• Pragerisms

    For a more comprehensive list of Pragerisms visit
    Dennis Prager Wisdom.

    • "The left is far more interested in gaining power than in creating wealth."
    • "Without wisdom, goodness is worthless."
    • "I prefer clarity to agreement."
    • "First tell the truth, then state your opinion."
    • "Being on the Left means never having to say you're sorry."
    • "If you don't fight evil, you fight gobal warming."
    • "There are things that are so dumb, you have to learn them."
  • Liberalism’s Seven Deadly Sins

    • Sexism
    • Intolerance
    • Xenophobia
    • Racism
    • Islamophobia
    • Bigotry
    • Homophobia

    A liberal need only accuse you of one of the above in order to end all discussion and excuse himself from further elucidation of his position.

  • Glenn’s Reading List for Die-Hard Pragerites

    • Bolton, John - Surrender is not an Option
    • Bruce, Tammy - The Thought Police; The New American Revolution; The Death of Right and Wrong
    • Charen, Mona - DoGooders:How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help
    • Coulter, Ann - If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans; Slander
    • Dalrymple, Theodore - In Praise of Prejudice; Our Culture, What's Left of It
    • Doyle, William - Inside the Oval Office
    • Elder, Larry - Stupid Black Men: How to Play the Race Card--and Lose
    • Frankl, Victor - Man's Search for Meaning
    • Flynn, Daniel - Intellectual Morons
    • Fund, John - Stealing Elections
    • Friedman, George - America's Secret War
    • Goldberg, Bernard - Bias; Arrogance
    • Goldberg, Jonah - Liberal Fascism
    • Herson, James - Tales from the Left Coast
    • Horowitz, David - Left Illusions; The Professors
    • Klein, Edward - The Truth about Hillary
    • Mnookin, Seth - Hard News: Twenty-one Brutal Months at The New York Times and How They Changed the American Media
    • Morris, Dick - Because He Could; Rewriting History
    • O'Beirne, Kate - Women Who Make the World Worse
    • Olson, Barbara - The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House
    • O'Neill, John - Unfit For Command
    • Piereson, James - Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism
    • Prager, Dennis - Think A Second Time
    • Sharansky, Natan - The Case for Democracy
    • Stein, Ben - Can America Survive? The Rage of the Left, the Truth, and What to Do About It
    • Steyn, Mark - America Alone
    • Stephanopolous, George - All Too Human
    • Thomas, Clarence - My Grandfather's Son
    • Timmerman, Kenneth - Shadow Warriors
    • Williams, Juan - Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America--and What We Can Do About It
    • Wright, Lawrence - The Looming Tower

Remember the Bloombergers Who Harassed Mary Matalin for Forecasting Trump 2016 Victory!

Mary Matalin forecast of Trump Victory Two Novembers Ago……Pray It Will Happen Again and Again!

 

As America’s Fascist Media Reigns Corrupt, Will Our Gifted President Trump Still Save Congress with His Followers?

The hidden Trump voters that may save him and the GOP in November

by Monica Crowley  at the Hill:

Could blue-collar workers blunt a blue wave? A new poll suggests they just might.

For decades, blue-collar voters helped form the backbone of the Democratic Party. They were such a reliable voting bloc that whenever they defected in significant enough numbers to elect Republican presidents, they earned their own monikers: Nixon Democrats, Reagan Democrats. Those instances were largely considered aberrations, explained away by the particular persuasiveness of Richard Nixon’s and Ronald Reagan’s economic and national security messages and their powerful personal relatability.

Bill Clinton was able to bring those voters back into the Democratic fold by embracing centrist policies. Sixteen years laterBarack Obama embodied a historic candidacy, but he further alienated traditional blue-collar voters who were turned off by his radicalism.

As the Democratic party increasingly catered to the coastal elites and moved further to the left, those blue-collar voters became ever more alienated. They waited for someone — anyone — to address their economic, national security and values-based anxieties. To respect them. To “get” them.

