Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Overkill: What Can The MSM/ Clinton Campaign Say About The Alt Right That They’ve Not ALREADY Said About Trump/ The GOP?

It must be true, it’s in the New York Times!—an editorial (September 5) denouncing Radix Journal’s Richard B. Spencer because he’s against immigration and, guess what, Donald Trump has also said “— in a line widely quoted on alt-right websites—‘There is only one core issue in the immigration debate and it is this: the well-being of the American people.’” Hang them now! (Spencer,’s Peter Brimelow, and American Renaissance’s Jared Taylor are scheduled to appear at a press conference on the Alt Right at the National Press Club, Washington D.C. 1-3 pm Friday, September 9)

General Motors CEO Charles Erwin Wilson famously remarked “What was good for our country was good for General Motors, and vice versa.”  Most on the Alt Right have felt the same way about Donald Trump.  Trump’s brash style combined with his America First platform helped legitimize the Alt Right. Meanwhile, the plan of the Alt Right is to meme Donald Trump to the White House by trolling his opponents.

Hillary Clinton has tried to use the Alt Right as an albatross around Trump’s neck.  She notoriously gave a speech stating the Alt Right “has effectively taken over the Republican Party.”  And her campaign has continued to highlight Trump’s supposed connections to the movement, such as Jared Taylor and Kevin MacDonald’s praise for Trump’s fantastic immigration speech.  [Donald Trump’s immigration speech got rave reviews—from all his biggest fans, Hillary, September 1, 2016].

Hillary’s attack has undoubtedly raised the Alt Right’s profile.  As The New York Times acknowledged, “Attention from the Democratic presidential nominee was a moment in the political spotlight that offered a new level of credibility” as well as “a valuable opportunity for fundraising and recruiting”  [Hillary Clinton Denounces the ‘Alt-Right,’ and the Alt-Right Is Thrilled, by Alan Rappeport, August 26, 2016].

Six years ago Jared Taylor received virtually no press coverage when violent Leftists shut down his conference.  In contrast, after Clinton featured him in an ad for her anti-Trump speech, he appeared on dozens of talk shows.

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