What I understand is that there are people who use violence and force to make others do what they want. And this is not Christian, because it says, for leaders, and us who follow the example of Christian leadership > "nor as being lords over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock." (1 Peter 5:3) But because certain violence-able people claim to be Christian and born again, people take their word for it and go along with them. But a person qualified to take care of God's people is "not violent", we have in 1 Timothy 3:1-10, and "not self-willed, not quick-tempered", in Titus 1:4-9.
And we can see how "a number" of politicians are not examples of first pointing out how they themselves are wrong so we can be wise to them and not go along with how they are wrong. Peter commands leaders to be "examples" (1 Peter 5:3) This, I consider for myself, means I must first be about helping others to be wise to me about how I can be wrong. And Jesus says, "let the one without sin cast the first stone". So, those who are so into attacking others and criticizing others for being cruel . . . but are still having the slaughter of unborn people in their own countries . . . these "may" not be Christian or democratic if they continue have dictatorship that unborn people die in their countries and they do not effectively defend their unborn citizens as being created equal.
So, yes, I would say, in "America", we have people who are not about human rights or democracy, and "evil men and impostors will grow worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived," Paul clearly says in 2 Timothy 3:13. The cup of their anti-human and killing spirit is running over to how born people are treated, now, in America, and it runs over into foreign policy, also. The character of using killing as a means to an end is character that will multi-task and not be limited to how the unborn are treated. So, moral character needs much more attention than economic policy. Yet, the character of politicians and voters seems mainly attracted to concern about the economy being . . . aborted!!
So . . . bless in prayer and care, not just criticizing and being discouraged. Jesus says, "look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near." (in Luke 21:28) Instead of trying to babysit Satanic children who will not obey, let's make our attention at home with God in how He rules us in His peace in our hearts (Colossians 3:15). Obeying has always done more than trying to control wrong people > "'In your seed all the nations of the earth shall be blessed, because you have obeyed My voice.'" (Genesis 22:18)
God bless you, too