Richard Spencer discusses the firing of Anthony Scaramucci, how Trump is becoming isolated without being independent, and how the firing might stall his populist agenda.
Richard Spencer is American Editor of AltRight.com; he’s President of The National Policy Institute and founder of RadixJournal.com.
31 Comments on "Sympathy For Scaramucci"
Trump’s election was noted by some bright sparks as the chance to avoid a civil war.
Perhaps it just delayed it.
The US will turn into South Africa if the decline of white people does not reverse immediately.
You’d be a fool to accept an appointment from Donald Chump. It requires total divestment so you can toe the line trying to keep his ego inflated long enough to accomplish anything, always wondering if you’ll hear the classic “your fired” before you can. I had hopes for Chump, but he can’t get over himself long enough to learn how to govern and steamroll the libshits into the garbage bin of history.
I like him, but he’s a fucking idiot. This isn’t a fucking reality TV show. Have some fucking self awareness. Wops have very little of that.
Calm down Wise Man.
I think you have to pay attention to the MSM to even be aware of this guy. I realized my salvation didn’t lie with being MSM, in fact, just the opposite. We really don’t need Jew news to survive and in my world, you don’t have to apologize for Roman saluting
Stop talking about Trump. Stop thinking about Trump. He’s nothing.
It’s ridiculous. The fact is Trump did more to remove Zionists from scrutiny than anything since the 911 psyop on the unwashed masses occurred
I think they are pretending Trump was ever sympathetic to racialists ideas. He wasn’t. He threw them a couple bones to get their votes
Of course, the fact he’s talking about it seems to imply they are waiting for more bones to be thrown, anything to make racialists feel loved in the JWO.
Keep dreaming or psyoping or whatever this is
Dreaming sounds about right.
Trump’s a strange case–unique, in world history. He seems to have come into the presidency with no understanding at all of governance, not merely of American governance but of governance in general, as it has been seen since ancient Mesopotamia. That a person with such a limited grasp of human affairs has had the business success that he’s had is a riddle.
I am still hopeful.If he is not on our side then why is the GOP and the Neo Cons trying their best to get rid of him?
I am not an American,but remain hopeful of the AltRight.Race is all,we must continue with our struggle regardless of those who have the reins.The House of Cards is crumbling,the enemy is identified, we must preserve our culture,our people at all costs.
Brother, for you not being American you sure have a firm grasp of everything going on here.
“You’ll probably be disappointed…” Hahaha. Very funny. Disgusted is the word. Over and out.
A riddle with one answer—capitalism.
cernovich was saying that no one will want to work for him for fear of being fired. who cares about jobs this is war. we stand or fall together. muh family wont protect you and you cant protect them
he said and did good things but it would have come with baggage. the deed is done and everyone can move on 🙂
Kobach at Homeland?
Scaramucci has the personality we need in the AG position. Not that he’d have a chance getting approved by this RINO Congress.
Mucc is a multi millionaire with a law degree ,he’ll be just fine .
Perhaps Trump isn’t a fan of Punch N Judy?
Scaramucci seemed to raise the possibility of a shakeup and a change in tactics, while Kelly seems like a more pro-establishment, status quo choice.
And the description of Trump as isolated but not independent seems correct.
Trump hasn’t really fully betrayed us on any issue, but he seems to be in a very weak position, unable to accomplish much and surrounded by enemies, who are constantly urging him to betray his base, so he will have no support and can be destroyed.
LOL! Good stuff.
Fribergs a pretty tall dude.
Yes, the optics of this vid are quite delicious.