Under Kamala’s administration, we’ll have parallel countries and presidencies. The divisions will deepen. Donald Trump will continue holding rallies, undermining the Kamala Administration. Low-grade upheaval against the Deep State will continue apace, all good things.
“Things fall apart; the center cannot hold; mere [secession] is loosed upon the world,” to borrow from William Butler Yeats’ “The Second Coming” (1865-1939).
In this context, a must read is “The Trump Revolution: The Donald’s Creative Destruction Deconstructed,” the endorsement over whose pages is not necessarily for the policies of Trump, but for The Process of Trump.
Correctly, Richard Spencer reminds me that, “One Pope will [still] have access to the bureaucracy and the military. So it won’t quite be like the Great Schism of old.”
Paul Craig Roberts, over at the Unz Review, is certainly well-attuned to what’s underway. In “Evidence Mounts of a Stolen Election,” he writes:
“The media speaks with one voice. The print, TV, NPR, social media, and the anti-Trump Internet sites exercise censorship and control the explanations. We are experiencing a well- designed and successful coup against … red-state America.”
The Democrat Party is now in the hands of indoctrinated leftists who despise the working class and champion “oppressed minorities.” Immigration floodgates will be thrown open. Red states will be cut out of the federal budget. Gutsy Republicans such as Devin Nunes and Jim Jorden will be falsely investigated, and Trump will be falsely prosecuted. The rest of us will be silenced in one way or the other.
Media election coverage has certainly been defined by the gloating smirks of demented distaff and their domesticated male cohort.
In this context, one realizes just how deep the institutional rot runs when one watches the genius of CNN’s John King, “The Machine,” who, on his feet, provided a county-by-county election analysis, doing the math as the numbers came in. King was also respectful of President Trump (an archaic, bit of journalistic professionalism, for which he had to keep apologizing, obsequiously).
Why do the low IQ Don Lemon and Anderson Cooper occupy an anchor’s chair at CNN, when the network has John King, a veteran news man and analyst, who also had the good sense to divorce Dana Bash, one of CNN’s Democrat groupies, who is way too visible, given her limited journo talents and fast-deteriorating looks (to mirror the inside).
What else? In Seattle, the voters voted for more life à la Portland; surrounding white people’s residences, berating their “old, white asses,” and terrifying them. It’s hard not despise one’s neighbors in liberal states.
"Asking for people to be peaceful is white supremacy"
I can never get over the state of Virginia, beloved home of James Madison, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, on and on, going commie.?The Associated Press has called Virginia for #SleepyJoeBiden.
Third-World Election (in a country aspiring to become a more virtuous “Shithole Country“).
In America: A third world election.
Only the media and a few favored factions cleave to the race narrative.
Trump wins highest share of non-white vote for the GOP since 1960 https://t.co/NFd9aaOO3b
What’s new among toddler, lite libertarians? A non-thinker calls himself a thinker.
#Reason mag were #NeverTrump -sters until they decided against being EverLosers. Now their 3-year-old editor dubs his commonplace, hackneyed observations the stuff of "think pieces." https://t.co/I9XBr5rEbx
If The Federalist, a pretty mainstream magazine, says “the steal is on” …
Federalist: 'Democrats Are Trying To Steal The Election In #Michigan, #Wisconsin, And #Pennsylvania
Well of course. #BenShapiro's position as the GOP Establishment's Philosopher Lite is secured: https://t.co/LDMnWueIyL
Tucker Carlson delivered. Poor Bill Hemmer not so much.
#TuckerCarlson makes the only valid point about the passive, accepting of en masse boarding up of places of business across America, in anticipation of post-election #violence:
#TuckerCarlson provided the best Big-Picture analysis of #Election2020 trends. #JohnKing @CNN and #SteveKornacki @MSNBC are aces at the Magic Wall, interpreting election map on feet, as votes pour in, down to district. Poor #BillHemmer can't do it.https://t.co/BGhU4UD7J5
This post originally appeared at IlanaMercer.com on November 6, 2020.
Ilana Mercer has been writing a weekly, paleolibertarian column since 1999. She is the author of “Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America From Post-Apartheid South Africa”(2011) & “The Trump Revolution: The Donald’s Creative Destruction Deconstructed” (June, 2016). She’s on Twitter, Facebook, Gab & YouTube