Why Trump voters’ refusal to accept election loss is scary

Why Trump voters’ refusal to accept election loss is scary

I seriously doubt that most of Donald Trump’s ardent supporters truly believe that, as they adamantly insist, he won the election but was cheated of his victory due to not little but massive electoral fraud – a claim they cannot factually support (“Truth the first casualty in America’s post-election war of words” December 26).

Just the defeat on its own seems to be proof enough that a vast ballot-fraud conspiracy had occurred. Meanwhile, they will vehemently deny that any form of electoral fraud may have unjustly put Trump into the White House four years ago.

To me, this is mind-boggling and scary.

Might it be that the said group of Trump supporters consciously or subconsciously believe that he must remain in office for some perceived greater good – notably to save America and make it great again – regardless of his democratically decided election loss, and all those in the majority who voted against Trump (which should not at all be a surprise) should just deal with it?