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Sunday, December 16, 2018

2020's sacrificial lamb

Democrats are modifying the order of their state primaries in order to serve up Kamala Harris to the God-Emperor in 2020:
The nation’s most populous liberal state has moved its presidential nominating contest to early in the 2020 calendar, a shift its leaders hope will give it maximum impact on the selection of a Democratic nominee and push candidates to address progressive issues such as climate change.

Selling white Democrat disenfranchisement as a way to “address progressive issues such as climate change” that only white Democrats care about is a nice touch.

With Deval Patrick out and Cory Booker too weird to pose a real threat, Kamala’s biggest obstacle in winning the nomination is a structural one. At 86% and 91%, Iowa and New Hampshire are far whiter than the country as a whole, at 61%, is. Not since Bill Clinton in 1992 has the eventual Democrat nominee failed to win at least one of those first two states.

If Kamala wins either one, the nomination is almost certainly hers. Nevada and South Carolina will have non-white majorities among their Democrat primary-goers so she will easily win contests #3 and #4. With the huge California prize now part of Super Tuesday–as opposed to being an irrelevant afterthought as was the case in 2016–a day that already includes Texas, where non-whites will make up three-fourths Democrat primary-goers, it’s conceivable she will have effectively clinched the nomination by the first week of March.
The Democrats desperately want to run "a woman of color" for President, but they know perfectly well that doing so would be electoral suicide. So, they'll run her in 2020, when they know no one is going to beat an ascendant Donald Trump who will have put the Mueller probe behind him by then. Trump will also be in good form in 2020, as he will likely be stimulated in a productive manner by the replacement of the back-stabbing of the Establishment Republican House with the open opposition of the Democratic House.

The serious candidates are Beto and Garcetti, both of whom will be given dry runs to prep them for 2024. I think Beto is more serious, as Jewish influence in the Democratic Party is clearly fading.

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Blogger Lovekraft December 16, 2018 8:15 AM  

Harris exudes the same smugness, intellectual vacuity and underlying threats that Obama did. And I see now way I'll give another of those racketeers another pass.

The West has reached Peak Black Guilt Sympathy with Obama (cop shootings, ClockBoy, Polar Bear Hunting, smashngrabs, knockoutgame, Kapernick etc etc).

Blogger Mr.MantraMan December 16, 2018 8:26 AM  

I'll throw this out there, can conservatives and the GOPe keep the Coalition of the Fringes intact?

My money is on yes.

Blogger Colin Flaherty's baby momma December 16, 2018 8:31 AM  

It's the first alien satanist woman of shady color president everrrr!!!!!!
Making history, This is real Progress people!

Blogger Ryan G December 16, 2018 8:37 AM  

@1 "The West has reached Peak Black Guilt Sympathy with Obama (cop shootings, ClockBoy, Polar Bear Hunting, smashngrabs, knockoutgame, Kapernick etc etc)."

We may be at the peak, but that still means we have the rest of mountain to climb back down from. It took two, possibly three, generations to get to where we are now. I suspect it will take the same amount to get back to where we ought to be.

Cable News is going to follow the Boomers into their graves, but the other vectors of this social poison are still alive and well - especially college. Marked progress won't be made until the Boomers start dying off.

Blogger Ransom Smith December 16, 2018 8:40 AM  

I can already hear Trump saying she slept her way to the top .
She must have little self awarness to be so eager to have herself savaged and humiliated .

Blogger JACIII December 16, 2018 8:42 AM  

It will be interesting to see if there is any shift beginning from within white guilt enclaves toward self interest in 2020. Going by the behavior of English whites in South Africa there will be a fierce doubling down as the walls continue to close in on them.

Blogger pyrrhus December 16, 2018 8:43 AM  

Kamala got into politics on her back, as the toad-like Willie Brown's mistress, and they attended sex orgies together..This is so well known in CA that it might be somewhat difficult to suppress..Other than that, she has no known beliefs...

Blogger Andrew Curlutu December 16, 2018 8:46 AM  

Yes, well, "dear" Kamala is as arrogant and self-righteous as any other Commiecrat, so she has that going for her. On the other hand, the very idea that somebody who likely got where they are by "servicing" Willie Brown until he was no longer useful to her has a chance of capturing the Presidency is rather foolish. Not to mention that like most of the Darwinian also-rans trying to get the nod from the Commiecrat primary voters, her political positions won't stand much examination to discerning voters, as she and the rest of that lot are, figuratively speaking, to the left of Chairman Mao.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan December 16, 2018 8:48 AM  

As one of CH's authors points out on twitter the Right cannot even understand Occasional Cortex much less a full fledged establishment created and supported stooge such as Harris.

The Left creates the narrative then the Right flails about within it. If it weren't Trump I would say just install Harris as prez right now and spare us the political theatre we would have to endure of a campaign/struggle session.

As for Peak Black, spare me, when the Left is done with blacks then we will have seen peak Black and not a moment before. But Black dethronement will be brutal.

