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After a month in office, flip a coin to see if an American is convinced Biden is not a pretender:

One-third believe the election was stolen from President Trump and the remaining one-sixth are not sure.

The certified vote total has Biden beating Trump by less than 5 points but the YouGov survey respondent pool has Biden beating Trump by over 10 points. Consequently, it’s reasonable to adjust highly political findings–and what isn’t these days?–five points or so in Trump’s favor to get a real sense of where public sentiment is.

Call it half the country, then, after months of relentless media attacks and an innocuous water lily instead of the promised killer kraken, that believes the presidential election was legitimate. Sounds like a crisis of democracy, doesn’t it?

 
• Category: Culture/Society, Ideology • Tags: Election 2020, Polling, Trust 
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  1. I find that Republican number surprising given the response of the mainstream GOP. That seems like a major fault line to watch.

    I have trouble understanding how Democrats would come in at 93% with blacks at 76%. Is that just a matter of blacks not being on board with the script and giving an honest opinion, or what?

    • Agree: unit472
    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    @res

    Black Democrats are always the least "on board" with the Democrat message. White Democrats are all Woke-compliant on everything. Blacks not so much.

  2. The point is, if Trump had won, you’d get the same result with shifted demographics. The campaign to delegitimise the 2016 election has had catastrophic and totally predictable results. To them Biden won by 100% because all ‘Trump voters’ (Even when he was engaged in massive war crimes I don’t recall much enmity being throw at ‘Bush voters’) votes are illegitimate to them.

    If you say for 4 years ‘We gunna git ‘im’ then it doesn’t matter what you say, people will simply believe if the election was close enough, that you stole it, because in essence the election is just the last step in a coup that started in 2016. They’ll believe because you signaled to them over 4 years you were willing and able to do it.

    Conversely if Biden had lost you’d better believe that they would have done all the same stuff Trump did, in fact, it was their plan.

    So people can debate the evidence or no of election fraud, it doesn’t matter it really doesn’t, the vast majority of people if any, have the direct experience and knowledge to fully say if it is so or not. You’ve reached a point where bias is so rampant and expected that you can’t trust anyone. It’s all a matter of taking experts at different levels at their words and things like ‘cancel culture doesn’t exist’ becoming mantras of the educated elite don’t help. The question isn’t did they steal the election, the question is, if they had to, would they? And the answer concluded by Trump voters is yes and under such circumstances people can no longer accept the legitimacy of American democracy.

    The hysteria over Trump had already done that for half the country, the 4 year long coup against Trump (Complete with an attempt to impeach him a second time after he has left office) has now done it for the other half.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Altai

    This comment dovetails nicely with Ron Unz's essay on "the stolen election," which I would send to people if I could tell anyone I read Unz Review!

  3. The election was rigged. The courts were afraid to look at the evidence. I see nothing to prevent the rigging of the next election. Yet everybody seems to continue talking about electoral politics. Separation is the ONLY way forward Y’all.

    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
    @WorkingClass


    Separation is the ONLY way forward Y’all.
     
    No, I don't think that it is.

    Listen to @dfordoom. Separation won't work. It has no answer to the U.S. nuclear arsenal, nor to the U.S. dollar.

    AE has forecast the dollar's implosion, solving half the problem; but though AE is right to deplore policy's heedless abuse of the dollar, I remain unpersuaded of the prospect of implosion.

    And even if AE is right and I am wrong, there are still the nukes.

    Forget separation. Autonomy might be feasible but that's weak water. Unfortunately, you have no good option left other than [i] to wait for the present, anti-white arrangement of forces to shift and then [ii] to exploit a favorable, as-yet-unforeseen opportunity to take control of the entire country from Washington, D.C.

    And if you think that the opportunity will never arrive, you might be right. Such is the lesson of Job. Welcome to the fallen world.

    Replies: @Talha, @The Alarmist, @dfordoom

    , @Nodwink
    @WorkingClass

    Separation of what?

