RINOs, Reagan Republicans, and the Alt Right: A short primer for liberals

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I see a lot of confusion in the left about what is really happening on the right. And, why the left's tactics don't seem to work anymore.

You basically have 3 types of conservatives now. I'm leaving out Libertarians, because they can be all over the map.

1. RINOs:

Probably the smallest group calling themselves conservative. Basically, these are career politicians who are globalist liberals at heart, who are in politics to make money. They'd sell their grandmother for a nice juicy donation. They might have one or two conservative issues they believe in, but they will always be money orientated. They are what you think of when you think of greedy Republicans only interested in helping the wealthy and beholden to corporations.

There are a few non-politicians that are RINOs; some corporate heads or Neocon Israel lobbyists, but very few regular Americans.

If a RINO ends up on your side, be careful. They are traitors and will stab you in the back. 200 years ago we would have hung them, but now we're just going to primary them into oblivion.

Examples: John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Paul Ryan, Bob Corker, Jeff Flake.


2. REAGAN REPUBLICANS

Okay, the above was wordy, so I'll keep this more concise. Your grandparent's conservatives. The Greatest Generation. Solid, hard working people, who could have run this country perfectly forever if it wasn't for cultural Marxists and their 1965 immigration travesty.

Reagan Republicans just did not know how the f-ck to deal with cultural Marxists.

Examples: Reagan, Bob Dole, the Tea Party.


3. THE ALT RIGHT

By far the largest group of conservatives. Nationalists and patriots that put Trump in office and fully intend to take this country back and destroy cultural Marxism and globalism.

A large age demographic, but leans heavily to youth. Extremely well informed on the tactics of cultural Marxists, their media, and the neo-left. More internet savvy than any other political group. Also, the new counterculture in many ways, fighting the aging leftist establishment.

The group that has the White House and basically controls everything now. To be blunt, the leftist's worst nightmare. But, populist enough to find common ground with center-right Dems, or what they used to call Reagan Democrats.

The new face of the Republican Party, but not beholden to it.

Examples: President Trump, Steve Bannon, Henry Gorka, Stephen Miller, Sundance, MAGA
 
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I see a lot of confusion in the left about what is really happening on the right. And, why the left's tactics don't seem to work anymore.

You basically have 3 types of conservatives now. I'm leaving out Libertarians, because they can be all over the map.

1. RINOs:

Probably the smallest group calling themselves conservative. Basically, these are career politicians who are globalist liberals at heart, who are in politics to make money. They'd sell their grandmother for a nice juicy donation. They might have one or two conservative issues they believe in, but they will always be money orientated. They are what you think of when you think of greedy Republicans only interested in helping the wealthy and beholden to corporations.

There are a few non-politicians that are RINOs; some corporate heads or Neocon Israel lobbyists, but very few regular Americans.

If a RINO ends up on your side, be careful. They are traitors and will stab you in the back. 200 years ago we would have hung them, but now we're just going to primary them into oblivion.

Examples: John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Paul Ryan, Bob Corker, Jeff Flake.


2. REAGAN REPUBLICANS

Okay, the above was wordy, so I'll keep this more concise. Your grandparent's conservatives. The Greatest Generation. Solid, hard working people, who could have run this country perfectly forever if it wasn't for cultural Marxists and their 1965 immigration travesty.

Reagan Republicans just did not know how the f-ck to deal with cultural Marxists.

Examples: Reagan, Bob Dole, the Tea Party.


3. The Alt Right

By far the largest group of conservatives. Nationalists and patriots that put Trump in office and fully intend to take this country back and destroy cultural Marxism and globalism.

A large age demographic, but leans heavily to youth. Extremely well informed on the tactics of cultural Marxists, their media, and the neo-left. More internet savvy than any other political group. Also, the new counterculture in many ways, fighting the aging leftist establishment.

The group that has the White House and basically controls everything now. To be blunt, the leftist's worst nightmare. But, populist enough to find common ground with center-right Dems, or what they used to call Reagan Democrats.

The new face of the Republican Party, but not beholden to it.

Examples: President Trump, Steve Bannon, Henry Gorka, Stephen Miller, Sundance, MAGA
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Reagan Republicans just did not know how the f-ck to deal with cultural Marxists.

Examples: Reagan, Bob Dole, the Tea Party.
That's not accurate at all. (No surprise from you)
The Tea Party (Klan unhooded) came into the spotlight in 2008 and disappeared from the mainstream shortly before Obama's 2nd term ended.
We all know what that was about.

 
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That's not accurate at all. (No surprise from you)
The Tea Party (Klan unhooded) came into the spotlight in 2008 and disappeared from the mainstream shortly before Obama's 2nd term ended.
We all know what that was about.

The Tea Party is still around mainly in isolated areas. Their focus seems to be on Soros and their hatred of "the Jews" besides their rants against BLM and generally any group that is not their "own kind". There's a monthly meetup group off of Hwy 113 south of Yuba City.
 
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That's not accurate at all. (No surprise from you)
The Tea Party (Klan unhooded) came into the spotlight in 2008 and disappeared from the mainstream shortly before Obama's 2nd term ended.
We all know what that was about.

Wrong, as usual.

However, Obama lit a fire under the Tea Party.

Reagan Republicans did not like Obama.

He was not what they imagined the country to be when they fought WW2.
 
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The Tea Party is passe now, and was absorbed into the Alt Right, along with other Reagan Republicans.
 
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The Tea Party is still around mainly in isolated areas. Their focus seems to be on Soros and their hatred of "the Jews" besides their rants against BLM and generally any group that is not their "own kind". There's a monthly meetup group off of Hwy 113 south of Yuba City.
The Tea Party is mostly about the evils of socialism and Marxism (socialism scares them more than it does the Alt Right). They probably don't even know who George Soros is, unless an Alt Right person has red pilled them.

The Tea Party was just Reagan Republicans that went actively political when Obama emerged on the scene.

You guys need to say goodbye to 2008, and catch the train to 2017. LOL

Still bitching and whining about the Tea Party is like us bitching about some outdated has-been like Jesse Jackson's Rainbow Coalition.
 
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The Tea Party is mostly about the evils of socialism and Marxism. They probably don't ven know who George Soros is, unless an Alt Right person has red pilled them.

The Tea Party was just Reagan Democarts that went actively political when Obama emerged on the scene.

You guys need to say goodbye to 2008, and catch the train to 2017. LOL

Still bitching and whining about the Tea Party is like us bitching about some has been like Jesse Jackson's Rainbow Coalition.
Reagan Democrats are generally dead too. Time marches on, old boy.