The Evangelical Movement is a Shit Show of Biblical Proportions

In an MSNBC segment discussing the evangelical movement Peter Wehner, who served in various roles in the three Republican administrations before the Trump administration, described the effect of wild conspiracy theories as turning evangelical Christianity into a “moral freak show.”

In the relative halcyon days of American evangelicalism at a church service the polyester-clad pastor would deliver a fire and brimstone sermon, and the congregation would beatifically smile in the smug awareness that an angry God would spare them from the eternal torment reserved for the heathen. Evangelicals would leave church hating the sin but condescendingly loving the sinner.

Decades ago, evangelical ministers railed against generic sinners, but now they spew their hatred against specific classes of sinners: gays and lesbians, transgender people, feminists, Democrats, evolutionists, scientists, immigrants, university professors …

Evangelicals have always believed in the miracles of the Bible including the parting of the Red Sea, Jesus walking on water, and the worldwide flood, but now they also believe in crazy conspiracy theories that have no biblical basis.

In recent decades white evangelicals have for the most part aligned with the Republican party, but now they consider being a Republican an article of faith and they demonize Democrats.

Peter Wehner is being generous in his description of evangelical Christianity, it’s a shit show of biblical proportions. How else can you describe a religious movement that elevates an amoral, egotistical con artist billionaire to the stature of a messiah figure. Attending a church service where the minister preaches that the COVID vaccine is the Mark of the Beast, and that the election was stolen from Donald Trump but that the Almighty will reinstate him in a few weeks is akin to attending a religious sideshow carnival.

The evangelical movement is a dung pile whose stench reaches to the heavens, believe me I’m giving these wretched people a wide berth.

Mike Pence Heckled as ‘Traitor’ at Christian Faith & Freedom Conference

Mike Pence’s speech at the conservative Christian Faith & Freedom “Road to Majority” conference was interrupted with shouts of “traitor.”

Why was Pence’s s address so rudely interrupted, did the stalwart evangelical renounce his faith in Christ or did he come out as a gay man? What was Pence’s mortal sin that incited his brethren to brand him a “traitor”?

The pro-Trump attendees heckled and booed the former vice president for refusing to overturn a free and fair election on January 6.

In January President Donald Trump urged Pence – who as vice-president presided over the Senate – to overturn the certification of President Joe Biden’s landslide victory in Congress. When Pence argued that he didn’t have the power to do so, Trump and his supporters turned against him, and they haven’t forgiven him, and they never will.

Pence will never be the Republican nominee for president, Trump cultists will never forgive him for refusing to overturn the election on January 6. Pence can speak before a conservative or evangelical audience every day for the next four years, but it won’t improve his meager support in the Republican party.

Pence has committed the unpardonable sin, and that’s not blaspheming the Holy Ghost, evangelicals consider disrespecting or failing to obey their messiah Donald Trump the new unpardonable sin. Pence’s lips may be permanently stained brown from being affixed to Trump’s ass for four years, but he can kiss his presidential aspirations good-bye.

Outrage: EEOC Defends Religious Nut Who Was Fired Because He Refused to be Fingerprinted

“The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against a Minnesota employer on behalf of a Twin Cities man who was fired for refusing the company’s requirement to be fingerprinted, citing religious grounds.

AscensionPoint Recovery Services, a company with operations in Coon Rapids and St. Louis Park that manages debt recovery for creditors, was sued Thursday in U.S. District Court in Minnesota by the EEOC on behalf of Henry Harrington, of Mound.

AscensionPoint had requested that its employees be fingerprinted as a result of a background check requirement of one of its clients, according to the EEOC.”

StarTribune.Com

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, creed, age, sexual orientation, gender identification and religion.

The EEOC has represented tens of thousands of employees and job applicants who have suffered discrimination because they were members of the aforementioned classes.

But the EEOC shouldn’t defend a religious nut; religion covers a multitude of conspiracy theories and doctrines that contradict science, history and common sense.

The EEOC has to draw the line somewhere, and certainly they should draw the line at employees who refuse to be vaccinated against COVID because they believe it is the “Mark of the Beast” or refused to be fingerprinted for religious reasons.

There are ten thousand and one religions and everybody believe theirs is the only true religion and the ten thousand other religions are fantastical bullshit. The EEOC should defend employees who were fired for being evangelicals, Roman Catholics, Wiccans, Jehovah Witnesses, Muslims, etc., but it shouldn’t defend the peculiar beliefs of religious nuts if they present a security or health issues to other employees.

