The Tide Is Turning

The Tide Is Turning. By Patrick Casey.

The 2020 election didn’t end well for the Right. After President Trump’s lawful attempts to contest the results failed, Joe Biden claimed what many still view as a bogus victory. Conservatives were understandably forlorn. Many wondered if the Trump revolution had been defeated for good.

But fret not! The tide is turning. Although the past two years have been rough for conservatives, there’s ample evidence that Americans are moving rightward.

First, and most obvious, is America’s growing dissatisfaction with the Biden Administration. We were promised a return to “normalcy”; instead, we got escalating race hysteria, surges in crime, and rapidly rising inflation. You needn’t be a political scientist to recognize that things are a mess.

As such, it’s no wonder that Biden’s approval rating continues to plummet. A New York Times/Siena College poll released this week revealed that a mere 33 percent of Americans approve of the president’s job performance. Indeed, the situation is so grim that only 13 percent of respondents felt the country is headed in the right direction. …

Take cancel culture. … A Hill-HarrisX poll from last November revealed that “69 percent of registered voters . . . said cancel culture unfairly punishes people for their past actions or statements.” While many are still under the illusion that cancel culture is merely about holding people “accountable,” rather than ruining the lives of conservatives, it would appear that a greater number of Americans see things our way.

Conservatives are gaining ground on the gender battle as well. As we all know, a central tenet of the leftist ideology is that biology and gender are unrelated. But according to polling data released June 28 by Pew Research Center, 60 percent of respondents believe “a person’s gender is determined by their sex assigned at birth.” This, as the study notes, is “up from 56% in 2021 and 54% in 2017.” Americans clearly aren’t buying into the Left’s gender insanity. …

Immigration is another issue on which Americans are increasingly leaning right. A Gallup poll released in April found that 41 percent of respondents worry a great deal about illegal immigration. Nineteen percent worry a fair amount. This means that 60 percent of those surveyed had at least some concerns in this regard. …

Over the last year, more than 1 million voters have changed their party affiliation to become Republicans, particularly in the suburbs. While Trump was in office, Democrats boasted a lead in this metric, but not anymore. …

Donald Trump successfully lowered immigration levels, signed an executive order banning critical race theory, took steps to combat tech censorship, and avoided entrenching America in a single new war. Although Biden undid much of this upon entering office, Trump proved that damage could indeed be done to the globalist agenda.

Furthermore, a promising new crop of America First candidates—Joe Kent in Washington, J. D. Vance in Ohio, and Blake Masters in Arizona, to name a few—have sprouted up. These men stand strong on the issues that matter, and by all appearances have a real shot at winning.

The West has been through these leftist purity spirals before. They always end, one way or another, because they are too retarded to be sustainable. Reality always defeats left extremism — eventually.