G. K. Chesterton writes in Orthodoxy:
I am still as much concerned as ever about the Battle of Armageddon; but I am not so much concerned about the General Election. As a babe I leapt up on my mother’s knee at the mere mention of it. No; the vision is always solid and reliable. The vision is always a fact. It is the reality that is often a fraud.
Kind of him to mention Revelation in the context of an election year. How about some reading on Revelation’s contemporary relevance as a diversion from the dismal state of American politics?