National Review hates working class whites

The beauty of the Trump campaign is that it is unmasking all of the entryists, infiltrators, and cuckservatives who have been leading conservatives astray for decades. Case in point, the white-hating “conservative” Kevin Williamson:

In a featured article for the prestigious conservative journal
entitled “The FatherFuhrer,” Williamson seeks to rebut criticism that he
and other conservatives don’t articulate any policies that would appeal
to Trump’s blue collar supporters.

Williamson, a long-time critic of The Donald, essentially agrees that
he doesn’t support any policies or rhetoric directly tailored to the
working-class — particularly about jobs being taken by outsourcing and
immigration — because it would be wrong to do so.

“It is immoral because it perpetuates a lie: that the white working
class that finds itself attracted to Trump has been victimized by
outside forces,” the NR roving correspondent writes. “[N]obody did this
to them. They failed themselves.”

He then goes on to make the conclusion that it’s great these
communities are dying out because they have a warped morality and are a
dead weight on the economy.

“The truth about these dysfunctional, downscale communities is that
they deserve to die. Economically, they are negative assets. Morally,
they are indefensible,” the conservative writer says.

What is conservative about calling working class white communities morally indefensible and deserving of death?

It’s telling that National Review, which fired everyone from Sobran to Derbyshire, not only didn’t fire Williamson, they published his appalling, anti-white hate.