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"The Cult of Trump," or "How Stupid Can People Be?"

I have been active both locally and nationally in various social, economic, and political causes since the late 1980s.

Do Trump followers exhibit cult-like characteristics?

Do Trump followers exhibit cult-like characteristics?

Since I started blogging nearly 10 years ago, I have continuously sought to look at reality objectively (that is, without the liberal and/or conservative bent . . . as if those two life forms were the only ones in the known universe). For the most part, I have adhered to the practices of offering solutions—not just rant and rave about sociopolitical issues—and going out of my way not to purposefully offend my readers . . . with an explicit purpose that I will reveal later.

But for the first time, I am going to go out of my way to intentionally provoke a segment of my readership, just to prove my point. My point—and the subject of this article—is that supporters of Donald Trump illustrate the reality that they represent more of a rabid cult following than mere political supporters.

Some of you already know this. But for those of you who don’t, I invite you to visit any news website that regularly features news on the sociopolitical front. Pay close attention to the comments sections. Facebook news feeds are a great introduction to the Cult of Trump. Getting right to the point, these people are beyond fanatical. They are every bit the thin-skinned “snowflakes” (a derogatory term they often use in their comments and responses to describe those who can’t stomach the idea that Trump won the 2016 election, and one that I have appropriated for this piece, simply because it describes them far more those they accuse others of being such) that their false “messiah” is.


Most everyone with eyes to see, and a mind that is comprised of more than a single firing neuron, can see that Donald Trump is exceptionally susceptible to bruises to his ego, whether he is outright insulted, or when others have the nerve to defy His Holiness’s wishes. In response to any personal slight, he customarily takes to Twitter or calls a rally where is he usually embedded in the safety of his most rabid—and gullible—cultists, and insults them . . . with their tacit blessing (usually by way of raucous applause and laughter).

Oblivious to the lack of tact, class, maturity, and presidential caliber that such actions represent, his cult-following usually ignores these high-ground attributes by supporting his responses, and—not once—considering how immature, and rather stupid he looks compared to his fellow world leaders. More to the point, no matter how inappropriate, offensive, unprofessional, or embarrassing his behavior is, there's always someone around in Trump’s orbit of personality to defend his actions with near-insane reasoning and/or twisted logic.

One can only presume that this social-psychological dynamic is related to Trump’s extremely narcissistic personality, and messiah complex that he exhibits. These particular personality disorders of Trump are probably the hardest aspects of the man-child himself for Trumpers to dispute or deny. But this is not to say that they don’t give it the old college try. Many a time I have engaged with these cultists over these aspects of The Donald’s character flaws (and no doubt, others have too). When confronted, their usual line of “defense” is to compare this to former president Obama’s rock-star-like stature that he held (at least early in his presidency) globally.

However, there are several reasons that this isn’t even remotely comparable. This first is that by most objective standards, most people would agree that Obama’s personality was one of congeniality, even in the face of racist attacks by Deplorables and Tea Party extremists. Not once did Obama go to his Twitter account and verbally attack those who held the most racist and extreme animus toward the nation’s first Black president (e.g., “Racist Trolls Attack Malia Obama For Getting Into Harvard,” “Carl Paladino, Trump Ally, Wishes Obama Dead of Mad Cow Disease in ’17,” "Obama Tweets Draw Racist, Hateful Comments“).

Go ahead and search the internet for any vinegar-laced responses by Obama on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, or wherever to those who consistently attacked him and his family is such a manner. Again, I’ll wait for you. (By the way, this means actual childish tirades, and not those that you alone consider verbal attacks based on a typical new-jerk defense of Trump’s character.)


Second is Trump’s extreme narcissism in that he believes that the universe revolved around himself. And in this, both Trump and his cult following have something in common; they believe themselves to be smarter than everyone else. Now again, Trump supporters, in failing to acknowledge that this character flaw is exceptional and unprecedented among modern presidents, will seek to bring others down to the level of false idol by false comparisons. Those who hated Obama, and believed him to be the equal of Trump in this regard come to mind. However, both facts and reality—anathemas to Trump people—don’t bear this out (for you Trump supporters, “anathemas” are things that you don’t like). How many individuals within the mental health profession have questioned the mental and/or emotional stability of a sitting president? This was not an issue under Obama. But under Trump? Here are just a few brief rundowns of clinical mental health professionals who suspect Trump of questionable mental and/or emotional stability:

And of course, because Trump supporters could never find as many (read: any) articles and or the documented concerns of mental health professionals questioning the mental and/or emotional stability of Obama or Trump’s 2016 election opponent, Hillary Clinton, they will just continue to embrace their personal beliefs that Trump himself is no different than any other public previous office-holder.

