Following the second impeachment acquittal of former President Donald Trump, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell expressed his belief that the former president was guilty of inciting the riot at the nation’s capitol. Subsequently, citizen Donald Trump responded to McConnell’s accusation, saying, “The Republican Party can never again be respected or strong with political ‘leaders’ like Sen. Mitch McConnell at its helm. McConnell’s dedication to business as usual, status quo policies, together with his lack of political insight, wisdom, skill, and personality, has rapidly driven him from Majority Leader to Minority Leader, and it will only get worse.”
Jackie Gingrich Cushman, writing for The Spectator, described Mr. Trump as divisive. Words have meanings.
Divisive means creating feelings of disagreement or discord; forming or expressing division or distribution; creating dissension or discord.
Was it a divisive president who won over 75 million votes, more than any candidate in American history? Was it a divisive president who won over huge numbers of Latino and African-American voters?
There is a better word that accurately describes President Trump’s style: disruptor, a man who interrupts the normal operation of federal government, the status quo of big government. He disrupted the Republican Party and the Democratic Party, along with the globalist movement toward one-world government.
There was another disruptor of historical consequence: Jesus Christ. Jesus disrupted the establishment Jewish religion and He continues to disrupt demonic forces throughout the world.
Divisive people are unwelcome in my company but I seek disruptors who bring true progress./