My “cry for help” and a plea for fellow evangelicals to “listen and help”

Believe Me 3dAn author at Daily Kos writes:

….Some people believe so strongly in the Mythic Trump they forgive Trump the Man for family separations at the border, a range of criminal acts including running a fraudulent university and a fraudulent charity, selling the US to Russia, grabbing pussy, cozying up to tyrants, and surrounding himself with knaves and dunces. And that is only a partial list.

The question is can anything be done to shatter the myth?

And we all know the facts will never be enough to convince these sort of believers of anything. 

I have chosen two articles that should give us hope and that point the way toward separating the man from the myth.
 

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/01/17/many-voters-think-trumps-a-self-made-man-what-happens-when-you-tell-them-otherwise-224019

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/01/christian-america-still-supporting-donald-trump/

In the first link three sociologists explain their research into what happens when you make voters aware of how much money Donnie got from daddy. Perceptions of Trump’s ability to empathize drop drastically when voters learn what a spoiled rich kid he was and is and will always be. And politicians who aren’t seen as empathetic lose.

In the second a historian reveals the real roots of Trump’s power, Fake History. There is an organized attempt to convince certain Evangelical Christians that the framers of the US Constitution intended the US to be a White Christian state. It is that dubious and frankly fallacious contention that made Trump the President of the United States. 

John Fea has made a start on teaching real history to Evangelicals. The article is a cry for help signal boosting his message. We would all be wise to listen and help. 

Because the alternative is an unimpeachable, unindictable President.

Read the entire piece here.