Lastly, anyone who sings his own praises as much, and as often as Donald Trump lends much evidence to the very valid suspicion that the Trumpster he an overall unstable individual. If for no other reason, the many times that he himself has explicitly stated that “Only I can fix/solve…” As you might recall,

I would invite you to—again—search the media archives to find anyplace, chapter and verse, or any time either President Obama or Hillary Clinton declared so boldly that only they could be the solution to any problem American has. (Hint: No, this doesn’t mean that Trump is “confident” and/or “self-assured.” Such an overbearing perception of self-importance is a textbook symptom of narcissism). But before you decide to take the time doing so, you might want to pack a lunch; it’s going to be a while before you find it. Bottom-line Trumpers; to call Clinton or Obama “narcissists” on the same level as your boy Trump simply doesn’t work.

And this is the problem with the Cult of Trump. No matter what he does, the will overlook the worse of his attributes (and there are many), and exaggerate his positives (or which, you’d need an electron microscope to find them). Trump is a pathological liar. Here are some examples:

But if an intelligent observer points how excessively and regularly Trump lies (in order to inflate both his ego and competence levels), Trumpanzees will instantly jump into deflection mode; “But what about Hillary Clinton when…,” or “What about Obama's promise of…”

First, those tired deflections are just empty exercises in false equivalency. Don’t believe me? Google the terms, List of lies by President Obama, or Hillary Clinton. In fact, I invite you to find the most conservative of websites to try this with. Search all you’d like; you won’t find a compiled list of lies, half-truths, or delusional statements anywhere near as long as those others have compiled of Trump’s lies (go ahead and try those search terms . . . I’ll wait).

For Trumpers, the reality of his eerily preternatural ability to lie is usually ignored, excused, or simply “explained away” by his cult-following in lieu, of all the grandiose promises he made during his campaign up to the election . . . and his legislative “successes” he’s “accomplished” since taking office. Paradoxically, this mindset of rabid Trump supporters has a sense of warped logic to it because in many cases, ludicrous levels of dissonance and twisted logic is the only way for these misguided people can fall back on in defending Trump.


In much the same context, those who belong to the Cult of Trump share tend to share Trump’s almost clinically-pathological rejection of facts and consistent logic in lieu of their own delusional beliefs. And while an examination of social media websites will yield how much of a bubble of anti-reality Trump and his cultists, nothing cements this fact more than a conversation with a Trumptard. However, if you are going to engage in doing so, do so with the knowledge that no amount of empirical evidence—no documented transcripts, no documented dates/times/places, no amount if unassailable logic, no video evidence to the contrary—is going to dissuade this cult-followers from their own blind devotion to Trump and his decisions, even when those decisions contradicts their own long-held sociopolitical perspectives.

Take Trump’s nomination (and subsequent confirmation) of Betsy Devos to the cabinet position of Secretary of Education. Her elevation to this position, despite her lack of a record of commitment to public education as an educator, administrator or elected official, stands in stark contrast to Republicans’ decades-long opposition to affirmative action as a policy. But in Devos, a woman (i.e., a member of a historically recognized minority group), with no background in education, no education-related education, background, or experience, and a proven obviously questionable grasp of education laws (see: “Unqualified and Dangerous,” US News & World Report) represents the epitome of an affirmative action appointee.

The same could be said with Trump’s appointment of his former Republican Primary rival, noted neurosurgeon, and equally unqualified lack-wit Ben Carson to the post of Secretary of Housing. Apparently, appointing (read, “hiring”) unqualified minorities is an “unconstitutional” evil when liberals do it, but is OK insomuch as Trump, under the intention of “Making America Great Again” is doing it. His cult-following is perfectly able to reconcile traditional Republican principles, and their messiah’s political appointees that seem to violate them. At this point, Trumpers would craft some dissonance-ridden “explanation” to imply that what Trump does is somehow “different.”

