Already people are starting to play the “it’s all about Corbyn” game that we already saw in 2016 when it was “all about Hillary.” Yes, Corbyn is a total loser of a candidate with an impotent campaign, and so was Hillary. But this isn’t about any particular individual. It’s about “ordinary people rebelling against the neo-aristocracy of the woke identitarian middle classes who have hijacked their party.”
Even late yesterday afternoon there was a huge hashtagging effort on Twitter to promote the idea that Boris Johnson was going to lose his seat to some woke anti-semitic kid from Tehran. There’s this complete cluelessness as to what voters find appealing. Here in the US, one presidential candidate after another collapses under the weight of extreme wokesterism. And still nobody learns anything.
It’s not about any specific person. It’s simply that running around accusing everybody in sight of being a fascist and a -phobe of some kind repels everybody except for the tiny minority doing the running. And putting a stain on a heretofore unblemished long career in politics to support some woke drama queen who is into bestiality and thinks that women are genetically flawed is an insane thing to do.
It should be a simple thing to do. Stop constantly saying how much you despise the gigantic majority of the non-woke, and you’ll be fine. There’s still time before 2020 but it’s running out fast.