Just imagine how different these past few months could have been

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In August, Donald Trump began sowing seeds of doubt about the upcoming election, just as he had abou t the election he won four years before. His poll numbers had never topped 49% and were foundering since the protests during the summer and devistating pandemic response.

A few factors must be considered. He has an unsettling perpensity to exaggerate, prevaricate and brag about himself and his abilities. I know more about the science than the scientists, war than the generals, the economy than the economists just to cite a few examples. He has never run for office so he had never experienced the lessons of political lose.


So, strapped with a massive, yet fragile ego, he was never accepting a possible lose and rejection of his policies or personality. He framed such losses with the lie that losing is not only a character flaw, but only as a conspiracy.

He promoted this lie to his supporters whom he nurtured by appealing to their own grievences and paranoia. And the crowd lapped this grievences politics up. A conspiracy against Trump was, by extension, became a conspiracy against them.

He never said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power, one of the hallmarks of the electoral process in a healthy democracy.

Had he had that modicum of humility and responsibility, he would had recognized the legitimacy off the election. Instead, he and his hamhanded legal team alleged widespread fraud. No proof was proffered and over 60 appeals were filed in and rejected by courts as baseless and false.

Trump called governors, Secretaries of State and other state election official to throw out valid results in his favor. He summoned a crowd to assemble in Washington for a rally, "Its going to be Wild

And at that rally, Trump and his sycophants urged them to fight like hell, kick ass and take names and engage in trial by combat. Then the worst insurrection since Ft. Sumter befell our nation. The whole country has to suffer due to this man's attutudes.

The inauguration ceremonies, for the first time ever, are tainted by fear and the need for military protection. All this division because we elected someone who never learned the ssbbw simple lessons we all learned during childhood.

Imagine if Fred and Mary had raised a man from their baby boy.
I stayed up until 4AM and that election was stolen.
Proof? Evidence? Truth?
 

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In August, Donald Trump began sowing seeds of doubt about the upcoming election, just as he had abou t the election he won four years before. His poll numbers had never topped 49% and were foundering since the protests during the summer and devistating pandemic response.

A few factors must be considered. He has an unsettling perpensity to exaggerate, prevaricate and brag about himself and his abilities. I know more about the science than the scientists, war than the generals, the economy than the economists just to cite a few examples. He has never run for office so he had never experienced the lessons of political lose.


So, strapped with a massive, yet fragile ego, he was never accepting a possible lose and rejection of his policies or personality. He framed such losses with the lie that losing is not only a character flaw, but only as a conspiracy.

He promoted this lie to his supporters whom he nurtured by appealing to their own grievences and paranoia. And the crowd lapped this grievences politics up. A conspiracy against Trump was, by extension, became a conspiracy against them.

He never said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power, one of the hallmarks of the electoral process in a healthy democracy.

Had he had that modicum of humility and responsibility, he would had recognized the legitimacy off the election. Instead, he and his hamhanded legal team alleged widespread fraud. No proof was proffered and over 60 appeals were filed in and rejected by courts as baseless and false.

Trump called governors, Secretaries of State and other state election official to throw out valid results in his favor. He summoned a crowd to assemble in Washington for a rally, "Its going to be Wild

And at that rally, Trump and his sycophants urged them to fight like hell, kick ass and take names and engage in trial by combat. Then the worst insurrection since Ft. Sumter befell our nation. The whole country has to suffer due to this man's attutudes.

The inauguration ceremonies, for the first time ever, are tainted by fear and the need for military protection. All this division because we elected someone who never learned the ssbbw simple lessons we all learned during childhood.

Imagine if Fred and Mary had raised a man from their baby boy.
I stayed up until 4AM and that election was stolen.
Proof? Evidence? Truth?
I'm a data processing professional; you're not.
 

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In August, Donald Trump began sowing seeds of doubt about the upcoming election, just as he had abou t the election he won four years before. His poll numbers had never topped 49% and were foundering since the protests during the summer and devistating pandemic response.

A few factors must be considered. He has an unsettling perpensity to exaggerate, prevaricate and brag about himself and his abilities. I know more about the science than the scientists, war than the generals, the economy than the economists just to cite a few examples. He has never run for office so he had never experienced the lessons of political lose.


So, strapped with a massive, yet fragile ego, he was never accepting a possible lose and rejection of his policies or personality. He framed such losses with the lie that losing is not only a character flaw, but only as a conspiracy.