However, his appointment of former Texas Governor Rick Perry as cabinet head of the Department of Energy, who Perry himself didn’t even know was responsible for overseeing America’s nuclear arsenal (“What We Heard — And Didn't Hear — from Rick Perry About the US Nuclear Arsenal” and “‘Learning Curve’ as Rick Perry Pursues a Job He Initially Misunderstood") until he actually had the position asserts a pattern of appreciation for being uninformed among Trump supporters. Indeed, many Trump voters themselves have hyped the notion of having “non-professional politicians” in positions of decision-making that affect not just their lives, but the lives of those who feel safer with having more-informed and seasoned decision-makers in such positions. What’s ironic though is that these Trump voters are the same individuals who would, no doubt, not be as willing to hire unprofessional neophytes to perform services in their own lives…but are willing to put them in charge of running the most powerful nation on the planet. Trump supporters wouldn’t, say, hire a plumber to repair an automobile, or an electrician to fix leaky pipes in their homes. And of course, they wouldn’t hire an automobile mechanic to perform open-heart surgery on their favorite relatives but they can, somehow, reconcile counter-intuitive logic to justify making counter-intuitive decisions for the rest of the country. As such, consistent logic and critical reasoning isn’t on the side of most Trump cultists.


For Trumpers, logic and facts seem to be beyond their ability to grasp, much like in the case of their political-spiritual figurehead. Despite both reality and proof to the contrary, many of Trump’s most ardent supporters believe—among other things—that former president Obama was/is a Muslim, that he was born in Kenya, that his birth certificate was/is a forged fake, that Trump’s 2017 inauguration crowd was the biggest in the country’s history, and pretty much any outlandish statement that trump himself tries to pass off as “fact.” And since many Trumpists only bother to fact-check those they already have predisposed opposition to, most won’t bother to test the veracity of his claims. In fact, their inclination for taking their Dear Leader’s word as indisputable gospel, without even questioning the credibility of his claim by employing even the most rudimentary of research (or logic), only illustrates the cult-like fervor around Trump. Take for example Trump’s declaration that between 3 million and 5 million illegal (immigrant and others) voters caused him to lose the popular vote to Hillary Clinton in last year’s elections.

Because Trump himself, his immediate sycophants, and his adherents want to elevate Trumpism to an all-encompassing, all-powerful movement far more reaching than it is, all devotees involved believe this unfounded, and often debunked delusion of Trump to some extent. Trump for his part, does not want to believe that he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton, so—for whatever reason—he embraces this often debunked, often discredited assertion; it doesn’t help that Trump has offered no facts, stats, or even logic to this extent (“Trump’s Bogus Voter Fraud Claims Revisited” FactCheck.org). His immediate staff, such as former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus has asserted on multiple occasions that “Despite losing popular vote, Donald Trump won in 'electoral landslide,' GOP's Reince Priebus says” (Politifact). As you might expect, the reality of an “electoral landslide” is anything but a reality. His worshippers, because Trump ran a campaign on an anti-immigrant platform, simply believes what Trump says…because he said it. Any proof to the contrary of a total Trump “victory” in last year’s elections coming from any reputable quarter is normally dismissed out of hand.

In fact, this habit among Trump and his cult to attack long-established media outlets and otherwise unaffiliated organizations leads to probably the most cultish aspect of his presidency; the “fake news” narrative. This is the tendency of both Trump and his cult-following malign information sources as “fake news,” why they themselves promotes baseless accusations, thoughts, and other various conspiracy theories. Though some of this stems from Trump’s desire to have otherwise unaffiliated media outlets serve as his proxy public relations vehicle, it also stems from Trump’s lifelong obsession with controlling his own image and the public’s perception of his image, at least as he was able to as a private citizen.


But since Trump is unable to control his image and the effectiveness of the narratives that he spins in the public sector, he attempts to revise the narrative by impugning the veracity of any entity that he can’t directly control, or that dares to engage in fact-checking his assertions. And since many Trump supporters don’t fact-check his statements anyway, it’s just far easier for them to adopt his tactic of calling news “fake” when it doesn’t report a narrative to his (and their) liking.