Evangelicals Believe Book of Revelation Teaches Trump is a Messiah Figure and All Sorts of Nonsense

“An apocalypse is a literary report of an amazing, often fearful, violent vision that reveals truths about past, present, and/or future times in highly symbolic and poetical terms. The writer may represent himself as being transported into a heavenly realm, or the vision may be unveiled—and even interpreted—by an angelic messenger. Apocalyptic exhortations are aimed at chastening and reforming their hearers with promises of rewards and punishment in the coming end times.”

New World Encyclopedia

In Apocalyptic literature dragons and monsters, angels and demons are prominently featured, and the writer takes the reader on a roller coaster ride from the heavenly realms to a dystopian future to the seven circles of hell.

The last book of the Bible, the Book of Revelation is a prime example of apocryphal literature, and even the most erudite theologian on LSD finds it difficult to discern more than the basic fact that it teaches that good will prevail over evil in the end.

But that doesn’t stop evangelical prophets and televangelists from proclaiming that the Book of Revelations reveals all sorts of fantastic events that will take place in the End Times: The Rapture of the Church, the rise of an Antichrist, the Mark of the Beast and on and on ad infinitum.

Evangelical ministers can convince their followers to believe in all sorts of nonsense as long as they claim that’s what the Book of Revelation teaches. I’ve heard several evangelical ministers claim that the COVID vaccine is the Mark of the Beast, and as a result hundred of thousands of evangelicals are afraid to be vaccinated.

The Book of Revelation is a first century genre of literature that as the title suggests, is meant to reveal spiritual truths, but it was never intended to be a roadmap of the future.

So, if you hear a televangelist rant about the COVID vaccine being the Mark of the Beast or that the Book of Revelation teaches that Trump is a messiah figure who will rescue thousands of children from the hands of pedophiles, turn that shit off.

Why Do Evangelicals Hate ‘Pride Month’ So Much?

“Christian hate-peddler Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council, who admitted last month that Christian warriors were ‘trying to take over the world,’ is now offering life tips to Christians on how to survive Pride Month.

In addition to his tips, though, he complained about why they were needed at all:

‘How did we get to the point where celebrating sex and transgenderism became a 30-day event that rivals Christmas. We have a president who’s flying the rainbow flag above the U.S. flag at our embassies, a Democratic Congress that thinks the military should salute pride on base, and a White House that brags that almost 1 percent of its 1,500 appointees are LGBT. You can’t blame people for wondering: When did we become identified by our sexual proclivities? The world is upside down when American pride is something we should apologize, for but sexual perversion is the stuff of parades.’”

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What an ethnically, politically and religiously diverse America needs are life tips on how to survive the assault of white evangelicals on religious, ethnic, and sexual minorities. Broadcast TV, Cable TV, and the internet are littered with religious programming that demeans and demonizes the LGBTQ community.

Homophobe Tony Perkins laments the fact that an entire month is set aside to celebrate the LGBTQ community and their contributions to making America the greatest democracy in the world. Bitch please, after centuries of oppression, persecution and pogroms against gay people, the least we can do is set aside a month to revel in their awesomeness.

Evangelicals like Perkins never grow weary of peddling the trope that homosexuality is synonymous with sexual perversion. Taking pride in loving a person of the same gender isn’t a perversion, it’s an expression of freedom and acceptance.

The world is upside down when hatemongers are given a platform to preach their evil Gospel of misogyny, homophobia and racism. Perkins and his ilk are on the wrong side of history, but little by little we are turning things around and making America a more inclusive, democratic and loving country.

White Evangelicals Rejoice Whenever Violence Breaks Out Between Israelis and Palestinians

A few weeks ago, when the Middle East tinderbox predictably once again exploded into open warfare between Israel and Hamas, people of all faiths around the world were horrified by the tribal and religious violence.

But not everybody was shocked by the thousands of rockets fired by Hamas militants into civilian population centers or by the disproportionate Israeli air strikes that devastated the impoverished Gaza Strip.

Millions of people in the United States rejoiced at the obscene display of violence, and it wasn’t anarchists or Satanists who welcomed the bloodshed.