    Replies: @WorkingClass

    , @Fr. John
    @WorkingClass

    Correct. Two scenarios, both of them evil.

    1) War - against a usurpations regime illegally elected - in order to remove [as a 'final solution'] every last Marxist, Sodomite, Feminist, and non-White, along with all the Traitorous white fifth columnists, who aided and abetted 'enemies foreign and domestic.'

    2) Secession of White Heartland America( and much of the non-urban centers of Wash, Ore, and CAL.]. - and War being declared: BY the same usurpations regime illegally elected to enshrine, as a 'final solution' every last Marxist, Sodomite, Feminist, and non-White fifth columnist.

    Either way, Biden is at fault.

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @WorkingClass

    This is a good point. Court's refusal to look at evidence of election fraud signals open season for next time.

  4. “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it!”

    So said Upton Sinclair upon losing his election to be Governor of California. In the case of the 2020 election the alleged outcome has created an incentive for millions to believe it was a fair and accurate vote and no incentive to claim otherwise.

    It is statistically improbable that a handful of heavily black and Democrat run cities in key swing states turned out more votes for a man who barely campaigned for the office than Barack Obama could get while on a national basis Trump did better among blacks in 2020 than 2016.

  5. @WorkingClass
    The election was rigged. The courts were afraid to look at the evidence. I see nothing to prevent the rigging of the next election. Yet everybody seems to continue talking about electoral politics. Separation is the ONLY way forward Y'all.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Nodwink, @Fr. John, @Chrisnonymous

    Separation is the ONLY way forward Y’all.

    No, I don’t think that it is.

    Listen to . Separation won’t work. It has no answer to the U.S. nuclear arsenal, nor to the U.S. dollar.

    AE has forecast the dollar’s implosion, solving half the problem; but though AE is right to deplore policy’s heedless abuse of the dollar, I remain unpersuaded of the prospect of implosion.

    And even if AE is right and I am wrong, there are still the nukes.

    Forget separation. Autonomy might be feasible but that’s weak water. Unfortunately, you have no good option left other than [i] to wait for the present, anti-white arrangement of forces to shift and then [ii] to exploit a favorable, as-yet-unforeseen opportunity to take control of the entire country from Washington, D.C.

    And if you think that the opportunity will never arrive, you might be right. Such is the lesson of Job. Welcome to the fallen world.

    • Agree: iffen
    • Replies: @Talha
    @V. K. Ovelund


    And if you think that the opportunity will never arrive, you might be right.
     
    Whites in 2020!:
    https://ih1.redbubble.net/image.204321340.5530/fposter,small,wall_texture,product,750x1000.u2.jpg

    Whites in 2040...?:
    https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1320/3823/products/nd_800x.jpeg

    Peace.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund

    , @The Alarmist
    @V. K. Ovelund


    Forget separation. Autonomy might be feasible but that’s weak water.
     
    Separation is not an option because they wouldn’t have anyone to pay the freight for the Free-Shit Army. The nukes are a side show.
    , @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund

    Listen to @dfordoom. Separation won’t work. It has no answer to the U.S. nuclear arsenal, nor to the U.S. dollar.

    Don't get me wrong. I would love to see separation. I would love to see the US broken up into a dozen medium-sized states. It would be very good for Americans and very good for the rest of the world.

    But at the moment it's an impossible dream.

    Of course that could change. Black Swan events do occur. COVID came from completely out of the blue and changed everything. The one thing that we can be sure of is the unexpected events will occur.

    At the moment the sane approach seems to be a wait and see approach. Nobody knows if the vaccine will work well enough to end lockdowns. Nobody knows if the real economy (as distinct from the bubble economy) will bounce back. Nobody knows if Joe Biden will get the US embroiled in another nightmarish quagmire like the Vietnam War. Nobody can predict just how much anger and resentment his neo-liberal economic policies will create.

