Cantor Loses by 11 Million Voters

Ann Coulter, June 11, 2014

Economics professor Dave Brat crushed House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the Republican primary Tuesday night, in a campaign that was mostly about Cantor’s supporting amnesty for 11 million illegal aliens.

This marks the first time a U.S. House majority leader has ever lost a primary election.

His crushing defeat reinforces a central point: Whenever the voters know an election is about immigration, they will always vote against more immigration–especially amnesty.

Cantor spent more than $5 million on his campaign. Brat spent less than $150,000. But Brat made the election about Cantor’s support for amnesty, so he won.

The pro-amnesty crowd–i.e., everyone except the American people–promptly lost its collective mind. The amnesty shills went on the attack, insisting that Cantor’s historic defeat had nothing to do amnesty. Brat’s triumph was touted as simply a victory for the “tea party.”

Of course, these are the same people who also try to persuade us that amnesty isn’t “amnesty,” illegal aliens aren’t “illegal aliens” (they’re “undocumented workers”!), and that there are 30 million jobs Americans won’t do at any price.

In fact, however, the tea party had nothing to do with Brat’s victory. Only the small, local tea party groups stand for anything anymore, but they’re as different from the media-recognized “tea party” as lay Catholics are from the Catholic bishops.

National tea party groups did not contribute dime one to Brat. Not Freedom Works, not Club for Growth, not the Tea Party Express, not Tea Party Patriots. They were too busy denouncing Sen. Mitch McConnell–who has consistently voted against amnesty.

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The Tea Party Express, for example, “represents” the views of ordinary Americans by supporting Chamber of Commerce demands for cheap labor through amnesty.

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Nonetheless, the claim that Brat’s victory was a win for the tea party is everywhere–pushed with suspicious insistence by people who do not usually wish the Republican Party well. Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schulz, for example, said: “Tonight’s result in Virginia settles the debate once and for all–the tea party has taken control of the Republican Party. Period.”

Liberals apparently want Brat’s victory to be seen as a win for the tea party, and not a defeat for amnesty.

At least acknowledging the obvious–Brat’s victory was about amnesty–New York’s Sen. Chuck Schumer said: “Cantor’s defeat does not change the fundamental fact that Republicans will become a minority party if they don’t address our broken immigration system.”

And if anyone has the Republican Party’s best interests at heart, it’s gotta be Chuck Schumer!

Is Schumer’s harangue enough to convince the bubbleheads in the GOP to say: Let’s take it to the Democrats on this issue! They could start by asking Schumer: “How come we don’t get to have the same immigration policy that Israel does?”

I like Israel’s immigration policy: instant, unapologetic, unsentimental deportation of illegal aliens. Schumer obviously supports that policy, too. It’s one of many Israeli policies we might try here at home, if only Schumer would let us.

Could it be that Schumer cares more about the survival of Israel than he does about the survival of the Republican Party?

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Cantor’s idiotic statements about amnesty lit up talk radio, were denounced daily on major websites such as Breitbart.com, and were the dominant theme of Brat’s campaign, especially in the last few months. The influential Kausfiles.com became a one-man Eric Cantor Rapid Response Team on amnesty.

Brat didn’t just win; he walloped Cantor, 55.5 percent to 45.5 percent.

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  • D.B. Cooper

    STILL, Still, STILL the GOP will not learn The Lesson! They will claim that they didn’t reach out hard enough to attract black voters.

    • Alfred the Great

      And “latino” voters.

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        • Puggg

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        • That is just absurd.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Jared is so mainstream now he gets generic spammers.

        • MikeofAges

          You go, grrrl.

    • TruthBeTold

      They’re also confusing this with Lindsey Graham.

      They don’t understand that the reason Graham won the primary was because he had 6 challengers splitting the vote.

      Had he been up against one, he would have lost by the same margin.

      • Alfred the Great

        This is what I keep trying to tell the people in my area. Find a strong candidate and run him. You only split the vote when you run a bunch of guys at an incumbent.

      • Graham only got 57% of the vote, and if there was only one credible challenger to him, it may have turned out differently.

        By contrast, South Carolina’s other Senator, the big lug with a dark tan that voted against amnesty and open borders, also had a primary yesterday, and got 90% of the vote. That differential is not a coincidence, and it has an object lesson.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          I read bloggers say that 6 challengers diluted their votes. If they had all coalesced behind the best challenger, Graham would have lost or at least got forced into a run-off. Voters have to stop doing that. In this post-America you can’t vote your conscience anymore. The stakes are too high.

          • TruthBeTold

            I have no doubt the GOP establishment funded at least one of his primary challengers.

      • WR_the_realist

        Except that Lindsey Graham won with more votes that all his opponents got combined. Sad to say, but sometimes the establishment just walks away with a win.

    • They didn’t reach out hard to attract you or me, either.

      • WR_the_realist

        Never, never, never do politicians or media pundits even talk about “getting the white vote”. MSNBC loves to deride the Republicans as The White People’s Party. If only that were so.

        • Juggernaut3000

          Both parties are completely controlled and funded by the same anti-white forces. They’re two sides of the same coin.

          What we Whites need is something different that works in our interests, not against us. I see nothing for Whites in either major party except anti-White policies that hasten our genocide.

  • dd121

    I for one am not surprised by this result. What Republican conservative wants to legalize millions of aliens to vote in American elections thereby putting the historic American nation into second class status.

    • Alfred the Great

      Historically, America was designed to be a country comprised of nations, which were the States. That’s where the term E Pluribus Unum comes from. The phrase does not pertain to the people of the country, it pertains to the States that comprise the country.

      • Juggernaut3000

        This country was designated for Whites by the founders of this country.

        The US was created solely by White people. Until just a few decades ago she was 90% White.

        The Constitution dedicates America to “ Secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and OUR Posterity.”

        That was White people writing those words, so they meant White people`s Posterity, not the non-White global herd of “New Citizens” the anti-Whites have foisted on us.

        1790, the second session of the first Congress approved the new nation’s initial effort to codify the rules under which foreign-born persons could become U.S. citizens.

        The Naturalization Act of 1790 specified that “any alien, being a free White person,” could apply for citizenship, so long as he or she lived in the United States for at least two years, and in the state where the application was filed for at least a year.

        • JohnEngelman

          The Constitution dedicates America to “ Secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and OUR Posterity.”

          – Juggernaut300

          The United States Constitution also says, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

          – Fourteenth Amendment, Section 1.

          This is an explicit acknowledgement that people of all races and nationalities deserve to be here.

          • I disagree. We must be a people of laws, but when the Constitution says nonsense, the Constitution is wrong.

          • JohnEngelman

            Many on the right claim to revere the Constitution, as though it defends their political ideology. Those who do so cannot pick and choose. They need to support the entire Constitution.

          • I didn’t vote for those things, so I do get to pick and choose.

          • JohnEngelman

            You do not make Constitutional arguments, so my comments are not really addressed to you.

            I lack reverence for the United States Constitution, those who wrote it, and those who signed it. “The Founding Fathers,” so called, were intelligent, and well educated for their day. Nevertheless, they were products of their time and class. They had valid insights, but they were not sages of infinite wisdom.