In 2016, that person arrived in the unlikely form of a New York real estate mogul who was far more comfortable with the hardhats on his construction sites than he was with the bankers and foremen. The “blue-collar billionaire” spoke like a guy from Queens because he was, in fact, a guy from Queens. That raw authenticity was valued by blue-collar folks, who considered him to be “one of them.”

They, in turn, rewarded him on election day. White working-class voters comprised one-third of the 2016 electorate; Trump won them by about 39 percentage points, far outpacing Mitt Romney‘s 2012 margin. They made up the basis for his wins in the critical swing states, particularly in the industrial rust belt, from Pennsylvania to Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin.

Today, they continue to support Trump and his policies. This is particularly true of his economic agenda as they benefit from the bounce-back in manufacturing, energy-sector and construction jobs, wage growth and the successful renegotiation of trade deals — like this week’s new NAFTA deal with Mexico — that disproportionately slammed them.

A new Harris poll of blue-collar workers, conducted on behalf of Express Employment Professionals and released today, bears this out.

According to the survey, blue-collar laborers are among the most optimistic groups in the country: A whopping “85 percent of [them] see their lives heading ‘in the right direction’ and 51 percent say the same about the country. That is 12 percentage points higher than among all Americans who say the country is heading in the right direction (39 percent), according to the July edition of the Harvard-Harris Poll polling average.”

That optimism carries over into other areas. Fifty-five percent say they are better off now than they were five years ago. And they believe this positive momentum will carry forward in the years ahead: A stunning 88 percent of blue-collar parents agree with the statement, “My children will have a better future than I will.”

Indeed, the poll reports that 80 percent of blue-collar workers are optimistic about the future, and more than one-third (34 percent) say they are “very optimistic.” Eighty percent also agree that “the harder you work, the more successful you will be,” and 70 percent believe that the “American dream is alive for people like me.”

The poll found something else that should strike fear in Democrats. Blue-collar workers are slightly more likely to identify with the Democratic Party, 35 percent vs. 31 percent for Republicans — which makes the fact that they think Republicans do a better job than Democrats of helping blue-collar Americans, 39 percent vs. 36 percent, even more astonishing.

For everything we’ve been hearing about economic anxiety, the Harris poll suggests otherwise.

Blue-collar workers’ confidence in the future is high. And they approve of the job President Trump is doing by +4, largely because they are enjoying the economic boom he is delivering and are tuning out the media-driven noise.

These are dangerous data points for Democrats, who continue to ignore them at their electoral peril. These voters were indispensable in putting Trump over the top in the states that matter, and they look poised to deliver for him and his party again in the midterm elections and in 2020. The much-hyped blue wave may hit a blue wall thanks to the unlikely “blue-collar billionaire” who is directly improving their lives after decades of empty promises from Democrats who took them for granted.

The approval and optimism of the key blue-collar voting bloc — combined with rising approval numbers from other traditionally Democratic constituencies such as African-Americans, Hispanics and young people, who also are enjoying historically low unemployment rates — is an encroaching existential threat to the left.

The dramatic realignment Trump led in 2016 is still underway, roiling expectations and defying prediction. And while Democrats are merrily anticipating big gains in November, many of their core voters may have an unwelcome surprise in store.

Monica Crowley is a senior fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, based at King’s College in New York City, which examines national security, energy, risk-analysis and other public policy issues.

http://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/404122-the-hidden-trump-voters-that-may-save-him-and-the-gop-in-november

The Passing of Hero John McCain

The Only Good Republican?

April 17, 2008 NEA press release: “Like President Bush, who proposed $14.2 billion less than what Congress provided for education during his presidency, McCain’s scheme has shown he is quite willing to mortgage our children’s future.”

June 4, 2008 NEA press release: “You can go down any list of what public school employees believe they need to truly help every child be successful, and you’ll see that Senator Obama supports that list and that Senator McCain not only opposes it, but has probably already voted against it.”