    It's possible the Republican Party could implode, or split. It's possible that Trump might create a viable oppositional movement (given Trump's character defects it's unlikely but it's possible).

    At the moment it's difficult to see how anything positive can be achieved so it's probably a good time to keep your head down and wait. Concentrate on survival.

  6. @WorkingClass
    The election was rigged. The courts were afraid to look at the evidence. I see nothing to prevent the rigging of the next election. Yet everybody seems to continue talking about electoral politics. Separation is the ONLY way forward Y'all.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Nodwink, @Fr. John, @Chrisnonymous

    Separation of what?

    • Replies: @WorkingClass
    @Nodwink

    Sorry. Separation of normies from woke jurisdictions.

  7. This uncertain view of the the outcome will probably grow as Biden’s increasing mental decline is harder and harder to keep from public view and/or when he steps down for Harris.

    • Disagree: Supply and Demand
  8. @WorkingClass
    The election was rigged. The courts were afraid to look at the evidence. I see nothing to prevent the rigging of the next election. Yet everybody seems to continue talking about electoral politics. Separation is the ONLY way forward Y'all.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Nodwink, @Fr. John, @Chrisnonymous

    Correct. Two scenarios, both of them evil.

    1) War – against a usurpations regime illegally elected – in order to remove [as a ‘final solution’] every last Marxist, Sodomite, Feminist, and non-White, along with all the Traitorous white fifth columnists, who aided and abetted ‘enemies foreign and domestic.’

    2) Secession of White Heartland America( and much of the non-urban centers of Wash, Ore, and CAL.]. – and War being declared: BY the same usurpations regime illegally elected to enshrine, as a ‘final solution’ every last Marxist, Sodomite, Feminist, and non-White fifth columnist.

    Either way, Biden is at fault.

  9. @Nodwink
    @WorkingClass

    Separation of what?

    Replies: @WorkingClass

    Sorry. Separation of normies from woke jurisdictions.

  10. Oliver D. Smith says:

    Trump should never have been elected in 2016 if you talk about democracy – he lost the popular vote. Democracy doesn’t make sense if you elect someone who gets millions less votes than another candidate. In terms of the House of Representatives and the Senate – they should change the voting system to proportional representation – the same thing needs to happen in UK to House of Commons and House of Lords. The only party right now talking about changing the voting system to PR is Reform UK – a policy that has significant support among the electorate (44%):
    https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics/trackers/should-we-change-our-current-british-voting-system

    • Replies: @anon
    @Oliver D. Smith

    Trump should never have been elected in 2016 if you talk about democracy

    "Democracy" is two wolves and one sheep discussing what to have for lunch.

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Oliver D. Smith

    "A democracy, if you can keep it..."
    -words never uttered by Benjamin Franklin

  11. @V. K. Ovelund
    @WorkingClass


    Separation is the ONLY way forward Y’all.
     
    No, I don't think that it is.

    Listen to @dfordoom. Separation won't work. It has no answer to the U.S. nuclear arsenal, nor to the U.S. dollar.

    AE has forecast the dollar's implosion, solving half the problem; but though AE is right to deplore policy's heedless abuse of the dollar, I remain unpersuaded of the prospect of implosion.

    And even if AE is right and I am wrong, there are still the nukes.

    Forget separation. Autonomy might be feasible but that's weak water. Unfortunately, you have no good option left other than [i] to wait for the present, anti-white arrangement of forces to shift and then [ii] to exploit a favorable, as-yet-unforeseen opportunity to take control of the entire country from Washington, D.C.

    And if you think that the opportunity will never arrive, you might be right. Such is the lesson of Job. Welcome to the fallen world.

    Replies: @Talha, @The Alarmist, @dfordoom

    And if you think that the opportunity will never arrive, you might be right.

    Whites in 2020!:

    Whites in 2040…?:

    Peace.