            I prefer the British Parliamentary system. However, as long as the United States electorate is as polarized as it is I think we should muddle through with what we have.

            The deficiencies of what exists are palpable. The deficiencies of what has yet to exist may be worse than we can imagine.

            I do not want a Second Constitutional Convention until there is a broad general consensus among the American people about the kind of government and the kind of economic system we should have.

          • I can make any argument I like, Constitutional or otherwise.

          • JohnEngelman

            If course. And anyone has the right to disagree.

          • Mason Gull

            The 14th Amendment was written after the Civil War in order to ensure that freedmen could become citizens. The people who revere the constitution tend to revere it in its original form. Later amendments, though respected, are usually not held in the same regard as the original.

            I’m sure that those who love the constitution would agree that people who gained citizenship under the 14th amendment should be allowed to remain citizens, but they might also argue that the 14th amendment should be repealed to better serve the needs of modern America.

          • I do not agree that they should remain citizens. Retroactively stripped of citizenship and expelled to Africa seems proper.

            Survival is always moral.

          • JohnEngelman

            What you advocate could not be achieved after the Civil War. It certainly cannot be achieved now.

          • silviosilver

            That much is true, but segregation can be achieved. Segregation can begin in the mind, go on to shape behavior and transform public discourse, and can eventually find itself legally enshrined. The social results produced by segregation are so desirable that there will always be a market for it.

          • JohnEngelman

            The persistence of de facto segregation in the United States has ironically led to a persistence of benign attitudes among whites about blacks. The civil rights legislation was forced on whites with extensive experience with blacks by whites with little experience.

            In order to know what most blacks are really like one usually needs to see them up close every day on terms of approximate equality in environments where they are in the majority.

            When one has contact with few blacks they are likely to be exceptional, or they are likely to occupy subordinate positions without resentment.

          • We can always have another civil war. I’ve even been to one.

          • JohnEngelman

            I think a civil war in the United States is possible, with all the polarization and all the guns. I certainly hope it does not happen. I doubt the United States could recover from the Second Civil War as quickly and as well as it recovered from the first one.

          • I know we will have one, and sadly we will use hydrogen bombs.

          • If you want that done, it’ll probably happen. It’ll take three years and 60 million KIA. Do you mind?

          • Mason Gull

            Blacks have no history outside of America, they know nothing of Africa, and the native Africans would not accept them if they were to return en masse. Forcible repatriation to Africa would be a death sentence for most black people.

            The problem of the American black man is complex, but I think it can be solved without destroying the black American identity, especially now that they do not present an existential threat to white people.

          • JohnEngelman

            I do not detect much grass roots support for repealing the 14th Amendment. I would like to modify it in order to put an end to anchor babies. Even that would be very difficult to achieve.

          • Mason Gull

            Many people want to put an end to anchor babies, but if they want to accomplish that the 14th amendment has to go. It flatly states that “all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” To my knowledge, it is not possible to change amendments, so we would need a new that repeals the 14th and sets new rules for citizenship.

          • We could fight Civil War Two and turn Mexico City into a deep lake again. Which way do the criminal invaders want it?

          • MikeofAges

            Nor can you.

          • MikeofAges

            Says nothing about who “deserves” to be here. The 14th Amendment was intended to be a guarantee of the right to the equal protection of the law, primarily.

        • Alfred the Great

          Very good comment! It is good to know that there are few people out there who do know the truth. We were a homogenous society and the Fathers (literally) wanted to keep the country that way for their posterity (literally).

    • AndrewInterrupted

      That is very true. The Republicans stand to gain very little from an economic perspective. That’s just the Left controlling the narrative. No fiscal conservative would want 30 million unskilled parasites draining the budget. Makes zero sense.

      • dd121

        When most of these 30 million are voting for Democrats our political system will be permanently gamed by the left. These same people continually moan about how Republicans are trying to “suppress the vote”. What a joke.

        • The Democrats will always have the vote of the greaseritos because they have made a party platform out of giving away goodies to ethnic bloc-voters, goodies that we have to pay for. The Dems have completely abandoned their old constituent group, working-class whites. People like Tim Wise, who gleefully, publicly anticipates the extinction of whites are the new voices of the Democrat party. The GOP isn’t any better; they think they can win our votes by babbling about “patriotism” and Jeeeeeeeeeeeezus.

          I honestly hope the US government goes bankrupt, just so the “free stuff” gravy train of ethnic political patronage ends. I can guarantee everyone here that China does not give a rip whether N’DeShawntavious and LaTrine have easy, faux make-work government jobs or whether Manuel and Maria’s 75 brats have free breakfasts and dinners during summer vacation. They don’t care. I care, but in the diametrically-opposed direction. I want them all unemployed and starving because I am a mean-spirited racist. I want them to have to set their home heat down to 55 F during the winters the way we did. I want them to shoot rabbits and pigeons for fresh meat the way I do. I want them to have to figure out the easy way to get the feathers off a bird after plucking a few (gut them and take the heads and feet off, stuff them, sew them closed, and then pack them in clay before baking. The clay locks in the juices and the feathers later come off with the hardened clay. Bentonite is pretty close to being otherwise useless, except as drilling mud.) I want them wearing six year-old prescription lenses. I want them thinking that hiking boots are something the army issues and that t-shirts come from the ARC thrift store or the Goodwill (30 of them for six dollars back in 2009). I want them completely disabused of the notion that I owe them anything at all.

          An then I want them to leave.

      • Sick of it

        It’s hard to balance the budget when you’re trying to pay for millions more on welfare…

      • JohnEngelman

        The businessmen who have dominated the Republican Party since it was formed in 1854 have difficulty thinking beyond the next profit statement. For them more immigrants mean more job applicants and more customers. These mean that businessmen can cut wages, raise prices, and increase their profit margins.

        • RisingReich

          I’ll agree with you on this matter. Many businessmen worship the false God of money. They think this money will protect them from the negative consequences they create with this misguided immigration policy.
          They are mistaken.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          These people are utterly, egregiously unskilled . They are a complete burden on corporations. It makes zero sense. 30 million welfare sponges and a permanent majority of Democrat voters means higher taxes for corporations. Anyway you slice it—no sense.

    • I can tell you exactly what sort of Republican wants to legalize them: a traitor.

  • Standup Broad

    Ann Coulter does not understand that the American people DO NOT WANT IMMIGRATION in any form. This debate on the meaning of “amnesty” (Coulter / Hume) is a smoke screen.
    Lock up the southern border, fill up the buses & cattle cars, evict any non-citizen NOW.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      What on earth are you talking about, troll??

      Are you new to this side of the planet??

  • Alfred the Great

    We need a lot more true patriots in Congress, if we are ever going to have a chance to save the Republic.

    • JSS

      I like seeing “conservatives” like Cantor lose this badly because it illustrates that there are still plenty of potential Whites who might be open to our own cause. Sadly I don’t think electoral politics in the “Amurrikan” context will save us though. My hope is that when nothing changes for these people they start looking elsewhere for solutions.

  • Publius Pompilius Quitus

    Cantor’s loss might be a surprise, but it would have happened long ago if he didn’t live in a majority-white district. Accordingly, it will happen to him and everyone else in the GOP perpetually if his riff-raff has their way with immigration.

