Beto: America was Founded on White Supremacy

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 10, 2019

In a last ditch effort to… actually, I don’t know what this is a last ditch effort to do.

He can’t possibly be trying to save his campaign at this point.

Anyway, Beto O’Rourke is saying that America is an evil country founded on pure hatred for the color of the skin.

This individual is unhinged.

Daily Caller:

Former Democratic Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke levied some harsh criticism towards the country he is seeking to lead.

During a campaign stop in Nashville, Tennessee over the weekend, the 2020 presidential candidate told a group of immigrants and refugees that America was founded on white supremacy and that the country remains institutionally racist today.

“This country was founded on white supremacy,” O’Rourke said. “Every single institution and structure that we have in this country still reflects the legacy of slavery and segregation and Jim Crow and suppression even in our democracy.”

O’Rourke has made racial justice and open immigration policies a pillar of his presidential campaign. The former lawmaker supports decriminalizing illegal immigration, tearing down existing border fencing, and amnesty for illegal immigrants currently living in the country. Additionally, O’Rourke has stated that its time for the U.S. to “take a hard look” at slavery reparations.


This is the direction things are obviously going in.

Eventually, it will be standard Democrat policy to simply say that America is itself an evil nation and must be destroyed.

Things could change tomorrow, and this could become acceptable, but as long as the baby boomers are considered a necessary part of the voter bloc, you can’t just go out there and say America is evil.

I wish OJ Simpson was running for president.

He kills sluts and he loves America and thinks Colin Kaepernick is a whiny little bitch.

Top Comments

  1. BBF says:

    Robert…Bobby, baby…the only chance you have is to touch your toes and let Mayor Pete get at that ASS.

  2. You’re GD right it was!!
    Beto needs a beating. In Super Mario Bros.

  3. Bon says:

    America was founded as a White nation:

    “For ourselves and our posterity” does not mean Somalis, Mexicans, Congolese, Rohingan and every other 3rd world scum the government allows to pour into our nation.

    As for Beto:

    Beto O’Rourke arrested in 1990s for burglary and DWI

    Although this will improve his cred with his base…

  4. No doubt some kikeservative like Ben Shapiro will use this to construct a kosher sandwich by making the bullshit argument that America was really founded on multiethnic, creedal civic nationalism. So predictable.

  5. Bon says:

    The term “White Supremacy” or “White Supremacist” is being used as a cudgel against any/all Whites these days to “keep us in our place.”

    There is anything BUT White Supremacy now; this nation was founded as a White nation, for and by Whites for “themselves and their posterity” - and it was so until Jews were allowed into the U.S. around the 1860’s “fleeing tsarist Russia” - and have been bent on utterly destroying everything we Whites have built since then - our heritage, history, traditions, laws, morals, etc., everything that made America great.

    And now we have a White asshole, pretending to be Mexican, kissing his Jew-masters’ asses by virtue singnaling that he is “down with their cause” - i.e., full onboard the anti-White Jew train.

  6. “America was Founded on White Supremacy.”

    Informally yes. Formally it was founded on class supremacy. That is the unwillingness of the upper class in America to take dictation from the upper class of the UK. That’s what Jefferson’s phrase All Men are Created Equal was all about. That the upper class of America was just as good as the upper class of Britain even though they didn’t have “king”, “duke” or “earl” in front of their name. The charge that the use of slavery was an expression of White supremacy is ludicrous. The upper class is bringing in racial foreigners and using them to economically displace members of their own race is “racial supremacy”? Stupid.
    But the fact that common White people spread all over this continent, engaged the “Indians” (I prefer to call them New World Mongoloids) in combat and defeated them and then settled down and proceeded to create their own country was DEFINITELY an act of White Supremacy. God Bless Them!
    So there were two foundings of America. The formal and the informal. One based on class supremacy and the other on White supremacy. ;)

  7. Good, half our argument is already won then. We are the real Americans, glad the enemies agree with us.

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