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Paul, this is disgusting. Do I loathe Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell and others? Of course I do. Do I wish someone would "gun them down"? Of course not. This sort of macho behavior is what permeates

To piggyback on that, Mike...  

The level of patriotism in the US has never sat right with me. Demanding that everyone stand for the anthem or place hand on heart for the pledge, at every sport event, school event, political event,

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Daughter who is at uni studying psychology, actually her course is much more than that; she's in her mid-thirties and has doctorates and degrees coming out of her ears, far to complex for me to understand most of what she does, but yesterday she told me about The Dunning-Kruger Effect. I'd never heard of it but it defines Trump.

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Is Obama’s criticism of Trump playing into Trump’s hands, or do Americans still hold Obama in high enough esteem to listen to, and act on his condemnation of Trump. 
Personally I don’t and I fear that Obama’s attack could have the opposite effect, and rally the undecided into Trump’s corner. 
Also it gives the impression that Biden can’t fight his own battles, which won’t go down to well with the majority of Americans who like a fighter. 

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26 minutes ago, Bailey said:

Are any of you Yanks worried Biden won't get over the line? I have heard some of his speeches recently and he lets out some whoppers. 

How one of them is President and the other is his only challenger boggles me and I thought Boris v Corbyn was bad enough.

Did you see the speech last night by the kid with a stutter?  Said he met Biden at a campain rally and told him about his stutter.  Biden talked with him about his own stutter issues and gave him tips on how to overcome it via practicing speech and marking up his speeches is to help him.  the kid gave a speech at the Democratic National Convention and talked about this.  You can say what you want about Biden but he has a heart and is a genuine working class politician who's been a senator for decades upon decades.  he knows how washington works and how to get it done.  he isn't best buds with a bunch of nutjob extremists like trump is either.  heck even wall street is behind him just because they know where he stands on economic policy and it's not the rollercoaster trump is.

 

i hope and pray he gets over the line, trump is becoming more gnarly everyday.  i'm only worried about what other audibles Trump will try and pull to hold onto power.  Messing with the Postal service is the first one, hopefully they get that fixed.

1 minute ago, Palfy said:

Is Obama’s criticism of Trump playing into Trump’s hands, or do Americans still hold Obama in high enough esteem to listen to, and act on his condemnation of Trump. 
Personally I don’t and I fear that Obama’s attack could have the opposite effect, and rally the undecided into Trump’s corner. 
Also it gives the impression that Biden can’t fight his own battles, which won’t go down to well with the majority of Americans who like a fighter. 

Obama haters are all trump lovers so it doesn't matter, basically liberals are ok on him, centrists loved him, republicans and racists hate him.  his attack will disappear in 2 hours because trump will do something stupid/insane and it will take over the media s

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1 minute ago, markjazzbassist said:

Did you see the speech last night by the kid with a stutter?  Said he met Biden at a campain rally and told him about his stutter.  Biden talked with him about his own stutter issues and gave him tips on how to overcome it via practicing speech and marking up his speeches is to help him.  the kid gave a speech at the Democratic National Convention and talked about this.  You can say what you want about Biden but he has a heart and is a genuine working class politician who's been a senator for decades upon decades.  he knows how washington works and how to get it done.  he isn't best buds with a bunch of nutjob extremists like trump is either.  heck even wall street is behind him just because they know where he stands on economic policy and it's not the rollercoaster trump is.

 

i hope and pray he gets over the line, trump is becoming more gnarly everyday.  i'm only worried about what other audibles Trump will try and pull to hold onto power.  Messing with the Postal service is the first one, hopefully they get that fixed.

Obama haters are all trump lovers so it doesn't matter, basically liberals are ok on him, centrists loved him, republicans and racists hate him.  his attack will disappear in 2 hours because trump will do something stupid/insane and it will take over the media s

I agree that left alone Trump will do more damage to himself over day to day events than Obama in someways distracting attention from that, and getting into a feud with Trump which he will thrive off. 

