33 Things I’ve Learned About America During the Trump Presidency

1. Innocent until proven guilty only exists inside the courtroom.

2. Feelings are important; facts are meaningless.

3. Ultra-passionate supporters of a public official or cause will wholeheartedly believe everything they read or hear as long as it lines up with what they want to believe. And they will joyfully share that

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Christian writer, historian and satirist, called to shine the light on today's polarizing issues without a foot in either camp.

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