Sina-cism: I come not to bury Trump

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At 7:33 p.m. last Wednesday evening, the next president of the United States walked onstage at Worcester’s DCU Center, and was engulfed by the cheers of some 12,000 adoring supporters – or perhaps 11,997, since three of those inside the venue offered loud protests and had to be removed in the course of the next hour.

In truth, no one knows who our next president will be, but I was repeatedly assured at the rally that the next occupant of the White House will be none other than Donald John Trump.

Chris Sinacola

Chris Sinacola is back writing for Worcester readers.

For all I know, they are right. I have been misreading the American electorate for years, voting for liberals when the mood was conservative, and vice versa.

I know this much: Trump’s rise is causing apoplexy in the media and among liberals – ah, but I repeat myself.

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3 thoughts on “Sina-cism: I come not to bury Trump

  1. I was at the event. The crowd was hardly blue collar. It was everyone and the number of middle aged women surprised me. This is gonna get interesting.

  2. No, Chris, for attendance it was approx 9500-10,000, not 12,000. Husband Nick and I were there, out of curiosity. No way would I ever vote for Trump. The people were not all Trump supporters but what he said was sloppy, no different from his platitudes during debates, no solutions, just paranoid meandering so …. this was either a high school pep rally or an event reminiscent of pre World War II with Hitler whipping up the mesmerized future Nazis. And let us not forget 4 bankruptcies and 3 wives, not a super stable person.