Excerpt, emphasis added:
The Republican Party will continue to lose presidential elections if it comes across as mean-spirited and unwelcoming toward people of color, Donald Trump tells Newsmax.
Whether intended or not, comments and policies of Mitt Romney and other Republican candidates during this election were seen by Hispanics and Asians as hostile to them, Trump says.
“Republicans didn’t have anything going for them with respect to Latinos and with respect to Asians,” the billionaire developer says.
“The Democrats didn’t have a policy for dealing with illegal immigrants, but what they did have going for them is they weren’t mean-spirited about it,” Trump says. “They didn’t know what the policy was, but what they were is they were kind.”
Romney’s solution of “self deportation” for illegal aliens made no sense and suggested that Republicans do not care about Hispanics in general, Trump says.
He had a crazy policy of self deportation which was maniacal,” Trump says. “It sounded as bad as it was, and he lost all of the Latino vote,” Trump notes. “He lost the Asian vote. He lost everybody who is inspired to come into this country.”
The GOP has to develop a comprehensive policy “to take care of this incredible problem that we have with respect to immigration, with respect to people wanting to be wonderful productive citizens of this country,” Trump says.
Of course, people can change their minds, but perhaps all the heavy breathing, hands-moving-on-crotches, Trump-Onan crowd had better calm down and see what develops, rather than anointing "The Donald" as the White Messiah.
Essentially, we have:
1) The Trump-Onan cream-the-pants crowd, consisting of the likes of rabid anti-racialist HBD conservatives (Derbyshire), moderate pro-Jewish HBD-oriented racialists (Amren), and HBD-obsessed juvenile "gamesters" (CH/Roissy). Note that the rabid pro-Trump group all have HBD in common.
2) The Trump-Skeptic crowd, consisting of radical (anti-HBD) national socialists (Sallis), nationalist traditionalists (Parrott), etc.
3) Folks who have moved from moderate enthusiasm to moderate skepticism (MacDonald).
I believe that in the long run, the skeptical groups 2 and 3 will be seen as more mature and prudent - even if (highly unlikely) Trump proves to be the "real deal." After being burned so many times, isn't prudence...prudent? And if the other shoe drops on "The Donald" and the "movement" ends up having egg on its face as usual, you'll know once again who shows good judgment and who does not.