Donald Trump’s Victory: The Implications

The last three weeks have shown us that the American people made the right choice in this election. Cities have been swarmed with thousands of protestors, who shut down traffic and clashed with the police. There is even an online petition to ask the electoral college not to vote for Trump. Undermining our electoral process is certainly a wonderful example to set. The riots and this foolish petition reveal the character of the people who were vying for power in this election, and thankfully were unsuccessful. The violence that has been committed will only make Americans move further away from the left.

The people who rioted are indeed a representation of the left. This is because there has not been any condemnation of these acts on the part of prominent Democrats, especially by Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. “I suspect that there’s not a president in our history that hasn’t been subject to these protests,” said Obama. “So, I would not advise people who feel strongly or who are concerned about some of the issues that have been raised during the course of the campaign, I wouldn’t advise them to be silent.” He did not have a word of condemnation for those who started the riots, and instead gave them legitimacy as people who “feel strongly” about the issues. These people are not protestors, but rather they are thugs, rabble-rousers and vandals who are disrupting domestic tranquility. Given what we have learned from Project Veritas’ videos, the rioters are likely to be funded and organized by democratic operatives.

Hillary Clinton herself publicly attacked Donald Trump for not being clear about whether he would accept the results of the election. Clinton said “it is a direct threat to our democracy.” Are these riots not a threat to our democracy? If disputing the election results is a threat to our democracy, why did she then join in the recount process initiated by Green Party candidate Jill Stein? Funnily enough, the potential recounts would be in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, states which Trump won. Clinton is looking like even more of a hypocrite now, which I did not think was possible. I think this action on her part shows just how shell shocked the left is at her defeat. The Democratic Party used all of its capital trying to get Hillary into the White House, and now faces an existential crisis.

The Democratic Party for all intents and purposes, will never be the same. There is a civil war being waged within the party over which direction the party is to go in. Robert Reich called for a new Democratic Party “that will do everything possible to advance the progressive agenda at state and local levels.” The progressives are trying to take control of the party and shift its policies even further to the left. They want to double down on their policy preferences because they believe that they lost the election because they were not progressive enough. Reich wants the new Democratic Party to “turn millions of people into an activist army.” America has already seen this “activist army” disrupting traffic and causing civil unrest in its cities. Reich’s proposal will only serve to scare more Americans into supporting Republicans. I predict that the progressives will succeed in taking the party even further to the left. They will most likely adopt Bernie Sanders’ economic policies and attempt to gain more control over the lives of Americans. Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks issued a threat of “rebuilding the Democratic Party to the point that they are afraid of us.” The word “us” referring to the progressives. The Democrats who do not join the progressives will either be bullied into accepting the progressive agenda or be made to leave the party all together. This will only serve to push more people further away from the Democratic Party. The implications of such a shift remain to be seen.

The Republican Party has also been transformed, from a party that was not fit for purpose, to one that will be led by Donald Trump. Republicans in congress who did not support him were weeded out in the election. Senator Mark Kirk from Illinois lost to Democrat Tammy Duckworth after criticizing Trump, saying he was “too bigoted and racist for the Land of Lincoln.” The Republican party is at last being held accountable by conservatives in America. Trump is the future of the party and those who do not support him will not be reelected. The next two years will reveal how the Republican party responds to its base repudiating the establishment. I believe that Trump will be able to implement key parts of his agenda, which include building the wall, deporting criminal illegal aliens, and repealing Obamacare. The 2018 midterm elections could be good for Republicans should Trump do well with this congress.

In addition to defeating both party establishments, Donald Trump has effectively destroyed the mainstream media and its influence on the American people. This is because the media used all of its political capital trying to get Hillary Clinton into the White House. They lied, race-baited and slandered as much as they could to stop Trump. Media outlets were certain of a Hillary victory, with the Huffington Post election forecast giving Clinton a 98% chance of winning the election. The New York Times gave Clinton an 85% chance of winning. CNN’s road to 270 map gave Clinton 268 electoral votes before election day. NBC’s final battleground map had Clinton at 274 electoral votes and Trump at 170. The organizations involved in data modeling have also been discredited. Professor Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia went on CNN and said that Clinton would get 352 electoral votes. The Princeton Election Consortium gave Clinton a 99% chance of winning based on their statistical models. FiveThirtyEight’s models predicted a 71.4% chance of a Clinton victory. These numbers show the disconnect between the media and the American people. They had no idea just how many silent Trump supporters there were in the country. Have media outlets learned from this election? No. Instead, they continue to try and turn the public against Trump by calling his cabinet appointees racist and saying he will go back on his campaign promises. They have already tried this during the election, and it will fail again. The fact that the media has not learned from this election means that they will continue to lose even harder in the future.

