Good article even thou she blames Trump for starting it all. The bashing and guilting of Whites started long before Trump ran for presidency.
I've noticed that immigrants can vote conservative/nationalistic. I have heard stories of Hispanics in the US voting for Trump and being anti-open border. And in the recent Hess, Germany elections the AfD percentages are the same for native and non-native German voters. It shows that perhaps immigrants experience the same ideological shifts as the natives. And so a reasonable proportion of the rise of the Right can/will come from immigrants who don't want to see their new home trashed (especially if they went to the trouble to legally immigrate). That means that civic-nationalism has more support than ethno-nationalism, where immigration has already occurred.
Ethno-nationalism is a smaller subset of civic-nationalism. And in democracies the more encompassing civic-nationalism will win the votes prior to ethno-nationalism.
Also blaming Trump is daft, the people put Trump where he is. The Left is loosing but has legacy power, the Right is winning but is only approaching halfway on most of the planet.
Pic from https://twitter.com/Dieter_Stein/status/1056673966155272193
This all suggests that in some cases the ideology of the people as a whole may be less divided along racial lines, and more straight up ideology.
>>182030>the people put Trump where he is
Democrats will never accept this.
It's the reason why they keep screeching about "muh popular vote" (as if it were ever supposed to be a deciding factor), and also why they'll never let go of the "much Russia" narrative.
2016 was a black eye for them. It caught them off guard and humiliated them when they were at peak smugness. They'll never accept any reality that legitimizes their failure.
I'll be very surprised if the Republicans don't win the popular vote, as well, these mid-terms. Victimhood politics is in decline.