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posted ago by PoopyPatriot1983 ago by PoopyPatriot1983 +169 / -0

3 people that are all Trump supporters and patriots, none of them had heard about it. Try to tell just 3 people that will listen, forget NPC's for now, just get the word out to patriots! Not enough people know.

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escapefromearth 14 points ago +14 / -0

I tried doing that and found that moral is so low that they were too pessimistic to give it a chance, we are running out of time.

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Taffy333 8 points ago +8 / -0

I've seen that, too, and people have become more despondent in the past few weeks, including people who used to be staunch Trump supporters now being fed up with him. My observations come from commenting sites, and the people most affected are those living in blue areas where the mask mandates are going back into effect. Their emotional states appear to be bordering on hopeless.

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DontAsk 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yep, I'm one of those. Mask mandates are back and EVERYONE is complying. The only saving grace is that no one says anything about me being maskless (last time around I was afraid of how enraged they would get.) And now our "health district" is talking about shut downs again.

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Taffy333 3 points ago +3 / -0

But you're here, which tells me you have insight and understanding the other people I'm talking about don't. Part of the problem is that they expected Trump to save us and when he didn't do it in accordance with their expectations, they concluded we're just screwed. They're still stuck in the old paradigm of how things work, and the most they seem to be able to do as they watch it all crumble is say WTF. Some of these people I know from years of posting with them and early on I tried to show them that there seems to be a process in play to get us out of this mess. They simply could not/would not take in that information.

Best wishes for you in your situation.

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DontAsk 3 points ago +3 / -0

Oh I believe we are screwed. I'm just grumpy and won't go down without a fight no matter how passive a fight (defying the mask mandate, attending unmask our children protests, etc.)

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SaveAmerica2021 2 points ago +2 / -0

agree and concur

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SaveAmerica2021 2 points ago +2 / -0

True , it is weird how IM seeing this attitude spread in my online communities AND IRL

I try to keep people hyped with good news but I can feel it draining

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PoopyPatriot1983 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks. Please don't stop

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BoatingAccident 1 point ago +1 / -0

This. I told my boss about the AZ audits in June and he was like "oh they're doing an audit? " and I was like "Yeah hopefully this helps uncover the election fraud" and he's like "meh we are all fucked anyways, nothing will ever be done with any evidence when SCOTUS isn't willing to look".

The end.

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Hopiumaddict 4 points ago +4 / -0

Found the same thing.. no one I’ve spoken to knows anything about the symposium. Mile offered 5 million to discredit his data and crickets!! People are so brainwashed it’s scary.

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PoopyPatriot1983 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Keep at it, your right they're brainwashed, but deprogramming isn't going to be done in 1 day, if they're stuck in their ways just move on, or talk about something else with them.

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Warren_Puffitt 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have 3 acquaintances whom, like me are all retired Navy Veterans who were all fervent Trump supporters full of MAGA spirit. On the day after the election, the other 3 straight-up abandoned any hope, and went on with their lives. I make an effort to share pertinent information from here and other conservative sources with the right message with them, including pumping the Cyber Symposium to them, starting out with the brief video that Mike Lindell is repeating throughout the event. 1 out of those 3 guys actually responded to that with, "I dont disagree with that but when will anybody stop talking and doing something to fix it?" It is fucking sad to me that that response was the strongest...the only response from any of them. Also, I am almost certain that none of them have bothered to look at the program. They have given up any hope.

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BoatingAccident 5 points ago +5 / -0

I think we don't need to tell patriots about the symposium. The ones who are red pilled already know and the black pilled ones will easily become red pilled once action is taken. They don't need to know about the day to day. They are on our side and ready to be motivated once they see something happen like an arrest or whatever. They need no convincing other than that.

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Warren_Puffitt 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wish I shared your optimism. The silence I hear in response to all of my effort is most discouraging. I also hold these guys in very high regard, but their apparent apathy is something that's very hard for me to reconcile.

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rupedoggydawg 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is what I'm experiencing. Those I got to listen are now uninterested or defeated. Hell after Lindell's big flop on day one I feel defeated. I've fought for what I've seen all around me way before Q came around. The movement gave me hope and energy because I saw many more people who thought like me who were just afraid to use their voice. Once they started using their voice, social media made them pay. Now everyone is too beat down, too afraid to lose everything, too scared of retaliation. I refuse to believe that God has forsaken us, but I'm afraid that he will have to allow something awful to happen for people to turn that fear and apathy to shear anger and purpose. What will it take?

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Taffy333 2 points ago +2 / -0

Apathy is a byproduct of hopelessness. As with the poster you responded to, I believe what many of these folks need to see is something significant and concrete that indicates things are turning around. Then they'll begin to hope again, and the apathy will dissipate.

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PoopyPatriot1983 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Bannon always say 1/3 of the country supported the revolution, 1/3 was indifferent and 1/3 wanted to stay with England... but only 3% fought in the war.

A rough estimate of your numbers there validate that. Listen the media is beating down on these people daily, we need to think of a way to counter that without coming off as annoying or as loons. My way is to state obvious things in the store loud enough for people to hear (without shouting) while I'm talking to friends. Things like "guys I heard the variant thats coming out tomorrow is supposed to be even scarier than the one that came out yesterday" or "the (insert media) hates us, I looked into the editor in chief of our local newspaper and it turns our he was shipped here from a big city, I looked into his tweets and he hates us and thinks he's better than us".

Sometimes I get scowls, sometimes people approach me and say they've noticed the same thing. It's important for people to know they're not alone, and these are stories they'll go tell friends and family to validate their beliefs.

What we need to do is shift the mainstream narrative, I hate to be mean but there are some people that just believe whatever is popular at the time, we just need to keep moving the needle one person at a time, and we're running out of time. Also keep a good and positive attitude people gravitate towards positivity, smile laugh, and try not to directly insult people, because they'll never switch camps of you do. Things like "I believed everything until I found out..."

I've never seen war, but I'm willing to do anything to make sure we don't have to, if I took a step and looked at the big picture this is what I would do.

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Warren_Puffitt 1 point ago +1 / -0

coming off as annoying or as loons.

This, in my mind is what I am to these friends. But I dont stop sharing. None of them has told me to my face that I am following what I believe they think is a lost cause formed by my disappointment from the election.

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PoopyPatriot1983 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've had friends approach me after years and say "how did you know? You were right about everything" and now they're calling me a conspiracy theorist behind my back again. Man, ya just gotta keep at it.

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proverbs29_16 3 points ago +3 / -0

I spread as far and wide as able and they did also, many had not heard of it and many where thankful. There were those so deep into a sleep of MSM that they are truly lost at this point.

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Pbman 1 point ago +1 / -0

We can make a difference, when the Vax came out I shit talked it before the morning meeting everyday loudly so everyone could hear. Almost no one got the Vax on that crew, another crew down the line had 2/3 or more vaxed.

People on the sidelines are listening,even if you don't talk directly to them.