  • Alfred the Great

    While I’m here, will somebody PLEASE tell me what’s wrong with our current immigration system; other than the laws are not being enforced, too many losers are allowed in legally, and there are too many losers in other countries that want to come here.

    • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

      One problem: It puts people of European descent who the same plane as those of any other place on the planet. We sowed the wind in 1965; now we reap the whirlwind:
      SENATOR SAM ERVIN’s SENATE STATEMENT ON THE IMMIGRATION ACT OF 1965

      “Mr. Secretary…you take the English-speaking people, they gave us our language, they gave us our common law, they gave us a large part of our political philosophy….The reason I say this bill is discriminatory against those people is because it puts them on exactly the same plane as the people of Ethiopia are put, where the people of Ethiopia have the same right to come to the United States under this bill as the people from England, the people of France, the people of Germany, the people of Holland…

      “I don’t know of any contributions that Ethiopia has made to the making of America. The point I am making is, we discriminate every day in every phase of life, we make discriminations in law, we make them in our personal actions, we discriminate in our opinions…we discriminate by the girls we marry, choose one and object to the choice of another, or they object to us.

      “The only possible charge of discrimination in the McCarran-Walter Act [1952 legislation which maintained the quota system strongly favoring European countries as source countries for immigration] is that it discriminates in favor of the people who made the greatest contribution to America, and this bill puts them on the same plane as everybody else on earth.

      “Finally: I do not think you could draft an immigration bill in which you do not discriminate. I think discrimination is ordinarily the exercise of intelligence to make conscious choices…I think there is a rational basis and a reasonable basis to give a preference to Holland over Afghanistan, and I hope I am not entertaining a very iniquitous thought when I entertain that honest opinion.”

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        Good old fashioned common sense. Too bad it’s a thing of the past.

      • ricpic

        The brainwashing has gone so deep that nine out of ten think discrimination is b-a-a-a-d, when all discrimination is is THINKING.

      • WR_the_realist

        Wow. It is inconceivable that any politician today would make a statement like that. Not unless Jared Taylor was in congress. I’m still waiting for the contributions to our civilization from all those Ethiopians and Somalians they’ve brought in.

        • John R

          Nowadays, what people consider far more important than saving the country for themselves, their children and grandchildren, is being sure that they can’t be accused of being a “raaaacist, OH MY; I don’t wanna be raaaacist!”

      • LHathaway

        The 1965 law discriminates against whites. That’s why objection to immigration is called ‘racism’. They are admitting more of some races are immigrating than others, and that, equals a racism of it’s own.

    • Peter Connor

      We should not be allowing anyone into the country who is not financially solvent and well educated.

      • That’s a point the H-1b visa supporters like to make, but the supply of Mahmouds and Vikrams and the lower salaries their availability produces simply makes STEM fields that much less attractive to native-born American citizens. I worked with a pair of subcontinentals, neither of whom could have invented his way out of a paper bag with a flamethrower and a chainsaw. They were empty suits who played “dress up” all day at the office. Narayan, for instance couldn’t explain why hexamethyl diphenyl silazane works as a drying agent in wafer processing. Companies expect the Mike Scotts to do the subcontinentals’ jobs for them, calling this nonsense “teamwork”. I’ve already got 79 US and foreign patents awarded and a home that’s paid off; I don’t have anything left to prove. Industry can take its “well-educated” Fourth-World garbage and move to Trashcanistan with them.

        • Peter Connor

          At this stage, I now think we should have a complete moratorium on immigration, legal or illegal, for 20 years.

          • I’m married to a Japanese lady, so I’d be OK with immigration so long as the foreigners had genuine marriages with real Americans and no automatic citizenship occurs.

  • TruthBeTold

    Both Politico and the Huffington Post have tried to create an anti-Semitic narrative as the reason for his loss.

    • Alfred the Great

      I didn’t even know that he’s a Jew. I just didn’t agree with his position on immigration, for starters.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        He’s a big time poster boy for AIPAC.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I hadn’t noticed that particular slant, but they are revving up every smoke machine in their inventory, no doubt.
      .

      • sbuffalonative

        Google: For Jewish Republicans: Oy vey, Politico.

    • Nancy Thomas

      That dog won’t hunt. Cantor won many races and served for many years, all the while being Jewish.
      The left tries to turn everything into “racism”.

      • sbuffalonative

        Many people made the same comment. Being Jewish didn’t seem to have any affect before. The only thing that changed was his support for Comprehensive Amnesty.

    • RisingReich

      Oh – that’s awesome. Right on time. We all knew his district was full of Neo-Nazis….

      It ought to be a lesson for everyone. Anytime a Jew has something undesirable happen to him/her, the hand wringing starts and the anti-Semite line is taken.

      Eternal victims and snakes these people are.

      • sbuffalonative

        Search: For Jewish Republicans: Oy vey, Politico.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          The Brat who stole Hanukkah.

      • Fr. John+

        Two thousand years ago, JC said the same thing. John 8:44.

        Why don’t we listen?

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Were there any images from the Holocaust included in the articles?

    • ViktorNN

      I noticed that too.

      It’s just a manifestation of the leftist establishment’s pure and utter hatred of the white working class.

      • The GOP doesn’t think much better of us. In my days as a chemical engineer in the microelectronics industry, I worked for “conservative” “Christians”. They were real pieces of work.

        The GOP is completely on board with our dispossession in our own country, provided they can make money in the process.

    • bilderbuster

      Except that flies in the face of his being elected in the first place.

    • Fr. John+

      They would.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    I couldn’t believe my ears when Cantor was beaten in the primary. This should be a battle cry for whites to start mobilizing to vote out Congressmen who are both members of the Tribe and push for unlimited non-white, non-Christian immigration. Schumer, Reid and Feinstein would be most deserving of being un-elected.

    • RisingReich

      You would think, if the Republicans had any, ANY intelligence at all, they’d see this defeat and use this tactic against leftist challengers and incumbents alike.

      The Stupid Party is a good name for them – IF you believe a collective of people could be so stupid. I don’t believe it’s stupidity – but controlled opposition.

      • The “Stupid Party” is too good a name for them. I am registered as a Republican, but that’s so I can vote in the primary elections (we do not have open primaries in Colorado). There were only two choices to make this year: I voted for the current county assessor to run for county treasurer, as I figure he’s got some experience, and I voted for Tom Tancredo for governor because he hates illegal aliens.

        The GOP went wrong when it abandoned its old policy of responsible spending. What we have now is Democrats in drag. Nobody in the GOP is seriously talking about ending or even cutting back foreign aid. I we want to help foreign nations, loosening up trade restrictions makes more sense to me than throwing taxpayers’ money at them. Take Egypt for instance. They have a lot of cheap labor, and the location is ideal for supplying semi-finished parts to European manufacturers. Almost the whole country lives within walking distance of the Nile River, which means interior transportation is a non-issue. Why are we sending them so much foreign aid?