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11 minutes ago, Palfy said:

I agree that left alone Trump will do more damage to himself over day to day events than Obama in someways distracting attention from that, and getting into a feud with Trump which he will thrive off. 

trump is in a feud with everyone.  yesterday he trashed a city near me for not allowing political clothing at the workplace, he tweeted to stop buying their products (they make car tires and the factory employs 3300 union workers).  like i said the obama thing is a nothing over here, no one cares, they've moved onto the next thing.  tomorrow it will be something else.  

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2 hours ago, markjazzbassist said:

Did you see the speech last night by the kid with a stutter?  Said he met Biden at a campain rally and told him about his stutter.  Biden talked with him about his own stutter issues and gave him tips on how to overcome it via practicing speech and marking up his speeches is to help him.  the kid gave a speech at the Democratic National Convention and talked about this.  You can say what you want about Biden but he has a heart and is a genuine working class politician who's been a senator for decades upon decades.  he knows how washington works and how to get it done.  he isn't best buds with a bunch of nutjob extremists like trump is either.  heck even wall street is behind him just because they know where he stands on economic policy and it's not the rollercoaster trump is.

Don't get me wrong Biden is clearly a better candidate than Trump, anyone is. I just can't believe he is the best opposition they could muster. He claimed he would "beat Joe Biden" in one speech / interview.

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13 minutes ago, Bailey said:

Don't get me wrong Biden is clearly a better candidate than Trump, anyone is. I just can't believe he is the best opposition they could muster. He claimed he would "beat Joe Biden" in one speech / interview.

I’m not a massive JB fan but I will give him credit he’s super honest.  To your point he has called himself a “transitional candidate” meaning he understands he could die or need to step down at some point meaning Kamala Harris is the worth a bigger look than one usually gives the VP.  Likely if he wins I don’t think he does a second term.  He’s not a power hungry type of guy, I could totally see him pass it off to her, I’m sure they have already spoken about this too.  He’s 77.

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21 hours ago, MikeO said:

Daughter who is at uni studying psychology, actually her course is much more than that; she's in her mid-thirties and has doctorates and degrees coming out of her ears, far to complex for me to understand most of what she does, but yesterday she told me about The Dunning-Kruger Effect. I'd never heard of it but it defines Trump.

That’s a new one on me, can’t wait for the right moment to use it 😀

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1 hour ago, Cornish Steve said:

Hate to say it, but Trump will win, partly through vote suppression but mostly by leveraging fear. 

And because Biden has no appeal he’s old boring and grey, can’t the Democrats come up with a more energetic and forceful candidate, Trump was there for the taking and when the democrats needed a warrior to go into battle with him, they bring on pipe slippers and rocking chair man 

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Hard times here right now. RBG was a once-in-a-lifetime personality, a hero for women and marginalized people all over this country. I have to say, her death has affected myself and the people around me far greater than any in recent memory. 

I have so many friends who are in those marginalized communities that RBG fought so hard to stand up for, and it's a scary time right now following her death. If the Republicans push through a nominee before the election, a) the hypocrisy will be rather astonishing and b) will potentially harm my friends and family for the rest of our lifetimes. 

I know a lot of our immediate reactions were fear and resignation that we were doomed, but after sitting with this for a bit...that's not how RBG would want her legacy remembered. She was one badass woman and the thing she would want most is for us to stand up and fight. AND VOTE.

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8 hours ago, dunlopp9987 said:

Hard times here right now. RBG was a once-in-a-lifetime personality, a hero for women and marginalized people all over this country. I have to say, her death has affected myself and the people around me far greater than any in recent memory. 

I have so many friends who are in those marginalized communities that RBG fought so hard to stand up for, and it's a scary time right now following her death. If the Republicans push through a nominee before the election, a) the hypocrisy will be rather astonishing and b) will potentially harm my friends and family for the rest of our lifetimes. 

I know a lot of our immediate reactions were fear and resignation that we were doomed, but after sitting with this for a bit...that's not how RBG would want her legacy remembered. She was one badass woman and the thing she would want most is for us to stand up and fight. AND VOTE.

worst timing possible, hopefully some moderate repubs will vote no or block it.  the court could be staunchly republican for decades which would be scary.  back to 1940's era beliefs.