So after such a long-winded drubbing of the Cult of Trump, why be so hard on them? Because of their intellectual intransigence. A more intellectually open person would look at an assessment of Donald Trump and at least consider the possibility that he is found wanting as a political candidate . . . to say nothing of as president of the U.S. He is overly-thin-skinned, childish, and the fact that he feels compelled to respond to any perceived “attacks” on either his character or his ability lends credence to the real possibility that he is—at the very least—emotionally unstable.

As much as his followers are concerned, they are little better at exerting self-control or exhibiting critical reasoning skills that can actually break through their blind devotion to Trump. How do I know this? Because, if his ardent followers remain true to form, they will respond in the comments section with their usual (and predictable) accusations that someone who dares to speak ill of their messiah is a “communist,” “socialist,” “Obama/Clinton-tit-suckling,” “libitard” Or some other such “anti-Trump” slander. They can’t help it…its part of their (*ahem*) charm. It’s their Pavlov-like way of proving a point, that they will respond to any criticism of their Jim Jones–like cult leader, no matter how logically-structured the argument is, how much proof against their beliefs is provided, and how many facts are presented.

And, that, dear people, is the epitome of what a cult is.

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bradmastersOCcal on February 27, 2019:

Beyond Politics

B: You are not transcending politics, you are gripping the underbelly of politics and one that is not president Trump's politics.


"Oblivious "

B: Your first word is political, it is meant to set the tone for your rapier wit opinion log, that you want people to take as fact.


to the lack of tact, class, maturity, and presidential caliber

B: Lack of tact is Trump being straight forward with the people, unlike politicians that want to coat their excrement in a candy coating for sweeter ingestion. Telling the straight talk, president Trump has class to treat the people as adults. And his presidential caliber is gauged in performance and accomplishment that he promised in his campaign.


that such actions represent, his cult-following usually ignores these high-ground attributes by supporting his responses, and—not once—considering how immature, and rather stupid he looks compared to his fellow world leaders.

B: What other president has worked off their campaign promises, none? Why shouldn't the people and not just his supporters like what he has done? What have the leaders in the US accomplished for America and the people. Allowed the economy to be hit by not one economic bubble but two in just a few decades. The second bubble, the real estate bubble is similar to the first, the dot com bubble, but instead of stock investment, it was real estate investment. And where were the leader of the US when the economy was collapsing in front of them. The entire congress of the US was campaigning for election, or reelection and they couldn't be bothered with the economy. In fact, in the presidential campaign, the candidates simply threw aside any thought of the economy being in trouble. Then the economy collapses before the election. That collapse is followed by two presidents, and two congresses whose only solution was to throw $1.5 trillion dollars at it. Who took advantage of this bailout money, the same people that caused it in the first place. Did any of the politicians balk when these bailed out companies executive management gave themselves 7 figure bonuses for of all things being key employees. Their expertise was how they bankrupted their company, and for doing that the politicians that you compare Trump to allowed it. These big bankrupt or seriously in the red were the victors, and your honored politicians were beaten by them.

If anyone wanted Trump to act like politicians, these were the politicians that hurt the country, they should be thankful that Trump didn't come into the presidency with the baggage of being one of those politicians that did nothing to protect the economy and prosperity. These politicians also allowed the Pearl Harbor Attack of December 7, 1941 to be replayed on 911. This time it wouldn't be an isolated island in the Pacific Ocean, it would be on the mainland of the US. In fact, it was NYC and Washington DC. 19 terrorists armed with box cutters and airline tickets were responsible for killing over 3,000 people in the homeland of the US. With all the trillions of dollars given to the National Defensive Agencies by the previous presidents, and congresses, not a single defensive or offensive action was even attempted. Much like the attack on Pearl Harbor which at least fired some shots. But on 911 not a single shot was fired to stop what planes were still in the air heading toward their American Iconic targets. These are the politicians that president Trump doesn't and shouldn't act like.

As for world leaders, president Obama spent 8 years bowing to these world leaders, and apologizing for America, and Americans. These countries have been taking if not demanding handouts from America forever, and when Trump becomes president they start acting like Obama was right? The difference between president Trump and other presidents and congresses is that Trump not only didn't create any of the US problems, but his goal is to correct them and make America his focus.


