late wrote:Between what Trump has said, and what he has done, Trump has made it clear he plans on stealing the election, never more so than today.
Basically, voters think progressives are assholes, and they aren't going to vote for Biden. It's frankly just that simple. Even blacks are waking up to the fact that it's Democrats that are the ones who are shooting them, putting them in jail, etc.
Beren wrote:As long as it's about lawyers and classic voting fraud, Trump will stand firm, however, thank god he's a coward, so he's going to fold as soon as he sees the people rise up against him, in Washington D.C. especially. At the end we'll see him getting evacuated live on tv.
As he swept out demonstrators in front of the White House? Get real. The Democrats are losing. Joe Biden has dementia. He obviously can't do the job. He isn't even campaigning much. He doesn't take questions from reporters. The difference between a Trump rally and a Biden press conference is like night and day.
late wrote:And what if he surrounds the White House with his paramilitary, and uses them to arrest Dems in Congress?
Look, the Democrats are going to lose, because their ideas are unpopular. Their collateral attacks on Trump's personality are not policy positions. They have had four years to course correct, and instead they've gone of the deep end and promised free health care to illegal aliens, promised to ban the most popular rifle in the US, banned people from going to church, set fire to major cities, etc. It's frankly nuts that you would even expect that Biden would win.
late wrote:The military can't act, and I don't think the DC police will start a shooting war.
Seriously, what will stop him.
Democrats are not going to win the election. They just aren't. You can't stop him, because a majority of the people around the country disagree with you.
late wrote:During the election campaign, one often heard the argument that institutions of American democracy are strong enough to withstand attack by Trump. A year ago, I pointed out that many of these institutions are not enshrined in law—rather, they exist as norms—and even those that are enshrined in law depend for their continued survival on the good faith of all actors.
They've been assaulted by the urban Democrat political machine for decades. Yet, still you can't win even when you're cheating at your best. People dislike Progressivism that much.
late wrote:Rule No. 4: Be outraged.
Yeah. How's that working out for you? People will just think you are crazy if you are constantly off your rocker.
late wrote:Rule No. 5: Don’t make compromises.
Yeah. Try getting anything done on any legislation without compromises.
late wrote:Pay attention to the ways in which the Trump Presidency breaks the moral compass.
Oh, because having recreational sex and killing babies because they are inconvenient, allowing riots, and banning people from going to church is moral? Dude. Seriously. Do you realize, most people associate the Democrats with immorality, not morality?
late wrote:Rule No. 6: Remember the future.
You can't remember something that hasn't happened yet.
late wrote: I wrote that the failure to imagine the future—to offer a vision in opposition to Trump’s appeal to an imaginary past—had cost the Democrats the election.
No you didn't. You wrote that 2018 was a blue wave election, and that people had embraced the Democratic party's vision. They have been treated to two years of Nancy Pelosi in power, and they don't like it at all. She's terrible. Democrat governors are even worse. Do you know how many Democrat business owners have lost their businesses, because of Democrat governors? Do you really think they are going to come out and vote for Biden, who promises more lockdowns?
late wrote:We will enter the post-Trump future with decimated federal agencies and a frayed judiciary stacked with Trump appointees.
You have Barack Obama and Harry Reid to blame for that. The filibuster wasn't simply a Jim Crow relic. Obama and Reid didn't understand that, and they are paying a terrible price for their short sightedness.
late wrote:They can't do it until the election is certified, and all of this is to prevent that from happening.
The whole point of trying to re-engineer elections to vote-by-mail is to cheat. Keep the system as it is, and you won't have so many disqualified ballots. It's crazy to put ballots into USPS custody.
Finfinder wrote:Only in a leftist echo chamber is propaganda like Trump "plans to steal the election" more popular than the reality that Democrats cheated on the last election and more than likely like plan to cheat again.
Basically, the pollsters lie to the public until about 6 weeks before the election, and then they start getting closer to the truth so that they can maintain their credibility. Biden isn't sinking in the polls. He was never popular to begin with. He came in fourth place in Iowa and fifth in New Hampshire. Crazy Bernie even beat him in Nevada; yet, all the Democrats, with more delegates than Biden mysteriously dropped out and threw their support to Biden before the South Carolina primary. Biden is not popular. When he had competition in the primaries, he was losing bigly as Trump might say.
Beren wrote:He'll be "asked" to go if he loses the election and then he will.
He's been asked to go when he won the election, and he didn't leave. Trump is a lot of things, but he's not a quitter.
Politics_Observer wrote:Trump is trying to install himself as dictator and if he loses fair and square he is already stated he isn't guaranteeing a peaceful transfer to power.
He's 74. He's going to spend another 4 years in the White House, and then he is going to retire.
Politics_Observer wrote:He'll certainly use this upcoming Supreme Court judge pick to pack the court full of conservative judges who are likely to rule in his favor when he brings suit against legitimate election results which show he lost fair and square (if he loses).
The Supreme Court will only ensure that Democrats follow the written election law and overturn lower court judges who try playing at activism. Nothing else will change.
Politics_Observer wrote:Our republic will be gone and with it probably any last remaining rights we have in all practicality.
At what point in Western Civilization have governments ordered lockdowns and told people to shelter in place for more than 40 days? You know quarantine means 40 days, right? You know you have the right to go to church, don't you? You know that governors are telling people that they can't go to church, right? That's dictatorship. That's violating people's rights, and you guys are championing the very thing you say you are afraid of. It's not that you are against dictatorship. You are just opposed to certain people being the dictators.
Politics_Observer wrote:There seems to be even bigger, more darker days for us here in the U.S. in the near future.
The reality is that Trump is going to win. That's your darker days ahead. Had the Democrats been reflective about why they lost in 2016 instead of inventing one conspiracy theory after another, they might have had a chance. Yet, they have basically trashed their sane party members like Hickenlooper, Bullock and Gabbard, and hung on to intersectionality and every flavor of crazy possible.
Trump supporters are going to his rallies and shouting "We love you!" Face it, you people have thrown everything you can at this guy, and instead of it making him unpopular, it has made him more popular. Progressivism, intersectionality, cancel culture, #MeToo, riots, lockdowns, etc. is just not something that will get people to like you and want to vote for you.
"We have put together the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics."
-- Joe Biden