I agree with much of the sentiment in this post – strongly, even, and said so in the comments. I stand by those comments; read them in the thread if you wish.
But in re-reading the post I think I spotted a key problem, or at least source of disagreement. Mr. Wright wrote this after showing images of upset and crying Hilary supporters:
Put no trust in princes, O Sons of Adam, for they are Sons of sinful Adam just as are you. Put no trust in pundits, Daughters of Eve, for they are deceptive Daughters of Eve just as are you.
…Which is well-written and makes a good point.
He followed it up with:
By way of contrast
…Followed by images of celebratory Trump supporters.
But I think the contrast is all wrong. The Hilary people put their faith in princes and pundits, and they failed. The Trump people…put their trust in different princes and different pundits. The person they wanted to get elected made it in, and they celebrated.
But they still trusted the princes and pundits.
The contrast should not be images of celebrating Trump supporters. It should be an image of this:
…And I think that our contrasting views here – and make no mistake, while Mr. Wright is as Catholic or more Catholic than I am, when he says that the opposite of Hilary supporters trusting the princes and pundits of this world are Trump supporters, me and him are looking at the world through a fundamentally different prism – are the source of a lot of our disagreements.
I shall have to think on this further.