Trump Must Fight on: If not us, Who? If not now, When?

By Wayne Allensworth

Joe Biden has declared victory—and promised to root out “systemic racism.” This means you, fellow deplorables…

The President has vowed to fight on:

Meanwhile…According to Jennifer Rubin, the Dems have a list:

“Any R now promoting rejection of an election or calling to not to follow the will of voters or making baseless allegations of fraud should never serve in office, join a corporate board, find a faculty position or be accepted into ‘polite’ society. We have a list.”

And Michael Anton tells us what it all means:

“If the Democrats just ram these election results through without explaining, then the legitimacy not just of our electoral system but of our entire government may suffer a fatal blow…

Whether that conclusion resigns the latter [Middle America—WA] to apathy or stirs them to rebellion is the question that will determine the course of our politics going forward.”

The rebellion, my friends, is long overdue.

Neil Kumar has written on “The Story of the Century”—the “color revolution” against Trump:

 “…The hour is late. It is only a matter of time before the international media begin to report that the transfer of power has failed, and that President Trump is ‘refusing to leave office.’ Does it make sense now why every ‘journalist’ for the past four years has spent hours of airtime speculating on that very scenario? The Biden campaign has already begun referring to the President as a ‘trespasser’ in the White House. Retired Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, one of the ghouls who brought us the Iraq War and a member of the extremely ominous ‘Transition Integrity Project,’ recently fantasized about the military massacring Trump supporters in the streets. Only time will tell what will happen; for now, events are in the driver’s seat.

One thing is clear, though: the hour fast approaches when the patriots of America must stand. We will soon be presented with an opportunity to show that we are not the emasculated, diversity-whipped cattle that ‘our’ ruling class so clearly believes we are. Will the seventy million red-blooded Americans who voted for Donald Trump lay down and allow our nation to be stolen from us? As the great Pat Buchanan put it, ‘Will Middle America go gentle into that good night?’ With every breath I take, I pray that the answer is no, that this will be the moment we look back upon as the genesis of a true American renaissance. Which way, American man?”

Which way, indeed.  It’s clear that the president’s enemies have long seen not only him, but us, the “deplorables,” Middle America, Legacy America, Heritage America, or as we have dubbed our people, the American remnant, as a “trespasser” in their grand project, a utopian vision in which we have no place.  They are attempting to steal an election, having stolen our country right out from under us.

The president should not concede anything. He should continue to pursue every legal remedy possible for as long as possible.  In the meantime, he should be holding rallies, and, as some have suggested, appear on Tucker Carlson’s program to state his case and ours. 

We have not been the aggressors.  We have not formed mobs and burned down major cities.  We have not “de-platformed” our opponents, had them fired from their jobs, and denied them financial or other services. We have not routinely carried out physical attacks against them. We have not acted cynically to subvert the political process. We have every right to defend ourselves.  And we have a duty to ourselves, our ancestors, and our posterity, to defend what is ours.

We have been patient, too patient.  We cannot allow apathy, resignation, and complacency to destroy us. I do not want to see us succumb collectively to a mass “death of despair.”

We must be prepared for whatever may come.  Our enemies may overreach and give us an opening.

If not us, who?  If not now, when?  

Wayne Allensworth is a Corresponding Editor of Chronicles magazine. He is the author of The Russian Question: Nationalism, Modernization, and Post-Communist Russia, and a novel, Field of Blood

2 comments

  • Sounds like you are in the first stage of Grief – Denial. You are moving towards the second stage quickly – Anger. The third and most crucial stage is Depression. I hope you eventually make it to the final stage – Acceptance. Stop trying to rally people to your own moment of personal crisis. The election is over. Your candidate lost. Accept it.

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    • If you think that was a free and fair election, it’s you who are denying reality, not us. And if you can’t help yourself from making personal cracks don’t bother commenting, you will not be posted.

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