As I drive around various parts of my state, wasting precious gasoline for no good reason, I notice things about various communities and what the inhabitants stand for. I notice that the communities that have the highest concentration of BLM and Biden/Harris signs are almost always the more affluent, predominantly white, suburban neighborhoods. Streets lined with McMansions, premium brand SUV's, finely manicured lawns and scores of elementary- and middle-school-aged children. I also notice the communities that have the highest concentration of Trump/Pence and Support Local Police signs are more blue-collar or farming communities. My state has a very high concentration of the former category. I get a little nauseous driving through these communities sometimes. I try to understand how wealthy, white suburbanites could be so stupid as to support organizations and politicians that hate them and marginalize them, decrease the amount of wealth they can manage for themselves, and restrict the freedoms many of them enjoy. White folks who believe that they themselves are genetically recessive, racist, privileged, and evil, solely because of their race? Wealthy people who feel guilty about working hard for what they have so they are willing to let the government take half of what they worked hard for? Savvy investors who believe the government can invest more wisely than they can? Their incentive cannot be rational, but emotional, driven by empty lives, "white guilt," a need to feel like they're "good people" by supporting the fight for the downtrodden, etc. But that support is shallow, devoid of real understanding. Virtue-signaling is the low-hanging fruit that gives them instant gratification. In my college town, there is no doubt that the majority are followers of Critical Race Theory and all the evil that comes with it. They are in an ideological trance, a hermetically sealed fantasy world. I can understand the academics and liberal scholars behaving this way, but business owners and executives, many of ehom have been hit by the shutdowns, and they support more of the very policies that harm them? It just seems insane. In any case, political allegiances sure do seem to follow very well-defined socio-economic lines. Does anyone else notice this in their area?