Unlike Hillary Clinton, who accepts bribes from foreign governments, and Ted Cruz who lies to win elections, and Marco Rubio who betrayed his voters with the Gang of 8 Bill, Trump cares only about power.
Trump is an unelectable egotistical bully, we’ve been told since he entered the race, and he also has a ceiling of 30%.
Trump has brought in a record number of voters, smashing the “ceiling.”
Now that Trump has smashed his “ceiling” of support, people ask asking me, “Why Trump and not Cruz or Rubio?”
Cruz and Rubio fell for college rape culture hysteria.
Unlike Trump, Senators Cruz and Rubio refused to stand up for the due process rights of men.
The Senate will hold a hearing Wednesday to discuss the alleged “epidemic” of campus sexual assault and how to combat the problem. To the dismay of due process advocates, the hearing panels are stacked against fair hearings for students.
During these hearings, social justice warriors and radical feminists argued that men should be presumed guilty of rape:
When asked about how “yes means yes” policies empower accusers, University of California president Janet Napolitano responded that they “shift the burden of proof,” essentially turning the justice system on its head.
Where were Senators Rubio and Cruz during these hearings, which SJWs used to argue in favor of convicting innocent men of rape?
Cruz and Rubio believe that women are just as likely to be raped on college campuses as they are in the Congo. That, or Rubio and Cruz were too afraid to speak up for men.
The rape culture hysteria heuristic.
If you believe in college rape culture, I understand a lot about you:
- You’re a gullible fool who believes feminists.
- You trust the mainstream media.
- You are afraid to question narratives.
Both Cruz and Rubio fell for college rape culture hysteria. As Senators in a Republican-led Senate, they refused to support due process or the rights of men.
“OMG! The Black Vote!”
Trump will lose the elections because blacks don’t like him, even though many hip-hop artists have immortalized him in songs.
Do you know who else blacks don’t like? Me.
That’s right. I’m a notorious Internet racist, which is laughable to any man who has attended a Gorilla Mindset seminar or meet-up. It’s like the freaking rainbow coalition of men.
Trump is me on a large scale and SJWs would kill to have my diversity numbers. Trump is gonna get highest black vote in decades.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) February 28, 2016
Relatedly, what about the man vote or the white vote or the white man vote? Is it smart to take white male voters like myself for granted?
The African-American vote only increased by about 300,000 votes, or 0.2 percent, from 2008 to 2012. The Latino vote increased by a healthier 1.7 million votes, while the “other” category increased by about 470,000 votes.
This is nothing to sneeze at, but in terms of the effect on the electorate, it is dwarfed by the decline in the number of whites. Again, if our assumption about the total number of votes cast is correct, almost 7 million fewer whites voted in 2012 than in 2008.
Read more: The Case of the Missing White Voter.
If Trump fails to win the nomination, I won’t vote for anyone. Cruz and Rubio want men to be expelled from college based on lies. Hillary won’t be much worse.
Trump won’t disavow [insert hate group here]!
Why won’t Donald Trump disavow all of the hateful people who claim to support him?
- Why did Barack Obama allow the Black Panthers to intimidate voters?
- Why is tax fraud and murderer Al Sharpton allowed on television?
- Has anyone renounced William Ayers, a convicted terrorist?
- Will Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders renounce the violent threats made by Black Twitter?
- Floyd Lee Corkins murdered innocent people after visiting the SPLC’s website. Renounce him!
- BlackLivesMatter supporters put a U.S. Marine in a coma. Will the media demand that Clinton and Sanders renounce BLM?
Funny how you never hear those questions asked, do you?
The right is so used to playing defense that they can’t understand Trump or even see what the game is.
The media game of disavowals.
The left-wing media will never make Democrats disavow their crazies, so why should Republicans play that game?
When you disavow a group, you are letting the other side frame the debate. They make you dance like a puppet.
You also give them ammo when they want you to disavow some other group. For example, Megyn Kelly of FoxNews could ask in a debate, “Mr. Trump, you have disavowed David Duke and the KKK. What about those Twitter racists? Why won’t you disavow them?!”
When liberals begin disavowing Black Twitter, we can talk about Trump’s next move.
I have been right about Trump, you have been wrong.
Not to gloat, but I have been right about Trump.
I know more than the “experts,” because I write about issues others do not.
Why do my meet-ups have blacks, Mexicans, Indians, Muslims, Jews, and Christians all show up?
Because despite our racism (we are all racist to some degree), we understand that masculinity is under attack. Black men understand that BlackLivesMatter is a Soros-run front to destroy black families. We are willing to wait to fight about racial issues once we get this gender stuff sorted out. We thus come to the table as men talking about masculine issues.
“You’re movement is tiny, Mike!”
Everyone says that our issues are marginal. Yet you know what my biggest problem is? It’s outreach.
Whenever I met a group of men under 30, they follow my Twitter account and start reading Danger & Play.
Gorilla Mindset has two giant gorillas on it, and I sell more books than Greg Gutfeld, who has his own show on FoxNews.
At least 20% of men under 30 think as I do, and at least 50% of them think like us to some degree.
Our movement is huge. Men just don’t know there are so many of us, and thus in a way keep their mouths shut.
P.S. I was right about Trump. If you called his ceiling or relied on conventional wisdom, it’s time to own that.
Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe. But you have already been proven wrong.
But, again, it’s not your fault that you were wrong. They don’t let people like me speak on TV or give me columns in the NY Times, even though – again – the free market has proven there’s strong demand for me.
Stop watching TV and listening to experts. They were all wrong about Trump.
Come to a seminar (which only cost the price of a book) or meet-up (which is free).
Your eyes will be opened.
Trump is not a fluke. He’s symbolic of a movement.