White evangelicals who ostensibly are followers of Jesus Christ the Prince of Peace welcomed the violence.

Evangelical pastor John Hagee, founder of Christians United for Israel, basked in orgiastic glee at the violence in the Middle East. “The rapture of the church is imminent” he thundered “If you’re not ready, get ready, because we’re getting ready to leave this world.”

Evangelicals are unmoved and unconcerned by the cyclical explosions of violence in the Middle East, every time Israel and the Palestinians go to war they pray and hope that it will usher the Rapture of the Church.

Violence in the Holy Land is no reason to rejoice, and it doesn’t mean that Jesus Is going to rapture racist white evangelicals out of this world and meet them in the heavens.

Proof that the evangelical eschatology is misguided and unbiblical is that it leads them to rejoice every time war breaks out between Palestinians and Israelis.

Fake Tickets to Trump’s Second Inauguration Circulate on Social Media

“While Joe Biden decisively won the 2020 presidential election, online users are still sharing a viral image of tickets for sale to the second inauguration of former President Donald Trump, without evidence Trump actually won the election.

The two tickets are marked on sale for $1,200 each, and Kid Rock and Ted Nugent are listed as headliners for the event.”

9News.Com

Online trolls and Trump supporters? are sharing a viral image of these bogus tickets on social media platforms, especially on Facebook. It goes without saying that anything presented as fact on Facebook should be taken with a grain of salt, an army of fact-checkers are unable to keep Facebook free from false conspiracy theories and outrageous lies.  

According to the fake ticket, the event is to be held “in front of the capitol steps” on Aug. 15, 2021. Thirty percent of Republicans actually believe Trump will be reinstated as president on that date, and a ticket scalper can make a small fortune selling these counterfeit tickets to members of Trump’s cult.

There won’t be a second inauguration of Trump on Aug 21, 2021 or on January 20, 2025 for that matter, four years of fuckery culminating in his incitement of the January 6 insurrection has diluted his support to the point that if he’s the Republican nominee for president in 2024 he will lose by an even bigger landslide in 2020.

Sorry to burst the bubble of white evangelical cultists but on Aug 15, 2021 Kid Rock will probably be shouting anti-gay slurs from some redneck dive and Ted Nugent will probably be singing “Jailbait” a song about his love for a 13-year-old girl in half-filled concert hall, but they won’t be performing on the steps of the Capitol for Trump’s second inauguration.

30 Percent of Republicans Believe Trump Will Be Reinstated August 2021

“A Morning Consult/Politico poll found that nearly 30% of Republicans believe Trump will be reinstated, which I assume means they believe such a thing is possible under the U.S. Constitution.

AZCentral.Com

Civics 101: The only way a president who failed to win reelection can be restored to power is if he wins reelection in the next presidential election. There is no Reinstatement Clause within the United States Constitution or any other legal mechanism that allows for a defeated president to replace the duly elected president before his term expires.

Anyone with an elementary school education is aware of this basic fact of our democracy, so why do 30% of Republicans believe the twice-impeached Donald Trump will be reinstated in August 2021?

Trump has confided to his aides that he believes in the preposterous idea that’s festering on the internet that he will be reinstated in August. Trump’s base is a cult, and they accept as Gospel every pronouncement that emanates from their messiah. If Trump says he will be reinstated, then it becomes an article of faith for them to promulgate his nonsense.

Some of Trump’s white evangelical followers really believe there’s a constitutional way for their Dear Leader to be reinstated in a couple of months. But most of them know that the only way Trump can be reinstated if there’s another insurrection, and this time they are successful in toppling the Biden administration or if there’s a military coup.

Trump’s white evangelical supporters’ allegiance is to their cult leader and not to democracy or the rule of law, and they don’t have any reservations about using violence to overthrow a president who won in a popular vote and electoral landslide in a free and fair election.

We must always be on guard to protect our democracy from all enemies foreign and domestic. The threat of another January 6 type insurrection is very real, I hope this time our law enforcement agencies will be prepared to protect the Capitol and our democracy.

Kamala Harris Needs to Lose Her Nervous Cackle

Allow me to preface my remarks by stipulating that I’m a progressive whose first choice for president was Kamala Harris, unfortunately when it was my turn to vote in the Virginia primary she had already dropped out of the race.