More to the point, no matter how inappropriate, offensive, unprofessional, or embarrassing his behavior is, there's always someone around in Trump’s orbit of personality to defend his actions with near-insane reasoning and/or twisted logic."

B: You don't have a point here. What is more professional than as president accomplishing goals that help America and Americans. And what is more important than protecting America, and Americans, something the previous professional politicians failed to do. Why would you say that was near-insane or twisted logic? Is giving a tax cut to taxpayers insane? Why is protecting our borders insane? He has improved the US economy, and at the same time he has changed the way more trade imports than US exports. The distorted trade balance was insane. At the same, time contrast the behavior of the democrat politicians who did nothing for the last three years but resist Trump to the detriment of getting things done in the country. And how professional is former president Obama going around the world talking to leaders of any country that will let him say things that are derogatory of the sitting president of the US. No other former president in recent history has ever done that. That is your baseline comparison to Trump. Before the 2016 election presidential candidate questioned whether he would be in a rigged election, and president Obama said that Trump was wrong and it was not possible to rig the election. He mocked Trump for saying it, and told him to go back to campaigning. Since then and even continuing now, the democrats have investigated the rigging of that election, but blaming it on the Russians and Trump. How many things were wrong with the statements from Obama about the election being rigged. It is only a problem if the rigging is against their opponent Trump, but not OK when they claim it was against Hillary. The fact remains that president Obama said that the election couldn't be rigged? Then he changes his mind after the democrats lose the presidency. And you are making these defamatory baseless accusations against Trump?


Ken Burgess from Florida on August 08, 2018:


Younger generations are into crotch rockets and cheaper rides in general. Most of them have to be, they don't make a spare $25k to spend on a 'recreational' means of transportation.

A B Williams from Central Florida on August 08, 2018:

Harley Davidson was in trouble long before Trump arrived in D.C., it turns out that young folks aren't as into riding as other generations have been, that can't be blamed on Trump...but it will be! I sincerely hope HD can get it together.

I've shared our experience, but you don't want to hear about it, so that's fine. I'm done here.

Alternative Prime from > California on August 08, 2018:

I question the VERACITY of your comments because yes, I do talk to many business owners small, medium and large and they tell me "Delusional Donald" is destroying their once PROFITABLE Businesses with his total lack of knowledge in economics, Russian attitude and of course his crazy Astronomical TAX Hikes on product ~

Harley Davidson is exporting American Jobs and so are many other once profitable companies as a direct result of Moron Trump's undermining of a once great economy ~

A B Williams from Central Florida on August 08, 2018:

So, A P are you calling me a liar? It's not just our small business, do you not rub elbows with any small business owners?

I get it...you are not interested in hearing about anything positive.

Alternative Prime from > California on August 08, 2018:

I find A B Williams story to be a little hard to believe: Our laws will Ultimately PREVAIL which means "Delusional Donald" will be in prison very soon and he could care LESS about who he takes down into the dark evil abyss with him:

"Trump trade policies threaten 2.6 million US jobs, Chamber of Commerce says"

President Trump's strict stance on trade could put 2.6 million American jobs at risk, the head of the Chamber of Commerce says.

Tom Donohue, president and CEO of the business organization, issued the forecast in a memo to the board of directors Thursday that was obtained by CNNMoney.

The memo, citing outside studies, adds the possible job losses from tariffs both threatened and enacted by the administration, plus a possible US withdrawal from NAFTA, the trade agreement with Canada and Mexico.

A NAFTA withdrawal would kill as many as 1.8 million American jobs in the first year, the memo warned.

In addition, tariffs against China could cost 134,000 US jobs, steel and aluminum tariffs could cost 470,000 jobs, and tariffs on autos and auto parts could cost 157,000 jobs, Donohue warned".

Ken Burgess from Florida on August 08, 2018:

Its been an interesting 20+ years I will tell you that.

We had some pretty corrupt and awful things happen on the back end of Clinton's Admin with the passing of NAFTA, the lifting of Glass-Steagall, and other non-sense that directly led to the 2007/8 collapse.

We had just as bad happen under Bush, with TRILLIONS of dollars just evaporating without a clue as to where it went, the Pentagon lost money, Private contractors in Iraq lost money...

But hey, America gave that Nazi Bush the boot along with most of the rest of the Republicans and the Democrats finally had control of all 3 (House, Senate, Exec)… America was saved! The time for Hope and Change had come!