July 17, 2008 NEA press release: “Senator McCain said he is ‘committed to providing the resources needed to succeed,’ but his record says otherwise. He has voted against fully funding No Child Left Behind, voted against college aid programs, voted against school lunch programs, voted against dropout prevention and voted against teacher training programs.”

August 1, 2008 NEA press release: “McCain has shown that under his leadership, America’s children will never achieve the skills necessary to survive in the 21st century…. McCain would rather blame the nation’s public schoolteachers, than work with them to provide true education reform.”

September 5, 2008 NEA press release: “McCain continues attacking teachers instead of delivering an education plan that works.”

September 26, 2008 NEA press release: “”In the midst of the worst economic crisis America has faced since the Great Depression, Sen. John McCain tonight showed that he still does not understand the needs of working Americans.”

October 2, 2008 statement from NEA vice president Lily Eskelsen GarcÍa: “Sen. McCain and Gov. Palin haven’t proposed a single idea to alleviate the anxiety women across the country feel when they sit down at th…….

(I have added the question mark to the title of the above collection of words…..John McCain bears the record for being one of the greatest American heroes for the tortures he endured while held captive in Vietnam….a real hero of the finest order.

My long time friend and one time high school teacher colleague, Mark Waldeland,  sent the above listings of another John McCain….a first class jerk for years as a U.S. Senator and candidate for the presidency in 2000.  Let us assume his awkward crankiness while Senator for centuries, it seemed, was a result of the pains he endured from his  Vietnam torture cell.   May God Bless Him!    ghr)

President Trump Challenges Leftist America Haters with Patriotism

President Trump Uses Hate to Bolster Patriotism

by Steve Schiller  at  American Thinker:

We can argue the reasons behind why the left and the mainstream media gassed up the anti-Trump rhetoric train and pulled out of the station almost as soon as Donald Trump descended the escalator at Trump Tower in 2015.  There are many reasons – some legitimate, some conspiracy-esque.  Regardless, the situation exists.

This constant drumbeat of “Damn Trump, Damn Trump, Damn Trump,” day after day, night after night, week after week from a vast majority of news outlets has, to at least a good chunk of the public, engendered an intense hatred for our 45th president.  They hate him.  They hate everything he does, everything he says, everything he signs into law.  They hate.

And Donald Trump knows it.

People will say Donald Trump is not a politician, that he is new to the complicated world of politics.  Historically speaking, that may be true, but Donald Trump plays the political game better than anyone I’ve seen in my lifetime.  It’s driving his opponents crazy.

President Trump sees what he calls the fake news media vilifying his every move day after day.  Unlike politicians in the past – specifically, Republican politicians – he doesn’t cower in a corner; immediately apologize; try to recover; and limp along to a beige, mediocre career.  In fact, he does the opposite.  He punches back.

When he punches back, the left and the media double down on their hysterics, and an interesting phenomenon seems to emerge.  Rationality and sanity – which may have been in short supply to begin with – fly out the window.  Things that would never escape the mouths of pundits, politicians, and newscasters hit the airwaves, and rational sane people can’t help but shake their heads in amazement.

If you’re going to discuss examples of media hysteria, you might as well dive into the deep end.  Let’s look at immigration.  President Trump’s policy on immigration has always been to put Americans first and to keep America secure.  He wants to build a wall, beef up border security, and do away with policies that are less than spectacular when it comes to vetting potential immigrants.  Those policies would allow fewer criminals and illegal drugs to cross the border.  America is safe.  Everyone should be happy.

Instead of applauding President Trump for something that just 20 short years ago Democrat President Bill Clinton advocated for, what did the left and the media do?  They pivoted away from any rational message they once had on the subject and began promoting open borders and sheltering illegal aliens, regardless of how obscene their crimes are, in newly designated sanctuary cities.  To top it off, the left and the media branded the president and anyone who sided with him as a xenophobe and a racist.

