“I want to congratulate [the] guy who keeps calling me a ‘cuckservative’—you win, dude,” Blehar tweeted sarcastically.“You’re right, and I’m deleting my account out of shame.” Conservative pundit and Trump critic Erick Erickson soon weighed in, tweeting that he had read about cuckservatism in the white nationalist The attacks may have seemed like just a fleeting, perverse twist on RINO (“Republican in name only”), but in fact they were something far more ominous—the stirrings of a loosely knit extremist movement soon more widely known as the “alt-right.” Thanks to Trump’s demagogic campaign—throughout which he would circulate bigoted memes to his millions of Twitter followers—the alt-right now had an opportunity to inject racism, misogyny, and xenophobia into mainstream American politics.The Scriptures do, however, have many wisdom principles that we can apply to these issues.Dating Problems My concerns with dating in general are that people usually misrepresent themselves.
In fact, everything people see and do on the web is a product of algorithms.
Since we started this series on answering dating questions, one of the things I’ve been asked about the most is my opinion of online dating or dating apps.
Hopefully, people don’t just want my opinion on anything, but rather want to know what the Bible says on the issue.
Instead, Trump retweeted bigoted accounts and memes, including an image of himself as Pepe the Frog, a cartoon character the alt-right commandeered as its mascot.
These “gaffes” by Trump, as they were often characterized in media coverage—including his retweets of user @White Genocide TM, phony statistics on black crime, and an anti-Semitic image featuring a Star of David and a pile of cash used to smear Hillary Clinton—were seen by the fringe right as an invitation to push deeper into the mainstream.