Regarding your tweet Friday about Phyllis Schlafly endorsing Donald Trump.
Phyllis Schlafly formally endorses Trump - https://t.co/iXUrAqeLEf— VDARE (@vdare) March 11, 2016
I look forward to reports from 23 year old writers at Beltway Right publications about how Phyllis Schlafly isn't a "real conservative" now.— VDARE (@vdare) March 11, 2016
While he’s not 23 years old, David Harsanyi of The Federalist took a shot at Mrs. Schlafly at the end of January as a result of her "unofficial" endorsement of Mr. Trump.
Conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly calls Donald Trump the "last hope for America" - https://t.co/S9D0IfKfux pic.twitter.com/xdySUB1EBY— VDARE (@vdare) December 21, 2015
Harsanyi [Email him] wrote:
And when I refer to “Trumpkins,” I’m speaking about people who, whether they explicitly say so or not, view contemporary conservatism as a dead end. Either it’s because they’ve become frustrated by the perceived (and sometimes real) failures of its philosophy and politics, or because they’ve never really been enthralled with those ideas in the first place. Their instincts are nationalistic and protectionist, and their anxiety is primarily fueled by illegal immigration and trade.
Phyllis Schlafly, one-time proponent of limited-government, distilled Trump’s paleo-appeal like so: “If we don’t stop immigration — this torrent of immigrants coming in — we’re not going to be America anymore…” Who cares about low marginal tax rates if some freedom-hating foreigner is taking your job?
"What Happens If Trump Wins?" by David Harsanyi, The Federalist, Jan 27, 2016