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I don't really understand how the death of a supreme court judge is discribed as the beginning of the end of liberal values and civil liberties in the US.  How fragile is the US constitutional system?  Should an unelected member of the judiciary have such power as to be able to substantially influence policy regarding women's and marginalized communities' rights?

In the UK, the European Court of Justice was often criticized for being a political court, but it's nothing in comparison to the US Supreme Court.  Really strange to watch from this side of the pond.

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1 hour ago, holystove said:

I don't really understand how the death of a supreme court judge is discribed as the beginning of the end of liberal values and civil liberties in the US.  How fragile is the US constitutional system?  Should an unelected member of the judiciary have such power as to be able to substantially influence policy regarding women's and marginalized communities' rights?

In the UK, the European Court of Justice was often criticized for being a political court, but it's nothing in comparison to the US Supreme Court.  Really strange to watch from this side of the pond.

it hasn't happened overnight, trump put in 2 judges (1 of whom replaced a liberal) so before RBG died it was already a conservative court with moderate conservative Chief Justice Roberts being the "swing vote".  With RBG gone, that is a 3rd judge appointed by Trump, even if Roberts went left on a decision the hard righters now outnumber the moderates and liberals, so it's conservative decisions all the way.  If Biden is elected there is a possibility Breyer and Thomas retire during his term, 1 lib 1 conservative.  that would put the court back to it's current state.  Alito is 70, if biden wins 2 terms he could possible be gone too and is a conservative.

 

the real problem is it is an appointment for life, so these judges are greedy and keep it until death and then people get upset when the opposite congress replaces them.  they should simply be term limited or forced to retire at say 70, that would make it less political.  because there would be a lot more incoming/outgoing and it wouldn't lock up the court for long periods of time.  some of them do retire but the majority don't, they let death do it.

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Our American fascist moment is here.  Actually has been here for awhile.

Here’s an article by Matthew MacWilliams, author of On Fascism.  Highly recommended.

https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/09/23/trump-america-authoritarianism-420681

About halfway through, the paragraph that begins, “The political path to galvanize America authoritarianism,” is a concise summary of fascism.

”This [fascist] path reads like the playbook guidingTrump administration and campaign.”

”Trumpism is McCarthyism on steroids, and its full expression menaces the stability of our democracy.  A country where authoritarian ideals are ascendant, and remain ascendant, is no longer a democracy.  It is on the road to fascism, or what some now call, euphemistically, illiberal democracy.”

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Trump and his Republican enablers in Congress and in several “swing-state” legislatures are actively — repeat: actively, not theoretically — planning to subvert the election by denying the legitimacy of hundreds of thousands of ballots.  Planning, right now, as Trump openly said last night, to “get rid of the ballots.”  Trump supporters will support this fascist plan.  And Republicans in Congress will refuse to directly castigate Trump, falling back on vague boilerplate about the sanctity of our elections, thus implying Trump would never do such a thing.  He will.  He is.  Republican election officials will.  They are.

Whatever my own concerns about racist, white nationalist, reactionary populist trends in the Republican Party, I still did not imagine such a moment.  Our fascist moment is here.  Our constitutional democratic republic is in immediate danger.

If Trump is allowed to steal the election, we will descend more deeply into an era — 10 years, 20, longer? — of fascism versus resistance.

 

 

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This is a follow-up to my post last week.  It’s an update re our rapid descent into a constitutional crisis.  There’s a bit of American history here. Hope it doesn’t bore and that, instead, both the brief history commentary and the discussion of the Supreme Court justices is helpful in understanding the specific way Republicans intend to steal the upcoming Presidential election.  That is their fascist intent.

In the pandemic, we in the U.S. are seeing the revenge of American radical individualism — “Nobody can make me wear a mask!”  (You probably have some of that in England and Europe, too.  Sorry if you’ve adopted elements of our extreme individualism and nihilism.)  Absent an overwhelming Biden victory, we should expect Electoral College chaos, in which we should further expect to witness the revenge of the Founding Fathers’ skepticism about democracy.

