The Two Faces of Trump

The buffoon and the victim.

First, let’s take a look at what Spencer has to say about the floundering moron Touchback Trump (emphasis added):

The fact that Trump allowed himself to be tricked into supporting the current healthcare proposal reveals his own naiveté and reminds us, once again, that the Beltway advisors who have surrounded him are objectively bad at politics. Rather than focus on immigration—the issue that defined his candidacy—Trump got sucked into a whirlpool of regulations, arcane policies, climate-change debates, and taxes. This is a shocking waste of political capital, and it is not why his supporters put him in office.
Looking beyond the hysteria of the past two months, if Marco Rubio or Jeb Bush had won the presidency instead Trump, each wouldn’t have acted much differently in terms of policy, aside from the “Muslim bans,” which weren’t actually Muslim bans and have been tossed out anyway. Trump’s fights with the media are hilarious—and serve the strategic purpose of delegitimizing these old-line institutions and the Left as a whole—but they do little in terms of concrete change.
More important, the substance of Trump’s healthcare plan is a fucking joke. What Trump partisans call “Ryancare” or “Obamacare 2.0”—but which everyone else calls “Trumpcare”—will increase costs on Trump’s core constituency of White working-class voters, as even Breitbart points out.

The “movement’s” Man on White Horse fetish is collapsing once again as it always does.   I’ve been consistent on Trump.  Thus:

1. I supported Trump and his candidacy because I saw Trumpism as opening the field to right-wing populism and therefore stretching the scope of American politics in ways amenable to racial nationalist ideas and also promoting racial chaos and balkanization.  I also approved of Trump’s overall foreign policy worldview: pro-Russian and anti-Chinese.

2. I have always considered Trump as an ignorant vulgar buffoon, Negrophilic, Jew-connected, superficial, lacking in an understating of priorities, a juvenile jackass who believes that half-assed tweets can substitute for mature leadership and the pursuit of long-term objectives.

But the “movement” with its Pepe-Kek lulzing and “Trump is the last chance for White America” delusional “thinking” worship the buffoon.

Next, we’ll look at what Pat Buchanan has to say about the Deep State conspiracy against King Tweet:

The Obamaites seeded the U.S. and allied intel communities with IEDs to be detonated on Trump’s arrival. This is the scandal, not Trump telling Vlad to go find Hillary’s 30,000 missing emails.
We need to know who colluded with the Russians, if anyone did. But more critically, we need to unearth the Deep State conspiracy to sabotage a presidency.
So far, the Russia-connection investigation has proven a dry hole. But an investigation into who in the FBI, CIA or NSA is unmasking U.S. citizens and criminally leaking information to a Trump-hating press to destroy a president they are sworn to serve could prove to be a gusher.
As for the reports of Lynch-White House involvement in this unfolding plot to damage and destroy Trump the real question is: What did Barack Obama know, and when did he know it?

Herein is the problem: having tied themselves to Trump, the “movement” finds itself having to defend this clueless buffoon from an anti-White System that believes by attacking Trump they harm the Whites these globalists hate so much.