Where Are the Trump Supporters Against Racism, Homophobia, and Misogyny?


I have heard from many Trump supporters that are worried and even hurt that people are thinking that they are racist, homophobic or a misogynist. They’ve been asking me what I think they should do, to move forward, to waylay some of the “hate” that is being directed at them.

This is a rough question to address, as the anger and fear being directed at many Trump supporters is unfortunately a side effect of the campaign that Trump himself ran.

Honestly, it is somewhat surprising to me that many of these Trump supporters are very gob-smacked at the response from non-Trump supporters.

We all live in our own bubbles, and if we have not learned anything from this election, we should take away the lesson that living in our bubbles, and not factoring in the perceptions of others, has gotten us into this position in the first place.

Regrettably, unless Trump himself changes his tune from the top — he’s sort of trying yet all of that trying is being over-written by his cabinet appointments — this “generalization of supporters” is going to be the predominant feeling of many Americans who did not support Trump.

Even if it isn’t true, individual to individual.

This would be no different than half of America believing everyone who voted for Hillary is just another corporate oligarchy puppet out to perpetuate lies in government — which of course is not true either.

For everyone to heal in this process, especially those who voted for Trump, I have observed that accountability is a very large lesson in this election.

No matter why people voted for Trump, I believe there is wisdom in people excepting that they voted for a candidate who simply erased the boundaries of accepted behavior for a person seeking the office of a public servant. This is spiritual physics – like attracts like. So it is likely that the response that many Trump supporters will receive from other people — will lack boundaries.

I’m not saying I support having no boundaries. I don’t. I am making a comment on base level spiritual physics. Cause-and-effect.

I think we have some opportunity to step away from this marginalization of people in the cause-and-effect boomerang that’s occurring, especially for those of us that were never Trump supporters.

I for one got very sick of being told that I was “voting with my vagina” as a Hillary Clinton supporter. So as someone who has been wildly marginalized in this election, I would rather harness my own sense of accountability and not pass that useless and base energy forward.

I personally know many of these “fiscal not moral” Trump supporters, and they are very good people in their day-to-day life. I know some that have been life-long moderate Democrats that were sucked into the fake-fact media campaigns. Or, they just didn’t resonate with Hillary anyway, period, and wanted a change. Many are Libertarian or Independents wanting something new to shake out the system, so they voted for Trump, fully knowing that mayhem would ensue, but counting on the mayhem to incite a course correction.

In short, a different form of Bernie’s Revolution.

I think it’s very important for the balancing of fear that’s spreading like a virus in the USA to acknowledge that for those of us who did not vote for Trump, not every Trump supporter is a racist or a homophobe or a misogynist.

And I think it’s very important for every Trump supporter to understand why people would make that assumption.
Because until we begin to see the world through someone else’s eyes – we will remain on this ridiculously polarized trajectory cast in a victim position. And that solves nothing.

It is up to our actions, not our ideologies, to define who we are in the world.

This in turn defines our world.

So I would ask every Trump supporter out there, who is not a racist, or a homophobe, or a misogynist — and I know there are many — to call their state senators and insist that no matter what party affiliation that you are, human rights, civil rights, and dignity be brought into our affairs of government.

Maybe start a hashtag like #TrumpSupporters4Equality when disavowing racist messages on social media.

Because this evolution is far bigger than Republicans vs Democrats, liberals vs conservatives. This is about love vs oppression. This is part of the ascension process.

Indeed, it is a spiritual issue.

And this issue calls into question the very design of the United States of America, which by our Constitution, does not call for oppression of the masses.

It’s especially important at this time that Republican congress people understand that half of America is not in favor of a human rights shut-down. I personally think they’re fairly aware of that, with the exception of a few hard-line extremists. However, I would not put anything past people’s aptitudes at this point in time, here in bizarro land, where there the illusion that “mob rules” is being acted out to reap its lessons.

If / when he is sworn in — and I’m still seeing some bumps in the road for him there — Mr. Trump is going to have a huge amount of pressure put on him by outside interests to carry out an agenda that is extreme. He has absolutely no training in this area of powerlessness. He is going to be overwhelmed by how silent his voice actually will be in the office of the Presidency.

We are already witnessing Mr. Trump bracing up against this overwhelming tide of powerlessness by attempting to insulate himself with family in the office of the Presidency. This insulation is costing the city of New York nearly one million dollars a day as he blocks off portions of fifth avenue to spend large amounts of time at Trump Tower instead of the White House.

I actually, truly, have a lot of compassion for the guy, as the fear that I feel coming out of him is palpable.

He fears for his life. He fears for his children’s lives, which is why he wants them close to him in the White House.

What was a strategy game of poker for this man has now become very real for him. And this reality is something that he simply is not prepared for.

Trump is, however, very tied to the opinion of him which is held by his supporters, as well their belief in him.

So please – if you supported Trump for fiscal or “governmental change” reasons, and you are not in support of racial and gender separatism, let your Congress people know that you are a Trump supporter who is not in favor of rolling back base human rights in America.

This is how we break the cycle of marginalization.

To be a Trump supporter and say nothing in the face of such sweeping hatred popping up across America is to give permission to the movement, regardless of your personal stance.

Silence is the green light. So speak up.

Please and thank you — from a Hillary supporter who does not believe that all Trump supporters are evil incarnate. None of us are. And I’m done with the need to polarize and marginalize.

That’s in part how we got into this mess.

About danielleegnew

Danielle Egnew is an internationally renowned Psychic and Medium whose extensive appearances in media encompass film and TV (ABC, NBC, USA, TNT), as well as radio and print. Her private practice is based in Billings, MT and she contributes to media abroad.
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13 Responses to Where Are the Trump Supporters Against Racism, Homophobia, and Misogyny?