Vice President Kamala Harris is one heartbeat away from becoming commander-in-chief, and you don’t have to be an expert at reading actuarial tables to recognize that the chances she’ll succeed the 78-year-old Joe Biden as president before 2024 are pretty good.

With that in mind, Harris needs to step up her game, immediately. Biden hasn’t done Harris any favors by appointing her as the administration’s go-to-person for stemming the flow of migration from Central America.

Harris has totally botched her role as the immigration czar. In an interview with Lester Holt, the NBC anchor asked her why she hadn’t yet visited the southern border.

“At some point, you know, we are going to the border,” Harris responded. “We’ve been to the border. So, this whole, this whole, this whole thing about the border. We’ve been to the border. We’ve been to the border.”

Holt, to his credit, fact-checked her by stating: “You haven’t been to the border.”

“I, and I haven’t been to Europe,” Harris replied to Holt, with a nervous cackle.

What can we gleam from this ill-fated interview?

Harris needs to recognize the obvious: The situation on the border is a genuine crisis, and she needs to visit the damn border.

Harris needs to be better prepared for interviews, even with reporters who are predisposed to be friendly to the Biden administration.

Harris needs to lose the cackle, post-haste. It’s useful to break out in a cackle if you’re impersonating Hillary Clinton or if you’re auditioning to play the Wicked Witch of the East, otherwise cackling is a career killer.

The only role Harris is auditioning for is commander-in-chief, and a nervous cackle is ill-suited for that critical role.

Title of Trump’s Memoir: Shit Happens

“Jimmy Kimmel thinks he’s found the title of Donald Trump’s memoir — and it came right from the ex-president himself.

Trump at the weekend continued to push his 2020 election lie when he told the North Carolina GOP convention that Republicans ‘had a great election, bad things happened, but we had a great election.’

‘That should be the title of his book, Bad Things Happened,’ cracked Kimmel on Monday.

Huffington Post

Kimmel is spot on “Bad Things Happened” perfectly sums up the Trump administration, although a more Trumpian title would be “Shit Happens.” Shit definitely does happen especially when an amoral, ineffectual and corrupt shithead becomes the Leader of the Free World.

“Shit happens” is a colloquial phrase that expresses the existential, and some would say pessimistic observation, that shitty things happen to people not due to karmic or divine judgement, but for no particular reason.

Even the most optimistic person expects to step on dog crap every once in a while, but nobody was prepared for the shit storm that was the Trump administration. Shit happened as in Trump’s mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic resulted in over half a million deaths. Shit happened as in Trump’s refusal to concede defeat and his promulgation of the Big Lie incited an insurrection. Shit happened as in White Nationalism was not only tolerated but glorified in Trump’s authoritarian regime.

The functionally-illiterate Trump won’t need a ghostwriter for his memoir, anyone with a third-grade education could write his book: It was the best of times for racists, it was the shittiest time for everyone else. Everything I touched turned to shit, and I turned the world’s greatest democracy into a shithole country. Shit happened every day of my administration, and even now I’m still stirring up shit.

Trump Will Never Be Reinstated and White Evangelicals Will Never Be Rehabilitated

Most Americans view Donald Trump as a demented demagogue who refuses to accept reality and admit that Joe Biden won in an electoral college and popular vote landslide. The twice-impeached former president believes he will be reinstated as commander-in-chief by August.

Trump in not alone in his delusional beliefs, about 35 percent of the electorate is convinced that their orange messiah will be restored to power before the next presidential election cycle in 2024.

Every time I see Trump deliver another disjointed and incoherent speech riddled with lies and conspiracy theories, I wonder how can anybody in his right mind believe that this clown who puts on his pants backwards and is too obstinate to change his diapers will be reinstated as president?

The answer is that white evangelicals and QAnon adherents aren’t in their right minds, and they really believe in the Big Lie and are persuaded that Trump will become president again in the near future.

Johnny Enlow a self-proclaimed evangelical prophet is one of these deluded fools; he believes that God will bless those who refuse to back down from their support for Trump.

Enlow uttered this nonsense:

“It’s not sufficient just to say, ‘Hey I worship God. I’m totally sold out to God or to Jesus. It’s been clearer than ever…. Who’s being advanced and blessed and ministries that are advancing and blessing and who I see in increased anointings, they’re seeing more favor, they’re seeing more revelatory, are people who didn’t back off Trump.”