    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
    @Talha

    Come, Talha, you're better than that.

    Replies: @Talha

  12. @Talha
    @V. K. Ovelund


    And if you think that the opportunity will never arrive, you might be right.
     
    Whites in 2020!:
    https://ih1.redbubble.net/image.204321340.5530/fposter,small,wall_texture,product,750x1000.u2.jpg

    Whites in 2040...?:
    https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1320/3823/products/nd_800x.jpeg

    Peace.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund

    Come, Talha, you’re better than that.

    • Replies: @Talha
    @V. K. Ovelund

    Just a bit of jest, my man. I didn’t mean much by it. But I love that movie, so I took another opportunity to make a reference.

    Peace.

  13. @Oliver D. Smith
    Trump should never have been elected in 2016 if you talk about democracy - he lost the popular vote. Democracy doesn't make sense if you elect someone who gets millions less votes than another candidate. In terms of the House of Representatives and the Senate - they should change the voting system to proportional representation - the same thing needs to happen in UK to House of Commons and House of Lords. The only party right now talking about changing the voting system to PR is Reform UK - a policy that has significant support among the electorate (44%):
    https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics/trackers/should-we-change-our-current-british-voting-system

    Replies: @anon, @Chrisnonymous

    Trump should never have been elected in 2016 if you talk about democracy

    “Democracy” is two wolves and one sheep discussing what to have for lunch.

  14. @V. K. Ovelund
    @WorkingClass


    Separation is the ONLY way forward Y’all.
     
    No, I don't think that it is.

    Listen to @dfordoom. Separation won't work. It has no answer to the U.S. nuclear arsenal, nor to the U.S. dollar.

    AE has forecast the dollar's implosion, solving half the problem; but though AE is right to deplore policy's heedless abuse of the dollar, I remain unpersuaded of the prospect of implosion.

    And even if AE is right and I am wrong, there are still the nukes.

    Forget separation. Autonomy might be feasible but that's weak water. Unfortunately, you have no good option left other than [i] to wait for the present, anti-white arrangement of forces to shift and then [ii] to exploit a favorable, as-yet-unforeseen opportunity to take control of the entire country from Washington, D.C.

    And if you think that the opportunity will never arrive, you might be right. Such is the lesson of Job. Welcome to the fallen world.

    Replies: @Talha, @The Alarmist, @dfordoom

    Forget separation. Autonomy might be feasible but that’s weak water.

    Separation is not an option because they wouldn’t have anyone to pay the freight for the Free-Shit Army. The nukes are a side show.

  15. Barring whites with no degree from voting seems like the logical way forward. Alternatively, an IQ test that requires a score above 100 would sort out all of the racial undesirables and white dysgenic “election truthers”.

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
    @Supply and Demand

    If you're going to advocate going down that route, it would make sense to have a much higher cognitive hurdle.

    I would suggest PIAAC Level V, which requires that people be able to


    "search for and integrate information across multiple, dense texts; construct syntheses of similar and contrasting ideas or points of view; or evaluate evidence based arguments. [The questions] often require respondents to be aware of subtle, rhetorical cues and to make high-level inferences or use specialised background knowledge."
     
    To put this in context: less than 1% of people who take the PIAAC test, achieve Level V competency in a single PIAAC domain (one of literacy, numeracy or problem-solving).

    If PIAAC literacy mapped directly to IQ, a PIAAC Level V would map broadly to an IQ of 136.

    BUT... there also has to be a numeracy requirement.

    Again, I would think PIAAC Level V is required: such individuals can


    understand complex representations, and abstract and formal mathematical and statistical ideas, sometimes embedded in complex texts. They can integrate several types of mathematical information where considerable translation or interpretation is required; draw inferences; develop or work with mathematical arguments or models; and justify, evaluate and critically reflect upon solutions or choices.
     