        Perhaps foreign aid would be a more useful way of promoting good will toward the USA in the developing world if we were not so clearly propping up corrupt, despotic governments, but surely the buying power of the American consumer would accomplish the same end more efficiently. The shirt I am now wearing says “Hecho en Mongolia” on the label: “Made in Mongolia”, apparently intended for the South American market (I got two of them cheap at Wal Mart). Which is better, some young lady at an overseas garment factory getting paid so she can save up for a motorbike or some corrupt foreign official putting our money into an unnumbered Swiss bank account?

        My best answer to the current direction the GOP has mistakenly taken is Civil War Two. That’s the only thing that can possibly straighten this nonsense out.

        • RisingReich

          I also am a member so I can vote in the primaries. (I’m in CO also, but up north). I also voted Tancredo because of his stance against illegals. I fear he’s a pro-Isn’treal stodge, but he can’t much influence foreign policy as Gov. and would be hands down better than pro-squatter, murder pardoning loon Hickenlooper.

          • I visit my mother in Boulder, and go through Denver. Mr. dd121 visited me here. Since Sayaka needs the car, I take the Greyhound bus to Denver and then walk to the Market Street RTD station to get the ride to Boulder when I visit my mother.

    • Fr. John+

      “From your mouth, to God’s ears!”

    • M.Magog

      The news was like a surprise Christmas morning eh?

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        About as big a surprise as being told you inherited a large fortune from a recently deceased relative you didn’t know you had.

  • She’s right. Don’t let the cheap labor lobby’s bought and paid for mouthpieces bamboozle you. This was largely based on immigration and how it plays into Dave Brat’s nuanced brand of conservative-populism. People don’t turn out high level Congressional leadership in their own party’s primaries just for the hell of it.

    Aside from the shot in the arm we needed from yesterday on the immigration issue, that being an incumbent Republican open borders traitor losing to an advocate of patriotic immigration reform within a Republican primary, and the immigration issue being an obvious driver, two other benefits of yesterday is that we have been shown that big money can be beaten, if the small money challenger avoids the temptation to do crank hobby horse issues and is disciplined and focused on issues that people can understand and has a connection with people, (note Mr. Brat’s relatively young age, relatively good looks in the opinion of enough women, and his intellect), and it also shows that if the House Majority Leader can go down in his own party’s primary, then incumbency is not the comfortable rocking chair it used to be.

    • ncpride

      But will he stick to his guns on immigration? What’s your read on this fella? Is he real?

      • AndrewInterrupted

        His lone plank was anti-amnesty.

      • Let me put it to you this way.

        Eric Cantor spent almost as much campaign money at steakhouses as Dave Brat spent on his entire campaign.

        Brat doesn’t owe any cheap labor special interest anything.

        • Sick of it

          With a $150,000 budget, he shouldn’t owe ANY special interest group anything.

          • Whitetrashgang

            Except they will just try to buy his vote instead, watch and see.

          • Sick of it

            Shades of Chief Justice John Roberts.

          • HamletsGhost

            Or arrange an unfortunate “accident”.

      • Whitetrashgang

        I will not matter he either takes millions in under the table money to change his mind or he will just be marginalized .

      • Yancy Derringer

        Absolutely.

    • Yancy Derringer

      Cantor spent $5,000,000 to Brat’s $150,000. Brat won with two words: “No amnesty.”

  • DaveMed
    • M.

      Great comment.

  • His first name is David, and he indeed beat Goliath.

    As an aside, Bernini’s has always been my favorite David because of the kinetic implications. Even though it’s a statue, you get the feeling that you better be out of the way of the trajectory of his slingshot.

    • TruthBeTold

      Too bad about the name, Brat. That won’t help.

      The question is will he be better or worse than Cantor.

    • Olorin

      Agreed on the kinesic genius of this one…so beautifully observed and executed.

      Though he looks a tad bit on the old side, and I still have an aesthetowoody for how Buonarotti captured the psychology of the “moment of decision.” The worm of doubt and fear dissolving into commitment to action.

      Thanks for the Bernini. A glorious moment in an otherwise pedestrian day.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Another example of why Whites are and always have been the superior race.

      • M.Magog

        Yes, there is something sublime about being able to really see the beauty of nature and the human form and then replicate it.It also enables one to see patterns that are ubiquitous in nature. Once one sees those underlying patters, then one recognizes them everywhere and one does not need to “copy” something in a mechanical fashion when drawing it to make it look natural. There is a “dance of the opposites” that is characteristic of our world and it can be seen in everything in nature, even on the contours of living forms that have movement. Where the contour of a limb protrudes on one side, it indents on the other side. This is due to the fact that the muscles are wrapped around the limbs in a spiral fashion. This spiral though, is universal in nature. When a tree grows the limbs occur in a spiral fashion around the trunk. The human heart is a spiral shaped muscle. Human DNA is spiral shaped. Galaxies are spiral shaped.Whirlpools and energies happen in spirals. If open would look at this statue from above, one might also notice that the head hands and feet also follow a spiral pattern around the center of balance and indicating that spiral endows this figure with the impression of energy and power.

        • cherrie greenbaum123

          Beautifully put and very thought provoking!

          • M.Magog

            WE see the same dance of opposites in politics. The libs have been leading too long and they are getting silly and sloppy, it is time for race realists to lead.IT hunk this will happen. The laws of nature just can not be broken without building up huge tensions. Right now whites countries are like rubber band powered airplanes that have been wound way too tight. What happens to those airplanes when one keeps winding is that the tension breaks the wood structure.

    • ricpic

      The most insane (in a good way) statue I ever saw is Bernini’s statue of a saint in ecstasy. Can’t think of the saint’s name. Saint Teresa? Anyway, in that statue he makes stone dance!

    • FozzieT

      Love it. Bernini’s David looks just REALLY pissed off and ready to end things once and for all. He has just f’in had enough. Done. That’s really all it takes for David to defeat Goliath.

      • A Rational Racist

        He IS determined, and you can see in his eyes that he’s making deliberate calculations while visually aiming the projectile to be hurled from his sling.
        Really dramatic; he’s a serious hunter.

  • TXCriollo

    One less member of the tribe out of USA politics, i was a delegate at the texas gop convention and we as a state party smacked down any amnesty. What shocked me was the majority opposed to it were mexican American people who either came the legal way or there family did

    • TruthBeTold

      We’ll still have to see if the takes the prerequisite ‘pilgrimage to Mecca’.

      • TXCriollo

        What?

    • Sick of it

      Quite a few Mexicans don’t like Mexicans. If that makes any sense. It’s one of the reasons they marry white people.

      • TXCriollo

        Yep its why dems cannot seem to get more then 55% of the mexican vote in texas. With abortion barbie and the push for gay marriage the attack on the cathoilc church its gonna be a funny election

      • jambi19

        Certainly explains why they would leave Mexico.

        • cherrie greenbaum123

          Living in close quarters with others who eat beans three times a day would make anyone a little anxious to get the heck out of dodge.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        The Mexicans are much more racist than Whites.

      • Chasmania

        My feeling is they should use some of that animosity to help round up these millions of illegals who are ‘living in the shadows’. Lets offer a deal where anyone here illegally who turns in 10 other illegals who are then deported gets to stay and apply for citizenship. Watch the fun as they turn on each other like rats on a sinking ship.

