>I just think it's a particularly noteworthy- and glaring- in >the overlap between Trump people and conservative Christians, >because the things being overlooked are very significant. > >I don't think that, in our day to day lives, most people are >ignoring that volume of that level of awfulness, particularly >in ways that are so directly and consistently at odds. > >In this case, they're not only overlooking all these elements >of their holy book, just as they're overlooking all these >elements of their "guy". > >They're also overlooking the "positive" morality of their >religion, in order to support a guy who caters to the negative >elements of the morality of their religion, as well as their >sociopolitical worldview- which they hold at odds with some of >the more positive aspects of their religion. > >So, while we all experience some of this cognitive dissonance, >I think there's a level of that relationship between Trump and >conservatives that go well beyond what most of us experience >in our day to day lives.