Blogger Slippin JImmy December 16, 2018 8:57 AM  

George Clooney could be a dark horse candidate for the Dems. He might even give the God Emperor a run for his money

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey December 16, 2018 8:58 AM  


The serious candidates are Beto and Garcetti, both of whom will be given dry runs to prep them for 2024. I think Beto is more serious, as Jewish influence in the Democratic Party is clearly fading


Must be a recent phenomenon.

https://www.jta.org/2016/10/26/politics/5-top-donors-to-clinton-election-bid-reportedly-are-jewish

A tally of the fundraising for the campaign to elect Hillary Clinton president shows that the top five donors are Jewish.

https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=94066

Then Goldberg said he had just read something “that knocked my socks off.” The Center for Responsive Politics issued a list of the top 50 donors to 527’s and super-PACs, and eight of the 36 Republican bigs were Jewish, and of the 14 Democrats, only one was not Jewish.

There was one non-Jew who was giving big money to the Democrats. That’s gigantic in the terms of American politics.


Whatever the reason, in his recent campaign against Cruz, O'Rourke was very heavily promoted by the legacy media. Almost reminiscent of the way that Obama and Macron were launched -- from nobody to household word in a very brief period.
Bob's multibillionaire father-in-law seems to wield a lot of influence, but gets little media coverage.

Blogger Rick December 16, 2018 9:07 AM  

I think it’s adorable that the Dems are planning for their future so far out like that. Like little kids playing house. Like the Clintons unaware their on their farewell tour. As if everything will just continue on as it was. One year after the next. The ground will be there under their feet again tomorrow when they get up.
I think they are going the way of that neo-con mag, what was the name of it again?

Blogger Silly but True December 16, 2018 9:21 AM  

Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
https://www.tabletmag.com/jewish-news-and-politics/276694/is-the-womens-march-melting-down

Blogger Welsh Woodsman December 16, 2018 9:37 AM  

Slippin Jimmy ... thanks for the laugh. Please humor us some more.
I’m wondering if George will be running before... or after ... he comes out of the closet.

Blogger The Deuce December 16, 2018 9:40 AM  

I doubt there will be enough white people left in the Democrat party to nominate Beto in six years.

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 16, 2018 10:00 AM  

What Democrats want above all things is a good looking candidate who is a blank slate.

They don't want anyone with a real track record.

Their positions are so self-contradictory at this point, it's impossible for them to NOT bite their own tales.

Harris is so incomprehensible, it nearly amounts to the same thing.

Blogger kmbr December 16, 2018 10:11 AM  

Unless something changes, I don't know if Trump will win in 2020. Not that the Dems that carried him over the finish line will vote for a Harris, I just think they won't vote at all.

No wall, no end in sight to the healthcare misery, food prices rising AGAIN, every week there is a story that it's a banner year for illegal immigration and most of all the Derp State is still very much in tact and running the show.

Blogger kmbr December 16, 2018 10:13 AM  

Forgot to add the part about the rampant election stealing and nothing being done about it.

Blogger Michael Maier December 16, 2018 10:14 AM  

First Presidential candidate with a leaked sex tape?

Blogger James Dixon December 16, 2018 10:15 AM  

> Kamala got into politics on her back, as the toad-like Willie Brown's mistress, and they attended sex orgies together.

CDAN says there are videos of same. The release of those would have interesting effects. The MSM would never do so, but they don't have the control the once did.

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 16, 2018 10:16 AM  

The Democrats desperately want to run "a woman of color" for President, but they know perfectly well that doing so would be electoral suicide. So, they'll run her in 2020, when they know no one is going to beat an ascendant Donald Trump

The thing is their ground troops are absolutely convinced they are going to win in a landslide blow out.

They are wrong of course.

In the past 100 years only three incumbent presidents, (who stood for reelection) have lost.

All three had coalitions that collapsed behind them.

Hoover lost because the Lincoln coalition (which had been shaky for a while), fell due the start of the Depression. I would argue that the Depression itself was not the prime reason he was turned out of office.

In Carter's case the New Deal Coalition fell apart about the time he was seeking reelection.

Papa Bush famously split the Reagan Coalition. Clinton didn't beat him, Ross Perrot did.

Trump's attack on GM and the positive response it got from autoworkers shows that he is keeping the home fires burning.

It will be hard work but the smart money is on Trump.

Blogger James Dixon December 16, 2018 10:17 AM  

> Not that the Dems that carried him over the finish line will vote for a Harris, I just think they won't vote at all.

Then he'll win. They have to vote for the Dem's for them to have any chance.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey December 16, 2018 10:25 AM  


Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
https://www.tabletmag.com/jewish-news-and-politics/276694/is-the-womens-march-melting-down


Sounds like the root cause of the problem was a toxic combination of racism and Islamophobia -- exacerbated by Jew fragility.

Sad!

They need to check their privilege if they want to be accepted as allies to WOCs (Womyn of Color) in the current year.

Blogger kmbr December 16, 2018 10:31 AM  

**They have to vote for the Dem's for them to have any chance**

That depends how many votes they manufacture and how many POC are voting to replace.

I put it at 60/40 Trump today. Everyday nothing changes, a few more people check back out.

Blogger kmbr December 16, 2018 10:34 AM  

Add to that the complete censorship on social media. Social media was instrumental in getting the messages out in 2016.

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 16, 2018 10:34 AM  

@21

Sidenote: Ford doesn't count.

He wasn't running for reelection. He had never stood for the office in the first place. He never even ran as a Vice-President. He wasn't an A-list politician.

A good man but a complete charisma vacuum.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd December 16, 2018 10:56 AM  

James Dixon wrote:Then he'll win. They have to vote for the Dem's for them to have any chance.

