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Mcmurdo32 5 points ago +5 / -0

We are watching a businessman who is also a problem solving engineer, becoming red pilled. The world was "normal" to him until he started looking into it. He started looking into it because he noticed something funky and nonsensical in the way he and others around him were being treated. Oh yes, and he has enough money to take on the elites who are cuasing the problems.

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Mcmurdo32 1 point ago +1 / -0

She has the material to be a good looking lady, but she is so ugly on the inside I think it actually affects her physical attractiveness.

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Mcmurdo32 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bill Barr, certainly no Trump lover as you all here know, confirms this.

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Mcmurdo32 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't think I've ever disrespected someone in the political realm as much as I disrespect Hobbs. What a truly despicable creature! I'm sure thankful I live in Ohio. Dewine has his imperfections, but if Hobbs runs Arizona like she ran the last couple election cycles, Arizona has a problem.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

So it CAN be done. Republicans in California are going to have to get out the early vote and harvest ballots in Republican districts. The Democrats made the game. Republicans will have to play it better. Only when they win will they be able to reform elections back to something with integrity where actual policy and serving people is more important than serving vote getting organizations, but until then in states where they do these tricks and nonsense, we are going to have to play the game better than them.

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Mcmurdo32 3 points ago +3 / -0

Eventually, the guy is going to die, but I'm sure his estate will be taken over by the family and will they continue spending money to push communism? We'll see.

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Mcmurdo32 1 point ago +1 / -0

Actually, according to the Cay and Buck show this afternoon, there was a 12 million vote swing in Republican v Democrat votes. There were 5 million more Republican votes than Democrat. They were just not distributed in the right spots to show the Red Wave, but Republican voters grew. They didn't decrease.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not mad. I knew that's what it was going to be. Some here were hoping for a big reveal but I didn't think that was likely. Listening to callers on the Clay and Buck show this afternoon, it sounds like the tone and subjects covered played well with that portion of the population.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

Clay and Buck stated that the data shows that GenZ did not show up in greater numbers than normal.

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Mcmurdo32 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wow. It had already been called the other way. Is there alot of curing going on there? Are people responding to the call? Are they hearing the call? I think this is something most people aren't even aware is a thing.

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Mcmurdo32 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't know exactly the background here, but I do know a lot of local elites around the world blame America for all their problems when, in fact, the problems are mostly cuased locally. Now, maybe the US gets involved when it shouldn't, but if they had their house in order, the US would have no excuse to get involved.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

I appreciate thr positive outlook. I have been saying that we won, just not by as much as anyone, including the Democrats, thought we would. While there was some fraud likely in Arizona and a few other places, I don't think fraud alone can explain the surprise shortcoming. There is a new dynamic at play here, and I don't think anyone yet knows what it is yet. This all needs to be analyzed and we need to adapt to it before the Democrats do. Then we need to mitigate fraud attempts. Then we need to have spokesmen, besides just Trump out there explaining who we are and what we want to do and how it is good for each individual. We must do the investigations, but be mostly forward looking. It will not be enough that we are "not the Democrats". We must be the future.

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Mcmurdo32 4 points ago +4 / -0

Note to those in Arizona trying to beat Kari. You can't kill an idea by stuffing ballot boxes.

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Mcmurdo32 4 points ago +4 / -0

He's just stating what always happens under Democrat policies.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

Some have suggested the announcement could have him being elected Speaker of the House. I don't this this is what it will be, and I don't think the Republicans have their balls to pull it off, but oh man, what a troll that would be! In all honesty, I expect it to be a 2024 run. Which, interestingly, at this moment, seems like the least sexiest of the possibilities.

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Mcmurdo32 6 points ago +6 / -0

Hobbs was counting the vote for her own election. Od course she was going to steal it. Now we'll see if anyone does anything about it.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well, they better figure it out, because we're going to need them both. We need Trump's charisma, leadership, and skill set along with DeSantis proven ability to get shit done. I think DeSantis has a more Amicable fellow Republican Party in Florida. I would hope he can work as well with the Swamp.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

Would MAGA support her in a run for the presidency, If Trump were not to run, but endorsed her? She's got the right material, but is not tested much yet.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nobody does anything though. You know, I constantly get challenged to provide evidence for 2020. I send them that hereistheevidence.com site. They then, to a person, say "That's not a legitimate source." And it's just an aggregate site of a bunch of sources.

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

I like DeSantis. I don't know why Trump apparently is laying into him. That on the surface appears totally unnecessary and from out of nowhere. And I wonder if DeSantis could withstand the Swamp with its threats as well as its temptations.

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