Recently two nationalist rockstars, Edward Dutton and Steve Sailer discussed HBD and the American elections in the Jolly Heretic Show. Viewers were shocked to notice that both are defeatists and believe in MSM and Big Tech ridiculous propaganda about the elections. However, all this naivety and defeatism might not be that surprising since unlike Ron “Honest” Unz they seem to still buy many official truths from the Magic bullet and collapsing towers all the way to the sanctity of Big Pharma.
Sailer’s Unz blogger colleague Anatoly Karlin also shocked many by accepting the official narrative about the elections. Between the lines it is easy to read that one reason for Karlin’s defeatism seems to be that he is upset that Trump does not buy into COVID hysteria. Perhaps Sailer shares Karlin’s attitude? After all, Sailer is a true believer in Big Pharma.
One explanation for defeatism might also be that Sailer does not believe in the Rockefeller-Rothschild U$Srael ruling elite that is trying to save their money machine (FED run fractional banking petrodollar system) by a scamdemic that not only gets rid of Trump by enabling massive vote fraud but also resets the world economy and creates a global police state. Therefore Sailer might find it difficult to believe in a massive well planned conspiracy to steal the election. After all, to steal the elections with massive coordinated vote fraud you need a ruling elite that really calls the shots. But there is no mathematical proof that a ruling elite exists!
Therefore this might also be a methodological question that involves empiricism vs. rationalism. Number guys are often empiricists who tend to be slightly autistic beta nerds who have hard time reading people and thus tend to not believe in large conspiracies. Often they do not even believe in small conspiracies. Not even when they themselves are the target victims! For them individuals and societies are atomistic and things just happen more or less randomly. History just bumbles along.
Empiricists do try to find some general mathematical patterns in history and sociology but easily get lost and often do not see the rationalist big picture, i.e. the forest for the trees. Human sciences are too categorically different from the natural sciences that number guys are in love with. Statistics might be exciting but a terrible foundation for the study of history and sociology. Even if you love baseball.
Interestingly, for a long time Sailer even tried to find excuses for Jeffrey Epstein and still does not seem to believe that he was a small part of a huge Zionist-pedo conspiracy to blackmail elite scientists, politicians and businessmen. That is a too far-out conspiracy. After all, do satanist pedophiles even exist? Surely Israel would not create a network of them and help them take leading positions in western countries. Unthinkable. Pure QAnon nonsense. Nothing to see here. Or notice.
Anyone who looks at the facts must realize that the elections were stolen by the ruling elite. First, the polls were purposefully way off. Ridiculously so. One would think that alone would have given Dutton and Sailer a rude awakening. Instead they still sound like Nate Silver.
Second, mail-in voting was a total joke and made fraud much easier. The lack of ID and signature verification is absurd at least for Europeans. It really opened the floodgates for massive vote fraud. Why is this not obvious to Dutton and Sailer?
Third, nobody denies that many Republican poll watchers were not allowed meaningful access and many were even thrown out. Is this not a huge red flag? Why does this not seem to concern Dutton and Sailer? They sound like Bill Barr. Btw, he just also happened to cover up Iran-Contra for the ruling elite.
Fourth, the many huge statistical anomalies are also a red flag. Both Dutton and Sailer are number guys. Have they really not read the Basham article?? Is Spectator also a too far-out publication?
Steve Cortes also gives a short summary of these anomalies:
It is also surprising that Dutton and Sailer seem to not have heard of the ultimate (election) number guy, Matt Braynard who has unearthed very important *undeniable and verified* facts which alone prove that Trump won enough swing states:
Perhaps Dutton could make a program about the elections and explain us why he believes they were not stolen? Afterall, it is a very important topic and his audience is clearly very interested.
Also Steve Sailer could also try to touch the subject in his popular Unz blog. It is difficult to imagine anything more important to notice.