29 Apr Indefensible by any Other Name
As far as I am concerned, Donald Trump represents the indefensible, the most pitiful substance-less part of American politics, who is a perfect synthesis of the three categories I most fear (where normally I only have to fear one at a time): Corruption, Incompetence, and Flawed Ideology. But I will say this right now – nothing is going to move the sentiment of the American people who mostly find this empty suit contemptible towards defending him than the morally bankrupt tools that defend these low life degenerate criminals coming to his rallies and doing their best to treat America like a third world country. I have lost a lot of confidence in the judgment of our society, but I do not believe we are going to start tolerating riotous criminality. Moral clarity is needed in how we judge Presidential candidates, but it is also needed in how we evaluate hooliganism.
I would still direct my friends on the right who do not yet know how badly we are about to lose a Presidential election while simultaneously forfeiting a generation of work: David Brooks has nuggets here that just cannot be missed