Tate is the "right-wing" figure post-White America deserves
I love acting like a preppy WASP. Going to most places in Public with a collared shirt and decent khakis makes people almost instantly take you seriously compared to the riffraff that are most Americans and USians.
Great piece. Feels like there’s a whole line of smarter commentary that needs to be written on how “Brazilification” would actually play out in the US. Tate is a forerunner of that, no?
Really strong piece. More people should read Scott.
Hi Scott, your analysis of the Andrew Tate phenomenon is spot on!
I hope you will comment on Tucker Carlson recently giving Andrew Tate two and a half hours on his Twitter platform and seeming to agree with Tate while never challenging Tate on his degenerate lifestyle and OnlyFans business that Tate has publicly and repeatedly bragged about. Why would Tucker want to be associated with the likes of Tate?
Hey Scott, I did reply earlier to a post, but I don't believe that it is only just Tate who will come to define the right. For one, Tate is no intellectual or serious political figure. He gives out social commentary and takes stances on issues that are political such as immigration or wokeness but isn't someone like Tucker Carlson or Nick Fuentes. I believe the future of the right is Nick Fuentes, who is significantly younger than Tate and commands a large following of young conservatives on the right. The one thing holding Nick back is censorship, but if that problem is solved to a certain capacity, his rise may continue.