Clinton Vilifies the “Alt-Right”– Is she Talking about You?

Clinton_RenoLast Thursday, Hillary Clinton spoke to an audience in Reno, and made headlines by attacking Donald Trump and his followers. She referred to them as the “Alt-right.” This is what the mainstream media has labeled “populist, nationalist, racist and conspiracist groupings who see themselves as the alternative to mainstream political conservatism.”

Hillary’s first accusation was that Trump engaged Steve Bannon, the chairman of Breitbart News to advise his campaign. Breitbart is an online media outlet whose Facebook audience rivals that of the Washington Post and Yahoo.


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Breitbart gained prominence by exposing what traditional news outlets have tried to hide, such as rumors about Hillary Clinton’s health problems, “conspiracy theories” related to the globalist agenda, and the progressive sacred cows of feminism, multi-culturalism, political correctness, and white guilt/privilege.


Many of the readers of this newsletter and the people who fill church congregations are members of the Alt-right. You may be part of the group, and not even know it. Here are some of the members’ main characteristics:

  1. They stay away from most traditional media outlets–except occasionally Fox News–and get information by surfing the net and watching Youtube videos.
  2. They favor outsiders who are not part of the inner circle in politics. Most support Donald Trump because he is a fellow traveler who also distrusts the establishment. He has shown no shame in wondering aloud if Barack Obama really was born in the U.S., and has been interviewed by Alex Jones–someone considered to be way outside the mainstream.
  3. They do not trust establishment conservatism. In dismay, they have watched as tried-and-true conservatives have been elected to office, only to fail to support the policies they promised to uphold.
  4. They mourn the disintegration of traditional values in America and fear a global agenda that would subordinate the U. S. to the UN–which is happening at an energetic clip. Interestingly, in her speech, Clinton accused Trump of being a puppet of Russian President Putin. Her supporters were some of the first to suggest in 2008 that Obama was born abroad.


Why this Matters: When does a conspiracy theory become fact? Although the alt-right has been branded as fringe and conspiracy theorists, Hillary Clinton has gotten away with hiding/dumping classified emails and using her office of Secretary of State to trade access for cash. One wonders how many other kooky conspiracy theories are true conspiracies, just waiting for the undeniable facts to emerge.

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight! Is. 5:20-21


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