Meet the Alt-Left
“Alt-right is short for ‘alternative right’,” Hillary Clinton recently told a crowd of college students in Reno, NV. She continued:
“Race-baiting ideas. Anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant ideas—[these are] all key tenets making up an emerging racist ideology known as the ‘alt-right.’"
Hillary is only correct in stating that alt-right is short for alternative right. Historically, the term emerged from a desire for an alternative to mainstream conservatism along the vein of Patrick J. Buchanan’s libertarian-conservatism. Today, Democrats and the press use the term “alt-right” pejoratively, implying that if you support Donald Trump, you’re a white supremacist.
A strong offense is the best defense when fighting bullies. Today, our offense is to turn Hillary’s words against her. She and her ilk are the alternative-left. They have fallen away from the pragmatic Democratic ideals of John F. Kennedy and embraced a radical “power at any cost” fringe philosophy of Saul Alinsky and Bill Ayers.