The Hillary-voting Whites will turn out for the camel. Need the Reagan/Trump Dems to counter.

If Trump spends the next two years defying Congress, building The Wall and deporting them all, the Trumpslide is on. If he goes back to the appearance of feebleness that marked his first two years, even Camela Hairless can't save him.

Trump talked action, and the Normies expected action.

Blogger Korppi on oikeus December 16, 2018 11:13 AM  

OT: now there's going to be a movie about Brexit. Not hard to guess, which side its narrative is going to root for.

Blogger Avalanche December 16, 2018 11:15 AM  

@1 "The West has reached Peak Black Guilt Sympathy with Obama (cop shootings, ClockBoy, Polar Bear Hunting, smashngrabs, knockoutgame, Kapernick etc etc)."

Oh I WISH! Most (White) people don't even KNOW about black-on-white assaults and beatings and torture and rape and murder! The few that make the news are "one-offs" -- and oh hell, even *I* believed that when I was stalked, harassed, and forcibly kissed by a black PoS (when I was naive 15-yr-old; and too "polite" to ask anyone on the streets to help me or stop him or get him away from me! Young, innocent, nice girl -- like girls were SUPPOSED to be in a White society....).

I did not, at that time, attribute it to 'typical black pimp trying to pick up a first-time-in-the-big-city White girl." (I came in to meet my sister for lunch. I really fully believed that HE was a bad man, but it had no connection whatsoever to his race! MOST Whites with little exposure to blacks think that way...

My Southern husband asked: "what the hell is WRONG with you Northerners that you know know what they're like?" I answered: "There were TWO blacks in my high school -- and they acted White. I really believed there was no difference except skin color... till I got into the Navy and met 'regular' blacks!"

So, the awakened Whites have reach (or far-passed) "peak" acceptance or disregard for TNB; but we're still too few and too far apart!

Blogger Crew December 16, 2018 11:56 AM  

The best strategy with Harris would be to let her win the Democratic Primaries and then drop the tapes in September or October of 2020.

I am sure Trump has them.

Blogger Ryan G December 16, 2018 11:58 AM  

@29 " I really believed there was no difference except skin color... till I got into the Navy and met 'regular' blacks!"

Yup. That sounds about right. I got my awakening in boot camp.

Some black dude left his canteen behind at the mess hall. I discretely picked it up and gave it back to him (losing gear is a big no-no). Even though we were at a point where we could speak freely with each other, the man just took his canteen without so much as grateful nod. I guess I must have made a hurt or confused face because another recruit (Northern, high IQ black) asked me what happened. I told him the story and he responded with simply, "Niggers are ungrateful".

It's a lesson that's stuck with me since then.

Blogger Slippin JImmy December 16, 2018 12:16 PM  

IF Clooney's in the closet and wants to remain so, do you really thing the media will out him if he's the Democrat nominee? Those dogs won't hunt. Everything he's done the past few years points to him clearing the deck for a run - getting married, having kids, selling off his tequila business for big bucks.

Blogger braq December 16, 2018 1:03 PM  

#21> Papa Bush famously split the Reagan Coalition. Clinton didn't beat him, Ross Perrot did.

I fear the neocons and #NeverTrumpers will try to gin up some famous general to run as a 3rd party candidate against Trump, thus splitting the vote enough to hand the victory to whichever traitor wins the Democrat primary.

Blogger marco moltisanti December 16, 2018 1:14 PM  

"in 2020, when they know no one is going to beat an ascendant Donald Trump"

Hope you and the rest of the dissident right are more correct about this then you were about the midterms.

Blogger Ingot9455 December 16, 2018 1:21 PM  

Clooney was badly injured on the set of Syriana in 2004.
https://www.sbs.com.au/movies/article/2018/04/07/how-syriana-almost-killed-george-clooney
He's been on pain meds since then. He's definitely connected, but if you look at his movies since then, they're a little quieter on the action. I don't think he can make it through a God-Emperor level 3-4-5 campaign stops a day kind of thing even if he uses Hillary-level drugs.

Blogger Long Live The West December 16, 2018 1:27 PM  

"Hope you and the rest of the dissident right are more correct about this then you were about the midterms."

People were a little too optimistic. That being said, there certainly was no blue wave. Go look up the numbers historically for off season elections and you'll find that we actually didn't do too bad.

2018 was their chance to stick it to Trump. They failed.

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 16, 2018 1:52 PM  

braq wrote:#21> Papa Bush famously split the Reagan Coalition. Clinton didn't beat him, Ross Perrot did.

I fear the neocons and #NeverTrumpers will try to gin up some famous general to run as a 3rd party candidate against Trump, thus splitting the vote enough to hand the victory to whichever traitor wins the Democrat primary.


The NeverTrumpers are going to try, that is a given but frankly I don't see anybody of consequence getting aboard that sinking ship.

In truth there are no famous generals that are up there with Ike. We aren't that kind of a country anymore and Iraq/Afghanistan wasn't conducive to battlefield glory.

Mitt Romney is going to try and get the nomination away from Trump. He's already making the fundraising rounds but the man never really had any backing from the mainstream voters.

Romeny was bitten by the Dream and he can't let it die. He's sort of like Hillary in that regard. And he is just as big of a winner.

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 16, 2018 2:00 PM  

braq wrote:#21> Papa Bush famously split the Reagan Coalition. Clinton didn't beat him, Ross Perrot did.

