I keep hearing that the Democrats won major victories in the 2017 election with governor pick-ups in Virginia and New Jersey. They are also saying that the election was a referendum on President Trump. I think the people who are saying those types of things are smoking crack. For instance, at the link below you can see the county-by-county breakdown of the Gillespie battle with Northam and the results are quite clear. The entire state of Virginia is not being represented by this shift in politics. It is as it usually is, the dense population centers around Richmond and up in Fairfax that essentially determined the race. Also the Virginia Beach area which is typically filled with beach bums, pot smokers and other liberal losers obviously moved in a Democratic direction as they always will. All those blue areas contain either large numbers of government workers who are voting to preserve their wallets, or they have huge amounts of people on government assistance who want to see the money keep coming in. But the rest of the state, especially down in the Wise County region are as red as red gets regarding conservatism, and they are most of the state by county persuasion.
The election of Northam doesn’t provide a referendum on Donald Trump. It means that we have too many members of the swamp living in Fairfax who need to be drained. Those are the people who have grown tremendously in size over the last sixteen years as more and more high paying government jobs were added to Washington under an ever-expanding government. They aren’t going to vote for a Republican who wants to eliminate their jobs—ever. So if there is anything that has changed Virginia from purple to blue, it’s the government workers in Fairfax. There’s nothing mysterious about the election. Democrats have filled the state with regions of people who want hand outs, and jobs that only government can provide—where pay is approximately 30% higher than other regions of the country. Fairfax is after all one of the richest counties in the country, but it doesn’t come from private industry, it comes from government workers who live there and commute to their Washington jobs feeding the swamp.
You could say the same thing really about the rest of the country; if you look at the entire United States county-by-county you will not see a lot of support for Democrats. Where you do see large blue voting blocks are in the tightly packed cities where heroin addicts, government workers, prostitutes, welfare recipients and generally dumb people reside in large group think territories. Those are the voters who pick Democrats, regular people who live in the vast red areas are underrepresented in politics because they tend to be spread out in rural territories—and that is a problem of “democracy.” Lucky for us we have a republic so that those vast red areas between the two coasts do not get out-voted by the group think liberals who chose to live on top of each other in urban centers. Why people would choose to do such a thing reflects their personal preference to hide within the safety of numbers rather than the individuality normally witnessed in rural cultures.
That is why it’s a serious folly to look at any election where government workers and social losers are disproportionately congregated and to assume a social trend against President Trump. It’s actually the opposite, people in the red counties are tired of getting pushed around by the losers in the blue areas, and that is the cause of the current civil war—not with guns, but with words and ideological conflict. I’ve heard a lot about how many liberals thought the country would come together after a year of Trump, and that he has made an environment that has driven the country apart. Give me a break, President Trump has done a fantastic job, and he’s tried to play nice. Democrats never wanted to play nice, they only wanted to impose themselves on the world around them and they always look to make red areas blue like insects infecting a house with termites. They start in cells of collective activity, like Fairfax, Richmond, and Virginia Beach, and they seek to destroy the countryside county-by-county until the house collapses. That is all they know to do as parasites to the human race. And they call it a tendency toward violence if we think to resist them. Well, of course we’re going to resist them. They don’t think like us, they don’t act like us, and they don’t have the same values which are hard work, love of country, God, guns and family.
No, the trend is still in favor of Donald Trump’s takeover of the Republican Party. While it’s true that there is an even more diligent civil war within the Republican Party going on presently, that war will be won by the Trump forces. The Bush presidents have written a little book called The Last Republicans acknowledging as much essentially. Their obvious hatred of Trump and his supporters is very telling about what’s going on in America right now. Conservatives have rejected the Skull and Bones promises of the Bush family toward global unification and are seeking to preserve their lives out in the red counties of rural America. It’s pretty much that simple. If the Bush presidents thought that the Republican Party was their view of the world, they were obviously mistaken, and haven’t been to an NRA even recently. For twelve years I was frustrated with how weak both Bush presidents were. I voted for them because I had no other choice and I certainly wasn’t going to vote for a bunch of hippie liberals. But the Bush presidents were not bastions of conservatism. When I had a choice I took it happily, and so did many other people.
Ohio’s governor John Kasich is of that Bush-era Republican demeanor. The Party has left him behind and moved back to where the people who live in those flyover states and in counties between cities want them. That’s not going to change. Hollywood hasn’t changed those people. The newspapers haven’t. Nothing has after many years of liberal advances with that objective in mind. Republicans who put their finger to the liberal winds of change and decided to concede, like the Bush presidents, Kasich, Boehner, and many others assumed that their concessions would be followed. Instead, people rejected them and they are upset about it—naturally. The trend isn’t toward Kasich and the Bush family—it’s toward Trump or perhaps even further to the political right. The people analyzing the 2017 election obviously aren’t looking at the right things, because they are still holding out hope that the inevitable changes won’t come to sweep them away in their part of this modern civil war. The residents of Fairfax should take their loot and go because the trend is not in their favor.
The Democrats aren’t going to have a miracle surge in support. The whole Donna Brazile episode of the present is more about the Democratic Party trying to distance themselves from Hillary Clinton and recasting their brand with some moderate Republican support. Brazile has thrown some red meat to Republicans trying to position themselves for the midterms, to take the edge off. But the Democrats themselves are making a push to the political left, so we are all moving further away from each other, not more to the center the way it was when Bush was president, or his dad. Republicans like Kasich want to move to the left with them to keep the peace. But that’s not going to happen—and it never was. Only people who don’t understand the situation even entertained such a notion. The red counties of the red states are rejecting liberalism and if you look at the map of Virginia that is obvious. The only difference is that the smoke and mirrors of the Democratic Party have been able to use a few counties in Virginia to fluff their feathers like a peacock to look better than the situation really is, and they are desperate to sell it. But in that desperation is the truth, and that is not good for the Democrats—but it is great for the Trump Republicans.
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