Leftists would have you believe the blokes over in the UK, and all of the other “civilized” countries, are mortified by the boorish Donald. No self-respecting limey would ever line up behind an angry, orange misogynist, racist homophobic white cis-male, such as Trump. Well, according to UK Journalist Nelson Fraser, bullocks to that.
There is so much more sympathy for Trump ideas than you would guess from listening to the debates among the European political elites. It’s certainly true that a lot of European leaders are kind of traumatized by what they are hearing coming out of the White House. But for the public, it’s a very different opinion.
The kind of coalition that brought Donald Trump to power in America certainly can be seen all over Europe, mainly behind a lot of the populist movements whose popularity is doing really well right now.
UK journalist guy and his Brit counterparts are in the midst of a terrorist invasion. They can’t go more than a week without an Islamist exploding, stabbing, or box-trucking his way to the Promised Land. When getting perished out in the street is a high likelihood, people get tired of their stuffy, leftist politicians’ calls for tolerance. Suddenly, a guy like Trump starts making sense to them.
Brexit was a preview of the coming of the Trump (see Joe Scarborough and Sen. Mike Lee Nail Leftist #Brexit Hypocrisy and Dear ‘Dumbfounded’ Leftist Media Who Didn’t See #Brexit Coming). The leaders of Brexit may have been more “articulate”than Trump. But, the anger among the people and the disconnect among reporters and elected officials were the same. So, there’s no surprise they would line up behind Trump.
The people of the UK and Europe are starting to realize leftism isn’t working out for them the way they’d hoped. They’re ready to shake things up. So, they’re seeking out alternative candidates who aren’t afraid to put their foot down on leftist malarkey.
The truth is Trump’s policies may not be ideal to British citizens. But, supporting people like the Donald sends a clear message. The message of a middle finger, pointed directly toward the leftist establishment.
Let’s not forget about my main man Nigel Farage, either.