      • bilderbuster

        Many Whites don’t like Whites and that’s one of the reasons they marry Mexicans.

        • Sick of it

          There are plenty of cases where a half-Mexican looks more or less like a white person, so a white person doesn’t think anything of marrying them. Their kids look different from both of them. I’ve seen it.

          • bilderbuster

            The elusive White Hispanic?

          • Sick of it

            They aren’t elusive in Texas.

          • bilderbuster

            I know. I know exactly the type you’re referring too.
            The people from Latin America who for all intents and purposes can pass for Whites and are assimilable into White society within a generation.

        • MikeofAges

          And people get tired of cold nights too. In the end, the tide always comes in.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      “One less member of the tribe out of USA politics…”. Seems like whenever you get rid of one you get two more in its place, like cockroaches.

      • Löwenmensch ᛟ

        AIPACs tentacles are long and full of dollar bills, there is no escape

    • WR_the_realist

      Who is most likely to be hurt by the wage competition from illegal immigrant Mexicans? A legal immigrant Mexican.

    • M.Magog

      when the country truly fractures, it will not matter how mexican americans got here, they will all be unwelcome, and for this very reason.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Ann Coulter for President in 2016.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      • Einsatzgrenadier

        Bah! Ann Coulter is a mudshark.

        • RisingReich

          Stole the words right off my keyboard.

          I’d sure like her more if she didn’t lay with monkeys.

          • Ann’s a mudshark?

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Publicity stunt/Photo-op. The Libs were like deer in the head-lights when she did that TV Land stunt. “Now what do we do?” Completely neutralized the race card.

            She’s playing the Blacks off the Hispanics. That’s why she should be president. She doesn’t snap at carrots dangling from liberal sticks, she leads. She controls the narrative.

            You guys are missing a good game.

          • Löwenmensch ᛟ

            My mom could beat Hillary in a debate.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I agree. A cardboard cut-out of a woman could beat Hillary in debate.

            But, it has to be a woman. The Libs just have a hankering to vote for a female this time. Any will do. Even cardboard. That’s the definition of diversity, as I saw it practiced at a federal contractor for 10 years.

          • Frank Morris

            She was in a relationship with Dinesh D’Souza.
            http://www.whosdatedwho.coM/tpx_1711977/ann-coulter-and-dinesh-d-souza/

            Here’s what she says about Jimmy Walker-
            http://www.youtube.coM/watch?v=m3PSxOiIiOc

          • Löwenmensch ᛟ

            Her miscegenation ways is why the media lauds her, she doesn’t write or say anything provocative. She just repeats the neo-con Judeo-Christian bullsh*t spiel. She is just a saleswoman, no substance

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Buhhh—loney. She is maligned summarily by the media. She walks a tightrope every time she opens her mouth. She has the right balance to stay viable.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          You don’t tan well in the summer because of a recessive gene, the milkman was black. Your mom lied to you.

      • Löwenmensch ᛟ

        Where is the picture of her hubby?

        • AndrewInterrupted

          She doesn’t need to coat tail a spouse for success. That’s for women who need to believe they are victims–to get ahead.

      • RisingReich

        Why is it not valid to identify she’s a race-traitor by night?
        Amren is awfully selective with what version of truth is allowed to be discussed here.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Look! Watch every video there is on Ann Coulter being questioned about her personal life. She is consistent: verboten! Do you know why?? Because she likes tall (minimum 6′ 4″) ARYAN men.

          The photo-op with J.J. Dynomite, the book/movie collaborations with D’Souza–that’s not her personal life: that’s photo-ops and business. If the media found out that she was only intimate with former Hitler youth they would slaughter her.

          Pull your heads out of your a$$es…!!! I dated a girl in Ridgefield, CT back in the 1980’s who knew Ann casually. They were a year apart in high school. When I got in touch with her years later, my (former) girlfriend confirmed Ann’s taste in men. All Aryan, all the time. She even named a couple.

          As I remember those days in Ridgefield, David Letterman also jogged by her (my girlfriend’s) house religiously. The people in the neighborhood respected his privacy and didn’t pester him. Those were good days.

          • Kenner

            I can’t understand the negativity directed at Ann here. It makes no sense at all.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            In the political match-making game, she’s a home run. Hillary would wet herself if she knew the Repugs were fielding a woman.

            That’s how Elizabeth Warren wriggled free from her egregious ethical violations (faking Cherokee status). She simply switched victim cards: from the war-on-natives to the war-on-woman.

            If you take away Hillary’s chance for throwing the gender card her head will explode. And Ann didn’t ride her husband’s coat-tails to get where she is. She’s self-made. What an awesome race it would be.

    • Löwenmensch ᛟ

      Ted Nugent 2016! Obuma is a subhuman mongrel

    • M.Magog

      NO! Jarred Taylor for president. Ann can be his running mate.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Jared would be a good cabinet member for ethno-state consultation purposes. Ann would be totally on board with the ethno-state concept. I call them “Affinity States”. That’s what the Libs call them, when they are congregating at corporations: “Affinity Groups”. We’ll have ours, too.

        • M.Magog

          The best person to be a king or president is the person that does not want the job. It is the person that WANTS the power that is gong to end up being a problem. I think Jarred presents a spirit that definitely has the quality that could save the white race however he is involved.

      • The responsibilities of the Oval Office prematurely age an individual. After my stint in the microelectronics industry, I had a blood pressure of 175/105 by my 31st birthday: Stage-2 hypertension. Now it is 85/45 – too low for me to donate blood – and at age 48 I easily pass for late 20s. No medication, but I also don’t work for complete jerks anymore. I wouldn’t wish the Presidency on someone I thought as highly of as I do Mr. Taylor. It would probably just ruin his health.

  • Tom Thumb

    This is all meaningless to us. We have long since crossed the Rubicon. Don’t look to the stinking fedgov congress for anything but treachery.

  • Simonetta

    Please remember that this was a primary election, which normally has marginal turnout. And this primary election was effectively hijacked by the unanticipatedly strongly-organized turnout of a focused single-issue constituency.

    And while they’re dancing in the streets like Palestinians on 9/11, they should prepare themselves for the charge that they are to be responsible for delivering this congressional seat to the Democrats in November.

    The Virginia main-stream Republicans are not likely to get behind this brat upstart. They *might* decide just to sit this one out. The Democrats will smell blood in the water from the Repub’s little civil war and flood resources into capturing a seat considered to be unobtainable until yesterday.

  • Dave4088

    “Could it be that Schumer cares more about the survival of Israel than he does about the survival of the Republican Party?”

    The usual suspects will denounce this rhetorical question as aunt-eye semitism. But Chucky cares more about Israel than he does about America, period. In that vein, he has much in common with Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin and the kosher right.

  • Kenner

    Brat recited a list of principles Republicans used to stand for.
    One was ‘Equality under the law’… Interesting choice.
    In a fight for white rights, that would be the place to start.

    • RisingReich

      “Equality is a false God”

      • Kenner

        ‘Equality under the law’ would end ‘affirmative action’. Let’s see if he goes there.

      • M.Magog

        Equality = injustice, makes a good t-shirt or number sticker eh?

