In a syndicated column published this Tuesday, Pat Buchanan jumped on the Donald Trump conspiracy train, agreeing with the GOP nominee that the election is “rigged” against him.
But Buchanan took things a step further, asserting that the “system” is “rigged” against “white men.”
In the column, Buchanan argues that for half a century, “the U.S. Supreme Court has systematically de-Christianized and paganized American society and declared abortion and homosexual marriage constitutional rights.”
According to Buchanan, the Supreme Court’s “judicial tyranny” is seeking to “remake America in their own secularist image.”
He also floated the false notion that U.S. immigration laws are not being enforced.
“There are more than 11 million illegal immigrants here, with millions more coming,” Buchanan wrote. “Yet the government consistently refuses to enforce the immigration laws of the United States.”
“Why should those Americans whose ancestors created, fought, bled and died to preserve America not believe they and their children are being dispossessed of a country that was their patrimony — and without their consent?”
More than anything, Buchanan believes what he sees to be America’s shortcomings on immigration are a threat to the white majority.
In the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a Congressional majority voted to end discrimination against black folks. When did we vote to institute pervasive discrimination against white folks, especially white males, with affirmative action, quotas and racial set-asides?
“Big money and the media power of the establishment elites and the transnationals may well prevail,” Buchanan continued.
“And if they do, Middle America — those who cling to their bibles, bigotries and guns in Barack Obama’s depiction, those ‘deplorables’ who are ‘racist, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic,’ who are ‘not America’ and are ‘irredeemable’ in Hillary Clinton’s depiction — will have to accept the new regime.”
Yes they will, Pat. That’s the American way.