In 2018, I ended my support for Trump after a series of conversations with Sarah Silverman on Twitter. She was thoughtful and respectful and, as we spoke, my views began to shift. Eventually, I realized that this American Trumpism was wrong for America. I began to see how hateful MAGA was and I looked at myself, acknowledged my own hate, and understood this had to change. I saw how destructive Trump is for our country and understood that this was not the right way to lead America.
The architects of the war in Afghanistan lied to us. As a combat veteran, I feel betrayed by our leadership.
I used to be a Trump troll. In the 2018 midterms, for the first time in my life, I voted as a Democrat. Here’s why.
I’ve begun to understand that the way women are treated, especially online, when they come out about their assaults, is barbaric.
I allowed fear and the hollow satisfaction of identity politics to eliminate my ability to think critically.
When I was aboard the Trump Train, I accused Sarah Silverman of caring more about Illegals than American Veterans. To my surprise, she replied.