I fear the neocons and #NeverTrumpers will try to gin up some famous general to run as a 3rd party candidate against Trump, thus splitting the vote enough to hand the victory to whichever traitor wins the Democrat primary.


I missed my own point.

It was Bush himself that split the coalition that elected him.

Rather than embrace the Reagan-Democrat faction, he fell back on GOPe's favored position of Anti-Unionism. Then he raised taxes after basically shooting a commercial for whoever was going to be running against him in 1992, "Read my lips! No, new taxes!"

The Reagan-Democrat vote never went away, it was waiting there on the ground. Waiting for anyone who wanted to pick it up again.

In summary: Trump's base can't be split by the NeverTrumpers and the Neo-cons. It can't be split from the outside. The only guy that can break the Trump coalition is Trump. And he seems to be keenly aware of it.

Blogger Skyler the Weird December 16, 2018 2:08 PM  

Most Yankees save for South Boston never experienced forced busing as kids. The blinders came off in elementary school.

Blogger DonReynolds December 16, 2018 2:09 PM  

All of the presidents, who have mentioned the subject in any way, have consistently said that they were able to accomplish MORE when the opposition party controlled Congress, than when their own party controlled Congress.

Many of the two-term presidents in both parties have had the experience of both situations during their time in the Oval Office.

That makes sense in many ways. We have seen the "Republican" leadership of both houses of Congress directly oppose and even publicly sneer at the President's agenda. All of these inner conflicts between the political gods occur on Mount Olympus, far away from the eyes of mere mortals and there is no reliable media coverage, so we cannot do more than imagine the subtle stare-down that goes on every day over control of the party. It must seem refreshing to resort to quid pro quo exchanges with corrupt and corruptible Democrats for their votes.

Yes, ideological Democrats are like very nervous co-conspirators. They have agreed to enter into a conspiracy against their own constituents but they are so anxious about getting caught and exposed that they may drive off in the getaway car before the robbers exit the bank. The Democrat leadership, being old China hands in Washington, may be reliable for graft and corruption, but what about the younger crowd, or the ideological Bernies, or the identity-driven black and hispanic militants? Not quite like herding cats, but pretty close.

Blogger Ralph Kramden December 16, 2018 2:10 PM  

Something I've noticed for years. Opening a door, letting someone out in traffic or to cross the street as a pedestrian, the acknowledgement/thank you rate from blacks is alarmingly low.

Blogger Hammerli280 December 16, 2018 2:28 PM  

Kamala Herris? The Dems are on illegal recreational pharmaceuticals.

Historically, it's almost impossible to win the Presidency without being a governor. Doubly so if you are running against a governor...or incumbent President. And in 2020, Trump will have four years in office to run on. He won't be the "hope he's not as bad as Hitlary" candidate.

Harris has none of that. She'll run, throwing the race, gender, and looks cards. And Trump will take those cards, wrap them around the yard-long rebar of his first term, and smack her over the head with it.

For the record, my money is on a protracted Dem primary. I would not bet on any outcomes...but were I doing Trump's strategic planning, bet on Andrew Cuomo. I'd rate him the least weak opponent at this time.

Blogger DonReynolds December 16, 2018 2:30 PM  

braq wrote:#21> Papa Bush famously split the Reagan Coalition. Clinton didn't beat him, Ross Perrot did.

I fear the neocons and #NeverTrumpers will try to gin up some famous general to run as a 3rd party candidate against Trump, thus splitting the vote enough to hand the victory to whichever traitor wins the Democrat primary.


The only living general that could fit that bill is Colin Powell, former Secretary of State, whom the Republipukes have tried to draft several times for the Oval Office.....that was before he publicly endorsed Obama TWICE in 2008 and 2012.

Personally, my greater fear is that the Democrats will break their old habits and do exactly that....get Colin Powell to switch parties and run for president. No matter who Powell runs against on the Republican ticket, he is going to seem more experienced and appeal more to the patriots. Independents would support a candidate obviously less partisan than the usual choices.

Powell is going to be keenly aware of the even more famous generals in his own lifetime....Eisenhower and McArthur. The only one that was politically successful was the one who switched parties to run for president. The Republicans refused to support the better general.

If the Democrats run their usual selection, they will lose another hard-fought campaign. Americans are not going to knowingly vote for a Leftist for president.

Blogger Johnny December 16, 2018 2:48 PM  

DonReynolds December 16, 2018 2:09 PM
All of the presidents, who have mentioned the subject in any way, have consistently said that they were able to accomplish MORE when the opposition party controlled Congress, than when their own party controlled Congress.

A common thing is that they pander to the other side, thus pick up votes in the middle. Nixon was a conspicuous example of this. A right wing anti communist who broke the ice with Communist China and expanded the government. And Bush I or II, the theoretical Republicans. Clinton did the same thing to some extent. Wasn't all that liberal in terms of policy.

Maybe that is why Trump doesn't take on the Deep State all that much. He sees himself as picking up votes on the other side. Plus voters are ingrates. Accomplish something, like, say the wall, and it will be off the table for the next election.

Blogger SciVo December 16, 2018 3:09 PM  

Okay, I checked her images and she's at least a solid 3. I must be getting them mixed up. Who's the Congresswoman that looks like Little Richard (in his jowly middle years)?

