Dem Party Meltdown – Pt. 1,613

Sally Boynton Brown is the executive director of Idaho’s Democratic Party and is white.

“We have to accept that there is prejudice that exists within our own party… My job is to shut other white people down when they want to say ‘Oh no, I’m not prejudiced. I’m a Democrat’… ”

This is why whites will continue to flee the Democratic Party. In terms of racial hysteria, the Democratic Party is increasingly becoming indistinguishable from an SJW-run college campus.

This racial implosion of the Democratic Party resembles a circular firing squad, but it is a natural trajectory given the axioms of political correctness and identity politics, and it’s a wonderful thing to witness.

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CA Poll on Sanctuary Cities

From an op-ed in the San Diego Tribune:

An IGS-UC Berkeley poll shows that 74 percent of Californians want sanctuary cities ended; 65 percent of Hispanics, 70 percent of independents, 73 percent of Democrats and 82 percent of Republicans.

If this is the level of political capital in CA Trump has on this issue, think of the level of support he has nationally.

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The Great Normalizing

Over the weekend, Richard Spencer was violently attacked and mainstream liberals laughed about it.

Also over the weekend, outside a Milo event, a SJW shot a man whom he thought was a ‘white supremacist’.

Steve Sailer links to this Seattle Times piece (“Man shot at UW no racist, friends insist, despite shooter’s claim”) the headline of which is another harbinger of how the MSM will seek to normalize violence towards white identitarians, and possibly the wider tent of the Alt-Right itself.

As the Alt-Right makes cultural and political gains (i.e,. as such views become normalized), we will see the Left proportionally increase their unprovoked violence against the Alt-Right, with the MSM legitimizing it. After all, if you could go back in time and kill the infant Hitler, wouldn’t you do it? Wouldn’t it be morally imperative for you to do so?

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Pope v. Populism

The Commie Pope implicitly compares Trump to… drumroll….

Madrid (AFP) – Pope Francis warned against populism, saying it could lead to the election of “saviours” like Hitler.

In an hour-long interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais conducted as Donald Trump was being sworn in as US president, the pontiff also condemned the idea of using walls and barbed wire to keep out foreigners.

“Of course crises provoke fears and worries,” he said but added that for him “the example of populism in the European sense of the word is Germany in 1933.

“Germany… was looking for a leader, someone who would give her back her identity and there was a little man named Adolf Hitler who said ‘I can do it’.”

“Hitler did not steal power,” the pope said. “He was elected by his people and then he destroyed his people.”

The Germans at that time also wanted to protect themselves with “walls and barbed wire so that others cannot take away their identity,” he said.

Ah, yes. Wanting to enforce one’s border makes one Hitler.

Trump also believes 2+2=4… as Hitler did. Which, is obvious further proof that Trump is Hitler.

It looks like the Pope ain’t too big on logic. There’s a little thing known as the ad hominem.

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Nigel Fever

From the London Telegraph:

Nigel Farage will be made a “close but unofficial adviser” to Donald Trump after he enters the White House, a key ally of the new president has said.

Phil Bryant, the Governor of Mississippi, made the comments at a party thrown for Mr Farage on the top floor of the five star Hay Adams hotel overlooking the White House on Thursday night.

Meanwhile, The Guardian reports:

Nigel Farage’s love affair with Donald Trump’s America has taken another leap forward with news the former Ukip leader is to become a commentator on Fox News.

Fox announced Farage would be joining to provide political analysis on its main news channel and its business network in a short statement during Trump’s swearing-in as the 45th US president.

Oh, happy days.

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Richard Spencer Attacked

On Inaugural Day, Richard Spencer, a peaceful white identitarian who was in D.C. amidst the festivities, was sucker-punched while being interviewed. This violent assault is met with glee by the peaceful, tolerant, SJW crowd.

Read the comments in this HuffPo piece or read the NYT piece (actually) titled “Attack on Alt-Right Leader Has Internet Asking: Is It O.K. to Punch a Nazi?”. From the NYT piece:

For the record, Richard Spencer says he is not a Nazi. In an interview on Saturday, he said he was a member of the alt-right, which he calls “identity politics for white Americans and for Europeans around the world.”

How is that different from Nazism? Nazism is “a historical term” that “is not going to resonate today,” he said.

“German National Socialism is a historic movement of the past,” Mr. Spencer said. “It arose at a very particular time and had particular motives and ideas and policies and styles, and those aren’t mine.”

Mr. Spencer said he was worried about being attacked again.

No matter. Anyone who espouses identity politics for whites, according to the same logic that every non-white group does, is a “Nazi” and therefore violence against them is okay. Heck, isn’t murder justified?

Read this tweet of Jon Favreau, the favored speechwriter of The Messiah:

Read the comments below Favreau’s sadistic pleasure post. It’s funny to these people.

This is the reality we are facing.

The violence is coming from one side.

The media would have us believe otherwise.

Perhaps some day, reality will catch up to the media’s perception.

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SJW Vision for Inaugural Day

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Kvelertak – 1985 (2016)

Kvelertak (pronunciation: Kaveller-talk) is a Norwegian metal band who mix black metal with NWOBHM with cock rock. Hetfield and Ulrich are fans of these guys.

The video, nodding to A Clockwork Orange and Fight Club, has some disturbing moments, but it’s certainly memorable.

The song, though, rocks.

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Tuck Surge

Who is Megyn Kelly again? She, a #NeverTrumper, was recently replaced by populist and Trump-empathizer Tucker Carlson. Regarding Carlson’s ratings:

In its debut week, Tucker Carlson Tonight — which moved from 7 PM ET to the 9 PM hour on January 9th following Megyn Kelly’s departure — averaged 3 million viewers and 576,000 in the 25-54 demographic. This placed it in the top ten in all of basic cable.

In comparison with how The Kelly File fared in that time slot in 2016, Fox News experienced an increase of 10% in total viewership and 12% in the key demo.

When compared to how Kelly did at this time last year, Carlson is up 21% in total viewers and a remarkable 52% in the 25-54 demographic.

It’s been less than a month and Me-Again Kelly is almost entirely erased from memory. In a year’s time, she will be a faded television footnote.

Also… You can’t Cuck the Tuck!

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Social Media and Fake News in the 2016 Election

Social Media and Fake News in the 2016 Election

Hunt Allcott, New York University
Matthew Gentzkow, Stanford University

January 2017

Abstract
We present new evidence on the role of false stories circulated on social media prior to the 2016 US presidential election. Drawing on audience data, archives of fact-checking websites, and results from a new online survey, we find: (i) social media was an important but not dominant source of news in the run-up to the election, with 14 percent of Americans calling social media their “most important” source of election news; (ii) of the known false news stories that appeared in the three months before the election, those favoring Trump were shared a total of 30 million times on Facebook, while those favoring Clinton were shared eight million times; (iii) the average American saw and remembered 0.92 pro-Trump fake news stories and 0.23 pro-Clinton fake news stories, with just over half of those who recalled seeing fake news stories believing them; (iv) for fake news to have changed the outcome of the election, a single fake article would need to have had the same persuasive effect as 36 television campaign ads.

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