The Conservative Case for Trump: A Final Appeal

Well it’s come down to the wire. You were probably hoping to pull the lever for Jeb Bush right about now. Some of you are writing in John McCain to signal your piety towards the 2000-2008 Republican party line.

But that ship has sailed. You have to make a decision. For all your talk of love for country and party, you have to decide whether you want to throw your miniscule weight as a private citizen and voter behind the rightful Republican nominee, Donald J. Trump, or the long-reviled Democrat, Mrs. Bill Clinton. You have decide what you will tell your wife’s son when you look into his eyes.

I know you don’t like Trump. You think he’s not a real conservative. You think he’s a racist. Some of you think he’s actually a Democrat running a long con.

First of all, you’re right that he is not a trve conservative. But I’ve got news for you—who, by the way, are “conservatives” of a classical liberal revolution (1776) and therefore the “real” liberals. You lost. That’s right. You lost. Done. Finito. You ran like a dozen palette swaps of the same person against Trump because you couldn’t agree on which milquetoast asskisser and backbiter you wanted at the helm of the state for the next four years. Meanwhile, the standardbearer of the hyperconservative Tea Party faction, Ted Cruz, has already bent the knee for Trump and endorsed him. You also ceded irreparable ground on cultural issues and race relations. Since 1965, the left in this country has aggressively campaigned to normalize the idea of mass non-white immigration to the United States. Because these people are more likely to vote for “big government,” their transplantation and harvesting has flipped your saintly Ronald Reagan’s home state of California, and the Confederate capital state and founding colony of Virginia to blue. Demographics also threaten to make Arizona, Georgia, and even Texas into swing states. Is there a Republican path to victory without Texas? Do you want to find out? So by the way, you should be for the immigration ban on countries whose immigrant populations produce Democrats. I mean, unless you’re an idiot.

Trump is not conservative on every issue. But he is offering you a lot. He has repeatedly vowed to appoint Supreme Court justices who would be like the late Antonin Scalia, a Constitutional originalist. That means pretending it’s the 1780s when you take out your pocket edition. I don’t know that you can get more conservative than that in American context. Scalia’s the guy liberals cheered the death of. You remember him don’t you? Your enemies celebrated his death as if they’d killed your commander in the field of battle and routed your army. Don’t you want to hit back?  Do you really want (((Merrick Garland))) to be the fourth Jewish and ninth non-WASP judge on the Supreme Court? Is that what representation looks like? Remember, there are people on the court right now who were appointed several terms ago. There could be as many as three seats reassigned over the next eight years. Who do you want in charge of that? A Democrat, or a Republican? And before you wander off about how an unelected court shouldn’t have the power to change the laws of the country, it does, and you aren’t taking that away from it any time soon. So again, who do you want putting people on the unelected court?

Trump is also fairly conservative on the Second Amendment, abortion, taxes, and other things you claim to care about. And he loves Israel so much he’s given two of his own children away in marriage to the tribe. This man may have grandchildren fighting in the IDF someday and he’s not a real conservative?

So what’s the problem? Oh right. You don’t like the means to the end. You don’t like the nouveau riche New York billionaire with a taste for Slavic supermodels, gilded Midas towers, and casinos; an aggressive attitude towards foreigners who are here illegally; and a foul mouth when it comes to women. You don’t like him for the same reason the GOP voter base likes him. He’s “politically incorrect.”

Well let me tell you something about political correctness. The same people advocating for it and viciously castigating Trump in the media for saying “mean things” are almost uniformly Hillary donors and voters. Why are you letting them set the parameters of political discourse? They hate you. They’d have called any Republican nominee Hitler and you are choosing to buy that all of a sudden because Trump has said lewd things and thinks we should deport people who have violated the laws of our nation? You won’t vote for Trump because he’s a “racist”? Apparently you haven’t been to college since the 1980s, my dear Reaganites, or you’d know that all White males are racist and that the GOP and the entire United States are “institutionally racist.”

So the ball is in your court. You have to vote for the racist, sexist bigot because no matter who wins the Republican nomination, if he’s a White male, especially a conservative one, he’s all of those things. Remember Mitt Romney’s “binders of women” sexist remarks? Guess what Obama was being sent lists of according to the Podesta email leaks? Women and minorities he could appoint to White House positions. But Obama isn’t “racist” or “sexist” now is he?

If you buy the whole paradigm about political correctness and anti-racism as being the highest civic virtues (as the left does in this country), you can’t vote for anyone the GOP runs in good faith. Even Ben Carson is probably a “racist.” I mean, mostly White people voted for him right?

So let’s make this simple. The ends are a conservative Supreme Court, some conservative policies, and a smashing victory in the culture wars. You want that. You need that. The means are a man you personally dislike, Donald J.Trump, the last American. You don’t want him, but you need him. The alternative is a liberal Supreme Court, fewer conservative policies, and a mandate to continue the culture war against your constituency of predominately Christian White Americans. Is that the end you want? Or is there something you need to do in order to stop it?

You are the power brokers in this election. There is a reason so much press gets devoted simultaneously to every last #NeverTrump soundbyte from your side, and to blasting your entire conservative base as deplorable un-Americans. They want you to stay home and elect Hillary Clinton.

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32 Responses to The Conservative Case for Trump: A Final Appeal

  1. Steel T Post says:

    When you’re speaking to the Religious Right, one must always keep in mind that the most important thing in the world to them is their afterlife status-whoring for a slot in that great Jewish capital city in the clouds. (Revelation 21:2) What can you expect from traitors who consider distant foreign soil as “Holy Land?”

