Mar 15, 2016 1:41 AM GMT
Trump’s attacks on political correctness and refusal to apologize for controversial statements makes him someone people want to vote for. A large number of Americans are tired of fringe movements holding sway over the public discourse and creating disorder. When there’s chaos, people will turn to the leader who promises to restore order. Right now, that’s Trump’s primary pitch.
The weekend’s uproar will probably only further bolster that appeal — especially in Missouri, the state which has been the epicenter of America’s latest social crises. It’s doubtful the Ferguson riots and University of Missouri protests left a good impression of radical activists on the average Missourian.