The progressive chants of racism are so outrageously uninformed when considering the political realities that took place in this election. Counties that voted majority for President Obama in 2008 and 20012, in Wisconsin for example, flipped to vote for Donald Trump. Is this because these people woke up and realized, “Hey, wait a minute? I forgot that I am a flaming racist and hateful bigot. What was I thinking? I will now vote for the WHITE MAN!”
Or could rural America’s displeasure in the economic recovery been a motivating factor to vote for Donald Trump? Could it have been that reason? Must it have been racism?
Even avowed leftist progressives such as Oliver Stone, Cornel West, and Chris Hedges have argued that President Obama has fallen well below their lofty expectations to the point of strongly criticizing his administration. Both Chris Hedges and Jill Stein, notably opposed to Donald Trump, also to their credit recognized the dangerous policies of Hillary Clinton. Similarly, Michael Moore argued that many people are going to vote for Trump because he is perceived to stand up for the Americans that progressive policies have left scorned.
So did these counties flip to Trump because of this myth of “white-lash” and explicit racism, or were they sick of the pandering lies of those elites that chastise them for not buying the message?
The answer is obvious to anyone that has not been indoctrinated by the cultural Marxism of oppressor vs. the oppressed. America didn’t all of a sudden, after decisively electing a black president for two consecutive terms, remember that they are racists.
Which brings me to the Van Jones analysis. Jones predictably makes the Trump victory to be about white backlash, and then rhetorically asks, “How do I explain this to my children?”
Allow me to answer this question:
The American people were sick of being called racists because they disagree with progressive ideology concerning immigration.
The American people were sick of being called misogynists because they think the dismemberment of children before they are born might be morally questionable.
The American people were sick of being called homophobes for supporting traditional marriage and the conjugal family.
The American people were sick of watching their families torn apart by wars that have nothing to do with the defense of our country, but the continued implementation of a flawed and immoral global unilateral military hegemony.
The American people were sick of being told that wanting to keep more of their hard earned money makes them greedy.
The American people were sick of watching progressive politicians foment hatred against those who wear a badge and protect our communities.
The American people were sick of having Supreme Court justices mold our nation into the image of secular leftism by stripping away our constitutional rights as citizens for an invented, incoherent, unconstrained, Utopian, egalitarian jurisprudence.
The American people were sick of being told by the media elite that thinking outside of the progressive bubble makes you an uneducated doofus.
The American people were sick of listening to socialists and Marxists tell us of the glory days of economic equality, when in reality these economic systems have created a human misery unheard of before the modern scientific state shoved them down the throats of unwilling citizens resulting in a mountain of dead bodies and oceans of blood.
The American people were sick of being told that worshipping God makes you ignorant, uninformed, and evil.
The American people were sick of being told that a father is a replaceable entity in the family because of the invented definition of patriarchy by 3rd wave feminists that defames and dehumanizes the masculine protector.
The American people were sick of being told that women are not free unless they can have abortions.
The American people were sick of having our military men, the warrior lions in our society, be lead by feminist beta male lambs.
The American people were sick of being told by the bureaucratic liberal elite how they can live their lives.
This, Van Jones, is how I will explain to my children the historic rise of a candidate that put Americans first.
– Lucas G. Westman