To those Americans who have not been indoctrinated into the Cult of Donald Trump, His appeal is bewildering. He is neither handsome nor intelligent. He speaks at a third grade level. And his emotional response to criticism is even lower. When he isn't whining petulantly (a sign of weakness), he's inciting violence. And he has a mortal fear of facts, as demonstrated by his award winning litany of lies.
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That said, Trump's feeble-minded cult devotees are thoroughly engulfed in his bizarre babblings. They have bought his wild assertions that he won the presidential election by a landslide, despite the absence of even a shred of evidence. His having lost nearly sixty lawsuits – many before Republican-appointed judges – doesn't diminish their glassy-eyed reverence for Dear Leader. They are totally on board with his downplaying of the Coronavirus pandemic, even after the deaths of more than 330,000 of their fellow citizens, and over two million infected. They believe his every boast of abilities superior to those of recognized experts in the military, medicine, economics, and whatever else happens to wander through his sickly thoughts.
A new poll by NPR/Ipsos reaffirms what many have already acknowledged are cult-like attitudes that permeate Trump's superfan base. The poll found that “A significant number of Americans believe misinformation […] as well as conspiracy theories like QAnon”: