Farange and his Brexit party are attracting voters from both Tory and Labor voters. The new party is out-polling both of these parties in the upcoming British EU elections and it is plain that in the future the Brexit Party will attempt to force the Brexit by winning seats from both the Tories and Labor in an upcoming general election at some time in the future.
Can Farange save the exit from the EU? Well, that’s a question mark at this point, but whatever else happens the Tories look to be out as the majority party once the next election finishes. And a self-inflicted death blow is the only way to describe it. This is what we’d expect from the likes of John McCain or Mitt Romney. Arrogant tone-deafness is the description I’d attach to this level of imbecility.
Peterson is part of the Claremont Institute and they seem to be the most perceptive pundits out there.
“Eight years ago, Claremont Institute Senior Fellow Angelo Codevilla called it the “Ruling Class,” a popular thesis which he turned into a book (The Ruling Class) and used deftly to explain the 2016 election and its aftermath. Michael Anton, in perhaps the most significant essay of the election, called it the “Davoisie oligarchy,” or the “Davos class” and recently coined the word the “oligogues” to describe the majority of elites in their camp that flatter and support them.”
Peterson hits all the high points and identifies what is really going on. The deep state is rejecting the people’s choice for President because he is an outsider and because they think they can.
Definitely a good read.
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