It was satisfying to see the sad faces on members of the media as the results came in. Trump played the media like a fiddle in this election, using them to propagate his own message as a form of free advertising. CNN president Jeff Zucker confessed at a talk at Harvard that “we probably did put on too many of his campaign rallies.” Donald Trump understood that he is the media’s main source of viewership, and that they could not resist covering anything he said or did. The mainstream media tried to create their own narrative about how bigoted Trump is, but they were quickly debunked by alternate news sources. Alternative media sources are what made Trump’s victory possible, because they had the ability to deconstruct the media’s narratives as they were being created. They have effectively turned mainstream media outlets into dinosaurs through their usage of the internet. The mainstream media is not worth paying attention to anymore, given how detached they were from reality in this election.

Donald Trump’s victory has also discredited all of the pollsters who predicted the results of this election. Bill Mitchell of YourVoice Radio examined the polls and found that they had oversampled democrats, women and college-educated people in their polls. All of those demographics leaned towards Hillary Clinton. He also found that most of the national polls were an average of D +11 in their sampling, which means that Democrats were way oversampled. It is little wonder that the election results contradicted the polls, since they did not represent reality at all. Megyn Kelly of Fox News asked her colleagues, “You tell me if the polling industry is effectively done?” I think we all know the answer to that question.

I believe that Donald Trump’s victory could also spell the end of the social justice movement in America. Having seen the exit polling in this election, it is clear that the social justice warriors do not represent who they profess to represent. Exit polling showed that 52% of white women voted for Donald Trump. SJWs profess to be advocates for women, but they were clearly rejected by white women who felt that Trump, the polar opposite of an SJW, would serve their interests better. It also goes to show that people are not just the racial and gender identities that are assigned to them by progressives. Identity politics was not effective in this election. The American people voted against progressives and SJWs in this election more than they voted for Donald Trump. Among those who saw both candidates as unfavorable, Trump had an advantage of 47% to 30% over Clinton. The electorate was willing to vote for Donald Trump in an effort to stop Hillary Clinton and the progressives. Donald Trump did not win the election because of racism. Unless the progressives and SJWs confront this reality, they will continue to lose in the future just as they have lost consistently this year.

Donald Trump’s victory is a result of a confluence of dissatisfaction amongst voters with the political establishment, mainstream media and progressives. Americans voted Trump into office on the promise that he would bring change. Among voters who thought the ability to bring change was the quality that mattered most in a candidate, 82% voted for Trump. The American people are tired of identity politics and the leftist agenda. They want to see America be great again. Should Trump deliver on his promises, he could wound the Democrats and the progressives who control them for at least one generation, and the country would be better for it.

Trump Wins! Time to Rejoice

In the early hours of November 9th, we saw perhaps the greatest political feat in American history. Donald Trump, against all odds, both party establishments, a corrupt media, misleading pollsters and millions of naysayers, has become the president elect of the United States. He has changed the face of American politics forever by finally giving a voice to people who were disenfranchised by the elites in Washington. Trump is not bound by special interests, unlike all of the other candidates who ran for president. He will also have Republican majorities in both the Senate and the House. I am confident that he will do everything that he said he will do in his campaign.

I would like to personally thank everyone who has worked to get the facts out to people and voice their opinions in the face of an avalanche of vitriol. I would also like to thank everyone who has read this blog and kept their minds open to my perspective. History will look favorably upon all who contributed to this movement.

Most of all, I owe my gratitude to Donald Trump. Before this election cycle, he had a wonderful life. He was the head of a multibillion dollar real estate empire and is married to a supermodel. He chose to forego all of that and subject himself to the innumerable attacks and slanders directed towards him in his campaign. He stood tall and strong in the face of all the opposition from the media and both parties and defeated them all soundly. He discredited all the pollsters who predicted he would lose and all the media outlets that slandered him. Donald Trump chose to campaign because he loves America and wants to make it great again. Now, we will have the pleasure of enjoying the fruits of his endeavors in the coming years.

