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Even so, a huge drop in viewership is still a big win.
It's not about communism. It's about corrupt elites, the oligarchs ruling with a rigged economy and press. They partner with communists of course, but the end goal is pretty close to what we have today...a country of obedient sheep and a small percentage of people with billions of dollars running the show.
When it comes to policy, Trump is pretty much always right. He sometimes gets people wrong. The economy, opening up, peace in the Middle East, pretty much anywhere where he was able to do what he wanted led to winning. He struck a huge nerve of patriotism, too, with tons of minorities coming over. Turns out they love the USA too.
Ivanka is actually very nice, she's just not suited for politics because of this. I don't see her running for office in the future and that's ok.
Oh definitely not good enough, no arguments there. What I mean is he had enough ability but his heart's not in the right place. He's a typical politician not MAGA.
Depends where you go in TX. Lots of places it's great. I live outside of Austin, in the city it's pretty bad but there are a lot of places that are really conservative. We do need someone stronger than Abbott, he's picked up his game recently but is no DeSantis.
My first red pill was from a Belgian girl in college. I was drinking the koolaid thinking Europe was better morally etc. than the USA. So this pretty, classy girl who speaks 5+ foreign languages gets asked about European politicians (we were all expecting her to say how great they were). Instead she said they were a bunch of %#$^ pussies.
Not so sure about that. Boris Johnson and Pence even in their best days were not even close to DeSantis.
I traveled through PA 2X in 2020. The support for Trump was off the charts, I know what you mean. It was a landslide victory, he was up by 16% with 64% of the vote in nobody in history has ever come even close to reversing that kind of deficit.
This was the first time in my life I ever got excited about politics...because it was our country again. I'm a huge DeSantis fan and think he'd win in 2024, but that still wouldn't address Trump being cheated from his rightful spot.
Personally I'll never got back to sleep for the rest of my life after this. We need to get involved every way we can at the local level and go as high as we can.
Ex-liberal here. Anti-Semitism is encouraged by a lot of people on the left. It's not often spoken out loud but clearly understood. There's a method to what he's doing here.
A good percentage are not necessarily evil but just limp-wristed bureaucrats as well.
RINOs were ok giving this election up to get rid of Trump and get back to their graft. They just don't want to give in on this one, as it will end their political careers if the license to cheat is made permanent and the D's take over everything.
Well, he's probably still crazy, but unfortunately the world has caught up and passed him in that category.
Agree with you on the Trump health part. He's got dragon energy. Young staffers struggle to keep up.
The media hates DeSantis. He's extremely effective and they also have more trouble slandering him than Trump.
I think DeSantis would be great. Really my only objection is that Trump really won in 2020 and we'd be giving in to the establishment that way.
I love DeSantis. He's incredibly based and most importantly, is constantly on the offensive getting things done. Nobody is remotely close to him in this area. He's very creative when it comes to pushing the envelope...the Dems are really good at this and he's pretty much the only active R politician in this area.
Trump is the most interesting person in the world and whether he runs or not, deserves tremendous credit for starting this whole movement. He has such a great vision for basically solving all the problems here and in the rest of the world. He exposed things, we now realize that pretty much all of the "impossible" problems like Middle East peace are actually just man-made and actually not that hard to solve. DeSantis may be better at implementing this vision, but whatever happens I want to see Trump play an active role...I doubt there will ever be anyone this interesting in politics ever again.
Yeah, like that Houston hospital that just fired a bunch of workers for not getting vaccinated.
Abbott's been getting better recently but will never be a boss like DeSantis and bring an A game.
Whether it did or not, at the very worst it's a great troll that will get the opponents all riled up.
Because hardly anyone has seen it.
He was brainstorming, which we do in the business world all the time. He was talking about potentially treating the blood to remove viruses, like how they treat blood during dialysis. They completely made up that inject bleach crap.
He's pretty competent and a good debater, but he's just another professional politician and not on the side of the people.
They are basically saying straight out in many news articles they can't win without fraudulent ballots (no voter ID ballots).
Trump deserves huge credit for waking up the nation and starting this movement. That being said, I'm starting to think DeSantis might be more effective. He's getting more done than anyone else in the Republican Party and it's not even close. He doesn't have Trump's charisma (nobody else in the world does either) but he's better at dismissing the press.
Too much lawyer ball back then too. Endless rules, regulations and bureaucracy.
I think Trump avoids mentioning the situation, because there's not much he can do about it right now...i.e. it's a big loss right now and he doesn't want to talk about it for that reason. He'll need to get back into office to have a chance of getting them out.