He promoted this lie to his supporters whom he nurtured by appealing to their own grievences and paranoia. And the crowd lapped this grievences politics up. A conspiracy against Trump was, by extension, became a conspiracy against them.

He never said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power, one of the hallmarks of the electoral process in a healthy democracy.

Had he had that modicum of humility and responsibility, he would had recognized the legitimacy off the election. Instead, he and his hamhanded legal team alleged widespread fraud. No proof was proffered and over 60 appeals were filed in and rejected by courts as baseless and false.

Trump called governors, Secretaries of State and other state election official to throw out valid results in his favor. He summoned a crowd to assemble in Washington for a rally, "Its going to be Wild

And at that rally, Trump and his sycophants urged them to fight like hell, kick ass and take names and engage in trial by combat. Then the worst insurrection since Ft. Sumter befell our nation. The whole country has to suffer due to this man's attutudes.

The inauguration ceremonies, for the first time ever, are tainted by fear and the need for military protection. All this division because we elected someone who never learned the ssbbw simple lessons we all learned during childhood.

Imagine if Fred and Mary had raised a man from their baby boy.
What you’ve clearly outlined is a disaster that was inevitable, a disaster the consequence of a political neophyte unfit to hold public office, someone who lacked the temperament to be president, someone ignorant of sound, responsible governance and public policy, someone with no understand of the law, the Constitution, and our democratic institutions.

We can only hope that Americans learned a hard, bitter lesson from the Trump disaster, and not make the same mistake again.
 
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In August, Donald Trump began sowing seeds of doubt about the upcoming election, just as he had abou t the election he won four years before. His poll numbers had never topped 49% and were foundering since the protests during the summer and devistating pandemic response.

A few factors must be considered. He has an unsettling perpensity to exaggerate, prevaricate and brag about himself and his abilities. I know more about the science than the scientists, war than the generals, the economy than the economists just to cite a few examples. He has never run for office so he had never experienced the lessons of political lose.


So, strapped with a massive, yet fragile ego, he was never accepting a possible lose and rejection of his policies or personality. He framed such losses with the lie that losing is not only a character flaw, but only as a conspiracy.

He promoted this lie to his supporters whom he nurtured by appealing to their own grievences and paranoia. And the crowd lapped this grievences politics up. A conspiracy against Trump was, by extension, became a conspiracy against them.

He never said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power, one of the hallmarks of the electoral process in a healthy democracy.

Had he had that modicum of humility and responsibility, he would had recognized the legitimacy off the election. Instead, he and his hamhanded legal team alleged widespread fraud. No proof was proffered and over 60 appeals were filed in and rejected by courts as baseless and false.

Trump called governors, Secretaries of State and other state election official to throw out valid results in his favor. He summoned a crowd to assemble in Washington for a rally, "Its going to be Wild

And at that rally, Trump and his sycophants urged them to fight like hell, kick ass and take names and engage in trial by combat. Then the worst insurrection since Ft. Sumter befell our nation. The whole country has to suffer due to this man's attutudes.

The inauguration ceremonies, for the first time ever, are tainted by fear and the need for military protection. All this division because we elected someone who never learned the ssbbw simple lessons we all learned during childhood.

Imagine if Fred and Mary had raised a man from their baby boy.
I stayed up until 4AM and that election was stolen.
Proof? Evidence? Truth?
I'm a data processing professional; you're not.
Does that make you an election official too? A witness? A political scientist?
 

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In August, Donald Trump began sowing seeds of doubt about the upcoming election, just as he had abou t the election he won four years before. His poll numbers had never topped 49% and were foundering since the protests during the summer and devistating pandemic response.

A few factors must be considered. He has an unsettling perpensity to exaggerate, prevaricate and brag about himself and his abilities. I know more about the science than the scientists, war than the generals, the economy than the economists just to cite a few examples. He has never run for office so he had never experienced the lessons of political lose.


So, strapped with a massive, yet fragile ego, he was never accepting a possible lose and rejection of his policies or personality. He framed such losses with the lie that losing is not only a character flaw, but only as a conspiracy.

He promoted this lie to his supporters whom he nurtured by appealing to their own grievences and paranoia. And the crowd lapped this grievences politics up. A conspiracy against Trump was, by extension, became a conspiracy against them.

He never said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power, one of the hallmarks of the electoral process in a healthy democracy.

Had he had that modicum of humility and responsibility, he would had recognized the legitimacy off the election. Instead, he and his hamhanded legal team alleged widespread fraud. No proof was proffered and over 60 appeals were filed in and rejected by courts as baseless and false.