Distrusting nascent democracy, equating it with “lesser men, licentiousness, and mob rule,” the Founders offered, as one historian put it, “an elitist theory of democracy.”  They intended to “filter” democratic urges, in several ways, through the “best men.”  Under pressure to accommodate new democratic impulses, they wrote a constitution to control those impulses.

Over time, of course, our Constitution has undergone democratization.  But Republican reactionary populism and fascism — convincing large segments of “the people” to undercut their own class interests in favor of culture war triumphalism — relies on minority rule.

Trump and Republican leaders do believe the polls that consistently show Trump will lose if the election proceeds in anything approaching a normal fashion.  They hold out hope that “hidden” Trump voters will emerge, but they don’t count on that.

So Republicans are planning to create a constitutional crisis.  Trump has already been doing that through a variety of incendiary statements.  Republican leaders, now acolytes of Justice Gorsuch’s “originalism” and “textualism,” will be quoting the Constitution’s Article II, Section 1, Paragraph 2: “Each State shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors....”  We have seen no evidence thus far to think Republicans in battleground states will act honorably and democratically.  Because Republicans control, through gerrymandering, the state legislatures in most of the fiercely contested states, even if Biden appears clearly to have won said states, these Republicans will point to “ballot chaos” and appoint an “alternate slate” of electors, pledged to support Trump.

Will the Supreme Court decide the election?  If so, I’d assume right-wingers Thomas, Alito, and Barrett will support fascism.  The 3 liberals will vote to uphold democracy.  That leaves Roberts, Kavanaugh, and Gorsuch, all conservatives.  Justice Gorsuch, “accepting” his own “originalist/textualist” arguments presented by Republican counsel, could easily find that the Founding Fathers empowered state legislatures, not voters, to select the electors to the Electoral College.  How could he not rule according to his own fastidious judicial philosophy?

In that ominous scenario, would Roberts and Kavanaugh uphold democracy?  I suppose Roberts would himself prefer to support democracy, and thus the Biden electors.  But if he knows, as he would, that Kavanaugh intends to support the Trump electors, then Roberts might reluctantly vote with the fascists, as Roberts might prefer a 6-3 to a 5-4 Trump majority.  Would Roberts and/or Kavanaugh prefer any 6-3 [likely Trump] decision to any 5-4 [possibly Biden] decision?  I’ll guess Kavanaugh will be the key.  I’m just guessing.  Who knows what exactly will happen throughout November, what Trump and other fascists will do, what outraged Democrats will say and do.

I hope Trump and I are both misreading the Supreme Court.  As long as I’m hoping, I’ll hope for a 9-0 decision repudiating the fascists’ attempt to overthrow our constitutional democratic republic.  Given the praise among Trump supporters for a “generational conservative Court,” a repudiation (even 7-2) by that conservative Court of an attempted coup would go a long way toward breaking our fascist fever.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

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On 24/09/2020 at 18:47, Palfy said:

We live in a fucked up world mate, and unfortunately we live under the shadow of the two most fucked up Government's in the western world. 
Welcome 🙏 to the pleasure dome. 

Not even close old mate, you live in a country where every politician in the parliament are all varying flavours of milquetoast liberal, the rest of the western world are voting in people with roots in actual fascism and actual nazism

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36130006

We have been living in the most peaceful, prosperous period of human history for the last 85 years and a good part of that has to be attributed to relatively benign US hegemony.

The Dunning-Kreuger effect is a cognitive bias that it's very useful to be aware of but cognitive distortions are probably doing the most damage to our politics right now.

Have a read up on catastrophising and have a cup of tea.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/basics/catastrophizing

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5 hours ago, Chach said:

Not even close old mate, you live in a country where every politician in the parliament are all varying flavours of milquetoast liberal, the rest of the western world are voting in people with roots in actual fascism and actual nazism

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36130006

We have been living in the most peaceful, prosperous period of human history for the last 85 years and a good part of that has to be attributed to relatively benign US hegemony.

