Yeah, sure attack my reading comprehension while ignoring any points I made regarding the very specific expected indictment that formed the basis of the very first post that initiated the discussion. But, I'm the one who can't read. Sure. And again, let's be clear, it wasn't just "Trump supporters" that were being maligned in the posts that followed. It was all Republicans and conservatives in general, as stated in the quoted posts. Despite the fact that the most recent polling conducted shows that less than half of Republicans even want Trump to run again, and that only 30% would back him over DeSantis if they were the candidates for Republican nomination. But, sure, they're still all ignorant Trump apologists I guess.
Donald Trump's Support Among Republicans Falls to Lowest Point Ever
Why would you expect me to adress the points you made about how strong or weak of a case they have against Trump here when I have no interest in that discussion, and I haven't said a single word about it?
You labeled my post under "Trump Derangement Syndrome" even though it wasn't aimed towards Trump at all, so I will call that out.
You may have made some great points about how weak of a case it is. I wouldn't know, because I haven't followed the story.
The primary reason for that is because I'm extremely fatigued of waking up to insane Trump headlines every other weak for 4 years straight, (such as replacing half the scientists on the EPA Scientific Review Board with representatives of the very companies they are supposed to regulate... Basically letting the fossil fuel industry regulate itself) that now when Trump is gone and largely irrelevant (at least to me), if I don't have to read about his bullshit, I probably won't.
Also, in my original post that you first quoted I referred to them as "the "lock her up!" and "due process/accountability" people."
Which can include people who supported Trump before, but support DeSantis over him today.
Although if Trump wins the primary over DeSantis, I have no doubt that the vast majority of those who prefer DeSantis will still vote for Trump. Similar to how Bernie Sanders supporters still voted for Biden this time arround.
So I don't think it's wildly incorrect to refer to them as Trump supporters for simplicity. Although again, I didn't even do that until after you replied to my comment and made it about Trump himself.