But uhmmm, no end to the wars, in fact, we continued to topple other nations, Libya, Syria, helped a revolution take control in Egypt for a while.

And that ACA thing, yeah that didn't help too many people, but it sure made a lot of people make a choice between having insurance or paying their rent... but lets not rehash that.

Bailed out the banks, while hundreds of thousands of Americans lost their homes. Shutdown NASA programs putting tens of thousands of Americans out of work during a recession, but found a cool trillion to blow on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, boy those Solar Energy companies revolutionized our power system.

And if only the TPP, Paris Accords, Open Border - Capture and Release, etc. policies had been able to continue we would have been so much better off.

There are blind ignorant followers on both sides, its worse now than ever before, kids coming up today are not taught to think freely or solve problems they are indoctrinated into a cult like belief system and all the weak minded get absorbed into it.

For the rest of us, we realize things have been on a downside slide across the board for a quarter century now, and the corruption is rampant on both sides, with D.C. being one cesspool of filth and criminal activity.

Trump may appear a bumbling fool to some, or evil incarnate, or a savior, none of it matters really... his message was on target, the swamp needs to be drained, and the government needs to be cut down in size, not increased to control every facet of our lives.

John Wilson from Whereever I hang my hat is my hone. Currently in Ibarra, Ecuador on August 08, 2018:

LOL - even the DNC doesn't want the toxicity of clinton. Why would Intelligent Americans vote for his supportive wife?


A B Williams from Central Florida on August 08, 2018:

Hi Beyond-Politics -

We are small business Owner-Operators and things are better than they've been for us in a long time.

We came very close to closing our doors toward the end of the Obama years (after being in business for 35+ years) fortunately, we had acquired assets which we could sell to keep us going. Fortunately, we had employees that understood when their hours were cut back and when they were eventually laid off. We understood why they couldn't wait for us, when the time came when we could hire them back on.

Today we are turning away work, I do all of the estimating (I am the entire Estimating Dept. form pre- to post- and in-between) and I can't keep up with the amount of work out for bid. We need more help. We are running ads and the word is out that we're hiring, but I guess everyone is employed already!

Perhaps....our economy would be thriving on this same level, under a Clinton Admininistration, but we'll never know, she isn't the President, Donald Trump is.

(By the way, I now understand what is required of me...what HP is looking for...the next time I submit one of my articles)

John Wilson from Whereever I hang my hat is my hone. Currently in Ibarra, Ecuador on August 08, 2018:

Amazing that your name calling, bias, hatred (bigotry?) of Trump supporters blinds you of any objectivism.

Like most writers these days dissing Trump, you're not looking for a dialogue, debate or discussion.

You call anyone who objects with you names, just like hillary killary did with her "deplorables" comment during the election.

Your "on purpose" dissing of Trump and his supporters is a biased, unfair and disgusting example of the writings of most people these days.

Why your on soapboxie for such a biased, bigoted article has a lot to do with the bias of the people working for hubpages.

A sad state of affairs when the only argument has to include bigoted comments towards the supporters of Trump.

Read up on how to create an article that allows for discussion, debate and dialogue.

When you begin the article with name calling, your no better than a democrap politician.

Jack Lee from Yorktown NY on January 30, 2018:

Americans are that stupid are they? Dow at 26,000 after 1 year...it’s the economy stupid.

Alternative Prime from > California on August 09, 2017:

After witnessing Kim Jung Un PLOW thru every one of "Delusionally DUMB Donald's" "RED Lines" before he even had a chance to "SPIT them OUT", Let's PRAY that Robert Mueller EXPIDITEs his "White House INVESTIGATION" so Mr. Trump, Mr, Pence, & all of his little CORRUPT Accomplices hopefully will be ESCORTED out of OUR Oval Office & into either 2 Prison, an Institution 4 the Mentally ILL, or IMPEACHED before he Recklessely INCITEs another MEGA-Catastrophe ~

There's actually Solid GROUNDs 4 IMPEACHMENT right now if Congressional Republicans can somehow find their way 2 save what's left of the USA instead of desperately trying 2 Prop Up a Psychologically Compromised MEGA-Incompetent Russian STOOGE ~

