In 2018 George Hawley, one of the few objective academics studying the far-right in America, estimated that around 11 million Americans -- about 1/6th of Trump's popular vote in 2016-- share white nationalist beliefs.
Hawley, under immense political pressure, later claimed a rounding error and cut this number in half. Yet when we look at the margin of Trump's sinking poll numbers with whites compared to his exit polls in 2016, the data suggests the original 11 million number was right.
Anecdotal evidence also shows the polls of Trump losing by double digits are not mere "fake news." Last Saturday's Tulsa rally, intended to commemorate an anti-white racial narrative about riots in the city in 1921, was poorly attended for the same reason the Detroit Tigers' stadium is always empty: Trump never delivers wins to his fans.
With the election nearing, Trump's ineffectual presidency is all he has. He risks losing by a historic margin and taking the GOP down with him. The president has no choice but to dust off the old recipe of Pat Buchanan policies with Ross Perot money: either make the "racists" (nationalists) happy or they will stay home.
The foul mouthed but astute Trumpworld figure turned critic Anthony Scaramucci has said as much. “There’s really only one strategy left for him, and that is to propel that rage and anger and try to split the society and see if he can have a tribal leadership win here,” a coded reference to the abandoned, demoralized and besieged white masses.
Trump appears to be heeding the call. In the three days following the Tulsa rally Trump has done more for working white people than in almost four years as king of Israel and serf of Wall Street. The overpaid campaign manager pulling Trump in an "anti-racist" conservative direction, Brad Parscale, appears to be ready to resign.
So far this week, Trump has finally signed an executive order that bans H1-Bs and delays the continuing third worldification of tech work until next January. Yesterday, he spread awareness about a video of a horrific black-on-white racial attack, which anti-white media figures are already starting to complain about. On the same day, Trump told Fox he plans to draw up another executive order that will use federal powers to protect monuments of great white men currently being destroyed by anarchist terrorists with permission from local governments across the country.
After two election cycles of Trump promising big then being exposed as lying, the president has no choice but to deliver more than bluster and White House soap operas about "presidential harassment." His personality cult, which he leans into in lieu of concrete policy changes, is no longer enough.
Trump has no choice but to -- very publicly -- sideline Zionist neo-liberal Jared Kushner at least until the final votes are counted. He will likely make at least one serious effort to fight the FBI, which is nothing more than anti-white secret police.
He may even begin taking populist stances when directly faced with Joe Biden, like taxing Wall Street, forgiving student debt, or making health care a right rather than a privilege. Trump will not make good on any of these promises if he makes them, but he could catch the Democrats, who are eager to distance themselves from socialist ideas that upset their own donors, off-guard in a debate.
What kind of tricks Trump has up his sleeve is something we can only speculate on, but he has already exhausted all other options at his disposal other than running as a crypto-Nazi. From now until November, Trump has no choice but to start pulling live white rabbits out of his hat. He can't win without the white nationalist vote and his campaign from here on out will make this obvious.
The challenge for nationalists is to continue withholding support unless we are granted specific concessions: pardon for all Charlottesville political prisoners in prison for self-defense at the hands of the people currently killing, maiming, and looting, a meaningful remedy for social media censorship, specifically address white people by name, and serious action on immigration like a ban on birth right citizenship.
Voting for the Republican Party has gone from useless to dangerous. Recent rulings at the majority conservative Supreme Court reveal that the Washington right will not defend either the First or Second Amendments or uphold the right of a sitting president to undo executive orders of previous presidents. They will however pave the way to force Catholic schools to hire drag queens.
It is a facade of an institution, really just a club for homosexual thieves, Zionist toadies and corporate lobbyists. It is too corrupt to represent the majority, doesn't want to represent the majority, and voting extra hard for them rather than letting them die will only guarantee four more years of escalating humiliation and oppression at the hands of their donors, who also finance and support the most bestial elements of the Judeo-Left.
The Democrats will be just as bad or worse, but a historic defeat for the GOP will leave a vacuum for a worthwhile political vehicle willing to reject Jewish money and defend normal people.
It must be built from scratch. The time to start is now.