Blogger marco moltisanti December 16, 2018 3:16 PM  

@36

Definitely not the tidal wave they were predicting. Not even that nice mid-set wave that you can ride all the way into the beach. More like that last one or two waves in the set that you settle for: disappointing, but technically a wave.

Kidding aside, I was really hoping Vox and others were right about the midterms. I'm stuck deep in blue territory where the fake Americans vote according to their interests and the virtue signaling whites fall all over themselves to loudly do the opposite. It's depressing, and I'd hoped there were enough crimethinkers like me out there to keep the dems from taking the house. Anyway, here's hoping you all are right about 2020.

Blogger marco moltisanti December 16, 2018 3:17 PM  

@45

Maxine Waters?

Blogger James Dixon December 16, 2018 4:01 PM  

> The Hillary-voting Whites will turn out for the camel.

With two more years of the Dem's trying their best to screw middle America, I wouldn't count on it.

> I fear the neocons and #NeverTrumpers will try to gin up some famous general to run as a 3rd party candidate against Trump, thus splitting the vote...

Not going to work. The base has seen that trick before. There's no one who will run to the right of Trump, which is what it would take.

> Romeny was bitten by the Dream...

He should just give up and run as a Democrat, but then he's a white male so he has no chance there either.

Blogger Crew December 16, 2018 4:22 PM  

She'll run, throwing the race, gender, and looks cards.

You mean the bitch looks like a black dog?

Not many listen to Led Zep any more!

Blogger Gen. Kong December 16, 2018 4:54 PM  

DonReynolds wrote:

Papa Bush famously split the Reagan Coalition. Clinton didn't beat him, Ross Perrot did.

I fear the neocons and #NeverTrumpers will try to gin up some famous general to run as a 3rd party candidate against Trump, thus splitting the vote enough to hand the victory to whichever traitor wins the Democrat primary.


The only living general that could fit that bill is Colin Powell, former Secretary of State, whom the Republipukes have tried to draft several times for the Oval Office.....that was before he publicly endorsed Obama TWICE in 2008 and 2012.

Personally, my greater fear is that the Democrats will break their old habits and do exactly that....get Colin Powell to switch parties and run for president. No matter who Powell runs against on the Republican ticket, he is going to seem more experienced and appeal more to the patriots. Independents would support a candidate obviously less partisan than the usual choices...

If the Democrats run their usual selection, they will lose another hard-fought campaign. Americans are not going to knowingly vote for a Leftist for president.


Jason Kessler voted for D'Won and it didn't stop his rise to leadership in the Nazi wing of the fake right. Powell could have a similar though less dramatic 'conversion' and spout the civ-nat line a la Trump while working for Bill Kristol, PNAC, et al. or their Donk division. Powell's leftism is less in-your-face than Harris' but the objectives are similar. While you and most here are aware of it, the idiocracy in Kwa-Bananaland haven't a clue about it, his long service to globalism, etc. They just want to "thank him for his service" (to the Bankstein Banana Empire). He could even play up his glorious generalship in the Cakewalk War of 1991 under Poppy Bush. Could be a very effective way to deceptively split off segments of Trump's base, especially if there's no wall, more gun control and continued imperial adventures in the Graveyard of Empires, Syria, etc. If Trump pulls a Trump and flips the tables by actually keeping his promises, the D-jerseys will likely try something more like Harris or even the Occasional Cortex - as the 2020 edition of the John Kerry sacrifice. Another angle for the deep-state to employ against a weakened Trump would be to have a new Ross Perot style figure - like Bloomberg, Zuckerberg or even Musk - run as an independent who is concerned about the economy.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd December 16, 2018 5:49 PM  

Hammerli280 wrote:Harris has none of that. She'll run, throwing the race, gender, and looks cards. And Trump will take those cards, wrap them around the yard-long rebar of his first term, and smack her over the head with it.

Looks? She'd better not play that card. Trannie Trump would look younger, hotter and tighter than Camels Hairball. Race and vagina are all she has going for her, and if the trannie acceptance movement gains a little more momentum, ``muh 'gina'' isn't going to do as much for her as it did for Hillary.

Blogger Lovekraft December 16, 2018 6:13 PM  

I'm not so sure, even if the Trump ascendancy was a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence, that the left will ever really regain their position as protectors of the weak, standing up for teh wahmen, environmentalism etc.

We may see a period of stark opposites: the tough and sensible nationalist versus the globalist greasing all the right palms. Another decade or so and we may actually see constructive debates that find common ground among the currently-warring factions.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd December 16, 2018 6:33 PM  

Lovekraft wrote:Another decade or so and we may actually see constructive debates that find common ground among the currently-warring factions.

How can there be common ground between Good and Evil?

Blogger Al Du Clur December 16, 2018 6:43 PM  

Unless Trump undergoes a personality transplant and decides to become more than a fierce sounding Jeb Bush, Trump is not going to be a strong candidate in 2020. The browning and feminization of America will make it hard to win some of the swing states and Florida no matter what Trump accomplishes. Not even trying to deliver on core campaign promises will make his defeat a foregone conclusion. Cernovich is tweeting that he finds Trump voters to be turning away from Trump. I can believe it.

Blogger Unknown December 16, 2018 6:50 PM  

Colin Powell was born April 5th 1937, He'll be too old to run in 2020 at 83!

