Trump Uses Words That Resonate with Evil Evangelicals

“We will demolish the Deep State, we will expel the warmongers from our government, we will drive out the globalists, we will cast out the Communists, Marxists, and Fascists, we will throw off the sick political class that hates our Country, we will rout the Fake News Media, we will evict Joe Biden from the White House, and we will FINISH THE JOB ONCE AND FOR ALL! The 2024 election is our final battle.”

Donald Trump Truth Social post

Donald Trump’s “Truth Social” (TS) social media platform has around half a million active daily users, compared to X, formerly known as Twitter’s active daily userbase of 217 million. TS has negligible impact on the Internet and the culture at large.

But Trump’s incoherent, provocative and incendiary posts on TS are read religiously by his sycophantic followers. Trump’s musings and blathering on TS are regarded as Gospel by his supporters, and they consider them their marching orders.

In this recent post by the Orange Messiah, we see how he uses words and phrases that resonate with white evangelicals. He uses the word “warmonger” that’s familiar with readers of the Bible. They interpret Trump’s promise to “expel warmongers from our government” to mean that his administration will stop funding Ukraine’s campaign to drive out the Russian invaders. They know that Trump’s Israel-friendly regime will have no problems supporting Israel as it bombs Gaza back to the stone age.

Trump’s exclamation that he will “drive out the globalists” is decoded to mean that he will destroy the worldwide Jewish cabal that they believe controls international banking as well as the governments of most Western countries. Evangelicals claim to love Israel, but at the same time they believe in antisemitic conspiracy theories.

They decipher his vow to cast out “communists, Marxists and fascists” as an expression of his enmity against Democrats, incredibly most evangelicals believe that Democrats are communists and socialists.

“Cast out” is a phrase commonly used by evangelicals, they’re always blathering about casting out demons.

Evangelicals will construe his description of the 2024 presidential election as “the final battle” as an apocalyptic battle between good and evil.

Trump is a fascist sociopath who won’t lead us to the Promised Land, but if he wins, he will lead us to a dystopian future.