Trump called governors, Secretaries of State and other state election official to throw out valid results in his favor. He summoned a crowd to assemble in Washington for a rally, "Its going to be Wild

And at that rally, Trump and his sycophants urged them to fight like hell, kick ass and take names and engage in trial by combat. Then the worst insurrection since Ft. Sumter befell our nation. The whole country has to suffer due to this man's attutudes.

The inauguration ceremonies, for the first time ever, are tainted by fear and the need for military protection. All this division because we elected someone who never learned the ssbbw simple lessons we all learned during childhood.

Imagine if Fred and Mary had raised a man from their baby boy.
I stayed up until 4AM and that election was stolen.
Proof? Evidence? Truth?
I'm a data processing professional; you're not.
Does that make you an election official too? A witness? A political scientist?
Does that make you an election official too? A witness? A political scientist?
What would any of these people know about what's possible given machines and ballots untouched by human hands?
 
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In August, Donald Trump began sowing seeds of doubt about the upcoming election, just as he had abou t the election he won four years before. His poll numbers had never topped 49% and were foundering since the protests during the summer and devistating pandemic response.

A few factors must be considered. He has an unsettling perpensity to exaggerate, prevaricate and brag about himself and his abilities. I know more about the science than the scientists, war than the generals, the economy than the economists just to cite a few examples. He has never run for office so he had never experienced the lessons of political lose.


So, strapped with a massive, yet fragile ego, he was never accepting a possible lose and rejection of his policies or personality. He framed such losses with the lie that losing is not only a character flaw, but only as a conspiracy.

He promoted this lie to his supporters whom he nurtured by appealing to their own grievences and paranoia. And the crowd lapped this grievences politics up. A conspiracy against Trump was, by extension, became a conspiracy against them.

He never said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power, one of the hallmarks of the electoral process in a healthy democracy.

Had he had that modicum of humility and responsibility, he would had recognized the legitimacy off the election. Instead, he and his hamhanded legal team alleged widespread fraud. No proof was proffered and over 60 appeals were filed in and rejected by courts as baseless and false.

Trump called governors, Secretaries of State and other state election official to throw out valid results in his favor. He summoned a crowd to assemble in Washington for a rally, "Its going to be Wild

And at that rally, Trump and his sycophants urged them to fight like hell, kick ass and take names and engage in trial by combat. Then the worst insurrection since Ft. Sumter befell our nation. The whole country has to suffer due to this man's attutudes.

The inauguration ceremonies, for the first time ever, are tainted by fear and the need for military protection. All this division because we elected someone who never learned the ssbbw simple lessons we all learned during childhood.

Imagine if Fred and Mary had raised a man from their baby boy.
I stayed up until 4AM and that election was stolen.
Proof? Evidence? Truth?
I'm a data processing professional; you're not.
Does that make you an election official too? A witness? A political scientist?
Does that make you an election official too? A witness? A political scientist?
What would any of these people know about what's possible given machines and ballots untouched by human hands?
Because it's their responsibility to conduct, tabulate, and certify votes.

The scale of a conspiracy to steal an election is unfathomably huge. Why would ONLY the presidential ballot ng be effected? If the Democrats are such master schemers, why did they lose House seats and leave the senate to two runoffs in Georgia?

What's more plausible: a massive interstate conspiracy that was designed to effect only the top half of millions and f ballots, or Trump promoting the Big Lie about election fraud? He complained about it when he won, for God's sake in 2016 and his hand appointed commission didn't find anything then!
 

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In August, Donald Trump began sowing seeds of doubt about the upcoming election, just as he had abou t the election he won four years before. His poll numbers had never topped 49% and were foundering since the protests during the summer and devistating pandemic response.

A few factors must be considered. He has an unsettling perpensity to exaggerate, prevaricate and brag about himself and his abilities. I know more about the science than the scientists, war than the generals, the economy than the economists just to cite a few examples. He has never run for office so he had never experienced the lessons of political lose.


So, strapped with a massive, yet fragile ego, he was never accepting a possible lose and rejection of his policies or personality. He framed such losses with the lie that losing is not only a character flaw, but only as a conspiracy.

He promoted this lie to his supporters whom he nurtured by appealing to their own grievences and paranoia. And the crowd lapped this grievences politics up. A conspiracy against Trump was, by extension, became a conspiracy against them.

He never said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power, one of the hallmarks of the electoral process in a healthy democracy.

