he people have gone mad. There really is no other way to explain it.
Why else would they vote for an individual or party which has declared itself to be fascists while wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross?
Can they not see that the riots in the streets at the nation’s capital repudiates the rhetoric of “God and country”? Can they not hear how their words villainize a minoritized group so the violence visited upon them can be justified?
The people have fallen under the sway of a charismatic leader who they believe is like them, who says out loud what they are thinking – and to hell with political correctness.
Claiming he is anointed by God, they are bewitched with promises of making their country great again, a country which centers and privileges their whiteness and their Christian faith, a country which is not afraid to eliminate the vermin which supposedly hates them, hates their country and hates their faith.
So, on Election Day, they came out and voted for evil, they voted for the “big lie,” they voted for paranoia conspiracy theories and alternative facts rather than for reality and verifiable facts.
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