FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2019
In this case, it's his sister: Why do various people vote for Donald J. Trump? Since 63 million people did, we'll assume there are different reasons.
The New York Times' Timothy Egan has spoken to one such voter—his sister. His account of his sister's outlook is almost surely worth thinking about. It may even align, to some minor extent, with our own report from this morning.
That said, will our admittedly superior tribe ever get over itself and its greatness? Major top credentialed experts—and yes, they're speaking to us from the future—inform us that the chances of that aren't necessarily good.
Addendum: An important point from Egan's column:
"It’s worth remembering that nearly two-thirds of all American adults do not have a four-year college degree."
Does that make these people "less?" Compare and contrast. Continue to carry the one.