Matt Walsh has been on fire lately. I have actually come to respect him very much as he appears to be a man of principle (and a good role model, too, a married father of 6 with a stay-at-home wife).
He has a suggestion on fighting the culture war:
Here's what we should do: Pick a victim, gang up on it, and make an example of it. We can't boycott every woke company or even most of them. But we can pick one, it hardly matters which, and target it with a ruthless boycott campaign. Claim one scalp then move onto the next.
The problem is that many conservatives don't have the stomach or attention span for this. And our political "leaders" are almost completely useless. There is a way to win real victories. We just need a little grit and a little follow through.
He then gets these replies to his 2nd tweet:
Another big issue is that a lot of Republicans aren't perpetually online. They don't live on social media. Most Democrats live their lives on social media. They can be easily reached, organized and push hashtags. A huge portion of Republicans are on their boats, hunting, fishing, working on their cars, etc. It's just not as easy to mobilize Republicans as it is Democrats.
Matt, You are missing one key difference with the non-left. We are all massive individualists. It is like herding cats. The left is like sheep, all it takes is one Shepard. We are like the chiefs of Gaul, we may band together briefly, but eventually Caesar will have his due.
The 1st reply looks like a meme criticising Boomers. You know, the one where they would rather chill and grill while their country is burning around them. The other one presents a famous right wing trope about "rugged individualism". Well, how does it work for you? One side is fanatical about winning, while the other one promotes egoism as its highest value.
Some "conservatives" even replied that "the market should sort it out". In other words, if there are customers for sin and degenerate behaviour, so be it? It's all OK because muh free market? Market is about trade, not about morals and in a healthy Christian society it would never be up to some merchant to determine what the country's values are.
I should add that it's by no means only American right which exhibits such loser traits as it's hardly different in other countries. While the lefties all support each other, the right parties and movements have lots of infighting and tend to fall apart quickly. Because egoism is a vice, not a virtue.