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    • Michael Adkins says:

      The Abrahamic religions hope to continue controlling our genetics (in fact that is their greatest strength at this time). We must to deny them the opportunity!

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    • Bar Tar says:

      The Christians were pretty badass for a very long time, until they became dirty fucking imitation progs.

      Now they’re just christcucks trying to out-holy the progs in the progs’ own casino, and the house always wins.

      My point is: don’t blame Christianity, for Christianity is dead, eaten alive by Progressivism, and Progressivism is wearing its skin.

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  2. Nope. I’m conservative and I will vote for Clinton because we must save this nation from Trump.

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    • Ah yes, your “proposition nation” of genderqueer communist mamluks.

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      • Your ignorance and stupidity is undistilled, chalk up a vote for Trump.

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      • Keep supporting mass migration from the third world and cultural liberalism and see where it gets you.

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      • I have no idea what the hell you’re even talking about.

        I’m talking about saving the greatest nation this world has known from the America-hating bigot that is Donald Trump.

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      • Does your concept of nation have an ethnic component or not?

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      • No, I couldn’t care less about the ethnicity of the nation. Diversity is part of what made America great in the first place.

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      • The United States was almost 90% European as recently as 1960. What makes you think ethnic composition doesn’t matter if all politics now revolves around attracting voters based on racial or ethnic identity issues? What do you think that will result in when we no longer have a majority after 2040? Nearly every country in the world is based on ethnic majorities and the happiest and most stable are generally the most homogenous, e.g. Denmark. The more diverse tend to be unhappy and unstable, e.g. Iraq, Syria, various African countries with multiple ethnic groups, etc.

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      • Um, it doesn’t revolve around that. The only reason it does this year is because of Donald Trump giving Hispanics a reason to hate him.

        No, ethnic composition doesn’t matter unless you’re a racist.

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      • I don’t see how it doesn’t matter. You keep asserting it doesn’t but it has very clear policy consequences that different tribes prefer different sorts of societies and when allowed to put it to a vote are at odds with one another. http://thealternativehypothesis.org/index.php/2016/04/15/253/

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      • They vote for who treats them better. Blacks act in unity because of the Republican Party’s mistakes in 1964. Blacks used to vote Republican, always. Hispanics are heading the same way because the Republican Party continues to offend, and Asians have gone that way too for the same reasons.

        This is a self-fulfilling prophecy. You treat them like dirt, and then you say, “Well, they vote against us no matter what, we need to be more ethnically homogenous.” while steadfastly ignoring the fact that you are the problem.

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      • Is forced racial integration and scrapping of eurocentric immigration laws (see 1965’s Hart-Celler Act) conservative now? There wouldn’t even be mestizo and Asian voter blocs if not for the legal revolution of the civil rights era. Also blacks are not the only people to have switched parties; southern Whites switched from Democrat to Republican and now form that party’s base.

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      • Integration isn’t a conservative or liberal idea, it’s a common sense idea.

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      • Common sense = norms from 1965 onward? What about the other 300 years?

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      • A sad chapter in American history.

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      • If all American history prior to the leftist takeover is “a sad chapter,” you want to conserve…. what exactly?

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      • Limited government, lower taxes, fiscal responsibility.

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      • All things opposed by the majority of POC, who also make up the majority of immigrants, and immigrants have been responsible for the majority of population growth over the last 50 years. Do you see where this is going yet or nah?

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      • No, I don’t. Those are actually things that people of color can and will support, but people like you give off the feeling that their support isn’t wanted, so they choose to support the Democrats instead because the Democrats make them feel wanted. It’s like the 2014 GOP autopsy, if Hispanics don’t feel like the party wants them, they won’t listen to anything it has to say.

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      • I am not responsible for these people deciding they want to raise taxes on producers. You are denying their agency.

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      • AnAnon says:

        “Hispanics are heading the same way because” – Because they demanded their own separate racial classification in the 60s-70s, which they got. They were never “mistreated”, or they simply wouldn’t be here.

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    • AnAnon says:

      So when you say nation, which one are you referring to? Mexico? the Islamic State?

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    • Steel T Post says:

      So many cuckservatives are simply stupid and ignoble. But we’ve known that those who humiliate themselves to beg their Jewish Masters (Matthew 15:27) to somehow “save” them have always been stupid and ignoble. Bible says so.

      “For consider your calling, brethren, that there were not many wise according to the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble.” (1 Corinthians 1:26)

      Your alien middle-eastern mystical cult has always been a “Low Lifes Matter!” movement, and it surely shows today.

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      • I find it odd that you use that vile term when you’re the one bowing down and humiliating yourself by supporting Donald Trump.

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      • Steel T Post says:

        I thought that we were simply having an election in a republic, but then I noticed that cunt hair stuck between your teeth, and now I understand your viewpoint that you’re attempting to project upon me. Enjoying the feel of that “I’m With Her” souvenir?

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    • Well sh*thawk, you support policies that hurt working class Americans, particularly white and black historic America, and increasing the odds of more war in the Middle East. You are voting for arguably the worst candidate in US history for president and a criminal. Also Bill Clinton’s wife is a feminist pig. So you can go to hell, scum.

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      • No, I don’t. That would be Donald Trump who supports policies that hurt working class Americans. I’m also not voting for the worst candidate in US history. Again, that would be Donald Trump.

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  3. Michael Adkins says:

    Would you oppose European working class women having a defense against African rapists (our sisters are raped 36,000 times each year by such)?

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