Voter Suppression and Why The Republicans Love It So Much?


The Thriller

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Tell me again how these voter suppression laws are about “election integrity” and not suppressing voters most likely to vote for Democrats


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The Thriller

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Oh weird. I’ve been told that these new voter suppression laws against Mail in ballots are to prevent fraud and not just to prevent POC who use Mail in ballots from voting.

 

The Thriller

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Talk about programmed and indoctrinated sheep.

Man it's easy to be a republican politician. Just say trump good, democrat bad. Biden bad. Then sit back and ride the waves of love. Easy peasy.

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And if you REALLY want to climb the ladder and make a ton of money, say some crazy racist ****. The crazier and more racist? The more money you’ll raise! Say contradictory things? Who gives a damn as long as it makes grievance motivated Fox news addicts feel better about themselves.

Say, “Trump is god. Jews use space lasers to help Spanish speaking woke antifa gay African American Muslims refugees to invade the eastern and western borders and vote for Democrats, like Biden, who drink innocent white Christian children’s blood. Democrats are a bunch of gay straight trans athletes muslim Jewish Buddhist Nazi commies who hate America!”

Politics as a Republican is easy if you have no soul. You don’t actually have to propose any legislation apart from tax cuts to donors.

While the rest of us work hard to earn money and rise up the ladder, these other folks just say bat **** crazy stuff and win elections, leadership positions, money, and fame. Oh and be sure to keep passing lower and lower tax cuts to corporations so you can keep that money flowing.
 
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Oh the irony.
Did you watch the video?
Can you post a video of a democratic politician saying similar things to a roaring crowd?

I mean trump said that he could shoot someone in 5th avenue and not lose any supporters. That is trump almost literally calling his supporters indoctrinated, programmed, sheep. He is saying that he could do anything and his supporters would continue to follow him. He is calling his supporters sheep. And he was right!
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The Thriller

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Did you watch the video?
Can you post a video of a democratic politician saying similar things to a roaring crowd?

I mean trump said that he could shoot someone in 5th avenue and not lose any supporters. That is trump almost literally calling his supporters indoctrinated, programmed, sheep. He is saying that he could do anything and his supporters would continue to follow him. He is calling his supporters sheep. And he was right!
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The thing I don't get about the people who believe there is no way that Trump lost is this:
Trump's approval rating never got over 50% in his entire term. So why would anyone think it to be impossible for someone that less than 50% of the country approve of could lose an election? Trump losing would be the logical, common sense conclusion to come to in that case.

Plus don't Trumpers think that the media was out to get trump? If so, why? They (Trumpers) understand that the media want to make money right? And the best way to make money is to cover things that your target audience want to see. So most of the media are anti trump right? Then the logical, common sense conclusion should be that most of the people consuming the media are also anti trump. Which of course would lead to trump losing an election once again.

That's not even taking into account all the losses in court (from judges trump put in place in many cases), recounts, and audits that were done. Trumps own AG who always had trumps back (bill Barr) said that there was no election fraud.

Add in the fact that non trump republicans did well in the non presidential elections which, again using common sense and logic, would show that it wasn't a problem with fraud in the presidential election it was just that there were so many people who didn't like trump. Which again makes sense when you look at his approval rating and the coverage by all the media. Add in the fact that he lost the popular vote to Hillary for goodness sakes.

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