The country is still predominantly white. They are sick of being stigmatized as racists. They are sick of being sold out on trade deals. They all have cousins in the police force. They don’t like the justice system being called “systemically racist” when it no longer is.
They are sick of seeing the liberals blasting them as deplorable for owning guns and hating them for believing in God. They don’t want a judge telling them their 10 year old daughter has to use the same toilet as a homeless man. They’re not crazy about gays. They know they are under assault in terms of their values.
They saw Donald Trump as richer than they were — and they loved him for it because they wanted to be rich, too — and they thought that here was a golden-haired man ready to get into the arena for them.
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