I remember when an anon, a long time ago, talked about comic book villains and how they represented the element of chaos, while the heroes were order. So a typical scenario was "Everyone was minding their own business, enjoying life and being happy, when suddenly the Joker comes and wants to steal all the books in America so people would become illiterate, but Batman arrives, stops the Joker and brings back the status quo." This works fine when the world is a good place, you want things to remain the same, and you don't like people changing stuff, which mostly worked in the past century(minus certain events like the World Wars or the Great Depression). On the other hand, when things are shit, you don't like the status quo and want things to change, in this clown world, the Joker is more likable than the Batman, sure he wants to rob a bank, but fuck those bankers, and why is Batman fighting so hard to bring back the status quo, when the status quo is shit?
So even if kek was a god of chaos, that would bring destruction, can't be worse than what we had then(Obama, and four years of that in the name of Hillary), so people elected Trump as he was the chaos candidate, and it's not the first time this happened in American history. After Richard Nixon and Watergate, people didn't want 4 more years of Republicans and they didn't want the Deep State, so they brought in an outsider, a democrat called Jimmy Carter, who wasn't a career politician, he was a peanut farmer and he was sent to Washington to drain the swamp. What happened? In the end he was just another career politician, no better than Nixon before him. What did the Americans do? They became even more disillusioned with politics went hard right and elected Ronald Reagan. Had there been no Jimmy Carter, there would have been no Reagen. A lot of people like to compare Trump to Reagen, but sadly he will become the next Carter, a one term president sandwiched between two presidents of the opposite party, with the second one being an extremist, and that's scary.