August 5 2016 – Negro Traffic Cones At Heathrow
Andrew Carrington Hitchcock joins Matthew Heimbach for Friday’s edition of The Daily Traditionalist and starts by talking about the threats that people face just for speaking the truth. The German who spotted the Munich shooter and raised the alarm, is now being charged with hate crimes for the language he used when reporting the murders. This is just an ordinary member of the public, not a nationalist. The more they clamp down on free speech, the more they drive people towards nationalism.
The Black Lies Matter movement have been working hard today to support us as well, by laying down in the road on the way to the main London airport and preventing passengers from getting to their planes on time to leave for their holidays. Andy points out that Black lives have very little value to other Blacks, they will even leave their young unattended in the back of a car in heat while they go out scoring crack or whatever else seemed more important to them than their own offspring.
Matt explains that BLM would not even exist if it wasn’t for Soros funding them. If they were really speaking up for Black people and advocating for their own territory as a solution to Black deaths, there is no way he would be supporting them. If BLM really cared about Black lives, they would be in the ghettoes building up Black communities, not making an idiots of themselves in White communities.
For the last part of the show Matt talks about third party candidates in the presidential election. In some of the very close states that have a history of voting for these parties, they might actually win some seats in this election. The Green Party may even get over 5% of the vote, which could have some influence on future politics in America. Trump has not even really started campaigning yet but the media are already acting like Clinton has won. Andy points out that we should not trust poll results, as recently polls in Britain have been shown to be wildly inaccurate over the Brexit vote and the last election. Whatever happens, the next few months are going to be very interesting on the American political scene.