Alternative Prime from > California on August 01, 2017:

If all james King wanted was an "ANTI-Establishment" or ANTI-Politician Candidate he and other "Trumpeteers" should have just voted 4 "BOZO the Clown" as GOP Nominee ~ At least BOZO is Infinately MORE Intelligent, Better LOOKING, has better skin, better hair & doesn't appear to be SUFFERING from SEVERE Manic Depression, Delusion, Meglomania or Paranoia nor is he OSSESED with Hillary or Self Conscious about his smaller than average HAND Size ~ I'm sure BOZO would have ATTRACTED a much Larger Inauguration CROWD as well since he would have been ELECTED Legitimately ~ That's if he managed 2 get by Hillary of course ~

P.S. ~ If "Delusional Donald" & his Republican Accomplices in Congress are Successful at "STRIPPING" James King's Health INSURANCE from him causing an unconscionable criminal "HealthCARE Holocaust" all in the name of Gargatuan Tax BREAKs 4 Greedy Little Steve Mnuchin & the Walton Family, I'll bet he's then gonna' PRAY 4 Donny's Immediate Imprisonment & 4 Hillary to step in ~

Beyond-Politics (author) from The Known Universe (beyond.the.spectrum@gmail.com) on July 31, 2017:

First, thank you for so proving my point. Second, do you still think that everyone who is opposed to Trump voted for Clinton? This isn't about Clinton losing...its about Trump being mentally unstable, and clearly in way over his head. He's running this so-called "administration" like its an extension of his family business. He clearly doesn't know what he's doing, otherwise he wouldn't be making so many mistakes and passing off his incompetency as being the conspiratorial maneuvers of a "fake media" or a shadowy "deep state" out to prevent him from bringing "real order" to America. Ironic that you ski[[ed right over the part about his perception that "only I can change things..." Lastly, if you're using words and/or phrases like "globalists" in your attempt to refute the logical, then you my dear sir, are pretty much one step away from "seeing" black unmarked UN helicopters preparing FEMA camps, ordered by the Trilateral Commission to impose a one-world-government on the U.S. Oh, BTW.....you're engaging in a bit of "mellowdramatic emotional perspective" yourself there. Black pots and kettles, and all that....

Luckydoodle77 on July 31, 2017:

Great article..

James King 32 on July 31, 2017:


It was laborious reading with all of the hyperbolic mellowdramatic emotional perspective of : fact?

Not much there.

Many voted against Hillary and were pleasantly surprised by Trumps awareness and separation from ESTABLISHED ideology.

The fact is; He is not Hillary and or a Globalist!

For that I get up every day thanking God Hillary is not President.

Beyond-Politics (author) from The Known Universe (beyond.the.spectrum@gmail.com) on July 31, 2017:

From Trumpcare to a rigged tax plan for the 1%, the Trump administration is all about comforting the comfortable, no matter the consequences

Alternative Prime from > California on July 31, 2017:

NICE Article ~ Here's the GOOD News ~ Most of the USA & World for that matter "CAUGHT On" to Mr. Trump's Dangerous CON-Job Long AGO ~ This Mentally ILL Delusional Elderly Person is now actually considering "Cutting Off" Critical FUNDING for OUR HealthCARE so he can give that money to the "ELITEs" like Steve Mnuchin in the form of a Massive Tax BREAK ~ "Unconscionable & EVIL" ~

With an ABYSMAL Approval Rating at a RECORD Low of 36% & "SINKING", Independants are DROPPING Mr. Trump like a proverbial Hot Potato & his base of "Brainwashed FANz" is beginning 2 CRACK ~ They R FINALLY "Seeing the LIGHT" ~ Hallelujah ~

Moreover, Republican Congress-persons appear to have had enough of his Putin Compliance & General CLOWN Show ~

Under his Pathetic White House of "Perpetual CHAOS" which leaves the USA in a state of Constant Uprecedented Danger & Vulnerability, Corporations are CLOSING or Moving to Foreign Lands, Terrorist attacks across the GLOBE are Rising, Violence here in the USA is Rising etc etc....Moreover, he can only "RIDE" President Obama's "ROARING Economy" & Stock Market for so long ~

It appears as if a Profound "Political & LEGAL NIGHTMARE" is about to BEFALL him ~

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