Trump's followers are delusional and dangerous — but don't call them hypocrites
- August 29, 2022
- Shawn Rosenberg, poli sci, Salon, MSN, Aug. 29, 2022
By email, Shawn Rosenberg, a professor of political science and psychological science at UC Irvine, wrote that the desire for an "anti-democratic strongman and disregard for rule of law are very strongly associated with: 1) populism, 2) seeing a homogeneous people as desirable or necessary, 3) being anti-Black, antisemitic and anti-immigrant, 4) having a simple dualistic, black/white view of political issues and morality and 5) being anti-elite."
For the full story, please visit https://www.salon.com/2022/08/29/followers-are-delusional-and--but-dont-call-them-hypocrites/.
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