Blogger Ominous Cowherd December 16, 2018 6:55 PM  

Unknown wrote:Colin Powell was born April 5th 1937, He'll be too old to run in 2020 at 83!

He looks a lot younger and healthier than the corpse of Hillary, and that's still considered prime meat, over there on the Zombie Left.

Blogger Christopher B December 16, 2018 7:09 PM  

Harris would have no problem winning Iowa or New Hampshire. Obama won Iowa and tied NH in 2008. Harris's problems, like Obama's in 2008, will come in states like Ohio with significant but not majority non-white blocks. Hillary ran better in those states but she never tried to capitalize on the white-flight from Obama.

Blogger Dangeresque December 16, 2018 7:27 PM  

Didn't CDAN run a piece about there being kompromat on her already?

I say... It's her turn!

Blogger Haxo Angmark December 16, 2018 7:36 PM  

VD - "Jewish influence in the democrat pty is fading..."

no, it's more a matter of the Universalist, hardLeft tikkun olas replacing the Zionist warmongers...who are concentrating in the Republiscam pty. The Dem pty, like the Republiscams, remains firmly under Jewish control.

in fact, Kamala H's husband is a well-connected Jew lawyer.

Harris (who can appear Black to a Black audience and White to a White) will defeat a fading Trump (if he's the nominee at all) by 5 to 10 points in the popular vote and - if she's smart enough to bring in Beto as VP - will flip Texas blue, carry Florida easily, and win the in EC by c. 400 votes.

Blogger Rex Little December 16, 2018 7:42 PM  

You guys really think Trump can win again? I know Vox was right when nearly everyone else was wrong last time, but I sure don't see it in 2020.

First of all, Trump Derangement Syndrome isn't going away. Every leftist will make damn sure they vote, and that all their friends do (even the imaginary ones). The ones whose job it is to manufacture votes will work double shifts.

Meanwhile, a great many Trump supporters are deeply disappointed in him. Doesn't mean they'll vote Democrat, but I expect a lot of them to fade into the woodwork on Election Day. Perhaps a Harris candidacy will scare some of them back to the polls, but Biden certainly won't.

What might save Trump is if he gets the Wall built late in 2020--in time to revive the enthusiasm of his supporters, but before they come to realize that it's just a boondoggle for his friends in the construction industry.

Blogger SciVo December 16, 2018 8:33 PM  

marco moltisanti wrote:@45

Maxine Waters?


Yikes! If that's who I was thinking of, I need to apologize to Little Richard.

Blogger Doktor Jeep December 16, 2018 9:37 PM  

There must be a way to further goad the democrats into anti-white identity politics. There is never going to be a "white vote" coming from the cuckservatives and sellout party. But the left may deliver exactly that just by allowing themselves to be themselves.
That's why the little bug-eyed socialist chihuahua, Occasional Cortex, is identity politics gold. I wanted her to become speaker. So did a lot of the little upstarts, who learned the hard way that the democrats are run by an old guard just like the republicans.

Blogger Ingot9455 December 16, 2018 9:48 PM  

We are going to have to put a lot of people in jail for voter fraud to tamp that down for the next election, that's for certain.

Blogger DonReynolds December 16, 2018 10:04 PM  

Doktor Jeep wrote:There must be a way to further goad the democrats into anti-white identity politics. There is never going to be a "white vote" coming from the cuckservatives and sellout party. But the left may deliver exactly that just by allowing themselves to be themselves.

That's why the little bug-eyed socialist chihuahua, Occasional Cortex, is identity politics gold. I wanted her to become speaker. So did a lot of the little upstarts, who learned the hard way that the democrats are run by an old guard just like the republicans.


It is hard for ego-centric politicians to accept the nasty fact of American voting patterns...People do not often vote FOR anybody in this country, the vote AGAINST the other sorry rascal. If pressed to explain the campaign promises or party policies that moved them to their choice, very few could actually do that. You would do much better to ask them what they hated about the opponent.

Donald Trump has never run for public office before 2016 and it would be difficult to use his life history and public statements to predict how he would govern as president. I would dare say that a good bit of the Trump vote was actually an anti-Hillary vote, and if the Democrats had run their favorite mule instead, Donald may not have won.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd December 16, 2018 10:09 PM  

Ingot9455 wrote:We are going to have to put a lot of people in jail for voter fraud to tamp that down for the next election, that's for certain.

The last q&a with Q suggested that they don't plan to do anything about the fraud in 2018. That's going to discourage turnout on the Right, and encourage fraud on the Left.

Trump has two years left, and he could still pull off another Trumpslide. He'll have to pick up his pace to make it happen.

Donald, we didn't elect you for the economy, and we didn't elect you to end the Korean War. We elected you to build us a Big, Beautiful Wall and end the influx of illegals and refugees. We elected you to deport the DACA nightmares and the rest of the illegals. Donald, build the wall and deport them all, and you'll be a shoe-in for 2020.

Blogger Audacious Epigone December 16, 2018 10:12 PM  

If there are sex tapes and they come out it won't hurt her much if at all.

"Even someone who has worked as tirelessly and fought as hard as I have felt the overwhelming pressure to debase myself to shatter the glass ceiling. Now that I've done it, I can help millions of women all across America do the same. The women of America will finally have an ally in the White House--and the Kavanaughs of the world will finally have an enemy!"