What about the kerfuffle with the NFL and kneeling during the National Anthem?  The players decided to do this during the National Anthem, long viewed as a tribute to not only our country, but to those who fought and died to protect the freedoms of our country.  A football game lasts for three-plus hours.  The National Anthem lasts for 90 seconds.  They say it’s not dishonoring the flag, but they continue to do it during the less than 1% of the football broadcast that honors our country.

President Trump, as he is wont to do, weighed in on the issue and chose America over the protesters.  I don’t remember him denigrating the players’ views or their right to protest.  But he did call it disrespectful.

The left and the media, in predictable fashion, disagreed with the president, but when he didn’t back down, the irrationality and the insanity ratcheted up.  Some commentators called President Trump a white supremacist (who doesn’t these days?), and one even suggested that the anthem and the flag itself represent racism.  Those who agreed with the president are even worse than he is.

My final example isn’t even a policy decision.  President Trump decided to use (or rather borrow from Ronald Reagan) the campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.”  We have seen numerous examples of college students and others having their MAGA hats ripped from their heads.  Some have suffered beatings in the process.

Politicians on the left and their cronies in the media, in their constant denigration of the president, have made fun of and dismissed the MAGA slogan, with some pundits equating it with genocide and white nationalism.  Now Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York, has stated that America never was that great to begin with, ignoring the progress that’s been made historically.

What do all these examples (and trust me: there were tons more) have in common?  They communicate to the average everyday American, who works hard and still loves this country, that the left and the media are anti-American.  We want open borders, let everyone in even if they’re criminals, drugs can’t be stopped, disrespecting our National Anthem is okay because it’s racist, and trying to make America great again is a horrible idea and must end.

How could things have gotten this way?  The answer is simple when you think about it.  Donald Trump was savvy enough not only to use the intense hatred directed against him to maneuver the left into these untenable positions, but also to reveal the left’s agenda and methods to the country.  As a whole, America is center-right and still very much patriotic.  We see what the left and the media are doing, and we don’t care for it.

Some experts think a blue wave is coming in November.  Some say it may be a red wave.  If I know this country, I suspect that it will be a red, white, and blue wave.
https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/08/president_trump_uses_hate_to_bolster_patriotism.html

Proud to be an American!

….and I am Very Proud of this Young American Conservative Who Voted for Donald J. Trump that November, 2016 for the same reasons I did….May God Bless him for his thinking, explaining, and voting….and May God Bless President Donald J. Trump in his efforts to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!  Aren’t you??    ghr.

 

Today’s Fascistic Dem Party’s War Against Good and Decent Folk

There’s Much for Conservatives to Like in Brett Kavanaugh

(Both articles sent by Mark Waldeland.)
. . . the Left is already lining up for the cultural war over Kavanaugh, and he is more than prepared to acquit himself against their slings and arrows. His opinions on religious liberties and sexual privacy are well within the realm of mainstream conservativism. Indeed, as I’ve written, when he dissented on the highly novel issue of whether the federal government had an obligation to facilitate the abortion of an illegal-immigrant teenager detained at the border, Kavanaugh emphasized that the government “has permissible interests in favoring fetal life, protecting the best interests of a minor, and refraining from facilitating abortion” and that the Court should uphold “reasonable regulations” even when applying Supreme Court jurisprudence.
 
 

Don’t Worry, Conservatives — Everybody You Like Loves This Guy

Brett Kavanaugh is a fine pick for the Supreme Court.

Yes, Amy Coney Barrett might have triggered a clarifying culture war Ragnarök. Yes, at 53, if confirmed, Kavanaugh will probably be on the Court until “only” the 2040s.

Yes, some Democrats will point to Kavanaugh’s work with Ken Starr and his role in investigating the suicide of Vince Foster and attempt to demonize him with those long-ago tawdry chapters of presidential history. Yes, Kavanaugh is “establishment” in the sense that he worked on the Florida recount and in the Bush White House. Yes, twelve years on the D.C. Circuit Court mean he has a lot of rulings, and modern young progressive activists will attempt to pick out whichever ones seem surprising and paint him as some sort of cross between Torquemada and Pontius Pilate.

