Okay . . . wait. . . . Let me pull a current Trump and soften, compromise my position a bit.
I don't have facebook and don't know who of my acquaintances and friends are Trump supporters. I don't want to offend any of them for sure. I know that not everybody supporting him is of the wholly "emotional goggle" type. Myself, I was hoping for the best when Trump exploded on the scene going against the politically correct (cultural Marxist) grain. But red flags for me started when he disparaged Ben Carson's faith. He (Trump) was recounting Carson's conversion story where Carson said he had just tried to stab a loved one, then freaked out, went into the bathroom and found God. Trump scoffed, saying to the effect, "C'mon! Who could believe that?" Well, I could. My own conversion story was similarly abrupt and radical and know plenty of Christians also who have had the same "born again" experience. In fact, within Christian culture, it is not unusual at all. Any real believer knows this and would never degrade such a profound, sacred moment. It rubbed me real wrong how Trump dismissed it out of hand like it was some crazy lie or the ravings of a sociopath.
BUT, I still held out hope.
Then, he started attacked Cruz with typical left-wing, establishment style talking points. And on and on . . . his words have betrayed that his heart is really not set in conservative soil.
What I'm afraid of with him is not so much that he won't follow through on his more strident threats to the "elites" . . . but that, even if he were to follow through, they will simply collapse the system on him and we will quickly be in a world of chaotic hurt. But then, I expect that anyway, regardless of who gets in. It could be that with a Democrat (ie., socialist/communist) they will try to prop the thing up a little longer. . . . But the economic forces and laws, combined with the cultural rot, combined with the spiritual malaise, added to widespread war and civil war repercussions . . . I just don't see how this mess can be turned around any time soon. It is crashing, falling apart, by design, and the bloodthirsty, megalomaniacs who have been generationally conspiring to bring it down in order to reform their new ("illuminated") Utopia . . . will not be denied one way or the other.
I don't bemoan anyone desperately wanting a temporal savior . . . and grasping for anyone who might fit the bill. . . . I am just concerned that they will be sorely disappointed once again and will lose heart for the greater purposes we are here for. . . .