It’s a shame the left is so ‘trigger happy’ that their own members are afraid to disagree with what their leaders say. Several admire Trump but are too afraid to ‘come out’. Could you imagine if Conservatives operated this way? let’s face it, we don’t always agree on everything but somehow manage to stick together, unlike the unstable left. That’s called ‘civilized’, to our Secret Trump admiring readers. Conservatives have the keen ability to see the big-picture beyond minor differences. Warning: You hardcore liberals are going to be so triggered by this.
As Written By Dan Truitt with American Thinker:
It is indicative of how completely the left has taken over our major public organs and institutions, including the press, the entertainment industry, and Higher Ed, that many are embarrassed to admit to others the secret we carry around in our hearts like a treasure — we absolutely love Donald Trump.
This is the reason Trump’s approval numbers are almost certainly way under-reported: who wants to admit that they love an uncouth, billionaire New York braggart who made his fortune by parlaying a “small” $150 million-dollar loan from dear old dad into a business that literally changed the skyline of the world’s greatest city? The answer apparently is millions.
This has led to articles and blog posts such as Tiffanie DiNato’s “Why I’m so darned afraid to admit I support Donald Trump,” subtitled, “I’m a Donald Trump supporter, and I’m coming out of the closet.” Or this from the uber-liberal UK Guardian: ‘Not even my wife knows’: secret Donald Trump voters speak out.’
Both of these were written during the campaign season, but the brutal backlash against Trump and his supporters by the so-called “resistance” has caused Trump supporters to go to even greater lengths to hide their affiliation and affection for our rough, gruff chief executive.
The liberal media makes excuses for the phenomenon of hidden Trump supporters with all kinds of bogus analyses, such as Slate‘s slanderous ‘Polling After Charlottesville Confirms That Trump’s Base Is Very Racist,” or Nate Silver’s obtuse post-mortem on the 2016 election, “Shy’ Voters Probably Aren’t Why The Polls Missed Trump.”