It’s clear that Enlow and his white evangelical brethren worship the crass and amoral orange messiah and not the kind and loving Jesus of the Gospels.

Trump is leading his white evangelical followers to spiritual and political ruin. There’s no way in hell Trump will ever be reinstated and there’s no way the evangelical brand will ever be rehabilitated.  

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Trump Man Up and Admit You Wear Diapers

Former President Donald Trump returned to the stage on Saturday night, delivering a speech at the North Carolina Republican Party State Convention, the start of his summer MAGA concert tour.

Trump’s widely anticipated speech was a bomb of biblical proportions, his low-energy delivery barely elicited cheers from the North Carolina party officials. The much-hyped event wasn’t carried by any of the major cable news outlets, not even the Trump-friendly Fox News.

Twitter was in a meltdown after Trump’s address, but of course folks weren’t discussing the substance of his disjointed, incoherent discourse, they were tweeting about the former president apparently having his pants on backward while he addressed the crowd. To my untrained eye it seemed like the moron had his pants on backwards, I could see no zipper and no creases, but according to Snopes.Com he managed to put on his britches on the right way.

I will defer to Snopes the ultimate arbiter of truth on the matter of whether or not Trump had his pants on backwards, but nobody will convince me the senile septuagenarian wasn’t wearing diapers. Any mother who’s dressed a toddler, and every nurse who’s dressed an Alzheimer’s impaired adult noticed the bulge in Trump’s crotch. I’ll bet my life savings against a dollar that Trump’s diapers were full of crap.

Trump is such a monster that he can’t be humanized but if he admitted that he’s incontinent and wears diapers perhaps it might lessen the hatred we feel for him. Many of Trump branded products like Trump vodka, Trump steaks and Trump bottled water have failed miserably, but if he sold Trump diapers, they would outsell Depend diapers before you could say, “Trump is full of crap.” After all, many of his supporters are aging baby boomers who would love to express solidarity with their messiah by donning Trump diapers. Trump be a man, and admit that you wear diapers!

OMG! Trump Delivers Speech With His Pants On Backwards!

Former President Donald Trump returned to the stage on Saturday night, delivering a speech at the North Carolina Republican Party State Convention, the start of his summer MAGA concert tour.

Trump delivered his speech before North Carolina party officials and not the typical out-of-control MAGA crowd. Trump tailored his speech to the audience and adopted a low-energy delivery, the only times when the audience whopped and hollered was when he bashed Dr. Fauci and when he uttered an obscenity. His address was as disjointed, incoherent and untruthful as always, it just lacked the energy of a MAGA rally, quite an inauspicious start to his summer speaking tour.

Nobody discussed or debated the substance of his speech, these were the top Twitter trends after his discourse: #DiaperDon, #Trumppants and #HopeHicks.

Donald Trump delivered his meandering rant with his pants on backwards, there appeared to be no zipper on the front of his elasticized wrinkled-ass pants.

Trump reminded me of the 90’s hip-hop duo Kriss Kross who are known for their one hit “Jump” and for their penchant for wearing their pants backwards. Kriss Kross failed to start a fashion trend with their pants backwards tomfoolery, and I doubt that the obese septuagenarian Trump will inspire folks to wear their pants backwards.

Although if Trump admitted that he wore his pants backwards and he asked his followers to put on their pants backwards in solidarity with him, millions of his disciples would follow his example. White evangelical ministers would make it an article of faith that faithful Christians put on their pants backwards.

You might be wondered why Hope Hicks was trending on Twitter. Trump once berated Hope Hicks during the 2016 campaign for forgetting a machine she used to steam his pants while he wore them.

Poor Donald, there’s nobody around him with the guts to tell him that the emperor isn’t wearing any clothes, and Hope Hicks isn’t around to steam his pants and make sure he doesn’t put them on backwards.

Jeopardy Contestant Julia Markham Cameron Steals the Hearts of Viewers With Her Geeky Essence

Jeopardy is the favorite TV program of nerds, geeks and the terminally socially awkward, and on June 3, 2021 the guest host was Mayim Bialik the quintessential geek actress with a doctorate in neuroscience. So, it’s not surprising that on this day when geekdom ruled on TV, the most adorably geeky game show contestant in history stole the hearts of geeks everywhere.