To all of those who spread vitriol, biased polls, false media narratives and promoted unfounded rape allegations against Trump, there is no forgiveness. Thanks to the internet, your words will be online forever. The next time you decide to push the same blather or make any predictions everyone will point to what you said during this election cycle. You will not longer be a part of rational dialogue in this country. I spent a lot of time on Facebook after the election and was angered, but not surprised, at the level of hatred that was directed towards Trump and his supporters.

I know that those who support Hillary don’t know why people voted for Trump. I know that they think that Trump supporters are racist, when in fact they are not. The people who voted for Donald Trump did so because they thought that his policies would be in their best interest. They had their interests ignored by the media and the political establishment. Trump supporters were repeatedly told by those on the left that voting in their own self-interest was racist. When those disenfranchised people ended up voting against Democrats, people on the left reeled off a list of insults (dumb, racist, sexist, misogynist, xenophobe, islamophobe) to demean them. Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks exemplified this when she described women who voted for Trump as “fucking dumb” and that she “had no respect for them.” The left only respects women and minorities when they vote for them. If they are on the right, they are treated not as people, but rather objects that can be attacked mercilessly and cruelly. Also, isn’t it amazing how Donald Trump, after being in the public eye for four decades, was only accused of being a racist, sexist, xenophobe when he chose to run against Hillary Clinton? This sort of political discourse must stop if our nation is to survive another election.

I think everyone who participated in such slanders against those who disagree with them should be laid out to pasture. We should deny all media outlets that have done so viewership and make public all of the hateful statements made by vicious ideologues. They are the real “basket of deplorables.” We need to take away all the incentives to engage in such repugnant behavior through economic boycotts of the media and social ostracism of those who smear people who disagree with them. We cannot hope to have a civil society when this is the level of discourse that the citizenry is engaging in. Perhaps this will change during the Trump administration, but it is going to take the efforts of those of us involved in the movement to ensure that it happens.

Trump’s victory showed all the peoples of the world that they too can push back against the elites and take back control of their countries. I look forward to seeing this trend continue. But for now, we celebrate. For all of you who have played a part in this movement to save Western Civilization, take a well-earned break. You truly deserve it.

Saving Western Civilization: A Call for Action

With the general election taking place tomorrow, I would like to make one final plea to the American voter to save our civilization from more of the corruption and mediocrity that has gripped our nation. Wikileaks has recently revealed that there is a group of overlords in our government who seek to use us as pawns for their benefit. We are simply livestock to be herded around manipulated. The Podesta emails showed how the political class truly views us. “We’ve all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry. The unawareness remains strong but compliance is obviously fading rapidly. This problem demands some serious, serious thinking – and not just poll driven, demographically-inspired messaging,” said National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Bill Ivey to John Podesta on March 13th, 2016.

Government officials want us to be “unaware and compliant” so that they can continue to use as a pawns to trade upon. Our economic productivity is hijacked for the purposes of financing their own lust for power and for use as collateral to sink us further into debt. We need to remain uneducated so that we can be “compliant” to their whims and exploitation. Donald Trump has done more than throw a wrench into this system. He is an outsider that threatens all of the interests of the lobbyists, entrenched politicians and corrupt media figures that condition our society to remain “compliant.” John Jay wrote in Federalist No. 3 that “It is not a new observation that the people of any country (if, like the Americans, intelligent and well informed) seldom adopt and steadily persevere for many years in an erroneous opinion respecting their interests.” The political class does not want Americans to be “intelligent and well informed” like they were in the past. If Americans do revert to that level of knowledge, they would end up “respecting their interests” rather than complying to the dictums of their politicians. I have done my best to get the facts out to the people with this blog and other videos that I have shared in an effort to educate the electorate.

The FBI investigation has recently taken a turn with the discovery of 650,000 new emails during their investigation of Anthony Weiner. The emails were found in devices used by the Weiner and Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s close confidant. The case was never officially closed. It is wonderful to see James Comey, the Director of the FBI, continue the investigation after not recommending charges. Hopefully, this can put some faith back in the American justice system. I think the electorate can see that Hillary is not trustworthy.

In addition to the email scandal, Wikileaks also revealed that Donna Brazile, the current chair of the Democratic National Committee, had leaked at least 2 questions, one in a debate and one in a town hall debate ahead of time to the Clinton campaign. “From time to time I get the questions in advance,” she told Podesta on March 12. She added, “I’ll send a few more.” Brazile was also a contributor to CNN, who has since severed ties with her. Can anyone honestly believe that the media is credible after this scandal?

