Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Affirmative Action Report: Blind Hero Worship


Coulter is really no different from the "movement" as a whole:

Speculation that columnist Ann Coulter might not be disinclined to Donald Trump’s candidacy began when she characterized her attitude toward him as “blind worship…like the North Korean people with their dear, dear leader.” Her description of him as “my hero, our savior” and “the greatest candidate for president ever” did little to dispel the rumors.

The "savior" seems to be postponing his speech on immigration. Curious, indeed.  After all, if he was just sticking to his previously stated positions, why the delay?  It doesn't take too long for his staff to write something up expressing his original ideas in better language.  The delay suggests something else, but we'll find out soon enough.

Also curious that if Trump is being worshiped as a god (and he is, by many precincts of the "movement") than why aren't those who supported Trump during the primary campaign considered the "holy anointed ones" and those who opposed him (and continue to oppose him from within the GOP) considered to be the "evil blasphemers?"

Well, irresistible force meets immovable object: Der Movement's Trump worship meets its strident and dogmatic ethnic affirmative action program, so watch the cognitive dissonance ensue!