Contestant Julia Markham Cameron stole the spotlight due to her animated reactions to not just the questions but her own answers. I along with millions of other viewers geeked out on her geeky facial expressions, watching last night’s episode of Jeopardy was better than watching a video of girl-on-girl porn featuring geeky lesbians. Not that I’m a fan of the porn genre of geeky lesbians, just saying.

I may fancy myself a writer, but my words can’t do justice to Cameron’s delightful geekiness. Therefore, I will just shut up and let you enjoy the video:https://www.aol.com/entertainment/quirky-jeopardy-contestant-wins-over-055824440.html

Donald Trump Shuts Down His Blog After Less Than a Month

Donald Trump may brag incessantly about how much he is winning, but the fact is that he’s on a decades-long losing streak.

Trump campaigned for president promising that his success as a businessman would translate into a success as a politician, but he turned out to be an even worse president than he was a real estate developer and businessman.

The list of Trump’s failed business ventures is long and it encompasses decades of incompetence and ineptitude: Trump Airlines, Trump Magazine, Trump Mortgage Company, Trump Steaks, Trump University, Trump Casinos, Trump Vodka, and perhaps his biggest failure: his humiliating 2020 presidential landslide election defeat to Joe Biden.

And now you can add another devastating humiliation to Trump’s litany of failures: the premature demise of his blog called “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump.” The former King of Twitter launched his stillborn blog after he had been permanently banned from Twitter and Facebook.

How the mighty have fallen! When he was president Trump used his tweets to dominate the news cycle, ridicule celebrities, keep Republican congressional leaders in line, intimidate political opponents, and incite an insurrection.

But Trump’s blog wasn’t getting any traction, nobody was up in arms over his latest blog post, and so in frustration and despair he pulled the plug after less than a month.

Anti-vax Evangelical Pastor Rick Wiles Hospitalized with COVID-19, Given Oxygen

This is one of the least surprising headlines in recent memory, especially considering that Wiles, 67, was susceptible to the virulent virus due to his advanced age and his penchant for ignoring social distancing guidelines and refusal to wear a mask.

Rick Wiles the head pastor at Flowing Streams Church in Florida, has refused to get vaccinated and he’s posted anti-vax videos on social media.

Last week, the church posted on its official Gab account that there was a COVID-19 outbreak at the church (Surprise, Surprise), and they had the nerve to request prayers for Wiles.

A pastor is supposed to take care of the spiritual and physical needs of his congregation, Wiles was derelict in his duties to protect his flock from needless physical pain and suffering by failing to urge them to get vaccinated. If any members of his congregation die from COVID, their blood in on his hands.

If Wiles survives, I hope he will post videos urging evangelicals to do the right thing, theologically, medically, and socially and get vaccinated.

I could ironically offer thoughts and prayers on the behalf of Wiles, but instead I urge him to end his demonic anti-vax crusade and start spreading the good news that vaccines save lives.

Donald Trump Remains a Threat to our Democracy

Donald Trump lost in an electoral college and popular vote landslide, refused to concede defeat and promoted the Big Lie that the election was rigged. He then incited an insurrection that ended America’s long history of peaceful transitions of power.

You’d think that a president who mocked the rule of law while he was in office and did everything to undermine his successor who won in a free and fair election would be anathema to citizens of the greatest democracy in the world.

Indeed, Trump is despised by reviled by most Americans who recognize the indelible harm he did to our democracy during his tenure, and he is destined to go down in history as the worst president in our history.

But roughly 40 percent of the electorate sees Trump as a martyr, a savior and as the legitimate president of the United States. Why do so many Americans who are taught from kindergarten the supremacy of democracy idolize an authoritarian leader who undermined the pillar of democracy, the ballot?

Because Trump’s base, white evangelicals, value Christian nationalism over a constitutional democracy, and they worship their orange messiah who feeds them the red meat of racism, misogyny and homophobia over a rational politician who appeals to our better angels.

Trump is not one to go gentle into that good night, unlike every president who lost reelection he hasn’t kept a low profile, on the contrary he’s doing everything possible to undermine the presidency of Joe Biden.

Even though Trump has been banned from the most popular social media platforms he still has a loud voice in politics and popular culture, and we’d be well-advised to prepare for the prospect of him running again in 2024.

Democracy is a fragile thing, and we must constantly defend it with our voices and with our votes. Joe Biden is doing his best to restore our democracy, but Trump remains a threat to our democracy.