This nation will not survive another third term of Barack Obama in the form of Hillary Sanders or Bernie Sanders.”

This is what Robert Jeffress, pastor of a Dallas megachurch, said when he introduced Trump to a crowd in Iowa before the caucuses there:
““Although as a pastor I cannot officially endorse a candidate, I want you to know I would not be here this morning if I were not absolutely convinced that Donald Trump would make a great president of the United States. … Most Americans know we are in a mess, and as they look at Donald Trump they believe he is the one leader who can reverse the downward death spiral of this nation we love so dearly … this nation will not survive another third term of Barack Obama in the form of Hillary Sanders or Bernie Sanders.”
So, I think that comports pretty well with what Domenich is saying, except that I would quibble with the notion that the support is primarily based on religious protection. It is more based on the (maybe desperate) notion that somehow Trump is going to magically bring good blue collar jobs back to this country and restore it to its right and proper place as leader of the free world.
It is a cry of desperation based on the poor economic plight of working class Americans, who no longer are greatly concerned about the social justice/morality issues that might have colored to a greater extent their past votes.
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