Alex Stein Attacked by Astroturfed Leftists
He called out a "reporter" likely trying to doxx conservatives at CPAC
The Notorious #99 does it again. At the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex’s largest conservative gathering, CPAC let in Vice News reporter Tess Owen, despite her glorification of doxing conservatives.
Why a Neomarxist slanderer associated with a far-Left trash site was allowed at the CONSERVATIVE Political Action Conference is a mystery. However, CPAC’s Chair Matt Schlapp ain’t exactly conservative himself, even coming out as pro-tranny, allowing drag queens at past events, and ignoring actual conservatives like Michelle Malkin.
During CPAC, Alex Stein confronted Owens and brought a spotlight on her/him/xer. Owens was easily spotted (she was literally the only masktard there), so this task was child’s play and it is appalling nobody does this to media outlets more often.
While Stein was praised by fans and fellow attendees, astroturfed fruitcakes like Newsmax’s Alex Kalvi were displeased. When confronted by actual patriots, he doubles down with the lame “two ‘wrongs’ don’t make right” agitprop; the last stance one should take when dealing with neo-Bolsheviks that tried to make Trump a political prisoner.
Judging by Salvi’s continued employment by Newsmax, many catering to the grassroots Right are grifters. They believe coddling doxxers and letting Antifa auxiliaries run wild at events, and attacking those daring to confront them, is what conservatives must do to be “the better man,” even if it means losing the nation they seek to protect. If so, it is no wonder conservatives have conserved nothing over the past few decades.
It is understandable Newsmax would “punch Right,” attacking someone wanting to solve problems they endlessly bleat about; they need these issues to still be pertinent to get paid. Besides, the hypocrites at Newsmax have more common ground with Vice than their viewership.
The rampant practice of bashing people for actually promoting true conservatism, and following its tenets is called Punching Right. This phenomenon occurs when self-identified “conservatives” gladly play softball with Leftists, including when important issues are at stake, but cutthroatly attack those in their own wing for being “too far-Right.” Whether it be Newsmax crypto-queers attacking Alex Stein, Nikki Haley, Mitt Romney, and Lindsey Graham undermining Trump, or even the berating of Nate Schatzline and Jeff Younger in the primary runoffs, this plague infests the GOP.
Such tendencies are also displayed by Libertarian entryists like Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), who’s hobbies involve brow-beating actual conservatives while demanding lower taxes for globalist corporate donors (including those funding out-of-state abortions) and bottoming for Monkeypox-Americans. While unsurprising since they are lolbertarians (basically Democrats minus tax hikes), it is still asinine.
However, leaders people actually like refuse to commit such buffoonery. One who spoke at CPAC was Arizona gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake, who won her primary via America First policies, never punching right. In fact, she punched Left, bashing Abbott and the Lemon caucus establishment for giving border invaders free bus rides.
Soon, “punching Right” will be extinct, and millions of conservatives will be unafraid to confront subverters in both parties. Alex Stein’s actions are commendable, and should be replicated whenever possible. True Rightists should be standing with Stein and Trump, and not be swayed by the Moral Equivalence Fallacy. Together we can ensure further victories, push the Overton Window, and save Texas. Remember, better far-Right than far-wrong.
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