Had he had that modicum of humility and responsibility, he would had recognized the legitimacy off the election. Instead, he and his hamhanded legal team alleged widespread fraud. No proof was proffered and over 60 appeals were filed in and rejected by courts as baseless and false.

Trump called governors, Secretaries of State and other state election official to throw out valid results in his favor. He summoned a crowd to assemble in Washington for a rally, "Its going to be Wild

And at that rally, Trump and his sycophants urged them to fight like hell, kick ass and take names and engage in trial by combat. Then the worst insurrection since Ft. Sumter befell our nation. The whole country has to suffer due to this man's attutudes.

The inauguration ceremonies, for the first time ever, are tainted by fear and the need for military protection. All this division because we elected someone who never learned the ssbbw simple lessons we all learned during childhood.

Imagine if Fred and Mary had raised a man from their baby boy.
Very true.

And let's not forget, while this was going on, he was completely failing to lead during the COVID crisis. How many have died because of that?

And now, we're seeing how his lack of national leadership on vaccine distribution has botched its rollout. How many MORE have died because of that?

A fucking disgrace. A fucking disaster. Get the fuck out.
It’s time to get over Trump and watch closely as Biden’s policies will be only slightly different if at all.
They won't ever stop on Trump, and Biden is no prize they can brag about.
The next four years will be blame Trump as the Biden agenda fizzles.
This country is still bitterly divided.
Agreed. The D Party and the MSM will dupe D voters into believing everything wrong with Joe is really Trump’s fault.

Watch as Joe and the Ds do nothing different and blame Trump for their failures.
One prediction I do have.
Gas will be over $3.00 by June.
It's already almost $4 in California
 

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In August, Donald Trump began sowing seeds of doubt about the upcoming election, just as he had abou t the election he won four years before. His poll numbers had never topped 49% and were foundering since the protests during the summer and devistating pandemic response.

A few factors must be considered. He has an unsettling perpensity to exaggerate, prevaricate and brag about himself and his abilities. I know more about the science than the scientists, war than the generals, the economy than the economists just to cite a few examples. He has never run for office so he had never experienced the lessons of political lose.


So, strapped with a massive, yet fragile ego, he was never accepting a possible lose and rejection of his policies or personality. He framed such losses with the lie that losing is not only a character flaw, but only as a conspiracy.

He promoted this lie to his supporters whom he nurtured by appealing to their own grievences and paranoia. And the crowd lapped this grievences politics up. A conspiracy against Trump was, by extension, became a conspiracy against them.

He never said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power, one of the hallmarks of the electoral process in a healthy democracy.

Had he had that modicum of humility and responsibility, he would had recognized the legitimacy off the election. Instead, he and his hamhanded legal team alleged widespread fraud. No proof was proffered and over 60 appeals were filed in and rejected by courts as baseless and false.

Trump called governors, Secretaries of State and other state election official to throw out valid results in his favor. He summoned a crowd to assemble in Washington for a rally, "Its going to be Wild

And at that rally, Trump and his sycophants urged them to fight like hell, kick ass and take names and engage in trial by combat. Then the worst insurrection since Ft. Sumter befell our nation. The whole country has to suffer due to this man's attutudes.

The inauguration ceremonies, for the first time ever, are tainted by fear and the need for military protection. All this division because we elected someone who never learned the ssbbw simple lessons we all learned during childhood.

Imagine if Fred and Mary had raised a man from their baby boy.
Very true.

And let's not forget, while this was going on, he was completely failing to lead during the COVID crisis. How many have died because of that?

And now, we're seeing how his lack of national leadership on vaccine distribution has botched its rollout. How many MORE have died because of that?

A fucking disgrace. A fucking disaster. Get the fuck out.
It’s time to get over Trump and watch closely as Biden’s policies will be only slightly different if at all.
They won't ever stop on Trump, and Biden is no prize they can brag about.
The next four years will be blame Trump as the Biden agenda fizzles.
This country is still bitterly divided.
Agreed. The D Party and the MSM will dupe D voters into believing everything wrong with Joe is really Trump’s fault.

Watch as Joe and the Ds do nothing different and blame Trump for their failures.
One prediction I do have.
Gas will be over $3.00 by June.
It's already almost $4 in California
That's literally highway robbery.
Just went from an average of 2.09 to 2.39 in just a few days in MN. Just in time for inauguration.
 

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And your point is, all those people at the rallies helped spread covid to what it is today.

Remember we have a pandemic for the last year, and now over 3000 people are dying per day.
No, what you have is a "dempanic" not a pandemic. Sure, 3000 a day may die but it's not covid.
 

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