Once again, Fash the Nation has been vindicated on everything we've been saying for months on the two of the major political strategies being employed by the Trump administration related to DACA which is to 1) force a polarizing debate over immigration in an election year and, 2) if necessary, let Democrats shutdown the government over illegal immigration.
Not even 2 weeks into 2018 and the Overton Window has exploded with Donald Trump's latest comments on the morally superior inhabitants of totally-not-a-shithole countries, shifting the DACA debate from ThesePoorChildrenWhoCameHereThroughNoFaultOfTheirOwn™ to the obvious differences between Norwegian and Nigerian immigrants, why the latter should be barred from coming here and the merits of having more of the former. The J-Left would have you believe that American history began in 1965 and to pay no attention to what came before. McFeels and Halberstram debut a new, tigher episode format, digging deep on the immigration narrative from the origins of the Hart-Celler Act to the present state of the DACA negotiations. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
2018 began at a blistering pace, with now-fizzling Iran protests quickly taking a backseat to the downward spiral of Bannon and the publication of a sensational big if true book penned by preeminent fiction writer Michael Wolff, the apparent implosion of DACA negotiations, and a wave of news from the ongoing investigations in the FBI, the Clinton Foundation, and Fusion GPS. McFeels and Halberstram set the record straight on the ups and downs of DACA, the disbandment of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, as well as what's to come with immigration, the economy, and the unraveling of deep state collusion against Trump. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
McFeels and Halberstram return from Christmas break to bring you the latest on the goings on of the past week, beginning with the year-in-review of 2017. It has been a red letter year indeed. Then, a look ahead with our very own FTN SWOT analysis for 2018 and onto things heating up with immigration and the steady collapse of the Russian collusion narrative. From Democrat malaise and more cucks dropping like flies from the national stage, to the many missteps of Team Bannon as they break the cardinal rule of politics to never cuck. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
Fröhliche Weihnachten. Instead of the usual McFeels and Halberstram hot takes on the past week’s political news, Halberstram and Jayoh have been given the week off, but don’t dismay – there’s a jam-packed show ahead. First up, I finally had chance to sit down with the one and only Chris Cantwell this week and do some much-needed catching up. A little later on we’ll have Autolycus himself filling in for Jayoh de la Rey with the compilation of this week’s Europa Report. Finally we’ll have some excerpts of some classic interviews with the great Paul Kersey and the beloved Andrew Anglin. Mix in some authentic Old World Christmas music along with some appropriately timed interludes and you’ve got one very comfy episode of America’s most symphonic Alt-Right podcast coming your way.
Here Ajit sits, here Ajit dreams, Internet is kill because you no show bobs and vagene. With the repeal of net neutrality, the Internet will cease to exist...any minute now. The left threw everything they had at saving the Internet - Netflix, Twitter, and free bobs and vagene, but it wasn't enough to sway Ajit. Meanwhile in Congress, more resignations are on the way as Paul Ryan eyes the exits. With Mueller's probe continuing to implode and the potential for a second special counsel to investigate actual crimes increasing with each passing cable news cycle, it's shaping up to be a very white Christmas indeed.
Your most trusted voice in Alt-Right politics and analysis celebrates its centennial episode with Paul Nehlen, the most high-caliber contender for public office in the 2018 cycle. Incumbent soy boy Paul Ryan and his diminutive band of effeminate bugmen are on round-the-clock suicide watch while the snow blanketing the east coast has become the icing on the cake for one of the most tear-jerking weeks on record for the rootless cosmopolitan establishment. From SCOTUS' affirmation of the Muslim ban, to Roy Moore's mounting triumph over a Paul Singer-controlled GOPe, as the odds of impeachment fade, a giant mushroom cloud of MeToosim, public mistrust, and narrative collapse has formed over Washington. All this and more is ahead on an exciting 3 hour episode of Fash the Nation.
This week on America's most symphonic podcast on the Alt-Right, Halberstram returns to discuss the latest happenings in political media of the week with McFeels. From tax reform to the looming possibility of a government shutdown over DACA on the heels of injustice for Kate Steinle in San Francisco that will be blamed on the Democrats, to a J-Left in freefall from yet another barrage of unabated MeTooism, there are many great white pills to be had, including our new ally in the war on globalist terror who asks for nothing but to be paid in drowning refugees . It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
Full of turkey and free of POC, Eric Striker co-hosts this Thanksgiving edition of Fash the Nation with Jazzhands McFeels, covering the latest happenings in Washington and beyond. In the second hour, Striker tells the story of how he became a fellow /our guy/, afterward delving into the financial and subversive political structure of the establishment GOP. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
Taking full advantage of feminism's viral men-bashing #MeToo campaign, establishment Republicans are now haplessly employing the same tactics the left and Never Trump Republicans (a distinction without a difference) utilized against Trump during the campaign in 2016. As their narrative crumbles and Moore remains resilient, actual photographic evidence emerges against one of their own, forcing an awkward double standard to which many in a once-unified Democrat Party refuse to subscribe. From the little good, the inordinate amount of bad, and even more ugly on tax reform, to an honest analysis on the state of immigration, it's all ahead on Fash the Nation.