“The anger of the workers in coal plants out of a job because of stupid environmental regulations…The anger of those who were told that they could not build on their own land because of stupid zoning and environmental laws.”
Those regulations that you deride as “stupid” are the only hope that we have of preserving the planet for future generations. Climate change is real, and it isn’t going away anytime soon.
“The anger of religious people who were told that to operate a business in America you have to serve product intended for ceremonies that go against the core of you’re [sic] beliefs and if not you are racist.”
Actually, gay marriage has nothing whatsoever to do with racism. Nice try.
“The anger of millions of people who were told they cannot pray in public because they are ‘offending’ other’s [sic] but they must allow men who decide they are women to use the same bathroom as their daughters.”
Transgender women aren’t “men who decide they are women”, they are real women. And they need to use the bathroom just like anybody else does. They aren’t interested in victimizing other people’s daughters, they just want to do their business. Also, I’m pretty sure there is no law in America that forbids praying in public. Having a governmental organization host a public prayer session, perhaps, but private individuals and private companies are certainly entitled to pray in public spaces.
But I’m not sure where you’re going with this, anyway, because establishment Republicans are very much opposed to gay marriage, public prayer, transgender bathroom usage, regulations to fight climate change, and the other examples you mentioned.