Globalist pearl-clutching over nationalist Viktor Orban's sweeping victory in Hungary election

If you judge Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz party by their enemies, then their sweeping victory yesterday, winning a third term, was a triumph for good.  Reuters calls him a "strongman" in its report of his victory, a term usually reserved for undemocratic dictators.  The Associated Press settles for "conservative" as its headline adjective – no compliment in its lexicon, but accurate.  But the journalists are being outdone by globalist politicians in Western Europe. The AP reports: Luxembourg's foreign minister says Germany, France and others should weigh in against what he calls a "tumor" of scaremongering after Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban won a clear election victory. Viktor Orban, with no visible tumors (photo credit). The purported "scaremongering," of course, is over the invasion of Europe by millions of uninvited...(Read Full Post)