Apart from that, Mrs. Lincoln… how was the play?
Corey Stewart is oppressed, and he wants you to believe that you are, too. Running a Virginia governor’s campaign against all that he has deemed “establishment”, Stewart wraps himself in a warm blanket of neo-nationalist culture, decrying attacks from anyone who doesn’t fit his socially acceptable world view as evil and against our “heritage.” His view…
There’s plenty here for this year’s debates for not only governor, but also future state delegate and senator races.
He ain’t lyin’.
Is the Trump White House serious about taking on HFC members that voted against (or at least, signaled they would not vote for) the AHA?
In politics, especially during the 2016 election, being a part of the “establishment” meant that you were a cancer to all that is progress. Bernie Sanders successfully tagged Hillary Clinton as establishment. Jeb Bush begrudgingly accepted the label. It was a one-shot/one-kill attempt at categorizing someone who has played in the political pool for so…
The problem, of course, is that there is no way to salvage anything in this impending divorce between populists and nationalists. It’s going to burn.
How droll… how utterly droll.
How the hell does a Minnesota Yankee relate, again?
When a man like Corey Stewart is willing to say or do anything to get a title in front of his name? That’s a clear sign that the man isn’t a conservative… just an opportunist.