        • RisingReich

          Great t-shirt idea.

        • M.Magog

          even better “obamma is a terrorist”

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Apparently he’s really strict with his students, requiring them to bring in a typed summary of the prior class notes. He doesn’t tolerate tardiness or absenteeism at all. Not exactly the type of class LaJavius excels at.

      • antiquesunlight

        I like this guy more and more and more. I’m so happy he won. It’s a major victory.

      • Guest

        No, no Spontavious B Jacksons in his class.

  • “But the turnout was low”

    The turnout for this primary was 40% higher than the turnout for this same primary two years ago

    “But what about November?”

    It’s a red gerrymander district, the Democrat nominee is a kook.

    • sbuffalonative

      Yes, Rachel Maddow tried to push the ‘low turnout’ angle but she was swiftly corrected by her guest.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        I’m a cord cutter, but I do miss the hilarity of that sociopath over at MSLSD.
        What an angry, pathological liar. Those LGBTQ people are animals.

    • jayvbellis

      Amren readers who are serious about participating in local politics, working to win should listen to Question Diversity. He has great practical experience in this area.

      • Really, you flatter me.

        I’m not quite as good as you say, yet. I would like to think, though, that with every year that goes by and with every new crop of gray hair working its way upward from above my ears heading up the sides of my head in a race to see which side can get to the top first, I can lay a serious stake at the notion that I’ve had more time to pay attention and notice things just because more and more time is behind me instead of ahead of me, and that even in the context of the present time, that I have a better than ever ability to pay attention and notice things on the fly.

        Though I know that’s not my judgment alone to make.

  • Shadow

    “Cantor loses…”

    Music to my ears!

  • RisingReich

    Wow – almost can’t believe she mentioned Isn’treal’s policy!
    She could have gone a bit further, and mentioned the hypocrisy of Cantor (jew) agitating for ‘reform’ (amnesty) while his Yiddish brothers across the pond imprison and expel invaders there.

    Anyway – D.B. – one down!

  • I think it should be a death-penalty felony.

  • Dave West

    Like it matters, at the end of the day Brat will just end up being another amnesty RINO anyways.

    • TruthBeTold

      We’ll have to wait and see…

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Looks like Dave West may have used the “…J…” word. Poor fella.

    • Jerrybear

      I heard an interview with Brat on the radio and he seems like a solid conservative. I’d be very surprised if he becomes part of the ‘club’. Unfortunately, his ousting of Cantor won’t amount to much. The GOP will just replace Cantor with another illegal alien pimp.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        I suspect your right. From what I hear Brat is a very straight shooter, no nonsense kind of guy. And yes, there’s always another deuce bag waiting in the wings.

      • jayvbellis

        Nah.

        This is our greatest immigration victory. We took down the House Majority leader, first time in American history.

        • Jerrybear

          And he’s going to be replaced with an even more liberal illegal alien pimp.

  • I think it should be a felony, as rape or murder.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      The gang bangers and other terrorists who are here as illegal aliens should have a price on their heads, literally. Anyone who kills them should get a medal, be it police, soldiers or private citizens. We have a bigger invasion force than the Nazi and Soviet armies in Eastern Europe during WW-II right now in our midst.

      • I have something better than that: a claymore. When I was in Croatia, I preferred hand grenades and an axe.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          I’d use a Claymore and a barrel of thickened fuel in front of it, which will destroy even a main battle tank. Good luck surviving without self-contained breathing apparatus, because the crew will perish by suffocation. I know these infernal devices have been used by Americans with devastating effectiveness.

          • I have the other variety of claymore: the basket-hilted Scottish broad sword, but I prefer a tomahawk.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            I see, seems you’re a Scotsman at heart, Braveheart and all. As for tomahawks, have you seen those tactical tomahawks? They are made of one piece of super hard steel are very sharp and can be wielded in the hand or thrown much like the Francesca the Gauls used against each other as well as the Romans. They are the 21rst century Tomahawks.

          • Mine was made in the late 1690s. I preferred my tomahawk to anything else except hand grenades. It is so sharp that it is dangerous to touch. Whomever made that wasn’t messing around.

            I completely love my tomahawk. The thing about the old ones is that they have special significance.

          • Frank Morris
  • MekongDelta69

    1950s – Ike – Operation Wetback

    Problem solved…

    • bilderbuster

      The ONLY thing Ike did that was right.
      Look up “Other Loses” and “Operation Keelhaul”.

  • Guess who hasn’t heeded the lesson of yesterday.

    http://www (dot) courier-journal (dot) com/story/news/politics/rand-paul/2014/06/11/rand-paul-says-may-way-forward-immigration/10326405/

    I suppose if Joe Carr knocks off Lamar Alexander in Tennessee, who actually voted for the Gang Bangers of Eight bill, August 7, the next opportunity we have to pick off a traitor, and if Chris McDaniel winds up toppling Thad Cochran, not exactly the worst traitor but more bad than good, then it doesn’t seem like Rand Paul will still learn anything.

    If someone real immigration patriot beats Rand Paul in his own party’s primary two years from now in Kentucky, he still won’t get the message.

    That one is just plain addicted either to ideology or donors’ money or a little of both.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Rand Paul has become a disappointment. I stopped getting his newsletter.

    • jayvbellis

      Rand Paul needs to be pelted with rotten vegetables . He must become persona non grata at all “conservative” events. He must not be able to show his face around our people.

      We have to get much better at punishing traitors.

      Remember Rabd Paul was Amren’s Traitor of the Year for 2013.

      We still have activists at places like White News Now promoting Rand Paul.

      • Rotten vegetables? Good. Cool whip only pies? Good.

        Just be careful when you suggest much more or much stronger than that. We don’t need men with badges knocking on your door or visiting the AR office.

    • Kenner

      He’s a complete libertarian ideologue. You’d have better luck turning a rabid marxist.

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    I love how she brings up that forbidden word “Israel”. It’s obvious who Canter has allegiance to and it ain’t America.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    I have family in Virginia. They said Brat went after Cantor for his support of increasing H1b visas and ran ads showing Cantor with Zuckerberg.

    Cantor is a sore loser. I haven’t heard him mention anything about David Brat. Does he plan to support him in the general election?

    The worm is turning and the Children’s Crusade was the final straw

    • I voted for Tom Tancred last week for CO state governor.

    • Marc Zuckurburg

      Ironic that the guy who lost to a guy named Brat is a sore loser, huh?

      Nobody but nobody rejects the great Marc Zuckurburg and lives to tell about it. I’m not going to take this lying down. I’m going to fight back.

      Even if it takes me all night, I’m going to find all your Facebook pages and write nasty comments on all your walls.

      Me, I’m not a sore loser, even though I have been accused of being an overgrown brat.

      Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    • dd121

      Cantor said that he will not run as a write-in candidate [and ruin it for Brat].

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Yeah, getting beaten in a primary (Democratic) didn’t stop Joe Lieberman in Connecticut. He ran as an Independent and won back his job (as ambassador to Israel).

