Trump’s Approval Rating at 50%, Proving No One Except People Who Already Hated Him Care About the Kookspiracy

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 16, 2017

We have hit maximum Russian kookspiracy overload.

It is all the media talks about, it is all anyone in the government talks about.

And yet, here we are.


Rasmussen Reports:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Fifty percent (50%) disapprove.

This is the first time the president’s overall approval rating has hit the 50% mark since late April. His approval rating has ranged from a high of 59% in late January shortly after he took office to a low of 42% in early April.

The latest figures include 31% who Strongly Approve of the way Trump is performing and 42% who Strongly Disapprove.

This doesn’t speak simply to the weakness of the Russian narrative, but also to the waning power of the Jewish media.

It just isn’t able to directly dictate people’s thoughts like it used to be able to.

There’s no way to know – at least without a whole lot more data that we don’t have – how much of the collapsing narrative is due to the weakness of the Russian kookspiracy narrative and how much of it is due to general distrust in the media. But it is some combination of the two.

Rasmussen had several other interesting data points this week, including relating to the SPLC shooter.

Most Americans think politics is to blame for this week’s shooting attack on Republican members of Congress and aren’t writing it off as just random violence. 

By comparison, just 28% said the shooting of Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the killing of six others in Arizona in January 2011 was the result of political anger.

A sizable number of voters, including most Republicans, believe former FBI Director James Comey should be punished for leaking to the media.

Most voters think Congress needs to investigate whether former Attorney General Loretta Lynch interfered in last year’s FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton.

As the unemployment rate drops to its lowest level in 10 years, optimism among voters that the U.S. economy is fair has soared to new highs.

The president commended the opening of a new coal mine in Pennsylvania last week, but nearly half (49%) of voters think the United States should begin to systematically phase out the use of coal-fired power plants over the next 50 years.

Greenhouse gas emissions from those plants are blamed for global warming. But while voters continue to say global warming is a serious problem, they refuse to pay more in higher taxes and utility costs to combat it.

An international study released this week claims the United States has the greatest percentage of obese children and young adults, but most Americans don’t think that applies to them.

Yes, people are lying to themselves about their own fatness and the fatness of their children.

This is not just women, but also feminized men. Men are talking on female traits, behaving like women, thinking like women.

A key character trait of the female is an inability for self-reflection.

And yes, I imagine people care more about jobs and the economy than the Russian kookpsiracy. And Trump is objectively good for the domestic economic agenda.

It gets to the point where it is like, “well, if Russia installed Trump, and Trump got me a good job, then thanks Russia.”

The global warming thing is meh. The same people who are against Trump believe in that particular theory. They are people who will believe anything they are told to believe. And their numbers are beginning to dwindle.

It is really the very old generation that is the true believers in the Jewish system. Those who raised in it – without being given any choice – are much less likely to strongly support it in the future.

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