The Dunning-Kreuger effect is a cognitive bias that it's very useful to be aware of but cognitive distortions are probably doing the most damage to our politics right now.

Have a read up on catastrophising and have a cup of tea.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/basics/catastrophizing

No you are wrong Trump and Boris are dictators, they sack and use smear tactics against anybody who disagrees with there policies, they aren’t responsible for most of the last 85 years of peace and prosperity. 
Obviously whilst you’ve been away you have been brushing up on your reading, so you have probably been waiting for a while to use catastrophizing theory, but on this occasion you have used it in the wrong context, because others and myself have not been catastrophizing. 

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2 hours ago, dunlopp9987 said:

Trump has covid. One month before the election.

The writers of 2020 are really pulling out all the stops.

Could be a campaign move.  When you're behind in the polls something like this could rally the public behind the leader in a surge of patriotic support.  Johnson got a bump in popularity when he had Covid.

If he does have it, I wish him a speedy recovery.  Old and overweight he is right in the danger zone.  I wish him a crushing defeat in November, not death.

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19 minutes ago, holystove said:

Could be a campaign move.  When you're behind in the polls something like this could rally the public behind the leader in a surge of patriotic support.  Johnson got a bump in popularity when he had Covid.

If he does have it, I wish him a speedy recovery.  Old and overweight he is right in the danger zone.  I wish him a crushing defeat in November, not death.

My immediate rection also.

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4 hours ago, holystove said:

Could be a campaign move.  When you're behind in the polls something like this could rally the public behind the leader in a surge of patriotic support.  Johnson got a bump in popularity when he had Covid.

If he does have it, I wish him a speedy recovery.  Old and overweight he is right in the danger zone.  I wish him a crushing defeat in November, not death.

I’m almost embarrassed to say I didn’t think he’d stoop so low. But now you’ve said it, makes utter sense. 

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6 hours ago, holystove said:

Could be a campaign move.  When you're behind in the polls something like this could rally the public behind the leader in a surge of patriotic support.  Johnson got a bump in popularity when he had Covid.

If he does have it, I wish him a speedy recovery.  Old and overweight he is right in the danger zone.  I wish him a crushing defeat in November, not death.

This was exactly my first thought. When an individual has no regard for truth versus fiction such that everything that comes from his mouth is designed to maximize self-interest, you have to consider whether this announcement falls into the same category. He can win sympathy, with the country uniting around his recovery; he can avoid the remaining debates; he can suddenly emerge healthy to claim it's a scam or that he's discovered the vaccine; he can pressure his opponent to stop campaigning, thereby recovering from his crippling shortage of campaign cash; and so on.

Having said all that, there does appear to be a certain level of panic among West Wing staff and senior party officials who, largely to appease the president, have deliberately avoided wearing masks around him.

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4 hours ago, Cornish Steve said:

There's a conspiracy theory wherever you look. Now some Republicans are claiming that the Democrats managed to infect the president by hiding the coronavirus in his debate microphone.

https://www.newsweek.com/trump-coronavirus-debate-democrats-1535910

So they’re accusing Democrats of treason?! 

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10 hours ago, Cornish Steve said:

There's a conspiracy theory wherever you look. Now some Republicans are claiming that the Democrats managed to infect the president by hiding the coronavirus in his debate microphone.

https://www.newsweek.com/trump-coronavirus-debate-democrats-1535910

It was a fox debTe.  Chris Wallace is fox.  So trump and co would be blaming their propaganda wing for doing it.  
 

there is no depth they won’t stoop to

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On 02/10/2020 at 09:13, holystove said:

Could be a campaign move.  When you're behind in the polls something like this could rally the public behind the leader in a surge of patriotic support.  Johnson got a bump in popularity when he had Covid.

If he does have it, I wish him a speedy recovery.  Old and overweight he is right in the danger zone.  I wish him a crushing defeat in November, not death.

