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The Latest from the Press: Trump is Running a Cult

According to Becket Adams in the Washington Examiner:

Certain members of the media need to get out more often. They are doing that thing again where they are all saying the exact same thing.

The latest fad promoted by members of the commentariat involves alleging that Republicans and Trump supporters are members of a “cult.”

Edgy stuff — almost as edgy as it was in 2016.

“Increasingly, President Trump’s support seems cultish,” disgraced newsman Dan Rather said on Nov. 17 during an appearance on CNN’s ironically named Reliable Sources. “These cults, cults generally don’t end well. People will say it’s too much to say it’s a cult. I don’t think so.”

Later, on Nov. 24, Reliable Sources hosted so-called mind control expert Steven Hassan to lend credibility to Rather’s “cult” characterization.

“I define a destructive cult as an authoritarian pyramid structured group with someone at the top who claims to have total power and total wisdom that uses deception and control of behavior, information, thoughts, and emotions to make people loyal, and dependent, and obedient followers,” the supposed expert said in reference to “Trump’s organization and followership.”

5 Responses to The Latest from the Press: Trump is Running a Cult

    • Remember those stupid songs — “Yes, we can, can, can,” and “Umph, Umph, Umph, Barack Hussein Obama.”

      Yeah, nothing cultish about “dear leader” songs for children.

  1. Sure. We don’t do anything until we get instructions from the WH website. All in code.
    Our Great Leader has promised us we won’t go to jail if we pay our taxes, don’t text while driving, and avoid a lot of other sins.
    Our great rewards? A prosperous country, a job, and peace.

  2. A couple of weeks ago, that genius Chuck Todd claimed Trump has “30 to 40 percent of the country brainwashed.”

    They still don’t get it…and apparently never will.

  3. A ‘cult’ is looked at as having a mortal leader (who may possess some worthy wisdom) who replaces ‘the just living by faith’ with groupies living by sight.