    While 'g' arguments might work, there's no guarantee that a person who scores at Level V for literacy, has the numeracy required to understand the long-term financial consequences of a single, basic, government policy - particularly when there is uncertainty as to the forecast costs and benefits (and the temporal and social distribution of those costs and benefits), never mind the low likelihood that the political aspirant keeps to their word.

    So ideally, the franchise should require both Level V literacy and Level V numeracy.

    So then you're talking about some subset of the 0.7% of people who scored Level V for literacy. Let's be generous and say that it's about 0.5% of the adult population.

    And let's be absolutely clear: if everyone apart from those multi-domain 'Fives' is deprived of the franchise, they are under no obligation to obey - to pay taxes, or to hew to the whim of the political class - unless they consent to be bound (and they ought to be able to withdraw their consent at any time).

    By all means, have political cadre-selection restricted to those who have the cognitive wherewithal to properly discriminate... so long as the resultant system is basically a subscription service.

  16. @V. K. Ovelund
    @Talha

    Come, Talha, you're better than that.

    Replies: @Talha

    Just a bit of jest, my man. I didn’t mean much by it. But I love that movie, so I took another opportunity to make a reference.

    Peace.

  17. @Altai
    The point is, if Trump had won, you'd get the same result with shifted demographics. The campaign to delegitimise the 2016 election has had catastrophic and totally predictable results. To them Biden won by 100% because all 'Trump voters' (Even when he was engaged in massive war crimes I don't recall much enmity being throw at 'Bush voters') votes are illegitimate to them.

    If you say for 4 years 'We gunna git 'im' then it doesn't matter what you say, people will simply believe if the election was close enough, that you stole it, because in essence the election is just the last step in a coup that started in 2016. They'll believe because you signaled to them over 4 years you were willing and able to do it.

    Conversely if Biden had lost you'd better believe that they would have done all the same stuff Trump did, in fact, it was their plan.

    So people can debate the evidence or no of election fraud, it doesn't matter it really doesn't, the vast majority of people if any, have the direct experience and knowledge to fully say if it is so or not. You've reached a point where bias is so rampant and expected that you can't trust anyone. It's all a matter of taking experts at different levels at their words and things like 'cancel culture doesn't exist' becoming mantras of the educated elite don't help. The question isn't did they steal the election, the question is, if they had to, would they? And the answer concluded by Trump voters is yes and under such circumstances people can no longer accept the legitimacy of American democracy.

    The hysteria over Trump had already done that for half the country, the 4 year long coup against Trump (Complete with an attempt to impeach him a second time after he has left office) has now done it for the other half.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    This comment dovetails nicely with Ron Unz’s essay on “the stolen election,” which I would send to people if I could tell anyone I read Unz Review!

  18. @WorkingClass
    The election was rigged. The courts were afraid to look at the evidence. I see nothing to prevent the rigging of the next election. Yet everybody seems to continue talking about electoral politics. Separation is the ONLY way forward Y'all.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Nodwink, @Fr. John, @Chrisnonymous

    This is a good point. Court’s refusal to look at evidence of election fraud signals open season for next time.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  19. @Oliver D. Smith
    Trump should never have been elected in 2016 if you talk about democracy - he lost the popular vote. Democracy doesn't make sense if you elect someone who gets millions less votes than another candidate. In terms of the House of Representatives and the Senate - they should change the voting system to proportional representation - the same thing needs to happen in UK to House of Commons and House of Lords. The only party right now talking about changing the voting system to PR is Reform UK - a policy that has significant support among the electorate (44%):
    https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics/trackers/should-we-change-our-current-british-voting-system

    Replies: @anon, @Chrisnonymous

    “A democracy, if you can keep it…”
    -words never uttered by Benjamin Franklin

  20. Democracy died in the fraud. It was always a Jew scam.
    Everything is nowadays. The Zionists are on a downward slope.

