Michael Hoffman — Revisionist Review Nov 8, 2018
For all Donald Trump’s faults, and they are admittedly grave in matters such as his foreign policy, including his blank check to the Israeli and Saudi gangsters, and refusal to end America’s war in that 21st-century Vietnam-like quagmire known as Afghanistan — the titanic battle here at home cannot be ignored.
Under the Democrats, we are headed for a Latin American model wherein the super-rich create a serene alternative reality of private schools, gated communities and relative ethnic homogeneity, while everyone else is forced to live and work side by side with street violence, criminal cartels, wretched schools and dilapidated infrastructure.
The wealthy American lovers of immigrants from Central America never permit low-income housing for those folks to be erected in any affluent enclave in America, whether it be Westchester County New York, or Beverly Hills, Woodside, Atherton, Menlo Park or Tiburon California. The neighborhoods of the Obamas, Clintons, Streisands and Spielbergs all resemble Mayberry, circa 1960.
Moreover, a Congress that can’t even ban obvious infanticide, “late-term abortion” — the murder of babies five through nine months — is the most grievous affront to God our nation has ever perpetrated. This horror corrupts everything we do and leads to a subtle deterioration of the moral fabric and psychic health of our people. We have no doubt that America’s high suicide rates, mass shootings and child molestation are linked to the dehumanization of unborn human beings in the womb.
Abortion is the ultimate child molestation. Yet our nation murders children even in the ninth month of pregnancy. If the abortion is delayed a couple of weeks, the baby is born and emerges from its mother instantly endowed with full human rights, protected from child molestation by virtue-signaling feminists and liberals. But a few weeks prior to her birth, the same human being is derogated as a mere blob of tissue legally destined for an abortionist’s trash can. This schizophrenia is soul-rotting and it doesn’t only infect New York City and L.A.
In rural Montana, Democrat Sen. Jon Tester has been reelected with the endorsement of demented Hollywood goofballs like Jeff Bridges, whose popularity is predicated on portrayals on the big screen of heartland heroes with values.
Senator Tester has refused to vote to ban even late-term abortion-infanticide. A majority of Montana voters are too hard-hearted to care about his support for the slaughter of unborn human beings, yet they wonder why mass shootings of innocent humans outside the womb are increasing. Common sense: dehumanization inside the womb leads to dehumanization outside of it.
If Americans in Montana or any state in the union, continue to sacrifice God’s children to Molech, we will most assuredly be vomited out of the land that He bequeathed to our forefathers (read Leviticus 20). The process is well underway.
Our love for the Palestinians and world peace does not blind us to domestic issues like abortion on demand, where Mr Trump is on the right side. We probably please very few by saying that, but we have never operated a popularity contest. We operate a Truth Mission and this is a truth we dare not dismiss. We hope and pray Trump will be obstructed in his foreign policy and strengthened in his last-ditch attempt to help save our nation from the propitiation of Molech and the empowerment of the Obama revolution by means of a continuing Third World invasion.
Here (below) we reprint two brief analyses of the election. The first, by Gerald Seib, demonstrates that the nation, despite the mass media being biased against the GOP with a malice seldom witnessed since the days of yellow journalism, did not abandon or repudiate Trump. The base stood by him despite a hellstorm of media calumny and the Deep State’s last inning “October surprise” in the form of the dreadful Pittsburg synagogue massacre, and fake “mail bombs” sent to Democrats.
The second takeaway is from the New York Times and shows the degree to which the Democrats are depending on the replacement of us with a population transfer from the Third World in order to gain power.
We conclude with a few ominous words from Patrick J. Buchanan illuminating an unstated fact — that in the final analysis, it may be true that what killed our American dream was our collective refusal to have the three children per couple that is the bare minimum necessary to continue our existence as a people. The fault is ours. No politician, including Trump, has placed the blame where it truly belongs.
By ginning up energy and turnout among his core voters, he (Trump) helped the GOP take over a Senate seat in Indiana, for example, and to easily hang onto one in Tennessee that once appeared in peril…..
Crucially, the Republican campaign to redraw the federal courts with a steady stream of conservative judges can and will continue. Moreover, the Senate that emerges from Tuesday’s voting will be more friendly to the president than was the version of the last two years. The GOP Senators who were most vexsome to the president—Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona and Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee, neither of whom sought re-election—are gone, and those who remain owe Mr Trump a debt of gratitude.
The verdict, in short, was a mixed one, with the losses not much different from those a president normally suffers in the first midterm after taking office…Mr. Trump met a powerful force in the form of women voters, who made up 52% of the voters and went for Democrats by an 18-point margin overall, according to AP VoteCast, a pre-election and Election Day survey of 90,000 voters.
— Gerald F. Seib
In two marquee races in the South, progressive African-American candidates for governor captured the imagination of liberals across the country. One fell to defeat at the hands of Trump acolytes, and the other’s future was in doubt — a sign that steady demographic change across the region was proceeding too gradually to lift Democrats definitively to victory.
...Though there were signs that demographic change was loosening Republicans’ grip on the Sun Belt, those changes did not arrive quickly enough for candidates like Mr Gillum and Mr O’Rourke. And the Democratic collapse in rural areas that began to plague their candidates under President Obama worsened Tuesday across much of the political map.
…by maintaining the intense support of his red-state conservative base, Mr Trump strengthened his party’s hold on the Senate and extended Republican dominance of several swing states crucial to his re-election campaign, including Florida, Iowa and Ohio, where the G.O.P. retained the governorships.
In the states Mr Trump made a priority — Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri — he came away with several marquee victories for Senate and governor.
Among the major races of the night, Senator Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri and Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, three moderate Democrats in increasingly conservative states, were decisively defeated thanks to Republican strength in small towns and rural areas.
Many voters were waiting to see if the country would place a check on Mr Trump and Republican power in Washington and if antagonism toward the president would fuel a wave of Republican losses. But just as Mr Trump shocked many Americans with his victory in the Electoral College in 2016, the possibility that he might receive a political boost Tuesday with Republican wins in the Senate — if not a mandate for the next two years — was a bracing thought for Democrats and an energizing one for Republicans.
Politically, continued mass migration to the USA by peoples of color, who vote 70-90 percent Democratic, is going to change our country… Red state America will inevitably turn blue.