republicans win, the country keeps moving left, especially on racial, cultural, and sexual issues. This is no surprise; the conservative movement is arguably dedicated to avoiding using government power.

Republicans offer rhetorical opposition. Democrats use power. They are preparing to use the national security state against whites. You may yet face prison or persecution because of your views. Whatever you think of them, what the federal government and private companies have done to Nick Fuentes or Laura Loomer is deeply disturbing.

Republicans have accepted leftist cultural victories rather than reverse them. We must tell them what we expect, or they don’t get our vote. Third parties such as the American Freedom Party  or the National Justice Party may be “fringe,” but whites cannot survive another 50 years of winning at the ballot box but losing everywhere else.

Here are five things most Republicans want.

  1. Abolish all affirmative action and racial preferences in law.
  2. Require platform access as a civil right for all lawful speech. (If this can’t be done because private property is sacred, repeal the Civil Rights Act, allow restrictive covenants, and restore freedom of association.)
  3. Enforce all immigration laws and pass President Donald J. Trump’s 2016 immigration program, including mandatory E-Verify, ending birthright citizenship, and building a wall.
  4. End Critical Race Theory in public school and give money to families that don’t want to send their children to failing, unpatriotic public schools. Make a free market in education. The GOP plan only hints at school choice.
  5. End the DOJ’s war on “domestic terrorism” and fight real crime, especially violence.

White advocates on the vanguard must direct our fire against so-called conservatives who have failed us for so long, not just “liberals” and their media.

I want laws enforced equally, my race treated fairly, my country’s history and culture respected. Otherwise, we owe the party and government that is supposed to represent us no allegiance.

President Biden’s blundering may be the last opportunity to keep America together. If the Republican Party fails, have options: redraw boundaries within the Union, start new political movements, and, if necessary, go back to the way the United States was founded by starting a country of our own.

It’s dangerous when people who say they are your friends represent you but act like your enemies. Politics is the art of the possible, but if the GOP can’t even be counted to stand for white equality, voting Republican and hoping things will get better is pointless. Secession, proposing a monarchy, or declaring Nick Fuentes the pope are all more realistic.

There is a time limit before whites are reduced to a powerless minority. What is at stake is the survival of our nation, people, and civilization. If Kevin McCarthy doesn’t get that, he won’t help us. If no Republicans get that, then there is no reason to support the Party of Lincoln at all.

First published on American Renaissance on January 12, 2022.

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Gregory Hood has been active in conservative groups in the US. He is a staff writer for American Renaissance. His work is syndicated on the Unz Review and here at Occidental Dissent.

32 Comments

  1. Wake me up if any of these assclowns mentions Blackrock, Vanguard, the FED and/or the asset stripping of the US and Germany.

  2. “”.. If no Republicans get that, then there is no reason to support the Party of Lincoln at all….””

    Infighting may bring entire elite and regime down and voting increases infighting.

  3. Do you think Republicans would ever restore all the Confederate monuments that all of Joe Biden’s domestic terrorists/activists have destroyed/removed? Remember both parties think Antifa and BLM are NOT domestic terrorists no matter how much they destroy/burn/loot/etc.

    Do you think Republicans would ever set the McMichaels and Bryan (parole possible after he is 82 years old) free from prison for life sentences for just defending themselves against the attack of a black felon who was off his meds?

    Do you think the Republicans will look favorably on those to the Right of them on the political spectrum? Ever since Trump and crew have left the scene we have enjoyed more success than believed possible. When Trump or other Republicans come back in full power they are going to use us as punching bags to virtue signal just how righteous they really are and show the world just what real wokeness is all about to win this progressive debate once and for all.

    Remember what Republicans did 160 years ago and are still doing to the South — destroying it. Republican Nikki Haley started this whole era of cultural genocide and she still thinks she is right and so do a lot of other Republicans.

    No, don’t vote for a Republican or Democrat. We must form a secession party and try to get out of here as quickly as we can.

  4. “what will the Republicans do?”

    suck Jewish dick,
    kiss black ass,
    massage spics,

    and shit on the White people who voted for them.

    as usual.

    • They both want to get rid of whites. Do they really think that by bringing other people here, they will turn into responsible, bill paying citizens? It makes no sense to bring in nonEuropeans and favor and shower them with money and opportunity, when they cannot do what whites do. The only reason to bring millions and millions of them here, is to destroy us.

  5. No more voting for me until either party takes our concerns serious and not just lip service. WE must let them know our votes are no longer guaranteed.