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DJT, America’s Great Problem Solver, is Winning New Followers!!

Trump is Winning Over Blacks, Hispanics, Millennials, and Even Gays

by Karin McQuillan  at American Thinker:

Democrat hate speech targeting deplorables has always worked — on their own voters.  Libeling Republicans as racist, homophobic morons has kept Democrat voters in line.  President Trump laughs at their insults, and just gets stronger.  Suddenly, one more Trump success.  The Democrat line is breaking.  Our minorities are breaking free.

President Trump’s off the charts achievements on jobs and security are improving the lives of every single Democrat identity voting bloc.  A small, but increasingly significant number are noticing.  With his MAGA gains on the economy and foreign affairs, President Trump is slowly chipping away at the Democrat Party’s foundations.  The white working class already belongs to Trump.  Fed up blacks, Hispanics, millennials and gays are starting to follow.

Ordinary people, including our minorities, are focused on the reality of their lives.  Most Americans actually care about exactly the two big issues Trump cares about:  jobs and personal safety.  They notice more money in their paychecks.  They notice when they get off food stamps and the unemployment line.  They notice when they move from flipping hamburgers to a high-paying construction or assembly-line jobs.  Securing our border, supporting cops, defeating ISIS in Syria, pressuring North Korea to “denuke” — ordinary people get that we are safer than we were under Obama. Democrats can scream as loud as they want, but they cannot drown out reality.

On top of it, the screaming is turning people off.  In the words of a gay woman, member of the #WalkAway movement,

Lea Anna Bright, in a mohawk, looks into the camera and says in a slow, simmering voice: “This is a Vice article I am reading right now. It says, ‘The activist left doesn’t give a shit about your calls for civility. Get ready for a summer of rage.’” She looks up. “This is where the party is going, and this is why I chose to walk away. Peace. Not for me. Bye.”

As Michael Goodwin notes in the New York Post, Trump is gaining inside Democrat strongholds.  He is reaching women and non-whites.  A Harvard/Harriss poll shows a 10-point upswing among Hispanic voters.  He has made a four-point gain among Democrats.

Pollsters attributed the rise to the strong economy and that a whopping 75 percent approved of the president’s decision to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

Finally, a Pew finding about Trump supporters upends stereotypes: Just 31 percent are white men without college degrees, while 66 percent are college graduates, women or nonwhites.

Millennials are growing up, getting jobs and paying taxes.  They are still turned off by the Republican Party (as are Trump supporters).  They are stubbornly unwilling to give President Trump personal credit.  But they recognize his pro-growth agenda is a good thing, and they don’t want Pelosi to wreck the economy.

Millennials are telling Reuter/Ipsos pollsters that they are going to vote Republican in the mid-terms.  In 2016, white millennials supported Democrats for Congress by a whopping 47 to 33 percent.  No more.  Millennial support for Democrats has fallen by almost 10 percent.  If sustained, this is seriously bad news for Democrats.

For the first time, millennials will be the largest eligible voting bloc surpassing baby boomers come November. Historically Democrats have relied on the youth vote to carry them over the finish line. This new polling suggests a blue wave may be less likely than previously thought.

Racial appeals are at long last getting old.  Race-baiting is less effective delivered by Maxine Waters than by the nation’s first black president.  A redpill video by a young black woman named Candace Owens, praised by Kanye West, is credited with creating a fateful first chink in the black voting bloc.  Following Kanye’s tweet, President Trump’s approval among black men doubled, to 22 percent, and among all blacks, to over 16 percent.

This is bigger than Kanye.  Trump promised blacks that if they gave him a chance, they would see real economic progress and he has delivered, big time.  Blacks are working more than ever, many at better jobs.  They like it — and have been voting differently in Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.  According to a June Rasmussen poll, twice as many black voters will now admit they are better off under President Trump.

