Glenn Beck Sides With Charlie Kirk And Drag Queens

The Blaze recently smeared America First attendees at Turning Point USA’s “Culture War LIVE” event at Ohio State University that took place on October 29, 2019.

In a piece titled “Turning Point USA blasts white nationalist, homophobic ‘trolls’ who ‘sabotaged’ event Q&A“,  The Blaze highlighted how Turning Point USA President Charlie Kirk and TPUSA contributor Rob Smith hit back against anti-gay “trolls” who  allegedly “sabotaged” the Q&A segment of the OSU event.

With gusto, Glenn Beck’s publication is seemingly endorses Charlie Kirk’s brand of drag queen conservatism.

Benny Johnson, the organization’s chief creative officer, tweetedThere were a number of trolls who sabotaged the Q&A portion of tonight’s @tpusa event. Many of the questions were abhorrent and were not asked in good faith. White nationalism and anti-gay hatred have no place in our movement. This is what the Left wants. It’s time to Wake Up.”

Smith, who according to his Twitter bio is “proudly despised by leftists AND the alt-right!”,  helped Kirk derail several pointed questions directed towards the conservative leaders.

When asked about the demographic implications of Third World mass migration, Kirk scoffed at the question and said he found it “to be a racist question.” He then added, “I do not think that America should become a white ethno-state,” and views it as a “fringe perspective.”

Kirk says all this without providing evidence to his claims, instead just throwing around accusations.

Despite the counter-signaling put on by TPUSA leaders, the questions of mass migration are valid given the economic impact, effects on public security, and overall political impact that unchecked inflows of immigration will have on a country.

Vincent James of the Red Elephants YouTube channel has done extensive research on the impact mass migration could have the GOP’s electoral prospects in the next few decades. Additionally, BLP reported on how the 2018 mid-term elections witnessed districts with foreign voters higher than the national average vote Democrat 90 percent of the time.

TPUSA can dismiss immigration skeptics as “racists” or “nativists”, but the questions they ask hold the keys to the Republican Party’s survival.

The Republican Party has the default voter base for the ideas of free markets and limited government in America. But if that base is diluted through continuous inflows of migrants, there will be no place for Kirk and other legacy conservatives to advance their ideas, let alone win major elections.




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