Before Hillary Clinton offered up her latest paranoid rant on the “Alt Right,” I received a number of calls from the media inquiring about my thoughts on the subject.

I consider myself a pretty informed person when it comes to politics, but, before this flurry of press calls, I had honestly never heard the term. Maybe I wasn’t invited to the secret club.

I discouraged these interviews by explaining ahead of time that I was unfamiliar with the label and uncomfortable and suspicious of contrived political classifications generally.

It didn’t help. It became apparent to me the Big Media were determined to set the stage for Hillary’s latest conspiracy theory about a realignment of the right that incorporated nationalism and racism.

The Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis figured prominently into this new, emerging coalition, according to the reporters who called me.

“How many Nazis and Klan members do you know?” I asked. “I don’t know any. I don’t know any racists. If I did, I wouldn’t invite them to my daughter’s wedding. I wouldn’t attend their weddings or accept money from them as Hillary Clinton did. I would have blown the dog whistle on them years ago, decades ago, rather than wait until these people I considered racist were running for president against me. Do you see why this allegation has no credibility coming from Hillary Clinton?”

Silence on the other end of the phone.

I know Hillary and the Democrats love to smear people with the racism tag. I’ve had it thrown at me. The only evidence anyone ever introduced into the allegation against me was my disdain of Barack Obama.

But that hardly makes me a racist. It makes me someone who loves freedom rather than slavery to government. It makes me someone who loves the Constitution and hates lawlessness. It makes me someone who reveres America and doesn’t want to see it “fundamentally transformed.” It makes me someone who loves humility and rejects prideful arrogance.

However, that’s not really what I want to talk about today.

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I don’t think the so-called “Alt Right” as I have seen it defined in recent days is much of a factor in our world today. But I do believe I can make the case that Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party are using this term to create a kind of alternate reality to disguise what they are doing.

Have you ever noticed how some people accuse others of doing what they themselves do?

That’s what’s going on here.

Whatever the “Alt Right” might be, it’s politically irrelevant compared with what we’ll call the “Alt Left.”

What is the “Alt Left”?

It’s a movement of phony self-righteousness and “compassion” that it uses to gain power. It will do anything and say anything to achieve its goal of hammerlock control not only of government, but every significant cultural institution – from schools, universities and the press to churches, foundations, Hollywood and unions.

It has created a self-funding mechanism that includes a club of guilt-ridden billionaires who insulate themselves from attack by donating to the “Alt Left” causes. It also uses shakedown tactics to intimidate cowering corporations into doing its political and cultural bidding.

And here’s the kicker: It’s racist to the core!

The “Alt Left” supports population control, eugenics and repression of minorities. It does this in several ways:

  • Stands silent amid the greatest population control campaign in global history as fascist China limits births to one or two children, enforcing the restrictions with state terror.
  • Supports abortion on demand, taxpayer support for the largest abortion provider in America that maintains nearly all of its abortion facilities in minority communities in the cities controlled by Democrats. That same abortion provider was founded by a leading eugenics advocate, Margaret Sanger, who remains a heroine to Hillary Clinton.
  • The “Alt Left” is 100 percent Democrat – a party birthed in the support of slavery, a party whose military arm was the Ku Klux Klan, a party that fought civil rights and integration through the middle of the 1960s.
  • Since the mid-1960s, the “Alt Left” Democrats have kept their collective foot on the neck of minority communities in different ways. As the architect of the plan, the late President Lyndon B. Johnson explained his “Great Society” program strategy to two Democrat governors aboard Air Force One this way: “I’ll have those n—–rs voting Democratic for the next 200 years.” (This is documented in Ronald Kessler’s 1996 book, “Inside the White House.”)
  • Today, the “Alt Left” Democrats ferociously fight any attempts to woo minorities from their political plantation. Those efforts consistently include smearing their opponents as the racists.

While the “Alt Left” Democrats smear Republicans for what they themselves do, they insulate themselves from guilt by real associations with groups like the Communist Party USA, which has supported them without reservation for election cycle after election cycle. When a lifelong, avowed socialist ran a viable campaign for the presidency in 2016, it barely created a ripple of indignation or concern from the same media that bought – hook, line and sinker – the charges of racism and extremism against the Republican nominee.

And that, in a nutshell, ladies and gentlemen, is the way the Democrats avoid any accountability for their own record of racism and extremism while hurling epithets against their opponents.

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