Some people evidently work under that assumption, as this ugly event in New York attests:
New Yorkers woke up Thursday morning to find colorful new street art popping up on trash cans along the Lower East Side.
Their message is clear – Trump and his supporters are “trash.” The controversial posters feature images of “Trump supporter” stereotypes with the words, “Keep NYC Trash Free.”…
Another features a white woman wearing a “Make America Great Again Hat” while holding the Bible.
Most of the Christians in the New York area I know aren’t white. That’s a legacy in part of leaving that whitest (and soi-disant social justice) church, the Episcopal Church. Most of these aren’t Trump supporters either. If they had featured Christianity with a non-white person holding the bible sans Trump hat, it would have been more accurate to the reality on the ground, but the reaction would have been entirely different.
There’s an underlying assumption on the left that, if we could just get rid of white Evangelicals, Christianity and Trump will go away, and we can get laid, high or drunk without guilt or interference. That’s simply not true. God’s plan will go forth without white American Evangelicals or even the United States, if it comes to that. In some ways, it would probably help. Our country is headed towards a day of reckoning; we spend too much time and energy on things that won’t stop that reckoning.