No matter how hard whites vote for the Republican Party, their leadership does everything humanly possible to avoid standing up for them. One would expect more from the leaders of a party whose core constituency is made up of whites [Generic American Party Vs. Great Replacement Party: Now An Irrepressible Conflict—With Or Without Trump, by James Kirkpatrick, VDARE, July 19, 2019].
The Left went on its usual two-minutes hate after the corporate press recently got a hold of a draft for the newly-forming America First Caucus, which is apparently being led by immigration patriots Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.). The Left threw a tantrum because Greene and Gosar committed the horrible crime of drawing up a platform that stands up for “Anglo-Saxon political traditions” [McCarthy responds to MAGA caucus: GOP isn't party of 'nativist dog whistles,' by Melanie Zanona, Politico, April 16, 2021].
No outrage lynching is complete without the usual Republican cucks trying to reinforce the regime narrative of multiculturalism. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) played his part spectacularly, by tweeting
“America is built on the idea that we are all created equal and success is earned through honest, hard work. It isn’t built on identity, race, or religion. The Republican Party is the party of Lincoln & the party of more opportunity for all Americans—not nativist dog whistles.”
America is built on the idea that we are all created equal and success is earned through honest, hard work. It isn’t built on identity, race, or religion.— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) April 16, 2021
The Republican Party is the party of Lincoln & the party of more opportunity for all Americans—not nativist dog whistles.
What made me crack up was how that same day McCarthy retweeted Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL), who sharply criticized Democrats’ court-packing plan by drawing comparisons to the chaotic political situation in Venezuela.
Did it ever occur to McCarthy and his Republican colleagues that Venezuela is in such dire straits because of the fact that it’s a multi-racial Banana Republic whose founding principles had very little in common with those of the American founders? The American freedoms Republicans drone about aren’t just abstractions. They’re the product of an Anglo-Saxon founding stock who settled America and passed on their customs and political practices to their posterity.
I highly doubt Republicans will ever get the bigger picture, and I expect them to continue counter-signaling
Props to Greene and Gosar though. They’re actually standing up for the country’s founding stock at a time when there’s an all-out assault against Euro-Americans who built this wonderful country. I wish the America First Caucus all the luck in the world. They’re going to need it and then some.