That’s what I thought, but hope I’m wrong not even Trump could sink that low, could he?

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7 minutes ago, Sibdane said:

Tomorrow is the big day. Keeping my fingers crossed that Trump becomes a lame duck. 

With all the anti-Trump stuff online it seems like a forgone conclusion that he's going to lose, but that's what it was like four years ago and he ended up being elected.

I'd be very, very surprised if Biden isn't the winner, but stranger things (ironically surrounding this very subject) have happened before so anything is possible. 

I'm not interested one bit in politics, so whoever is going to help to rebuilt the US economy best following what is a global pandemic gets my nod. 

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11 hours ago, Zoo 2.0 said:

With all the anti-Trump stuff online it seems like a forgone conclusion that he's going to lose, but that's what it was like four years ago and he ended up being elected.

I'd be very, very surprised if Biden isn't the winner, but stranger things (ironically surrounding this very subject) have happened before so anything is possible. 

I'm not interested one bit in politics, so whoever is going to help to rebuilt the US economy best following what is a global pandemic gets my nod. 

I think people are in for a massive shock with this.  I can see a landslide for Trump.  Theres no enthusiasm for Biden its just a matter of anyone but Trump.  Having left wing riots all over the country isn't helping the Dems cause.  His fans love him and wont budge.  On twitter seen plenty of Hillary voters saying they're voting Trump this time.. doesnt carry too much weight mind with the amount of bots out there

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16 hours ago, Sibdane said:

Tomorrow is the big day. Keeping my fingers crossed that Trump becomes a lame duck. 

wish today was the big day, and that we would have an answer by tomorrow. Unfortunately, we're probably not going to know anything for a few days, possibly weeks.

Seeing as how the outcome likely won't be known tonight, I'm more anxious to see how a bunch of these Senate races turn out. Democratic fundraising shattered records this campaign, and if they can take the Senate and retain the House (which is very likely), even if Drumpf is re-elected, he won't be able to get shit done. 

Which sounds just... absolutely lovely to me.

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4 hours ago, dunlopp9987 said:

wish today was the big day, and that we would have an answer by tomorrow. Unfortunately, we're probably not going to know anything for a few days, possibly weeks.

Seeing as how the outcome likely won't be known tonight, I'm more anxious to see how a bunch of these Senate races turn out. Democratic fundraising shattered records this campaign, and if they can take the Senate and retain the House (which is very likely), even if Drumpf is re-elected, he won't be able to get shit done. 

Which sounds just... absolutely lovely to me.

You can imagine the tantrums now if that was to happen. 

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It's uh....it's not looking good. We still might not know by tomorrow, but right now it's looking bleak. And I also don't see the Senate flipping. 

Honestly at this point, how am I shocked by this. We have an openly white supremacist in office, in a country built upon and continuing to further white supremacy. This shouldn't be shocking anymore.

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4 hours ago, dunlopp9987 said:

It's uh....it's not looking good. We still might not know by tomorrow, but right now it's looking bleak. And I also don't see the Senate flipping. 

Honestly at this point, how am I shocked by this. We have an openly white supremacist in office, in a country built upon and continuing to further white supremacy. This shouldn't be shocking anymore.

Currently praying that PA and one of the other swing states currently red will flip to blue. We also have to keep hold of Nevada... but yeah, it's not looking too great. It's also likely that Biden wins the popular vote which makes this even harder to take. 

I could see this coming, but I'm still shocked.

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1 hour ago, Matt said:

I don’t understand why people are shocked. Drumpf has spent 4 years expanding the divide. This was inevitable and I’ll say again what I said before he won the last time; he’ll get 2 terms and try changing things for a 3rd term 

I think people are just shocked that it's come this far rather than the potential result of the election. Issues have escalated rapidly in the last 5-6 years. 

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2 minutes ago, Sibdane said:

I think people are just shocked that it's come this far rather than the potential result of the election. Issues have escalated rapidly in the last 5-6 years. 

They have, by design, which is why I don’t see why people are shocked or surprised 

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