  6. I find it astounding the White people still cling to the idea that “voting” is real, that dimtards and rinos are their friends and saviors. White people have in America have had it so good for so long, that they have become incapable of facing reality. White people are terrified to even think of defending themselves, and they will be sent the way of the DoDo Bird. Voat Moar Harder, and make sure you write a nice long letter to Santa Claus too…

  7. The Democrats and Republicans will never represent European Americans. I say that and type that every single day and have done so since 2001. Both parties had a time in history where White Folks was represented. However those days are long long long gone. Republicans have never cared about the common good….I call that White Nationalism in my World. I strongly advocate voting Third Party in elections. You’ll find all different kinds and new ones will come up in the future. I strongly encourage people not get stuck on the extreme wings of Politics. With the giant gap between Democrats and Republicans…neither one can even run Government at all in 2022. Everybody’s likes being an extremist but it’s more Moderate views that get things done. We punish the establishment by supporting common sense Third Party candidates and Independence who have our White views in mind. Deo Vindice !

  8. “First published on American Renaissance”

    So that’s why I nearly fell asleep reading it. The GOP are Jew-financed scumbags and traitors. That is all you need to know about them.

  9. For so long, it’s been just these two parties to choose from………and it shows. Complacency results in lazy policy, and a feeling that they have a right to rule, regardless of how terribly they do it. They’re out of touch, and just don’t resonate with flyover America.
    Mass immigration from incompatible nations……….not addressed.
    Trade policy that incentivizes offshore manufacturing…………not addressed.
    Gang culture and high murder rates………not addressed.
    Foreign investment that pushes locals from the real estate market……..not addressed.
    I could go on, but you get the idea.
    Nobody wants a war with China. They just want their manufacturing back. They don’t want the refugees of failed military occupations. They want their own homeless looked after.
    You’ve got the faceless smallhats running things behind the scenes regardless of who takes office. You will never vote your way out of their treachery.

    • Yes, and the “immigration” to our nation is invasion. The money and favoritism shown to these unintelligent, unproductive leeches, is destroying our nation. They have their own nations and the constant “refugee” status is a joke.

      • @Pilot,
        The most successful invasions are the unarmed ones where they pretend to be these poor, defenceless ‘victims’ who will be killed if returned. They then go on to change our country……….with not a single bullet fired.
        Their agenda then changes from being a refugee to being an activist who forever accuse us of racism, and thrive on their ‘victimhood’……..a form of activism they wouldn’t engage in where they came from.
        A lot of us know it secretly or otherwise. The question is what to do about it.

  10. All the masses have to do is leave Twitter, Facebook, Youtube for the alternatives, but they won’t, because they like slavery. It is the same with them voting Dems or Reps instead of for the alternatives.

    I believe the West will continue its decline regardless. When things get bad enough, fear will drive the formation of new governments.

  11. America needs to increase Hindu Legal Immigration-every year. This is something the Native White Working Class can get behind!!

  12. No second chances. It boggles my mind that people who think Trump was cheated out of the election in 2020 will somehow win it in 2024. The United States is terminal. We need to get off the USS Titantic before she drags us to the bottom with her!

  13. We should go state and local – achieve power somewhere, anywhere. David Duke was a very important national political leader after running and winning his Louisianna State representatives race. That can and should be done in so many places. We aren’t going to take back our society by winning an election of leaders based in the Washington DC beltway.

    Indiana State and local White folks are successfully running against BLM, violent crime, anti White misrule in Chicago and DC. Indiana has budget surpluses.

    • Things are so far gone, that solution would take decades, and voting is now controlled. They’re not going to let someone in who is for the people. You have to change the laws first, and we are not in power to do that. Doesn’t matter what happened to Trump. The ballot is a placebo.

    • When is HW going to release a video recording of that LoS meeting in Pine Level Alabama last summer? You know, the event where he deliberately SNUBBED me?

    • Yes, Indiana. Home of super-cuck Mike Pence, who got a handy ‘book deal’ (for a book he will not write himself) just after his typical Republican ratification of massive vote-fraud. Voting changes nothing in a rigged system. In a response to this very same article over at Unz, a poster pointed out that Glenn Youngkin, who won against Clintonoid Terry McAuliffe sole because he made noises like he opposed CRT, has picked a CRT-swamp creature to fulfill his ‘promise’ to the legion of idiots who voted for the Crony-Capitalist. A white woman of course… named

      Aimee Rogstad Guidera, a real daughter of the South as you can tell by the surnames. A very Trumpian (and typically Republican) move on Youngkin’s part. It took him even less time than I expected. Yet idiots never learn the damned lesson, do they?

      We aren’t voting our way out of this. Instead of voting in rigged elections, do things to accelerate the total collapse of the system. Worse is better. Burn the bitch down.

      • @Exalted One (Cyclops) – Did not know that, about Youngkin’s appointee, Aimee Guidera. Utterly, utterly predictable. I knew he was a traitorous sell-out, but did not know about her specifically.
        So many who voted for him on the CRT issue will never hear about the information you provided above, and will continue to think they’ve had a real victory with their voting. Tragic.
        Great post.

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