Remembrance of chads hanging

Naomi Wolfe was an Al Gore presidential campaign advisor in 2000. She instructed him (among other things) on not ‘presenting’ as a Beta male. This was impossible, but Al was desperate.

Wolfe has been red pilled. She’s been mugged by the Overton Window, which, true to form, framed a much more sane view in 2000. She has detected the shift. I subscribe to her Substack.

She remembers the 2000 election controversy very well.
“Happy Indictment Day!” – Outspoken with Dr Naomi Wolf

I am experiencing considerable inner turmoil at the spectacle of President Trump’s indictment, as well as at the almost animalistic glee that this spectacle has triggered in the solid bloc of Democrats that currently surrounds me.

I am extraordinarily sad — at the thickheaded ignorance of history that those who are celebrating tonight, reveal; and at what has become of our country.

Don’t people understand — much as they may hate this fellow — that this is exactly what coup leaders in every banana republic, do? Seek to imprison their political opponents?

Especially while the political opponents are on the campaign trail?

Another reason for my discomfort and misery is that I have a guilty conscience, because of what I experienced two decades ago and what I know — things that not that many people have experienced or know, and things that seem to be generally forgotten. These memories bear directly on current events…

I am having relentless flashbacks to where I was and what I was doing in late 2000, when I was a consultant for Vice President Gore’s campaign for the Presidency.

As I’ve written elsewhere — and as I am trying desperately to remind everyone who will now listen, on every podcast that will have me — I was advising from a distance, and looped in, intermittently, to discussions within the campaign that were both public and private, about exactly the same issues that are now apparently criminal offenses even to entertain, let alone to mention in actual words.

So were almost all of the lawyers, campaign consultants, advisors and staffers of Gore 2000. So was the candidate himself, visibly.



I’m glad Al Gore is not our President. Bill and Hillary’s buddy just gets scarier every minute.

Not long ago, face crimson, neck veins distended, sweat pouring through his suit and spittle flying between his pounding fists – he was literally screaming that “Bush betrayed us!”

Now he delivers a speech, in enemy territory, where he tells lies damaging to his country. And there is no doubt he lied.

He makes this lying speech in a country where he’d be beaten for the public lip-lock he laid on Tipper at the Democrat convention, and where she’d be beaten more severely and then subject to arrest for not covering her head.

He attends this conference despite the fact our allies on the field of battle, the Danes, were uninvited because they stood up for free speech.

The conference organizers are a bunch of misogynist, homophobic, church-and-state-are-one thugs who’ve contributed to huge Hallibuton profits and enabled “global warming” via extraction of massive amounts of crude oil.

They finance madrassas in the United States – Islamic schools dedicated to the eventual imposition of sharia law on Americans.

All of this is anathema to him if he’s speaking in the US.

If you hold a former Vice-President of the United States to a reasonable standard, this $250,000 speaking engagement was not betrayal. It was treason.

James Lileks, here, on the same topic. Read it.