How Christian nationalism gave Trump the White House
Original story at thinkprogress.org• 2 mentions • 2 weeks ago
thinkprogress.org 2 weeks ago
This is the third entry in a series on Christian nationalism and the religious groups supporting Donald Trump. You can read the first one here and the second one here. It was 2016, and the era of white Christian American influence was supposed to be over. Political pundits declared that shifting demographics meant Republicans could no longer rely solely on the white Christian vote that had protected them for so long; U.S. News used the term “the powerless religion voter.” Many of the people making this argument cited Robert Jones, CEO of polling group PRRI, who released a book before ...