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Nobody wants to speak about what he did wrong. People are just obsessed with voter fraud.

I know that fraud happened. But i do not think it occurred on a scale that would have made a difference.

This is because the result was predictable because frankly trump and gop strategy has been stupid.

Trump was elected in 2016 by opposing immigration, appealing to manufacturing, and not caring about offending minorities.

He then spent the next four years pandering to minorities. Everything became about 'Lowest black unemployment ever' and 'Based black guy in trump hat'.

You can check the surveys. This meant that trump gained slightly in the minority vote...and very slightly in college educated white vote...but dramatically lost the white vote overall.

Believe it or not...lots of white men in Georgia do not like your based black guy crap. Every 4 years is basically a race war at the voting booth in Georgia. Those people I am sure just stayed home because they were disillusioned with trump.

Meanwhile the few extra minorities who voted trump still lived in minority areas. So they were irrelevant. They were not going to flip their precint. 

If you really think that black people could be inspired to love trump so much that Atlanta could turn red then you have zero understanding of human nature. The illusion of oppression from the gop is literally the only source of self esteem among the majority of black people.

So this is what trump did. He turned off his actual base for the sake of some irrelevant votes that could not matter. If he had simply continued being 'Racist' then he would have won. Instead the GOP tried to attack Biden for racism. 

White people do not have a country or an Naacp or an AIPAC lobby. The only possible sense of collective power many white people have is reduced to responding positively to dog whistles from elected representatives. And believe it or not..black people are not so offended by that. In fact they need it.

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13 minutes ago, PhilipIV said:

Nobody wants to speak about what he did wrong. People are just obsessed with voter fraud.

I know that fraud happened. But i do not think it occurred on a scale that would have made a difference.

This is because the result was predictable because frankly trump and gop strategy has been stupid.

Trump was elected in 2016 by opposing immigration, appealing to manufacturing, and not caring about offending minorities.

He then spent the next four years pandering to minorities. Everything became about 'Lowest black unemployment ever' and 'Based black guy in trump hat'.

You can check the surveys. This meant that trump gained slightly in the minority vote...and very slightly in college educated white vote...but dramatically lost the white vote overall.

Believe it or not...lots of white men in Georgia do not like your based black guy crap. Every 4 years is basically a race war at the voting booth in Georgia. Those people I am sure just stayed home because they were disillusioned with trump.

Meanwhile the few extra minorities who voted trump still lived in minority areas. So they were irrelevant. They were not going to flip their precint. 

If you really think that black people could be inspired to love trump so much that Atlanta could turn red then you have zero understanding of human nature. The illusion of oppression from the gop is literally the only source of self esteem among the majority of black people.

So this is what trump did. He turned off his actual base for the sake of some irrelevant votes that could not matter. If he had simply continued being 'Racist' then he would have won. Instead the GOP tried to attack Biden for racism. 

White people do not have a country or an Naacp or an AIPAC lobby. The only possible sense of collective power many white people have is reduced to responding positively to dog whistles from elected representatives. And believe it or not..black people are not so offended by that. In fact they need it.

A lot more people voted this time than in 2016. Enough to upset the electoral college apple cart

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3 minutes ago, Zaro said:

A lot more people voted this time than in 2016. Enough to upset the electoral college apple cart

In 2016 Hillary was not popular. Almost nobody really liked her. 

 

Meanwhile some people were afraid that trump was going to start throwing people into concentration camps. 

 

I can see why a lot of people would just stay home and wprry about either result.

 

What you are suggesting however is just wrong and impossible. Because political ideology on the usa is highly segregated. There is indeed a 'Trump country's. People who would be willing to vote for trump live in the Same precinct more or less.

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2 minutes ago, PhilipIV said:

In 2016 Hillary was not popular. Almost nobody really liked her. 

 

Meanwhile some people were afraid that trump was going to start throwing people into concentration camps. 

 

I can see why a lot of people would just stay home and wprry about either result.

 

What you are suggesting however is just wrong and impossible. Because political ideology on the usa is highly segregated. There is indeed a 'Trump country's. People who would be willing to vote for trump live in the Same precinct more or less.

The GOP overall did good. Just Trump didn't. People moved on him like a bitch. And the rest is history

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19 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

He hasn't lost, snowflake.   In fact, he seems unusually calm right now.   Like he has 4 aces.

  He's crying in private.

  Bawling like a baby.

  If he had anything relevant he would have said by now or it would have been leaked.

 His silence is very telling and it's wonderful.

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The only reason Trump lost was because of the media and corruption by the left. They never got over the fact that he really won, we've had four great years for America now it's back to fuck America and everyone else first. 

 

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"He then spent the next four years pandering to minorities. Everything became about 'Lowest black unemployment ever' and 'Based black guy in trump hat'." 

 

 

 

Horseshit.....that Idiot doesn't care about any minority, he doesn't even care about the white race, he pandors to the white Idiots. the Uneducated, the Racists

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18 minutes ago, Squatchman said:

  He's crying in private.

  Bawling like a baby.

  If he had anything relevant he would have said by now or it would have been leaked.

 His silence is very telling and it's wonderful.

His silence is his concession speech. And it sounds so good.

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9 minutes ago, TBHWT said:

The only reason Trump lost 

 

Why do you say that?   He hasn't lost.   The electoral college hasn't even met.   Congress hasn't blessed the result.   The counts aren't done.   And the Supreme Court is still out there waiting just judge if this election was rigged.   It doesn't matter one iota what the MSM is saying at this point.   Their words are nothing but propaganda at this point.   In fact, they almost seem desperate to get Trump to concede.   Perhaps they have a tingle up their collective legs regarding what's coming.   The Kraken ... :lol:

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12 minutes ago, Zaro said:

Media blackout

 

That's just going to make their FEC fines bigger, child.   They've gone all in and when they lose, we should bankrupt them with fines.  Charge them under the RICO statutes.  By the way, how was it in the tent last night?   Cold?  Wet?   Did the bum next door keep you awake?

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"Recent administrations with the MOST criminal indictments: 

 

Trump (Republican) — 215

 

Nixon (Republican) — 76

 

Reagan (Republican) — 26

 

"Recent administrations with the LEAST criminal indictments: 

 

Obama (Democrat) — 0

 

Carter (Democrat) — 1

 

Clinton (Democrat) — 2

 

"Notice a pattern?"

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