2020 US Election alleged fraud - OFFICIAL evidence from affidavits ongoing. #stopthesteal

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Financialpanther

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Hows the language in the censure resolution he's pushing back against - “persecution of ordinary citizens engaged in legitimate political discourse”. Legitmate political discourse, f**k me.

Majority of elected GOP simply do not live on this planet anymore :drunk:
When no-one holds you to account I guess.

I reckon old Mitch is gambling that his numbers are reasonable without the extreme trumpies for the mid-terms.
 

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Hows the language in the censure resolution he's pushing back against - “persecution of ordinary citizens engaged in legitimate political discourse”. Legitmate political discourse, f**k me.

Majority of elected GOP simply do not live on this planet anymore :drunk:
But there just tourists
 

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Hows the language in the censure resolution he's pushing back against - “persecution of ordinary citizens engaged in legitimate political discourse”. Legitmate political discourse, f**k me.

Majority of elected GOP simply do not live on this planet anymore :drunk:
Deaths are now "legitimate political discourse".
 

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But that subreddit has a lot of people on it

Many of them are sock puppets, Russians and trolls.

That said, there is this:

A majority of Republicans still believe Donald Trump won the 2020 US presidential election and blame his loss to Joe Biden on baseless claims of illegal voting, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.

The 17-19 May national poll found that 53% of Republicans believe Trump, their party’s nominee, is the “true president” now, compared with 3% of Democrats and 25% of all Americans.


A quarter of all Americans, half of all Republicans and even 3 percent of Dems think he actually won.

That just speaks volumes for how ******* mental that place is now.
 

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I can't recall who was talking about the Romans and the secret to their success: the resources to absorb losses until they found a winning strategy. Local armies could have many wins, but a single loss undid them.

The US culture seems to be unable to absorb any more damage and hold together.
 

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For all the both siders it does seem as though one party in America supports democracy while vast swathes of the other only seems to favour it when it breaks their way.
Decades of gerrymandering and trying to reduce the voting pool show the Republicans are anything but fans of participatory democracy
 

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Preference voting. Same thing we have here.

Dems are pushing back because (unlike in Australia, where the Greens are our third party, who assign preferences to the ALP and other smaller parties like the Socialist parties) there is a dearth of Left wing parties in the USA to give the Dems preferences, whereas the American Conservatives are so fractured there are dozens of RWNJ parties (Christian, Gun, Libertarian/ Tea Party types all the way to full on Batshit crazy parties and actual Nazis) prepared to throw preferences the Republicans way.

Maybe if there was preference voting though the AOCs of the world may form their own party and other further left parties could crop up.
 

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Definitely. Think he's made it clear he'd rather spend time attacking the dems on inflation etc. than defending MAGA spuds in the leadup.

Mitch knows he’s got his position in the senate safe so doesn’t have to pander to MAGA crap. He just sees trump as a useful idiot.

Mitch is still a stooge, though at least he believes in democracy. This is how low the base for an acceptable Republican has gone, one who acknowledges free and fair elections.
 

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Whats up with that symbolism in the background though...

Maybe hes just a big fan of terminator and doesnt want Skynet to take over?
 

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And more proof of attempted Democrat Republican election fraud.



More winning I guess!
 
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