Trump’s Low Approval Among America’s Jewish Diaspora is a Major White Pill

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
October 31, 2018

Most Jews in America are not in favor of “Making America Great Again.” The opposition from these Jews is proof that Donald Trump is moving the country in the right direction.

The midterm election is less than a week away.

Every White person in America should be voting for a straight Republican ticket next week regardless of our political differences. One of the reasons we all need to do this is because of the fact that America’s Jewish diaspora overwhelmingly disapproves of Trump.

A recent survey conducted by the Israeli press shows that Jews will be voting for Democrats by a significant margin next week.


An overwhelming majority of American Jews plan to vote for Democratic candidates in the upcoming midterm elections, according to a new poll released Wednesday. President Donald Trump’s policies on the Israeli-Palestinian issue have garnered him almost no additional Jewish support, the poll concluded.

The poll, conducted by pollster Mark Mellman on behalf of the Jewish Electorate Institute, included interviews with 800 American Jews from different religious streams and geographical areas. The most significant result in the poll: Seventy-four percent of respondents said they plan to vote for a Democratic candidate in their districts in the upcoming November 6 midterm elections. In contrast, only 26 percent plan to vote for Republican candidates.

These numbers show very little change in U.S. Jewish public opinion compared to what exit polls conducted on Election Day in 2016 had shown. Trump received the votes of approximately 25 percent of American Jews in 2016, according to those polls, while his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton won 70 percent of the U.S. Jewish vote.

In Mellman’s recent poll, Trump’s favorability among Jews is very low, with only 23 percent of respondents saying they have a favorable view of the current president. In comparison, 74 percent expressed a favorable view of former Vice President Joe Biden, and 72 percent expressed a favorable view of the previous president, Barack Obama.

Even just a few years ago, there was very little if any difference between the Democrats and Republicans. Both parties were largely controlled from behind the scenes with Jewish money. In that environment, one could easily argue that it was not worth voting because the end result was of little consequence. Trump’s election in 2016 changed that. The parties are now significantly more polarized, with moderates and centrists finding it much more difficult to maintain political viability.

Michael Bloomberg is just one of many Jews pouring huge amounts of money into Democrat coffers.

What’s happened is that the Democrat Party has become the party of Jewish globalism and Marxism. They are getting bankrolled by wealthy Hollywood Jews and a wide variety of Jewish billionaires like Michael Bloomberg and George Soros. The top five donors to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign were all Jews.

The Republican Party meanwhile has been transformed into a much more populist pro-White working man’s party. This is why cuckservative types like Paul Ryan, Jeff Flake and others are leaving Congress. Many of the Jewish donors who used to back the Republican Party pulled their support when Trump became the party’s nominee for president.

The fact of the matter is that Trump’s policies have not been favorable for most Jews living in the United States. If they were, his approval would be much higher than 23 percent. The Jews that support him are mostly hardcore Zionist types like Sheldon Adelson. They have a much more Israel-first focused worldview compared to other members of their tribe. They are less interested in the domestic politics of America and more interested in the survival of Israel.

Trump is effectively enacting policies that are not beneficial to America’s Jewish diaspora while shielding himself from criticism with his strong pro-Israel positions. He also has no choice but to maintain a pro-Israel position given that a large portion of his political base are Christians who love Israel. They’ve been brainwashed into believing that these Christ-killing Jews are “God’s chosen people.” And since our deprogramming work is not yet complete, an anti-Israel position on the right-wing has not yet become a mainstream thing in American politics.

Right now there are much bigger gefilte fish to fry than Israel, which is why we shouldn’t care if Trump maintains a pro-Israel position for political reasons. America’s Jewish diaspora is a much greater and more immediate problem. Trump is actively opposing the major instruments of Jewish power in America. The most obvious case of this is his vocal opposition to the fake news media – which is really just the Jewish news media.

If the vast majority of Jews living in America don’t like what Trump is doing, it means he’s moving the country in a proper direction. This should be a major white pill for us. We need to continue supporting the “Make America Great Again” agenda even if we have minor disagreements with what it represents. It’s the most practical thing to do – otherwise, we’d be letting Jewish globalism and Marxism win by default.