Blogger FP December 16, 2018 10:27 PM  

Some of you think the Dems aren't going to go absolute bitch cakes next month when they take control of the House and thus alienate people even further.

Blogger Audacious Epigone December 16, 2018 10:41 PM  

A governor or former governor hasn't won the presidency since 2004. "Executive experience" isn't a phrase that comes up much anymore. Internet searches for it in fact peaked in September of 2008. Another sign of decline, probably, but it's nothing close to a necessity.

Blogger pyrrhus December 16, 2018 10:56 PM  

I think Trump can beat Harris IF the DOJ gets active against vote fraud, and Trump doesn't do anything further to alienate his voters, like issue the odious and unConstitutional "bump stock" seizure. But frankly, I think he would have greater difficulty against a male candidate, pick one.

Blogger wahr01 December 17, 2018 1:20 AM  

I don't see this as a "sacrificial lamb", but as a killing lunge by the DSA/progressive caucus.

First off, Kamala is a machine politician who presents a bland figure to the public while perpetrating utter insanity behind the scenes in the exact same way Obama did.


Second, there are 2 factors which have changed since 2016:

1 - Despite Trump's considerable progress toward his promises, he has provided no VISIBLE signs of fight on either the rampant and very public politicization of the DOJ or border security. The Rust Belt Reaganites supported him because he presented as a fighter, but his bending over on these plain-as-day problems has caused them to go back to sleep.

2 - Democrats have completely normalized mass voter fraud via "Ballot Harvesting", with the conspicuous CONSENT of the national GOP.

They wanted this election to be a catastrophic repudiation of the Trump Agenda because he was dismantling the Donor Class's wealth exfiltration pipelines. When that didn't happen, they dropped all pretense and just kept on delivering ballots for weeks after election day.

It's very clear, to me at least, that they intend to present a bland candidate who can make a completely fraudulent election look believable, then ram through the remainder of the International Socialist SJW Agenda, the people be d*mned..

They found out just how much they could get away with when erecting the EU and now, having successfully imported "antifa" to our shores without them being shot by patriots, they bring it all to the USA.

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Blogger Dirk Manly December 17, 2018 5:12 AM  

@60

"
What might save Trump is if he gets the Wall built late in 2020--in time to revive the enthusiasm of his supporters, but before they come to realize that it's just a boondoggle for his friends in the construction industry. "

Nobody cares if it is a boondoggle for AMERICAN builders -- at least the money will stay in the states, rather than going overseas.

Blogger Dirk Manly December 17, 2018 5:20 AM  

@69

"I think Trump can beat Harris IF the DOJ gets active against vote fraud,"

Federal Elections are now under Homeland Security, and he just replaced the head of that agency for not accomplishing enough. What ever that's good for.

Blogger Garuna December 17, 2018 5:35 AM  

before they come to realize that it's just a boondoggle for his friends in the construction industry.

Nice concern trolling, fellow Trump supporter.

Blogger Garuna December 17, 2018 5:45 AM  

Trump's chances depend entirely on his performance in the next two years.

It's encouraging that even though Republicucks failed to deliver on either the Wall or the Obamacare repeal. Even though 40 of them cucked out and retired, thus ruining the incumbent advantage in several races and causing the GOP to have to spread themselves thinner fighting more battles than necessary. Even though the Democrats pulled every dirty trick in the book, including social media censorship and stealing seats after the election. STILL the Democrats only won a narrow majority the House and actually lost seats in the Senate.

It means that if Trump simply delivers on some of the more important issues, he should easily win. Wall, North Korea, Infrastructure, among other things would lead to a Trump win. But again, he actually has to deliver on them.

Blogger Garuna December 17, 2018 5:49 AM  

ALSO I think Trump has to somehow regain the upper hand in the healthcare debate. It's been the #1 issue for voters of most of the elections in the past decade. It buoyed Republicans to victories during the Obama era. And it helped Democrats in 2018 after the likes of Paul Ryan and John McCain fucked everything up in the Repeal & Replace process.

Immigration, Trade/Jobs, and Healthcare are the winning trio.

Blogger Skyler the Weird December 17, 2018 8:10 AM  

It's interesting how vote harvesting is voter fraud only when it's being done by a Republican in North Carolina.

Blogger Dirk Manly December 17, 2018 8:13 AM  

49 states have laws against it.

It used to be 50 states had laws against it, but California, now being a single party state, has decided that it's no longer a crime to go door to door telling idiots and the too-easily manipulated elderly, "here's your ballot... and ... here, let me help you mark your ballot so it gets counted."

Blogger Ominous Cowherd December 17, 2018 8:20 AM  

Garuna wrote:ALSO I think Trump has to somehow regain the upper hand in the healthcare debate.

The recent ruling that the 0bammy Care Act is unconstitutional gives him new scope to work there. He has a chance to regain the upper hand. The cool thing is that this is obvious fallout from repealing the penalty-miscalled-a-tax, so it may be something Trump anticipated, fooled the GOP into doing, and has a plan to exploit.

I see two things left to do: scalia Ginsberg and replace it with someone on the Right, and get the 9th Circus to issue a contradictory ruling so it goes to the Supremes.

Why hurry Ginsberg along? Because the Left couldn't wait for Scalia to kick the bucket.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd December 17, 2018 8:31 AM  

Dirk Manly wrote:49 states have laws against it.

