Who Voted for Trump? [Understanding Trump Voters]

As part of our mission as a social critic, we share this post from another blogger. In it, we read this important fact, and it is a fact, and needs to be said:

“American left has been willing to use the Supreme Court as the “bulldozer of its social engineering” “

Others have called this “liberal fascism”, where liberals (those of the Left) get their agenda forced on to the American people through undemocratic means.

The Democrats have engaged in a high risk maneuver with this ongoing circus surrounding the confirmation process of Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court. In their attempt to get emoting women to the polls on election day, they have greatly angered many moderate voters (many of whom are women) that they need in order to hold on to various senate seats in competitive races around the country.

The article addresses the possibility that Trump’s win in 2016 was not a fluke, but foretells a populist electoral realignment away from a political party that no longer cares for the American working class.

Hommunism News

(source) Almost 2 years after, “What happened?” many people wonder. How did Donald Trump, the most unlikely presidential candidate in American history, ace Clinton and her party out of the presidency?

Was it a mere fluke? This, of course, is the explanation favored by many Democrats and even some Trump-averse Republicans.

Or perhaps Trump’s victory was not a fluke, but rather a sign of a significant electoral realignment. Trump “flipped” a number of states that had been reliably Democratic for decades.

Salena Zito and Brad Todd in their excellent and fascinating study of Trump voters, The Great Revolt: Inside the Populist Coalition Reshaping American Politics. As the subtitle suggests, the authors are inclined to believe that the 2016 election was no fluke but portends a reconfiguration of the forces that have traditionally shaped American politics.

Who Voted for Trump?

Zito, a journalist, and Todd, a Republican political…

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