February 08, 2016

Forget those other "conservative" issues: Trump's war on political correctness is reason enough to support him

Harry KhachatrianRebel Blogger

Donald Trump narrowly placed second in the Iowa caucus, and going into New Hampshire, he still has a sizeable lead over his rivals.

It's clear that the man who couldn’t coherently define conservatism should in no way be ruled out as the Republican nominee, and perhaps the next president of the United States.

Now, it’s safe to say that Donald Trump is not the first choice of most constitutional conservatives, given the fact that Trump really isn't a constitutional conservative. He’s a constitutional braggart.

Despite all his acclaim for the Bible and the Constitution, in all likelihood he’s read neither, because they don't bother to mention Donald Trump.

Stalwart conservatives point out that Trump once supported partial birth abortion but now claims to be being pro-life. He also backs eminent domain and protectionist trade policies, neither of which are traditionally conservative ideals.

Having said all this, Trump has been consistent on one issue, and herein lies the wonderful silver lining to a Trump presidency:

The Donald has unswerving objected to political correctness. Just ask Rosie O’Donnell. 

And I would argue that this one consistency might just be enough to overlook his pendulum policies.

Like something out of a Stephen King novel, political correctness has grown into a monster that must be destroyed. It’s taken over colleges where professors threaten students with physical violence for inviting conservative guest speakers.

Heck, p.c. culture has gotten so bad, it actually resulted in 14 people being slaughtered last December in California.

In efforts to create “safe spaces,” political correctness has literally done the opposite, turning cities like Baltimore and Ferguson into Middle-East-styled warzones, with social justice warriors Black Lives Matter marching down city streets, calling for police officers to be shot, and for an “open-season on white folk.”

What does the president have to do with any of this?

In areas beyond the reach of legislation, presidents set the nation's "tone." In that regard, Obama has consistently failed to condemn hate groups like Black Lives Matter.

His further refusal to call ISIS "Muslim terrorists," and his inclination to invite terrorist front group CAIR to his State of the Union address -- while ordering Israel to label their exports -- has all fed into the leviathan of today’s p.c. culture.

A Trump presidency will strike an emphatic blow to the authoritarian bullies who – under the banner of social justice – advance their Marxist agenda. Trump has already blasted Black Lives Matter. He’s ejected open-borders activist Jorge Ramos from his press conference, telling him to “go back to Univision." And while other GOP candidates have shied away from, or even condemned, any discussion of Bill Clinton’s alleged serial rapes, Trump went straight for the jugular, calling Bill “one of the great woman abusers."

To Trump, it seems, nothing is off-limits.

No, he’s not a lifelong conservative and he’s not Ronald Reagan. But he is Donald Trump. He’s offensive, crude and unapologetic. He’s every microagression in the Leftist handbook fused into one character.

Donald Trump is helping win the war against political correctness – and we should be thankful for that.



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commented 2016-02-11 12:30:20 -0500
The left hate Trump because he stands in the way of them forwarding their agenda, and political correctness is a big part of that agenda. The farther to the left yo go, the more the hatred becomes vile and personal. Think I’m wrong? JUst look at those that dislike Trump, and compare them to those that hate Trump. You will see them on a scale of “moderately left” or more commonly referred to as “left of center”. To mouth frothing, knuckle dragging, all out communists. Of course you will see some on the right criticize him, but that’s normal for a race. I’m talking about the personal trash talk that is so common place with the left, which they always doing.
commented 2016-02-11 12:04:05 -0500
Trump has a lot of skeletons in his past. Have you Trump supporters ever asked yourselves why the MSM or the Democrat candidates aren’t bringing up these skeletons? Only Conservatives like the “insane” Beck, Levin, Klavan, Malkin, Crowder, Shapiro, etc are.
Because they’re saving them for later should Trump become the Republican nominee. They want Trump to be the Republican nominee. Then they’ll use those skeletons at full throttle, and they won’t stop. You’ll be able to dismiss them them for awhile, but as these skeletons keep piling up one on top of the other they’ll become more and more difficult to ignore.
The result of course will be a great falling away of Trump support, leaving the American people with a president that’s even more socialist than Obama. Then Trump supporters will be left sitting there wondering WTF happened? You should support Cruz. He’s the real alternative. He doesn’t have the skeletons that Trump has, and he’s a genuine conservative. Plus the democrats are scared to death of him.
Don’t believe me? Then keep going the way you’re going.
commented 2016-02-09 14:14:23 -0500
Go Donald! The US and the rest of North America need you!
commented 2016-02-08 17:44:10 -0500
Well put. Fighting political correctness alone is enough reason for many people to support Donald Trump.
commented 2016-02-08 14:50:55 -0500
Being a boor isn’t a presidential qualification, and if you don’t like “political correctness”, the President is not the man to handle it. Not while there are real problems to worry about.