It used to be 50 states had laws against it, but California, now being a single party state, has decided that it's no longer a crime to go door to door telling idiots and the too-easily manipulated elderly, "here's your ballot... and ... here, let me help you mark your ballot so it gets counted."


This is why we need secession. Or, Trump could go after the California legislature the way Lincoln went after the Maryland legislature. Normies are less impressed by Trump because normies see a whole lot of business as usual, and little of the bold action they wanted. Decisively shutting down vote fraud would make Trump look very, very good to the normies.

Blogger Iron Spartan December 17, 2018 10:03 AM  

I agree that who ever gets put up for 2020 is going to be a sacrifice candidate. I think whoever the nominee will be is not on the radar as of yet.

Harris I think will run hard in '24, against Beto. The good news is we will get to see a race fight inside the DNC when that happens.

Blogger Mr Darcy December 17, 2018 10:58 AM  

If the country is to have some kind of civil war and break apart circa 2030-32, then Trump will have to lose to Beto/Harris or some such pairing. Anyway, a *truly* far-left "progressive" administration. That would take the country from 2021 to 2029. And that should do it.

Blogger wahr01 December 17, 2018 11:13 AM  

@78

"49 states have laws against it."

And yet it still happened across the nation, with the most visible being in Arizona, primarily because Trump allowed rampant criminality to continue in other areas, such as ANTIFA camping out on people's lawns and violently stalking political targets like the KKK

Maricopa county was Joe Arpaio's county.
A county like that doesn't elect an SJW like "enema" without blatant theft, and we saw the same 'ballot harvesting' patterns we saw in Orange County.

Blogger Rex Little December 17, 2018 11:43 AM  

@74

Nice concern trolling, fellow Trump supporter.

It's not concern trolling, though I can see where it might appear that way. Let me explain.

I prefer Trump to anyone either major party has run since Goldwater, but I've never believed he was serious about cutting down on immigration. Why should he be? His businesses profit from cheap labor as much as anyone's. I think he just saw an issue he could make hay with. OK, fine; it's not like anyone else was any better.

As for the wall, I think that if built it would be to border security what TSA is to airport security. Without vigorous enforcement of the laws we already have, a wall is next to useless; with enforcement, a wall is unnecessary.

Blogger Damelon Brinn December 17, 2018 12:20 PM  

The Wall is important for multiple reasons, not least of which is the fact that it was campaign promise #1, and failing to keep campaign promises makes it harder to get reelected. Everyone who's Very Concerned about Trump's reelection should be rooting for the Wall for that reason alone, even if they can't grasp how putting a physical barrier between points A and B makes it easier to keep humans from moving from A to B.

The fact that other efforts need to come along with the Wall doesn't change any of that.

Blogger Rex Little December 17, 2018 12:23 PM  

@83

Maricopa county was Joe Arpaio's county.
A county like that doesn't elect an SJW like "enema" without blatant theft


The operative word is was; it's not anymore. I live there, and nearly everyone I've talked to detests Arpaio--even the Trump supporters. Arpaio ran in the Republican primary for the Senate seat, and didn't come close.

I think what killed McSally (Sinema's opponent) was her vote for cuts in Social Security and Medicare; Sinema's TV ads hammered on that. There are a lot of seniors here. What almost lost it for Sinema was the Green Party, which got more votes than the difference between Sinema and McSally.

Blogger wahr01 December 17, 2018 1:11 PM  

@86

"he operative word is was; it's not anymore"

So we've established you're a liar. Counties like Maricopa don't swing 30 points in 4 years. Even Obama's MASSIVE inflation of the DC apparatus and its suburbs couldn't swing Virginia that much over 8 full years.

Time for you to go.
Now.

Blogger James Dixon December 17, 2018 3:57 PM  

> Meanwhile, a great many Trump supporters are deeply disappointed in him.

No, they're not. His approval ratings keep going up.

> I would dare say that a good bit of the Trump vote was actually an anti-Hillary vote

Agreed. She was a terrible candidate.

Blogger Dirk Manly December 17, 2018 6:39 PM  

@62

"There must be a way to further goad the democrats into anti-white identity politics. There is never going to be a "white vote" coming from the cuckservatives and sellout party. But the left may deliver exactly that just by allowing themselves to be themselves. "

Sereptitous leafletting of public schools in the suburbs, at night, with "It's OK to be White"

It's utterly inoffensive, but drives the Democrats absolutely out of their minds, and brings all the insanity and hatred of whites right to the surface.

If you can't get the cucks to vote for something, you might at least trigger the enemy into being something so angry and scary that the cucks would, at the very least, stay home rather than vote for Democrats....and if we're lucky, some might actually vote R to keep D's from winning elections.

There's other things that could be done, too, although more difficult.

The most difficult, but I think most effective, would be organizing some flash-mob of enemy-owned SWPL stores. Like Target.

The old saying "A Conservative is a Liberal who got mugged." is both true AND good advice.

Although we don't need conservatives, we need reactionaries.... but Conservative is good enough if it gets them to switch from voting D to voting R.

Blogger Vlad Z. December 17, 2018 11:09 PM  

Historically, it's almost impossible to win the Presidency without being a governor.

Untrue. Look at most Presidents since Ww2 - this list - not Governors

Truman.
Eisenhower
Kennedy.
LBJ.
Nixon.
Bush 1.
Obama
Trump.

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