    Everything is coming against them. )))They((( are in an echochamber.
    The Lugenpresse has zero credibility now…

    Their own “pets” will slaughter them. In due time.
    They will slit their own throats as they are overrun.

    White people are learning to take their own side and remove otherkins.
    A lesson they will take to heart from now on.

    The only constant is change. The winds of change are blowing in.
    Everything will change from here on in. NOTHING can stop it.

    The Zionist Empire is about to FALL. Babylon has fallen.
    It will not ever get back up.

    A New Order is taking shape. Deny your eyes or clap up your ears.
    It matters not a whit. Change is HERE.

  21. @V. K. Ovelund
    @WorkingClass


    Separation is the ONLY way forward Y’all.
     
    No, I don't think that it is.

    Listen to @dfordoom. Separation won't work. It has no answer to the U.S. nuclear arsenal, nor to the U.S. dollar.

    AE has forecast the dollar's implosion, solving half the problem; but though AE is right to deplore policy's heedless abuse of the dollar, I remain unpersuaded of the prospect of implosion.

    And even if AE is right and I am wrong, there are still the nukes.

    Forget separation. Autonomy might be feasible but that's weak water. Unfortunately, you have no good option left other than [i] to wait for the present, anti-white arrangement of forces to shift and then [ii] to exploit a favorable, as-yet-unforeseen opportunity to take control of the entire country from Washington, D.C.

    And if you think that the opportunity will never arrive, you might be right. Such is the lesson of Job. Welcome to the fallen world.

    Replies: @Talha, @The Alarmist, @dfordoom

    Listen to . Separation won’t work. It has no answer to the U.S. nuclear arsenal, nor to the U.S. dollar.

    Don’t get me wrong. I would love to see separation. I would love to see the US broken up into a dozen medium-sized states. It would be very good for Americans and very good for the rest of the world.

    But at the moment it’s an impossible dream.

    Of course that could change. Black Swan events do occur. COVID came from completely out of the blue and changed everything. The one thing that we can be sure of is the unexpected events will occur.

    At the moment the sane approach seems to be a wait and see approach. Nobody knows if the vaccine will work well enough to end lockdowns. Nobody knows if the real economy (as distinct from the bubble economy) will bounce back. Nobody knows if Joe Biden will get the US embroiled in another nightmarish quagmire like the Vietnam War. Nobody can predict just how much anger and resentment his neo-liberal economic policies will create.

    It’s possible the Republican Party could implode, or split. It’s possible that Trump might create a viable oppositional movement (given Trump’s character defects it’s unlikely but it’s possible).

    At the moment it’s difficult to see how anything positive can be achieved so it’s probably a good time to keep your head down and wait. Concentrate on survival.

  22. @Supply and Demand
    Barring whites with no degree from voting seems like the logical way forward. Alternatively, an IQ test that requires a score above 100 would sort out all of the racial undesirables and white dysgenic "election truthers".

    Replies: @Kratoklastes

    If you’re going to advocate going down that route, it would make sense to have a much higher cognitive hurdle.

    I would suggest PIAAC Level V, which requires that people be able to

    “search for and integrate information across multiple, dense texts; construct syntheses of similar and contrasting ideas or points of view; or evaluate evidence based arguments. [The questions] often require respondents to be aware of subtle, rhetorical cues and to make high-level inferences or use specialised background knowledge.”

    To put this in context: less than 1% of people who take the PIAAC test, achieve Level V competency in a single PIAAC domain (one of literacy, numeracy or problem-solving).

    If PIAAC literacy mapped directly to IQ, a PIAAC Level V would map broadly to an IQ of 136.

    BUT… there also has to be a numeracy requirement.

    Again, I would think PIAAC Level V is required: such individuals can

    understand complex representations, and abstract and formal mathematical and statistical ideas, sometimes embedded in complex texts. They can integrate several types of mathematical information where considerable translation or interpretation is required; draw inferences; develop or work with mathematical arguments or models; and justify, evaluate and critically reflect upon solutions or choices.

