Josef Škvorecký, the great Czech novelist, author of The Engineer of Human Souls (beautifully translated by Paul Wilson) and other meditations on in the spiritual/intellectual havoc inflicted by totalitarians, writes this about the the rise and fall of the Prague Spring:
The statistical majority struggles only for more bread; the statistical minority struggles too, for more non-bread.
We are told that our hapless POTUS is going to deliver bread by starving the minority who struggles for non-bread: artists and intellectuals of all kinds supported directly or indirectly by the National Endowment for the Arts (zeroed out in POTUS’s proposed budget) and by the National Endowment for the Humanities (also zeroed out). Their audiences too he wants to deprive of non-bread because they can stomach neither his lies nor his stunted moral nature, which clearly stopped maturing about age thirteen.
Now, why do you suppose this walking bundle of psychoses has sent his equally damaged minions out to collect voter data from all the states? Would this not simply the identification of the non-bread minority? I know, I know—it can’t happen here.