Unbelievably, thanks to an honest gay man’s viral video, #WalkAway, we are hearing from the ultimate Democrat stronghold, the LGBQT community.  It turns out white gay men are not appreciating the blatant anti-white and anti-gender hate speech of the new Democrat left.  “They’ll come for me, and then they’ll come for you,” Straka tells his listeners.

He shows a handout about the “privilege hierarchy’:  white gay men are near the top of the privileged bad guys list.  They get less victim points than white women, black women, trans and non-genders.  Most gay men are quite successful financially.  Democrat’s ginning up rage against successful white men is a turn-off.  But it is more than that.

One gay man declares that before being gay, he’s a patriotic American.  He appreciated President Trump’s Muslim travel ban, as a rational security measure.  The two parties’ reaction to the Orlando massacre changed everything for him.

“Trump said he was going to protect gay men, and he did, [with] the travel ban. Hillary was telling Americans not to ‘pick on all Muslims because of this,’” and that did not feel like protection, Roberts says. “I swear to God, wanted to throw my shoe through the TV.  “At that point I was like, I can’t do it anymore. I really can’t. (snip)

His assessment of the Democrats: “From immigration to everything, they are just a disaster.  “They’re anti-American, anti-common sense, rational — anything good, they’re against it.”

We have seen astroturf movements, like Occupy Wall Street and the anti-gun children’s crusade.  They soon fizzle away.  The #WalkAway movement feels more like the Tea Party.  It is based on people’s gut reality.  The voices are not echoing talking points, they are from the heart, and carry a lot of power.  The Tea Party stayed within the GOP and morphed into the Freedom Caucus.  #Walkaway are lifelong Democrats totally leaving the blue tribe.

Conservatives have been watching the anti-Trump hysteria with growing revulsion.  In one corner, President Trump, delivering the goods on jobs, national, and personal security.  In the opposing corner, Democrats’ rejection of our electoral system, fake news and calls to violence.  We’ve been wondering how ordinary, decent Democrat voters will react.

They are starting to break free.

Democrat hate speech targeting deplorables has always worked — on their own voters.  Libeling Republicans as racist, homophobic morons has kept Democrat voters in line.  President Trump laughs at their insults, and just gets stronger.  Suddenly, one more Trump success.  The Democrat line is breaking.  Our minorities are breaking free.

President Trump’s off the charts achievements on jobs and security are improving the lives of every single Democrat identity voting bloc.  A small, but increasingly significant number are noticing.  With his MAGA gains on the economy and foreign affairs, President Trump is slowly chipping away at the Democrat Party’s foundations.  The white working class already belongs to Trump.  Fed up blacks, Hispanics, millennials and gays are starting to follow.

Ordinary people, including our minorities, are focused on the reality of their lives.  Most Americans actually care about exactly the two big issues Trump cares about:  jobs and personal safety.  They notice more money in their paychecks.  They notice when they get off food stamps and the unemployment line.  They notice when they move from flipping hamburgers to a high-paying construction or assembly-line jobs.  Securing our border, supporting cops, defeating ISIS in Syria, pressuring North Korea to “denuke” — ordinary people get that we are safer than we were under Obama. Democrats can scream as loud as they want, but they cannot drown out reality.

On top of it, the screaming is turning people off.  In the words of a gay woman, member of the #WalkAway movement,

Lea Anna Bright, in a mohawk, looks into the camera and says in a slow, simmering voice: “This is a Vice article I am reading right now. It says, ‘The activist left doesn’t give a shit about your calls for civility. Get ready for a summer of rage.’” She looks up. “This is where the party is going, and this is why I chose to walk away. Peace. Not for me. Bye.”

As Michael Goodwin notes in the New York Post, Trump is gaining inside Democrat strongholds.  He is reaching women and non-whites.  A Harvard/Harriss poll shows a 10-point upswing among Hispanic voters.  He has made a four-point gain among Democrats.

