identity politics

Tancredo: We Must Thank Barack Obama for Making Donald Trump Possible – And Inevitable

Breitbart
Saturday, January 21, 2017
National News

Thank you, Obama, for being the polarizing king of cultural warfare. Without you, the Republican Party might still be stuck in La-La land.

Trump and the American Divide

How a lifelong New Yorker became tribune of the rustics and deplorables
City Journal
Monday, January 16, 2017
National News

... The Donald Trump nation of conservative red spanned the country, to within a few miles of the two coasts, covering 85 percent of the nation’s land area...

Making America Sane Again

Saturday, December 3, 2016
National News

In the three-plus weeks since the election I have had some twenty or thirty conversations with other Trump voters, some in person, some by phone, all of them out of earshot of our sensitive Democratic friends.

Dear Democrats: Here Is Why You Lost

Daily Caller
Sunday, November 13, 2016
National News

Behold. The end of the 2016 presidential election...

The victor is Donald J. Trump, a businessman and television personality from New York City, in an extraordinary upset with little, if any, historical precedent...

George Soros likely funding the Trump protests just as he funded Ferguson

D.C. Clothesline
Friday, November 11, 2016
National News

As riots and protests rage through the streets of America, the question has to be asked:

Does someone behind the scenes want to see civil war in the United States?

Identity Politics in America: An Obama Administration Post-Mortem

VDare
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
National News

... After denigrating millions of Trump supporters as “deplorable” and “irredeemable” earlier this year, Clinton then unctuously confessed on election eve: “I regret deeply how angry the tone of the campaign became.”

Note the classic textbook employment of the passive voice to evade personal responsibility.

Anti-Trump violence may backfire

Denver Post
Sunday, June 19, 2016
National News
The angry, often violent, organized protests that have accompanied Donald Trump’s rallies in states holding Republican primaries are a preview of the kind of behavior likely in store for us at both the Republican and Democratic conventions in July.
 

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