Last week, Sebastian Gorka announced his resignation as White House national security aide. Gorka, a favorite of disposed former chief strategist Steve Bannon, was one of the few remaining nationalists in a prominent role in the Trump administration. In fact, there is only a sole proponent of the “America First” mandate still in the White House: senior policy adviser Stephen Miller.
Miller, a 32-year-old nationalist, is best known for his passionate exchange with a reporter regarding the RAISE Act. This put him on the radar as one of Trump’s fiercest surrogates, as he dealt with the mouthy reporter with a measured but ruthless response that had the MAGA faithful cheering loudly.
“I am shocked at your statement, that you think only people from Great Britain and Australia would know English,” Miller said in an exchange with Jim Acosta of CNN earlier this month. “It reveals your cosmopolitan bias to a shocking degree… Jim, have you honestly never met an immigrant from another country who speaks English, outside of Great Britain and Australia? Is that your personal experience?”
“That is one of the most outrageous, insulting, ignorant, and foolish things you’ve ever said,” Miller said. “The notion that you think that this is a racist bill is so wrong and so insulting.”
This media smackdown put Miller on the map as one of Trump’s most effective media surrogates, and leftists have taken notice. With Bannon and Gorka now gone, Miller has effectively become public enemy number one for the Democrats. Smelling blood at this point, the vultures are already circling Miller as their next target.
“Sebastian Gorka, a fiery nationalist and Bannon ally, abruptly exits White House 2 down and 1 to go. Stephen Miller!” Rep. Bruce Cohen (R-TN) said in a tweet. Cohen recently filed a bill intended to impeach President Trump on spurious charges.
Cohen has a point. It is clear that nationalists are on their way out in the Trump administration, but can Miller buck the trend? Unlike Gorka or Bannon, Miller seems to have an even temperament and an intellectual manner about him. If he can hang on, he will still have his work cut out for him–being the lone voice of sanity against the war party members, corporatists, Democrats, lobbyists, and other swamp rats who Trump invited into his White House.
Hopefully he goes soon. Nationalism is cancer.
CNN certainly agrees with you.
Shane G Trejo libertarianism and nationalism are incompatible.
Libertarianism is a joke. I’ll take Nationalism.
Ryan: “libertarianism and nationalism are incompatible.” Interesting. Is that just your view, or is that true of all libertarian thought?
Show me one time when nationalism led to a thriving economy and general society.
Alan B. Busick libertarianism is based on individualism. Nationalism is based on collectivism.
It’s as simple as that.
Do you want cancer, heart attack or stroke? Some deaths are better than others.
Jonathan Campbell well that’s a bleak (and quite frankly, pathetic) outlook. Why not find against both cancers (nationalism and globalism) rather than choking one to get in bed with.
Because it’s impossible. Give me a hyperloop or flying cars and an instant organ transplant gun for the ER and you’ll still have dissatisfied people trying to get bitcoin for nothing and use government’s force to make you frown.
Jonathan Campbell lol, so your solution to government and leftism is… more collectivist thinking?
There is no solution. You’re screwed. You’re going to have to compromise. Someone further right will always be upset. Same on the left.
Paul Nicolosi Japan, Israel.
Daniel Velasco why?
For being a cosmopolitan lolberg
>nationalism is cancer
Cosmopolitanism in a nutshell
Lmao Ron paul was more of a Nationalist than you would care to admit. He put america first with noninterventionism, wanted to uphold national sovreignty by pulling america out of supranational entities, and restore american financial independence by abolishing the fed. I love Ron Paul, he was a man who wanted to give America its ability to once again control its own destiny.
Daniel Velasco Ron Paul is a nationalist? Lol, you clearly were not paying attention in 2008 or 2012. Ron Paul is an individualist, who blatantly speaks out against ALL forms of collectivism.
BOIIIIII ron paul put his country first, if thats not Nationalism i dont know what is. I guess Ron Paul hates families too by your definition, since that would be a form of collectivism.
Ron Paul puts individuals before country. He’s an obvious and avowed individualist, not a collectivist like yourself.
I am more collectivist, individualism is overrated.
Collectivism is the root of all authoritarianism. You cannot truly respect individual rights and be a collectivist.
The nationalists are the only thing standing between this admin and the next internationalist marxist admin, who once they win, will not be defeated for the next one hundred years.
There are no Marxists in the Trump administration.
Btws, an “internationalist Marxist” is an oxymoron.
No..if anything internationalist marxist is a redundancy. The nationalists, so called, in the trump admin, and the focus on closing borders and removing the u.s. from failed trade agreements, are the only thing stopping the marxists from gaining hegemony.
nothing wrong with intl trade agreements, yes open borders is bad but not trade
Marxists are internationalists, but most internationalists are not Marxists.
>internationalist marxist is an oxymoron
Good, put more conservatives!
So, being pro America is a bad thing?
Wtf? We want everyone to be nationalists, cause simply, if you are not for us, you are against us, no in between.. GEORGE H BUSH.
Why does he not fire these idiots that don’t support him?!?!?!
We need senators like Joe McCarthy again, then and only then will we get rid of the commies and their antiamerican policies.
And they call him a space cowboy…
This maggot is no conservative.