Pollsters attributed the rise to the strong economy and that a whopping 75 percent approved of the president’s decision to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

Finally, a Pew finding about Trump supporters upends stereotypes: Just 31 percent are white men without college degrees, while 66 percent are college graduates, women or nonwhites.

Millennials are growing up, getting jobs and paying taxes.  They are still turned off by the Republican Party (as are Trump supporters).  They are stubbornly unwilling to give President Trump personal credit.  But they recognize his pro-growth agenda is a good thing, and they don’t want Pelosi to wreck the economy.

Millennials are telling Reuter/Ipsos pollsters that they are going to vote Republican in the mid-terms.  In 2016, white millennials supported Democrats for Congress by a whopping 47 to 33 percent.  No more.  Millennial support for Democrats has fallen by almost 10 percent.  If sustained, this is seriously bad news for Democrats.

For the first time, millennials will be the largest eligible voting bloc surpassing baby boomers come November. Historically Democrats have relied on the youth vote to carry them over the finish line. This new polling suggests a blue wave may be less likely than previously thought.

Racial appeals are at long last getting old.  Race-baiting is less effective delivered by Maxine Waters than by the nation’s first black president.  A redpill video by a young black woman named Candace Owens, praised by Kanye West, is credited with creating a fateful first chink in the black voting bloc.  Following Kanye’s tweet, President Trump’s approval among black men doubled, to 22 percent, and among all blacks, to over 16 percent.

This is bigger than Kanye.  Trump promised blacks that if they gave him a chance, they would see real economic progress and he has delivered, big time.  Blacks are working more than ever, many at better jobs.  They like it — and have been voting differently in Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.  According to a June Rasmussen poll, twice as many black voters will now admit they are better off under President Trump.

Unbelievably, thanks to an honest gay man’s viral video, #WalkAway, we are hearing from the ultimate Democrat stronghold, the LGBQT community.  It turns out white gay men are not appreciating the blatant anti-white and anti-gender hate speech of the new Democrat left.  “They’ll come for me, and then they’ll come for you,” Straka tells his listeners.

He shows a handout about the “privilege hierarchy’:  white gay men are near the top of the privileged bad guys list.  They get less victim points than white women, black women, trans and non-genders.  Most gay men are quite successful financially.  Democrat’s ginning up rage against successful white men is a turn-off.  But it is more than that.

One gay man declares that before being gay, he’s a patriotic American.  He appreciated President Trump’s Muslim travel ban, as a rational security measure.  The two parties’ reaction to the Orlando massacre changed everything for him.

“Trump said he was going to protect gay men, and he did, [with] the travel ban. Hillary was telling Americans not to ‘pick on all Muslims because of this,’” and that did not feel like protection, Roberts says. “I swear to God, wanted to throw my shoe through the TV.  “At that point I was like, I can’t do it anymore. I really can’t. (snip)

His assessment of the Democrats: “From immigration to everything, they are just a disaster.  “They’re anti-American, anti-common sense, rational — anything good, they’re against it.”

We have seen astroturf movements, like Occupy Wall Street and the anti-gun children’s crusade.  They soon fizzle away.  The #WalkAway movement feels more like the Tea Party.  It is based on people’s gut reality.  The voices are not echoing talking points, they are from the heart, and carry a lot of power.  The Tea Party stayed within the GOP and morphed into the Freedom Caucus.  #Walkaway are lifelong Democrats totally leaving the blue tribe.

Conservatives have been watching the anti-Trump hysteria with growing revulsion.  In one corner, President Trump, delivering the goods on jobs, national, and personal security.  In the opposing corner, Democrats’ rejection of our electoral system, fake news and calls to violence.  We’ve been wondering how ordinary, decent Democrat voters will react.

They are starting to break free.

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/07/trump_is_winning_over_blacks_hispanics_millennials_and_even_gays.html