By Michael Hoult
Right-wing radio show host Michael Savage has warned that a Hillary Clinton presidency might spell the beginning of the end of the white male power structure.
“If Hillary wins, she will take power after eight years of Obama, a black militant leftist,” said Savage on his show “The Savage Nation.” “Hillary will only continue his work. She could pass a law that insists that government agencies have to be headed by militant lesbians, like her. It’s already hard out there for a white man. White men are getting squeezed out of the board room and the White House.”
Savage also urged white people to vote for Donald Trump and “take their country back.”
Pat Buchanan, a former Republican presidential candidate, has been tapping into the frustrations of white men for decades. And a recent column continues in that vein.
Buchanan complained about the system being rigged against white men in his latest syndicated column, according to Right Wing Watch.
“When did the country vote to convert the America we grew up in into the Third World country our descendants will inherit in 2042?” said Robertson. “In the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a Congressional majority voted to end discrimination against black folks. When did we vote to institute pervasive discrimination against white folks, especially white males, with affirmative action, quotas and racial set-asides? Even in blue states like California, affirmative action is routinely rejected in statewide ballots. Yet it remains regime policy, embedded in the bureaucracy.”
However, in spite of the complaints of Savage and Buchanan, white men still remain firmly in power. If elected, Clinton will become the first female president in the nation’s history. Also, 87 percent of Congress members are white men. According to the Huffington Post, 91 percent of Fortune 500 CEOS are white males.