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Understanding the Three Main Reasons for Trump Hatred: Analysis by Brent Hamacheck

Understanding the Three Main Reasons for Trump Hatred: Analysis by Brent Hamacheck

Understanding the Three Main Reasons for Trump Hatred

A Detailed Analysis by Brent Hamacheck

In Brent Hamacheck's recently published book, "Dissidently Speaking: Change the Words. Change the War," he argues that the terms "right wing-left wing" as used in the United States are undefined and are merely labels used to categorize those with differing views. He goes as far as to label these terms as a socially acceptable form of hate speech. He contends that the statement "the left hates Donald Trump" is not only incorrect but is also fallacious.

The Triple Sā€™s: Silly, Subconscious, and Sinister

Hamacheck identifies three main reasons why people hate Donald Trump, which he refers to as the Triple Sā€™s: Silly, Subconscious, and Sinister.

The Silly

The first group, referred to as the "sillies," hate Trump primarily because of his demeanor. They dislike his insulting remarks, his recorded conversations about women, and other personal attributes that are unrelated to his policies or governance. Hamacheck argues that this is silly because voters should be more concerned with policy and principles than personality.

The Subconscious

The second group of Trump haters are those who subconsciously despise him. This subconscious hatred is driven by feelings of guilt, shame, and altruism. These individuals struggle with Trump's unapologetic love for his country and his assertion of American exceptionalism. The conflict between Trump's "America first" message and their internal feelings of guilt and shame leads to subconscious hatred.

The Sinister

The third group of Trump haters are those who are vehemently opposed to his "America first" message. These individuals, often labeled as globalists, want America to become part of a global community, diluting its national identity. They are opposed to confronting China, protecting borders, and striving for energy independence. They detest Trump and his efforts to awaken his followers to their plans to reshape America.

Addressing the Intensity of Hatred

Hamacheck uses the term "hate" to convey the intensity of the opposition to Trump. He argues that the strength and intensity of Trump's delivery create an equal and opposite reaction in those who disagree with him.

The Future of the 2024 Election

Hamacheck predicts that Joe Biden will not be the candidate on the ballot come November. He believes that Biden's cognitive decline will prevent him from serving another four years. He also believes that Biden cannot beat Trump in the upcoming election without significant election tampering. If Biden is replaced at the convention, reaching out to the first two categories of Trump haters becomes crucial. Trump supporters will need to engage with these individuals on their platforms and in their living rooms.

Final Thoughts

While Hamacheck has mixed feelings about the former president, his opposition to the third group of Trump haters is clear and unwavering. He encourages Trump supporters to reach out to the first two groups of Trump haters and strive for conversions.

About the Author

Brent Hamacheck is the author of the recent Amazon top new release, "Dissidently Speaking: Change the Words. Change the War." The book is a commentary on the divisions in today's America. All proceeds from its sale go to support a not-for-profit dedicated to promoting constructive engagement between young people.

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