    • M.Magog

      In the future it will be said that those who were orchestrating the demise of white America got too giddy and too impatient. The children’s crusade has certainly been orchestrated, but the timing was too premature. It seems to have awakened whites to the point where they are clearly seeing what others have in plan for them. I believe people like Cantor are plants as in “sleepers”. They purposefully appear to be on our side until they have gained our confidence and worked their way up to a position where they have enough power that they can sabotage us. Once there they just bide their time and wait for the right moment. They are like those who would, at night, open the castle gates to the cities of Christian Spain and let the Moors in while the Christians were off guard and sleeping.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Have you noticed Zuck is developing man-boobs?? Sheryl’s influence perhaps?

  • Marc Zuckurburg

    This had absolutely nothing to do with comprehensive immigration reform.

    In fact, Eric lost because he didn’t push hard enough or wasn’t strong enough for comprehensive immigration reform.

    If I just repeat these two sentences in my head over and over again, that will make them true.

    I do believe in spooks, I do I do I do believe in spooks, lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

    Oh well, it’s not as if I gave him that much money.

    I guess the next step is to call Barry and ask him to bring the hammer down.

  • IstvanIN

    The “politically incorrect” lose their jobs all the time, nice to see a member of the treason lobby lose his.

  • Puggg

    Best $100 I ever spent. It was only my second political campaign contribution ever. But it proves that even animals can contribute to political candidates. Maybe soon they can actually be political candidates.

    • Sick of it

      A dog would make for a better President than the current one.

      • We haven’t had any good ones lately. I think Shrubya might have actually been less intelligent than the current poop-flinging tail-hanger. If I were your President, I’d run the country out of my own townhouse in Colorado Springs. Maybe the Secret Service could rent a place in the complex, but I’m not out to impress anyone.

        I think the best foreign policy we had in my lifetime was under Richard Nixon, but then he had Henry Kissinger working for him.

        • MikeofAges

          Henry Kissinger worked out the original deal with Saudis. We agreed to buy their oil at a jacked price and they agreed to buy our debt.

          Some portion of the high price of oil goes to pay for what the government does, in place of the taxes we will not pay. In my estimation, at least one-third of the price of a gallon of gasoline is a hidden tax, cash that flows from the pump to the federal treasury through the oil sheik middlemen. Then there are the state and federal gasoline taxes, of course.

  • Truth Teller

    Is anyone a member of the Tea Party or know anything about it? I always wondered if it were a liberal front group set up as a visible enemy liberals could complain about or like those church groups seeking support for anti abortion while supporting affirmative action, unlimited immigration soft on crime etc?
    Anyone know the truth of the Tea party?

    • Sick of it

      Local Tea Party groups have no affiliation whatsoever with Tea Party Express. Tea Party Express has proven itself to be a liberal front group.

    • In a general sense, the Tea Party Movement is basically Reaganism with something a hard baked libertarian edge. It’s a movement, not a political party, but there are some organizations, national, regional and local, either with the name “tea party” or known to be affiliated with it. Some better than others, some are out and out right scams.

      I hardly think it’s some kind of contrived front. I happen to think that there was built up steam and frustration with the later Bush 43 years among political conservatives, his attempt to ram an amnesty through, TARP, and a bunch of other things. When Obama came in and doubled up and doubled down on the worst Bush policies, and then in February 2009, Rick Santelli ranted on CNBC that we needed a “modern tea party movement,” that’s all it took to drive this frustration up to the surface and into actual organization.

      One’s opinion of the TPM is based on one’s opinion of Reagan, Reaganism and right-libertarianism, by and large. Whatever flaws we in the AR community have with the TPM, they are flaws that existed from the beginning of the movement, and not a matter of some secret cabal of cigar munchers swooping down from on high to ruin it. If we in the AR community think the TPM has its uses, it’s not because we think that everything is right with it, it’s just that we latch onto the agreeable (to us) parts of their agenda, such as immigration (save the scam national TPM organizations, who are on the other side).

      While I’m on this subject, I do think the events of yesterday, if properly understood and reacted to, will mark a sea change in the politics of the TPM. If you draw the analogy to a major league baseball team, the issues of immigration and nuanced right-populism are on the team and have always been on the team, but have been bench players, while the starting lineup is mostly the issues of the size, scope, spending and involvement of governments. With Dave Brat using two TPM bench players to topple the House Majority Leader in his own party’s primary, an event whose profundity is not yet fully understood but will be over time, I think the TPM, if it’s smart, will get immigration and right-populism off the bench and into the starting lineup, preferably slotted at three and four in the batting order.

    • bilderbuster

      Ask Marco Rubio or Niger Innis.

    • jayvbellis

      Mostly Libertarian.

      Regular White folks were initially attracted to it because everyone in it is White, angry White like them.

      Might as well be the RonPaul, RandPaul cult, Tea Party is simply wrong on immigration, wants to let businesses hire whomever they want (3rd world sub minimum wage slaves).

      Our side is populist, nationalist, yeah we believe in group identity same as a Blacks, Muslims. The sooner everyone reading a Amren ditches teaParty, Libertarianism , only then will we proceed to victory. Hang out with White tradesmen, painters, plumbers, bricklayers. I do.

  • WR_the_realist

    Ann Coulter is in fine form again. I never cared for her when she just shilled for the neocons (who are almost all pro open borders types as well as war mongers) but on immigration issues she’s the best commentator out there.

  • Truth Teller

    ricpic
    Yes, it is St. Teresa of Avila. I like some of the statutes that show very thin fabric pleated and draped and the body underneath. The epitome of western civilization straight from Greece, Rome and the Etrusceans. Preserved by the entity hated by Alexandra and Katherine McChesney. I like that David, much better than the 13 year olds usually depicted.

  • John

    Dave Brat came out pro 2nd Amendment as well as anti Amnesty. I got a recorded call Mon. evening from his campaign that did nothing but state his support for “gun rights” and point out Cantor’s weak position. I knew Cantor was running scared last week when I got 2 separate campaign flyers from his campaign on the same day. There’s been a huge increase of illegals in this part of Virginia. Cantor would have known this if he spent any time at all in the 7th district. All of his hard work for Israel in the US Government have finally paid off. He’s gone. Now it remains to be seen where this weasel shows up next.

  • Truth Teller

    Wonderful that he went after H1B visas. I am sooo sick of Fox and so called conservatives wanting immigration for so called “skilled immigrants” Why not hire all this and last year’s and 2012 and 2011 and 2010 going back 15 years STEM grads who are unemployed?

    • benvad

      Importing Chinese is determine tall to national security & Indians bring down the value of STEM graduates.

  • antiquesunlight

    Amnesty for 11 million is that bad, actually.

  • jayvbellis

    Outstanding victory for our people.

    Please everyone study this.

    We need so many more victories like this.
    It can be done.

    It was done.

    God bless.

    • Something that pleases me in the aftermath is that there has been very little knitpicking, negativity and Debbie Downerism from our people of our mentality.

      One thing I do have to say to bring us back to Earth after this astounding win is that even people like Rush Limbaugh are saying that the RINO political class may not get the message we sent them on Tuesday, that they’re so arrogant, so separated from reality, so much living in a bubble where reality is so distorted and nonsensical inside that it might as well be within a black hole’s event horizon, and so much the bought and paid for whores of the cheap labor lobby, that instead of being scared of us, they’ll get angry at us and really hit the gas on some kind of amnesty bill.

