Conservatives tend to be much more religious in general, and glorify the "golden age" of the U.S. 1950s, and want the government to be "smaller" so that they feel like they can stay in the smaller bubble of their local community and not HAVE to care about the world at large. The world used to be a Utopia, and going back to that "Utopia" and honoring tradition before all else is the goal.
This sounds very much me except for the religious part.
That being said, I'm very anti-Trump. To me Trump is not "conservatism." He's closer to fascist. We've had plenty of conservative presidents. He's something new. He totally changed my views of the presidency forever, negatively. Thanks to him, I now no longer feel like you have to be an extremely intelligent and skillful person to get into the Oval Office. You can be the complete, polar opposite.
There are two kinds of Trump voters. One is the kind that votes for him because they absolutely adore him and identify with him. They're the ones I worry about. The other kind is the type that votes for him because he's the conservative candidate and they're too conservative to vote for the liberal one. I know plenty of conservatives who think Trump's a total idiot and would rather any other conservative in charge. If you're me and you don't like either choice, you just don't vote at all or vote third party, but most people don't do that.
Trump has definitely created a new age of stupidity. Because of him, we have things like QAnon theory. We have loads of people who not only believe the absolute most ridiculous of theories but also come up with new ones as a hobby.
I see conspiracy theorists on the Left too. I see other things I consider dangerous. Hating on the police force instead of specific members of it, for example. Or those that actually believe in getting rid of the police (not the defunders). Or extreme censorship and trigger warnings instead of teaching things like backbone and how to take a joke. Or supporting riots. Or seeing every single person accused of molesting someone as immediately guilty before they ever start the trials and present the evidence. A lot of liberals even reflect something of McCarthyism with their crusade against racists, or rather everyone they see as racists. There's a mob mentality on both sides.
It's when you sit back as a moderate without a party preference and really watch both parties that you realize they're both full of craziness and in many ways totally reflect the other. They're really not that different, although as I said, Trump is something new.