    While ‘g’ arguments might work, there’s no guarantee that a person who scores at Level V for literacy, has the numeracy required to understand the long-term financial consequences of a single, basic, government policy – particularly when there is uncertainty as to the forecast costs and benefits (and the temporal and social distribution of those costs and benefits), never mind the low likelihood that the political aspirant keeps to their word.

    So ideally, the franchise should require both Level V literacy and Level V numeracy.

    So then you’re talking about some subset of the 0.7% of people who scored Level V for literacy. Let’s be generous and say that it’s about 0.5% of the adult population.

    And let’s be absolutely clear: if everyone apart from those multi-domain ‘Fives‘ is deprived of the franchise, they are under no obligation to obey – to pay taxes, or to hew to the whim of the political class – unless they consent to be bound (and they ought to be able to withdraw their consent at any time).

    By all means, have political cadre-selection restricted to those who have the cognitive wherewithal to properly discriminate… so long as the resultant system is basically a subscription service.

    • Agree: Boomthorkell
  23. The “election” turned out the way that the people who run these no longer united states wanted it to turn out. That crew has been running the theater we pretend to revere as “The Voice of the People” for a long time. They used to care enough about the tender sensibilities of the sheeple that they worked pretty hard to pretend that it was not all a naked scam. They don’t any longer care what the sheeple think. I wouldn’t either if I were them. Sad to say I grow more contemptuous of masked, herded steeple I see in the street every day.

    The people running things think, are sure, that they have succeeded in all the decades of prep work, and can now stop wasting all the resources and effort on phony politics and pretensions of honesty or humility. We are moving (with the acquiescence of more than 50% of the old usa) into a soft but pure power tyranny. They will drop the soft shit as soon as they are sure they can pull off the population reduction plans without interruption. That won’t be tomorrow, but it won’t be too soon. With the last vestiges of a patriotic Army put under the command of complete degenerates, there will be nothing to stop next move. The cops are already there.

    Most people are ok with this. As long as that smart phone is on, Netflix is on call, and another shimmy is in the offing, the majority of people will sit still while the building is packed with explosives, wired, and brought down right on their heads.

    Good luck.

  24. The opposition party (Democrats) paid for, organized and sponsored riots across the country for 6 months leading up to the election to destabilize the country. They did this with the complicity and assistance of local, state and federal law enforcement. The Executive Branch was in near open rebellion against the President.
    That in itself makes it a rigged election.

  25. The more the dying system tightens its grip, the more people simply slip through their fingers.
    Censorship is a sign of weakness not strength.

    The system has lost its credibility, and doesn’t have the ability to use force.
    Its outnumbered and outgunned.

    The weakness of the dying Zionist Empire will be seen soon.
    Iran, Russia and China are now going to do as they wilt.

    The Zionists cannot pursue force with its decadent and weak “diversity”.
    Its going to start losing all over the World.

    Myamar just had a coup to overthrow a Globullist Stooge.
    Its sending shivers down the decrepit weak spines of the Zionists.

    The End is HERE. The Fall is NEAR. All they have is FEAR.
    The Zionist Terror is about to Die in a Fire.

    A New Order will rise from the ashes of Babylon.
    Babylon will FALL. So it has been written, so it shall be done.

    Babylon is the LOSER. Always has been. Those in it are DOOMED.
    Babylon was made to LOSE. It was made to implode.
    SACRIFICES MUST BE MADE FOR THE NEW WORLD ORDER.

  26. @res
    I find that Republican number surprising given the response of the mainstream GOP. That seems like a major fault line to watch.

    I have trouble understanding how Democrats would come in at 93% with blacks at 76%. Is that just a matter of blacks not being on board with the script and giving an honest opinion, or what?

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone

    Black Democrats are always the least “on board” with the Democrat message. White Democrats are all Woke-compliant on everything. Blacks not so much.

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