Trump: ”I Think There Is A Definite Anti-White Feeling In This Country And That Can’t Be Allowed Either”
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If you were at the VDARE conference last weekend, or watched it on livestream, you’ll have heard us chuckling about the fact that the expression ”anti-white,” which would have drawn puzzled glances or angry snarls a year or two ago, is settling down into normal social discourse.

Donald Trump is on board. Tuesday this week Time magazine published an interview with him. One of the questions they asked was about polls showing that most of Trump’s supporters think ”anti-white racism now represents a greater problem in the country than anti-black racism.” What did the Donald think of that?

Trump replied very forthrightly as follows:

Oh, I think that there is a lot to be said about that. If you look at the Biden administration, they’re sort of against anybody depending on certain views.

They’re against Catholics. They’re against a lot of different people. They actually don’t even know what they’re against, but they’re against a lot. But no, I think there is a definite anti-white feeling in this country and that can’t be allowed either.

OK, not the most articulate answer a politician’s ever given to an interviewer, but it shows a frank realism that it would be refreshing to see in the White House.

I’m a Trump voter by default. Another Biden term—Biden-Harris term, whatever—would leave the country in ruins. I haven’t been enthusiastic about Trump, though, because of the disappointments in his first term. Now, after reading that and some similar snippets, I’m warming up…

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