A new Milo video surfaced yesterday, it is interesting on a number of levels, take a look;

I suspect that when called out as stooges, lap dogs for the progressive left, journalists like this take it as a badge of honor and expect more kibble in their bowl as reward from their handlers, the MSM. But how great is it, and pundits/political personalities can go places politicians only dream of, to call out idiocy for what it is, and shame an interviewer for asking a shameful question.

Milo presents a well thought out concise argument for why Trump supporters want change, or want to protect valuable rights like free speech. The message is powerful, the messenger (Trump) is a doufus.

Much hand wringing has taken place within the last year predicting the demise of the GOP as a party if Trump loses. Analogous to that whole tree/forest thing, if nobody really gives a shit about the longevity/viability of a failed party (can’t win national elections, what better definition is there?) then is it’s demise really death at all? Mike Pense and I share the same hierarchy of importance; Christian first, American second, and Republican (conservative more for me) third. The principals are important, not the mouth piece. If the wine is sour, throw it out. What Jefferson wrote about abolishing governments applies equally well to political parties;

“That to secure these rights, Governmentsparties are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Governmentthat party becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Governmentparty, more in line with it’s ideals.

The European model is defective, the progressive model is defective, people will see that they are not being served by those in power, at least that is my hope.

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  1. West Virginia Rebel

    The Republican Party won’t die if Trump loses; certainly not at the state level. The main issue here is the corruption at the Federal level in both parties; the GOP leaders don’t really care if they lose because they and the Democrats are part of the same club. As far as identity goes, being an American at its core matters most IMO because our values come from that. Americanism is about freedom more than anything else.

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  2. AlexInCT

    I love Milo. He is not just incredibly articulate and well informed, but able to tell of the scumbags that always attempt to shame others into silence, and when they can’t attempt to misrepresent them, to take a long walk off a short pier.

    I bet that he scared the bejesus out of these BBC douches by pointing out that this movement will only grow stronger regardless of the election results. The left is panicking that their ideology no longer can claim to hold the high ground, but more importantly, that they can’t silence the opposition using the old despicable tactics.

    The establishment needs to die, die quick and horribly, and never be allowed to rear its ugly head again. They have been a pox on humanity and have brought us to the brink of destruction.

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