For once, we all agree.
The combination of COVID, the George Floyd riots, the full throated embrace of Ibram X. Kendism by the establishment, Dump losing the 2020 election and Joe Biden’s faltering presidency has had a profound on White America since 2019. We’re coming off a year which started with normies storming the Capitol and the term anti-White, the Great Replacement and secession going mainstream.
The 2022 midterms are going to be a wave of pure kneejerk backlash politics. Obviously, we should try to take advantage of this and follow the example already being set by Qtards and Threepers and run for state and local offices. Steve Bannon is right for once. Millions of people are going to storm the polls in November to own the libs and vote “Let’s Go Brandon” without giving any thought to who is on the ballot. It is an opportunity for lots of folks on our side to launch their political careers.
We’re not saying go the full Art Jones:
In 2018, Art Jones ran as a Republican in Illinois’s 3rd Congressional District. He won a over 25% of the vote in a heavily Democrat district. As his Wikipedia article notes, Republican candidates in previous years had won 35.4%, 31.5%, 24.3% and 21.4% of the vote in that district due to polarization.
Don’t run a campaign for U.S. Senate like Glenn Miller either:
Ask yourself the following questions.
1. Are you are interested in running for state and local office? If yes, proceed.
2. Where do you live? Do you live in a rural area, small town, small metro, college town, working class suburb, middle class suburb, urban core? What kind of district do you live in? If most people are going to come to the polls in your area to vote for “Let’s Go Brandon,” proceed. Ideally, we are talking about rural areas, small towns, small metros which are deep inside Trump Country like southwest Virginia.
3. Do you have low name ID? Are you a known public figure in the “far right”? If you are not someone who is well known like myself or Gregory Hood and fit the profile of an anonymous supporter, proceed.
4. Are you running to express your own views or to acquire political power? If it is the former, you are better off being an activist or doing media. All politicians play the game and hide their power level. If you are capable of doing that and representing your district, proceed.
5. Are you capable of focusing on your district and not drawing national attention to your campaign? The only people who need to know you are running for office are people who live in your area. You don’t need to tell everyone on Twitter or Gab or draw the attention of “journalists” and “extremism researchers.” If you are capable of running a quiet race that is purely local without spilling the beans, proceed.
6. What position are you running for as a candidate? How do you want to push the envelope? Truth be told, it is better to meet people where they are and run campaigns on ideas which are already in circulation. So, you might want to run as a generic pro-White or pro-South candidate. You can run against CRT or affirmative action or the Great Replacement or open borders to signal normies. You can run against Antifa. Everyone hates them now. You can run on defending historic monuments. You can run against COVID authoritarianism. It really depends on what you are running for as a candidate like state representative or county commission or city council or to get on a school board.
7. What is your strategy to own the libs? This is what the audience wants. You need to be willing to give them red meat. Just say you are standing up for White people and running against the Great Replacement.
The bottom line is this: if we just got a bunch of people elected to state and local offices who are generically pro-White, which is to say, willing to stand up for White people and defend our heritage and oppose demographic replacement, this alone would be a giant step forward.
Look at where Republicans win by blowout margins in a close year like 2020:
These are the ideal places to run like the Ozarks, Appalachia or rural Midwest.
Even if live in a D+10 state though like Virginia or New Jersey, the “Let’s Go Brandon” wave might honestly be massive enough to carry you to victory. Remember, an unknown trucker in New Jersey knocked off a Democrat who was the head of the state senate after only spending $153 on his race. Normally, this would be out of reach, but the Democrat brand is a raging dumpster fire in 2022.
Remember, all you really have to do is hide the power level, avoid attracting attention from “journalists” and ride the wave to victory. We win through being quiet, not loud and obnoxious.