One hundred ordinary Republicans, most of whom voted for Trump.

One now says: “I’d vote for a tuna fish sandwich before I’d vote for Donald Trump again.”

Another: “I’m a registered Republican.  I’ve never voted for a Democrat before in my life. But I will be in 2020.”

Watch a few of their stories.

Not among those 100: our own Tom and Carl, both smart and well-meaning, who’ve gotten caught up in the cult.

They know Trump to be an honest, decent man — not a racist bone in his body — who’s done more than anyone else could have done to protect us from the pandemic.

Indeed, he knew it was a pandemic long before most people (that big brain), which is why he had a head start and has done such a great job.

They see how he’s united the country, reduced our deficits, gotten North Korea to denuclearize, and won easy trade wars to the great benefit of our farmers.

And he did all this having inherited a virtual depression from Obama, who should be locked up along with Hillary.

Anything to the contrary, they believe — like climate science — is fake.


Putin is winning winning winning, as the world begins to pity us.  (America the ‘pitiful’: Irish author explains the ‘suspension of disbelief’ that made Trump’s destruction of America possible.)

Do you think his thousands of psy-op agents are helping divide us further?

This example of misinformation is apparently home-grown, and amplified to 2.8 million followers by Donald Trump, Jr. — White supremacists pose as Antifa online, call for violence.  But how many other tweets and posts and memes get lobbed in from St. Petersburg?




The latest ad from the Republican-led, Republican-funded Lincoln Project.


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