      He just might be right, so we just might have to do this several more times.

      • jayvbellis

        Yeah.
        That’s why I favor learning how to punish RINOs in other ways besides just voting against hem.

        Our side tends to do just three things.

        Vote against them.
        Make endless shouts that we’re not voting at all – that will show em.

        Or else we dream revolutionary gun fantasies, all that ends up with is really old White guys going postal at some Holocaust museum.

        We need to do what the Left does. Ruin the the social lives of our enemies.

      • jayvbellis

        Another mass Islamic terrorist attack like 9-11-01 inside the DC Beltway bubble by guys who look and smell like Mohamed Ata or that “American citizen” (Ron and Rand Paul say he’s a Yank by birth right citizenship) that might do the trick.

        Anarchist terrorist attacks on Wall Street by swarthy Southern Europeans managed to do the trick in the early part of the 20th century. Maybe we’ll catch some similar lucky great 100 years later.

  • ViktorNN

    Nice going Ann, spotting the all too typical Jewish liberal hypocrisy on illegal immigration in Israel and the U.S. Nicely done.

    (I’m addressing my comment directly to Ann because I have a feeling she reads Amren from time to time.)

    • Steve Sailer has hinted to the point of almost coming right out and saying that she reads him. She has even quoted him in a few of her recent columns, so she basically admitted it herself. And it’s not a far jump from Sailer to AR.

  • blight14

    The talking heads are REALLY downplaying the amnesty angle. They all seem to ‘know’ that it had ‘nothing to do with his stance on immigration reform’……Somehow I think it did, and rightfully so!

  • bilderbuster

    Not the Marco Rubio/Sarah Palin Tea Party.

  • Fr. John+

    “Could it be that Schumer cares more about the survival of Israel than he does about the survival of the Republican Party?”

    For Ann Coulter (like most of the John 7:13 American Populace) this is incendiary… YEAH!

  • MooTieFighter

    The discussion of Amnesty is dead in my mind. Until they prove they can protect our borders, I will not vote for ANYONE pro amnesty. Prove to the American people that you can protect our borders, first!!

    • AndrewInterrupted

      And show us the real unemployment number. And tell us there will be an immigration moratorium until real unemployment is addressed.

      I’m guessing it’s something like 20%, if honest, objective people tabulated it.

      • The unemployment number only uses statistics of people who are looking for jobs. I have been unemployed for just over eight years.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          That is true. The real number is staggering. And there should also be an accurate UNDER-employment number.

          With modern communications it would be easy to tabulate that through a national polling system, but the results would be too damning, for sure.

          Then the race replacement traitors couldn’t import their favorite H-1B slaves.

  • John R

    I remember hearing about this on the news. And, boy, did they try and play down the part that this unknown candidate won because he talked about an issue that people really care about: ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION! The GOP needs to stop with repeating the same platitudes, and talk about things WHITE PEOPLE care about. Trying to pander to minorities is a waste of time. Enough already.

  • John R

    Under the law, Criminal Trespass is a felony. It is defined as “unlawful entry into a building or a structure, through deception, force…” Sounds like illegal entry into the country, then? Aren’t they using deception to enter our country illegally?

  • Juggernaut3000

    That great whirring sound you is the GOP machine revving up for damage control. They’re going to double down on their efforts to protect

    Never let your guard down, the GOPe are aligned with the Democrat who are anti-white and pro massive illegal immigration.

  • Harry

    Legal immigrants who learn to speak English, contribute to American society instead of living off government welfare handouts, and eventually become naturalized American citizens-yes!

    Giving amnesty to illegal immigrants-no!

    Eric Cantor had been getting re-elected for many years to his seat in Congress, so it is clear his support of giving amnesty to eleven million illegal immigrants is why so many of his former constituents and supporters voted him out of office, this time instead. Therefore, I am convinced that if Cantor was opposed to, instead of being in favor of Amnesty for eleven million illegal immigrants, he would have won re-election this time.

    What if in 2016, Jared Taylor, of American Renaissance, were to run for President!?

  • jayvbellis

    Please everyone. Study this successful campaign, where we actually won!

    The goal is to win, not get on TV, get invited to debates, speak at GOP conventions.

    Ron Paul and now Rand Paul have been running for President every year since 1988, they’ve never even won a single primary. These movements are not designed to win anything, it’s just designed to talk, get on TV, spread some race denying message.

    Again, study this campaign. Learn to complete to win. Let’s win some things to a change.

  • His loathing of illegal aliens is precisely why I voted for him.

  • blackjack322

    Went to dallas over the weekend.

    Never again.

    That place resembled some black/middle eastern/latin country. Just looking at all the black and brown faces surrounding me was enough to make me puke a little in my mouth.

    I will never go back to that city again. Which is a shame, because it wasn’t like that when I was growing up. These Democrats/Business CEO’s/RINO morons have wrecked this nation beyond the point of repair and it makes me angry. And a bit worried, because I have no where to run or hide. I have to actually look this degeneracy in the face every damn day now.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      They have indeed taken over. There isn’t a lot of blacks where I live, but then there’s no shortage of them either. In other words, one’s too many. Same thing with Mexicans. Having to stare into those vacant eyes and stupid faces is depressing. Having to reason with them is exhausting. One tends to value white people the more time that is spent with blacks or browns.

      • M.Magog

        you can not reason with them, they are as dumb as a carrot.

  • Truth Teller

    Some people adore and worship the constitution and think it should actually be followed. Actually, the constitution is exactly what Judges think it is. That is what the founders wanted. The test case was as early as possible. Marbury vs Madison in which the principle that an appointed for life Judge’s opinion ruled an elected President’s order.
    As for the 14th amendment, the United States Civil Rights Commission has ruled it does not apply to Whites for discrimination purposes. So has every President from LBJ on. Whites have lost most discrimination cases. Even Whites win those cases, EEOC and FEPC regulations supersede any notion of equal rights for Whites.

    Our founders wrote the constitution to be used and mis used by Judges to take care of the elites and to he!! with the rest of us.

  • Truth Teller

    I’ve run into that so and so got fired and got into an internet scam and makes 70,000 a year here and there over the years. What were the monitors doing?

  • Annabelle Pettyjohn

    The white Republican backlash has begun. We do not want
    illegal immigrants in this country. We want a voice in who is allowed into our
    country. I want all immigration stopped, legal and illegal, until we have a
    voice in the conversation. I know you love the phrase, “we are all immigrants”
    but that is not the truth. Until the Immigration and Naturalization Act of
    1965, America’s immigration system was for white Europeans. This is the first
    time in history that a country has allowed its majority population to become a
    minority without a fight. This is the first time in the history of the world
    that a government turned on its majority population.

    The US government does not represent white Americans. The US
    government has denied white Americans the ability to form civil rights groups
    to protect our interest. The Southern Poverty Law Center exists for the sole
    purpose of destroying any white American that is so bold as to demand
    representation. The Justice Department denies whites representation when we
    have been denied our civil rights.

    We are the Republican Party, if you do not stand for white
    Americans, who will?

    Bettie Kohl