[From "Final Thoughts"]
I’m not voting in the 2020 election.
I’ve always been an independent moderate and populist nationalist voter. I have never been a conservative or a Republican[…]
When Donald Trump came on the scene in 2015, I supported him because I hated mainstream conservatism – the True Cons or the cuckservatives who I ridiculed at the time – and because his campaign seemed to be opening the door to a new kind of populist and nationalist politics.[…]
My politics have always been moderate, populist and nationalist.[…]Basically, I’m a throwback to an extinct species of New Deal-era Southern Democrat.
The issues we are facing today are also different because of Trump. We lost hundreds of our historic monuments which were torn down by violent mobs.[…]Democratic cities were allowed to essentially become a 21st century version of sundown towns while the Trump Justice Department prosecuted White Nationalists.[…]Meanwhile, he delivered a trophy case of victories for Israel and militant Zionists who hit the jackpot with his administration.
Over the last four years, we have seen a reversion to mainstream conservatism except now the difference is that it is openly gay and more stupid, feckless and ineffective than ever before. There is less room, not more, in the GOP for nationalists like Steve King who was drummed out of the party for wondering why Western civilization has become taboo.[…]What are these people doing for me as a social conservative voter? After replacing Anthony Scalia, Neil Gorsuch read transgenderism into the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
In this respect, I have learned something from the Losters who I have been researching in recent months. They were also completely alienated from American politics and culture, but it gave them the perspective to articulate a new set of values, which is what I plan on doing with my time.