White advocacy has been quietly annexed to conservatism.
“The deal in early 2021 was hailed by advocates for Black farmers as the most significant piece of legislation since the Civil Rights Act of 1964 — about $4 billion in President Biden’s massive pandemic stimulus package to rectify decades of discrimination. Minority farmers began investing in new machinery and other improvements, anticipating tens of thousands of dollars in government aid.
But today, the landmark deal on behalf of historically disadvantaged farmers is dead — successfully challenged in court by a fledgling conservative organization that argued the program racially discriminated against White farmers.
America First Legal is headed by Stephen Miller, the architect of President Donald Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigrants. While AFL lacks the name recognition and financial heft of many conservative counterparts, it has racked up notable court victories over the Biden administration. …
In the lead-up to the midterm election, AFL also bankrolled a multimillion dollar ad campaign that included inflammatory radio and TV spots demanding an end to “anti-white bigotry” and accusing the White House, businesses and universities of discriminating against White people. …”
This is true.
Instead of whining on the internet, it is nice to see someone doing something about the problem. Creating a pro-White version of the ADL to file lawsuits to challenge racial discrimination against Whites is an idea that has been on the drawing board in the White Nationalist movement for decades.
“During the four years of the Trump administration — especially in the arena of immigration — every single executive action, no matter how rigorously lawful, was subjected to a never-ending stream of activist litigation,” Miller said. “One of my goals when I left the administration was to try to help and inspire and coordinate a larger legal movement on the conservative side of the spectrum to do the same.”
A few years ago, conservatives were too scared of the media to touch the issue and any defense of Whites from vicious racial attacks was loudly, piously and reflexively condemned as “identity politics.” This has changed somewhat since the post-George Floyd backlash against CRT and Wokeism. It is becoming increasingly common to hear conservatives talking about White people and anti-Whitism on their YouTube channels. These lawsuits and the ad campaign in the midterms from America First Legal is another example of how White advocacy has become more mainstream over the past two years.
Note: As you can see below, conservative influencers like Matt Walsh and Mark Dice have stolen much of Nick Fuentes’ old act while he has been off playing Nazi leader for the media with Yedolf.