  1. Marie says:

    I am well, I am joyful, and I am definitely liberated. I love life and am passionate for life.

    have a great day

  2. Marie says:

    hmm, I wish there were an edit button. Normal people are ones with a loving heart are not going to succumb to nasty rhetoric, or to quote a fake story would have me wondering on their motive.

    let’s just say normal folks do not want to cause harm to another.

    Marie

  3. Vanessa says:

    You forgot to mention that death threats made to electoral college voters by Hillary supporter to change their votes or else they will have their brains blown out!

    • Marie says:

      where did you hear of that? or rather where did you read it? Infowars? Briebart news? Faux News? are fake website or fake news

      that would be the reason Danielle or normal people would not read

  4. Marie says:

    Donald Trump has made it loud and clear that he does not like Mexicans, Blacks, disabled, and basically promoted hatred and has brought out the White Nationalist group. There is NO kindness ever shown by Donald Trump. Only happy when he’s given praise for things he never had anything to do with. you know, his lying through his teeth by saying he stopped the Ford Plant from moving to Mexico. a BS con-artist selling snake oil, and guess what, there were enough gullible people that bought into his message of hate and bigotry.

    You would be smart if you were to fact check. There’s a responsibility on your part to read pass the glaring headlines. How did Donald Trump did elected? by low informational voters, that’s how.

    The email story on Hillary was bogus and nothing more than a witch-hunt.

    • Lisa says:

      I also do not agree that Trump supporters need to prove to the masses via hashtag that they are not racist. Simple daily acts of kindness speaks volumes; helping strangers in need, sharing a smile and projecting positivity in the world should be enough. Im tired of the social media dictating what people should think and do. I believe the majority of trump supporters do show acts of kindness. I know I do. 60% of Americans viewed Hillary as untrustworthy during the election. She was caught lying several times about emails and not disclosing receiving millions of dollars in donations while she was in office. (She admitted it) It seems to me you are putting too much of your opinion into your blogs and projecting it as the truth, separate opinions from your visions. I was not shell shocked that republicans are being called racist because that has been the case from day one. Republicans cannot speak out because we are always shut down. The very people who say trump loves hate are are spreading hate, destroying property and physically harming people in so many ways. But that’s ok because the media tells them it’s ok because they are upset. Obama served our country for 8 years and there is still division and hate although on both sides. When he was elected there were no major riots, republicans were unhappy but accepted the results and went in with their daily lives and focused on their family and work. It’s time for the others to do the same.

  5. peakae says:

    Danielle, your heart is in a wonderful place but you’re saying Trump supporters have to take action to prove they’re NOT homophobic, racist, or whatever. A place of love should be that you have to prove they ARE beyond a reasonable doubt before you ever think that of a person.

    Trump’s and Hillary’s actions are on them individually and not their followers. We will in all probably never meet these two people to know absolutely what their motivations and actions truly are but we do interact with friends and family — innocent before being proven guilty is the law of our country and it’s a good one.

  6. Marie says:

    uh, I don’t believe for a moment that we brought this on ourselves. I blame the elected leaders in gov’t who have failed to quiet the hatred and venom coming from their constituents. blame it on the Republican party, the media and Bernie Sanders.

    I’ve not heard anything negative coming from the Democratic party. The Democratic leaders are also to be blamed? why? because they come from a place called love and tolerance. most people believe they’re lazy and do not know how to fight back. did you ever hear Hillary attack Bernie? no she did not… it was all crazy Bernie that kept calling her corrupt and a wall street shill. he took too long to concede and he kept up his stance on contesting the results of the election at the convention.

    what a egotistical moron Bernie turned out to be.

    Then you have Hillary apologizing for calling Donald’s supporters “deplorable” and she thinks she lost the election because of that? and Donald’s name calling did not?

    oh please give me a break.

    they’re right… to compete in the political environment and within the competitive landscape one has to learn how to compete and win.

    it’s a dog eat dog world, and I believe that is how the infamous Donald tapped into the voices of the extremism, and now look at what we have. He brought out the worst of the worst and many were first time voters.

    notice the rise of the KKK, or the white nationalist movement? that is what the Donald and his constituents voted for. don’t tell me they did not see it or hear it. The Donald was loud and clear with his intent.

    Donald is a Nazi and a dictator. Please stop the poetry of why it happened…. millions simply failed Hillary by not showing up to vote against a bullying tyrant is what we’re stuck with.

    it will be a shit storm for the next four years. I sincerely hope I am wrong.

    • Charlotte says:

      Your first sentence is “uh, I don’t believe for a moment that we brought this on ourselves.” And then towards the end of your response you wrote “millions simply failed Hillary by not showing up to vote against a bullying tyrant”
      Ok, there’s your blame, right there. Not you personally, but every democrat who failed to vote is to blame. There are other ways in which the democrats failed us this election, but I just wanted to point out the most glaring reason, which is right there in your writings.

      • Marie says:

        sorry, I should have been clearer with the non-voters not coming out to vote but it also includes Republicans that chose not to vote either. also included are the protest votes by writing in a non existent candidate, third party votes and writing in Santa Claus.

        a whopping 43% failed to vote. Both GOP and Democrats. 7 million of those were Democrats or Independents.

        number one blame is the media. Plus Russians hacking during the campaign season, with fake news is another. it’s not just one thing or one reason.

        perhaps we should view this differently?

        It wasn’t meant to be… for Hillary to be the first female American President. but rather a short term Billionaire out to destroy the Obama Legacy.

        ouch…. high price to pay for allowing Fascism to take over America.

        Welcome to corporate America.

        Marie

    • Vanessa says:

      Wow, you talk about hate and venom and your posts are filled with them.
      May you be well.
      May you be joyful.
      May you be liberated.
      And so it is.

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