THE NATIONALIST POPULISM OF TRUMP/SURROGATES EXPLAINED……

It ain’t conservatism/constitutionalism…..at all.

LEVIN EXPLAINS THE CRUCIAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NATIONALIST POPULISM AND CONSERVATISM

By: Chris Pandolfo | August 17, 2016

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Wednesday evening on the Mark Levin program, Conservative Review’s Editor-in-Chief took a moment to remark on the shakeup of Donald Trump’s campaign.

Stephen K. Bannon, Executive Chairman of Breitbart News, has taken over as the CEO of the Donald Trump campaign for president.

The mainstream media has referred to Bannon as a conservative, but he doesn’t  style himself as a conservative, Levin said. Rather, he uses the term “nationalist populist.”

But what does that mean exactly? Mark Levin explains.

Listen:

“Populism was the precursor to progressivism,” Levin said, recounting American history. The populism of the People’s party was “devoured by the Fabian socialists we call progressives, because they overlapped in terms of their philosophy: an autocratic view of government.”

“That’s why you rarely hear [Trump’s] campaign talk about the Constitution, let alone the Declaration of Independence,” Levin said.

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