After President Joe Biden spent much of his work time signing executive orders reversing the successful policies of former President Donald Trump and talk of “deprogramming” his 74 million voters, political author C. Douglas Golden noted that the prediction is coming true.

Trump said, “They’re not really coming for me, they’re coming for you, I’m just in the way,” warning Americans. 

Golden sees in the case of journalist Meghan McCain, who regretted having supported Biden, the realization of what Trump said, according to his article in The Western Journal on Jan. 26.

Meghan McCain’s bubble burst

McCain is a Republican who celebrated Biden’s win hoping that he would call for national unity, she shared, but was stunned to realize that leftists didn’t want unity, really. 

Most disconcerting to McCain was hearing “CBS Nightly News” and “Today” anchor Democrat Katie Couric say that some Republican congressmen “are believing the garbage that’s being fed to them 24/7 on the internet, by their constituents, and they’ve bought into this big lie,” in an interview with host Bill Maher.

Even more extreme she heard Couric say, “And the question is how are we going to actually deprogram these people who have signed up for the cult of Trump?”

To which McCain replied on “The View,” “And instead [of union], we’re hearing a lot of language from people like Katie Couric saying that Republicans like me need to be reprogrammed, that we’ve been brainwashed, that 74 million Americans are basically irredeemable people that we don’t need to communicate with and we don’t need to in any way have anything to do with.”

McCain added, “I think it’s horribly dangerous for the country, and I think it’s horribly dangerous for Democrats. If you don’t care about unity, you should care about the politics of this.”

“Reprogramming” Republicans

“Because I don’t need to be reprogrammed. I just have a different perspective on how the government should be run,” said the daughter of former Sen. John McCain with whom Trump had run-ins, and co-host of “The View.”

Political author C. Douglas Golden found in McCain’s disenchantment the fulfillment of Trump’s expression, already quoted. 

Even when Trump’s term is over, his supporters continue to be persecuted, as they intend to do with policies such as “deprogramming,” which was also proposed by CNN anchor Democrat Don Lemon.

Referring to the behavior of Trump supporters, Lemon commented, “And so, what is that? Cultish behavior. And I think a lot of people need to be deprogrammed, right now, before they cast their next ballots.”

Democrats are in full-on purge mode’

Golden continued his argument when he wrote, “Nevertheless, what’s become clear since the inauguration is that the Democrats are in full-on purge mode.”

Likewise, Twitter user @chaleeboh3131, agrees with Golden’s thinking, according to one of his tweets.

“Beware of Dog & Beware of Victorious Left: President Trump 2019: “In reality, they’re not after me, they’re after you, I’m just in the way” – The Left’s revenge agenda is loathsome enough, but Big Media & Big Tech have a target on the back of Trump supporters,” wrote @chaleeboboh3131.

As Biden destroys what was built for the benefit of Americans in fulfillment of President Trump’s “America First” slogan, his policies go in the opposite direction, seriously hurting the middle class and recent graduates.

An example of this is seen in the welcoming of illegal aliens. Illegal immigration ends up burdening taxpayers who have to pay for health care and financial aid with more taxes.

It also harms the stability of the financial system, as large companies become enormously rich, but the general population becomes poorer or has a lower level of purchasing power.