"Well-deserved" doesn't matter. "Blowback" doesn't matter. Macho screams that "you will lose in the end" from guys who think that a weak argument gets magically transformed into a strong one when you make each sentence you write into its own paragraph may make a few readers feel good as they high-five each other—but they don't matter either. The sad but plain truth is that all this nonsensical "you lose" stuff won't turn even a single head in the ongoing Tribal victory parade through the New Universal Nation that was still recognizably the USA when I was drafted and shipped off to Vietnam to fight for Lord-knows-what in 1967.
Look at a few facts. What is this Walsh guy actually saying, aside from "my wife and I won't like you gay activists any more"? Forget about a plan of action, does he have a diagnosis
? Answer: Not even a clue—at least no clue he's willing to confide to his readers.
He did something similar in his pseudo-hip review of Noah
, where he promotes the movie while giving the appearance of rapping it. He talks about the movie's makers being "atheists"; yet he adroitly manages to overlook (conceal, maybe?) the fact that everyone involved with making the flick is a rich, prominent, rabidly Christophobic Jew. Oy, the irrelevance, the irrelevance!
Here's another fact. Brendan Eich, the Mozilla guy, is not Jewish. How many rich, important guys are there left in American business who aren't part of the Tribe? Answer: several fewer every single day. Do you think that if by some odd chance the Proposition 8 donor turned out to be, say, Larry Ellison of Oracle, he would have been pressured out of his job, too? If your answer is yes, you've forgotten who owns all the newspapers, all the radio stations, and all the TV networks.
Matt Walsh and folks like him are flesh-and-blood versions of those little valves atop pressure cookers. They permit just enough steam to escape so that the Powerless Many (soon to be the Far More Powerless Minority) can go back to their Bud and Baseball and Final Four and Blu-ray discs of Transformers LXXVII
with that warm-all-over feeling of having been good Americans. They can also look forward with bright eyes and smiles to an election in a few months, wherein a bunch of Republicans may end up replacing a bunch of Democrats. And what will their great accomplishment be? Why, they will take the hated and immoral and dysfunctionally Communist ObamaCare program and … and … change not a single damn thing about it.
Matt Walsh will cheer and cheer, I bet. And sadly, at least some of his readers will cheer about "well-deserved blowback."
I shall be dead before Matt Walsh is a lot older, but a lot of CI commenters will be living five or six or seven decades into the new Jewish-run, minority-staffed, and ethnically fragmented USA. The only blowback anyone will be able to look forward to in this transformed country will involve the kind where clubs or tasers come into contact with white Catholics heads and private parts. Think of that as your family gathers around the dear old 96-incher to cheer on the rich guys.