Yesterday I ended a post with this:
So the Neo-Marxists are undermining their own cause and are actually helping out the fascist corporate capitalists. Hillary represented the rightwing fascists and Trump the leftwing Marxists. And by trying to get Cory and his followers to understand that was what got me banned in July. It will be interesting to read the Madvillelites respond to Hickey's common sense analysis. And will Cory finally understand the need for true conservatives and populist Democrats joining together in order to fight the oligarchy, or will he remain stuck on stupid?
In a comment, Heidelberger proved he is still stuck on stupid:
I reject the notion of wait and see, give him a chance. Trump has shown us the kind of man and leader he is, a sexist, racist fascist with no real regard for the working class and no realistic plans to help them.
They are so stuck on stupid that they refuse to listen to liberals like Robert Reich:
Hillary Clinton’s defeat is all the more remarkable in that her campaign vastly outspent the Trump campaign on television and radio advertisements, and get-out-the-vote efforts. Moreover, her campaign had the support in the general election not of only the kingpins of the Democratic party but also many leading Republicans, including most of the politically active denizens of Wall Street and the top executives of America’s largest corporations, and even former Republican president George HW Bush. Her campaign team was run by seasoned professionals who knew the ropes. She had the visible and forceful backing of Barack Obama, whose popularity has soared in recent months, and his popular wife. And, of course, she had her husband.
Trump, by contrast, was shunned by the power structure. Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential candidate in 2012, actively worked against Trump’s nomination. Many senior Republicans refused to endorse him, or even give him their support. The Republican National Committee did not raise money for Trump to the extent it had for other Republican candidates for president.
Heidelberger and his fellow cultural Neo-Marxists need to look no further than their own party's establishment:
The Democratic party once represented the working class. But over the last three decades the party has been taken over by Washington-based fundraisers, bundlers, analysts, and pollsters who have focused instead on raising campaign money from corporate and Wall Street executives and getting votes from upper middle-class households in “swing” suburbs.
Democrats have occupied the White House for 16 of the last 24 years, and for four of those years had control of both houses of Congress. But in that time they failed to reverse the decline in working-class wages and economic security. Both Bill Clinton and Barack Obama ardently pushed for free trade agreements without providing millions of blue-collar workers who thereby lost their jobs means of getting new ones that paid at least as well.
They stood by as corporations hammered trade unions, the backbone of the white working class – failing to reform labor laws to impose meaningful penalties on companies that violate them, or help workers form unions with simple up-or-down votes. Partly as a result, union membership sank from 22% of all workers when Bill Clinton was elected president to less than 12% today, and the working class lost bargaining leverage to get a share of the economy’s gains.
Bill Clinton and Obama also allowed antitrust enforcement to ossify – with the result that large corporations have grown far larger, and major industries more concentrated. The unsurprising result of this combination – more trade, declining unionization and more industry concentration – has been to shift political and economic power to big corporations and the wealthy, and to shaft the working class. This created an opening for Donald Trump’s authoritarian demagoguery, and his presidency.
In a post titled "America is Bigger Than Rural Trumpism" (South Dakotans favored Trump by about two to one over Clinton), Cory uses false propaganda to say anti-American policies are American:
Aberdeen and South Dakota depend on young builders like Kiefer who can travel abroad but feel comfortable coming back to stake their claim and apply their talents and experiences to making South Dakota greater. We also depend on the refugees and immigrants whom Kiefer and other smart patriots can welcome, because they understand that while America’s faces change, America’s ideals remain the same.
First , Heidelberger is pusgin a false equivalency between legal immigration and the illegal Mexican invasion of American. Second, bringing in cheap labor is what the crony capitalists that supported Hillary want. Cory's promotion of cultural Neo-Marxism is playing right into the hands of the global fascists. When you are stuck on stupid, you end up calling lies the truth and that can only stand if he ignores and/or out right ban the truth from his vehicle of propaganda to change America's ideals. Those ideals are still popular in South Dakota. The reason why Democrats are now so unpopular in South Dakota is because Neo-Marxists like Cory Heidelberger are being too vocal with their radical anti-American ideals.