I think everyone who has done research and benefitted from the knowledge I have shared has a duty to act on election day. I have done my level best to push back against the corrupt media narrative. This election is not just for the presidency of the United States, but rather a referendum on the future of Western Civilization. If current trends continue, our civilization as we know it will come to an end.

That is why I chose the painting on my blog to be Destruction by Thomas Cole. It is one painting in a five-part series of paintings called the The Course of EmpireDestruction is a very appropriate image right now because Western Civilization is in decline and is in danger of being overrun by the barbarians. Europe is dealing with a migrant crisis that threatens to change the demographics of the continent irreversibly. The native population is being far outbred by the migrants who are settling in their countries. The United States has had its demographics radically altered by immigration policies bringing in millions of the third world and Mexico. Should Hillary Clinton be elected, this process will hasten and America will cease to be America.

When the people of a country are replaced, the country itself is replaced. For example, if all of the people in Mexico moved to America and all Americans moved to Mexico, you would get a hotter version of America in Mexico and a colder version of Mexico in America. People are not interchangeable. Even if they move to another country, they still retain their culture and beliefs. There is no magic in our soil that will automatically turn third world immigrants into Americans when they set foot on it. Our country has followed the misguided notion of multiculturalism, where disparate cultures can cohabit the same country and get along.

Donald Trump is a true conservative in that he recognizes how America has been altered by huge levels of immigration. He wants to deport illegal immigrants and bring in immigrants who are going to assimilate to our values. He framed immigration in a way that benefits the American people, rather than focusing diversity. Americans who have seen their country change due to immigration finally have a voice in Donald Trump. Before Trump began his campaign, anyone who opposed or wanted to control immigration was ostracized and labeled as a bigot. Should Trump get elected (which I think he will), the discussion on immigration will continue and lead to a more sensible immigration policy.

If you are someone who is interested in changing the status quo, you would have to vote for Donald Trump. He is the outsider and the change candidate. He fought against both the Democratic and Republican establishments during his campaign. He even had to contend with the corrupt media, that favored Hillary. As Michael Moore put it, electing Donald Trump would be the biggest “fuck you” to the political establishment in history. He will disrupt the current political system more than any candidate in American politics. He has dedicated his life’s work to the people of this country and will continue to advocate for our interests as president. My faith in him is bolstered by his track record of getting things done as a businessman.

Unlike all of the career politicians that have infected the political landscape of America, Trump actually has tangible results to show for his efforts. Those results are his buildings. Unlike the politicians he ran against, he has been subject the pressures of the free market his entire life and had to produce value for others. When you ask what Trump has achieved, you can point to the buildings that he has built as a developer. No other politician, especially Hillary, can do the same. An example is when he built Wollman Ice Rink in New York City in 1986. The city has spent six years and $13 million on the rink and did not finish the project. Donald Trump took over the project for $3 million and promised to cover all excess costs himself. Trump finished the project by late October and was three quarters of a million dollars under budget. Trump also recently opened a hotel in Pennsylvania Avenue at the Old Post Office building in the midst of his campaign. These are results that he has produced throughout his career.

Donald Trump has brought this competence to his newfound political career and descended into American politics as a supernova. Trump summarized it himself, when he said, “You know it’s interesting, 10 months into the campaign, I had 10 months worth of experience because I never did this before — meaning political experience — and the other candidates had 219 years.” He was more successful than all the career politicians who had more experience and party support than him. He even beat Jeb Bush, who had two former presidents in his family to advise him and the Republican establishment at his side. I think Trump will bring this same competence to the White House if elected.

If you are still undecided, the promise of a Trump presidency is the chance for real change with an outsider who has taken on the political establishment to get where he is. It will not be business as usual if Trump is elected, and at last we will have someone capable in the White House. Should Hillary get elected, will see more corruption and watch helplessly as we become a banana republic. As Ronald Reagan said, “If we lose freedom here there is no place to escape to. This is the last stand on Earth.” So goes America, so goes Western Civilization. Please, use the power of your vote to save the West for yourself and your posterity. Should we err in our choice tomorrow, history will record how the most free and prosperous people on Earth had chosen their own demise, much to the general misfortune of mankind.