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    35 19.89%
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    62 35.23%
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    51 28.98%
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    6 3.41%
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Thread: ✮✮✮ !Trump Dumped! ✮✮✮

  1. #17751
    Trump is the candidate of the transnational oligarchy. It's a shame you guys can't wake up and see that.
    So why has the transnational oligarchy tried to ruin him relentlessly ever since 2015?

  2. #17752
    Member
    Registered: Feb 2002
    Location: In the flesh.
    The answer is that they haven't. They loved it when he passed a tax cut for them as the first thing he did when he assumed the presidency.

  3. #17753
    Member
    Registered: Dec 2006
    Location: Berghem Haven
    Quote Originally Posted by RippedPhreak View Post
    transnational oligarchy
    Ah, the big bad freemasonry satanic conspiracy but with the right wing we're not nuts, you stupid libtard are-correct petersonian noun!

  4. #17754
    It was Heywood who brought up transnational oligarchy, so go mock him for conspiracy theories if you wish. As for tax cuts, Republicans always try to pass tax cuts. They are trying to destroy Trump for something well beyond that.

    He isn't part of the establishment, so both factions of the Uniparty hate him. As I always say if he's pissing off both sides of the people ruining our lives, maybe he's doing something right.

  5. #17755
    Member
    Registered: Sep 2001
    Location: The other Derry
    Vae brought up transnational oligarchy, I was quoting him.

    Quote Originally Posted by RippedPhreak View Post
    So why has the transnational oligarchy tried to ruin him relentlessly ever since 2015?
    I don't think they have. The oligarchy is politically split just like the rest of the population. Their split is what defines our two-party system because their money sustains it.

    Check out this list of biggest campaign donors:

    https://www.opensecrets.org/election...biggest-donors

    The top 5 on the list are all Trump supporters.

    1. Timothy Mellon - Heir to Andrew Mellon's banking fortune
    2. Jeff Yass - SIG, personally owns ~$21 billion stake in ByteDance (TikTok)
    3. Richard Uihlein - Schlitz heir, Uline founder
    4. Ken Griffin - Hedge fund owner and manager
    5. Rob Bigelow - Real estate, Budget Suites

    And if you continue down the list looking up names you'll find many more oligarchs who have donated to the Trump campaign and contributed to his legal defense. Soros isn't even on the list so far this cycle.

    Trump cries like a child about unfair punishment for his bad behavior. But it's not unfair punishment to hold him to the same standards we hold other corrupt public officials to. If you don't want the criminal justice system coming down on you, stop breaking the law.

    I'm tired of him crying about the media too. The media made him. He'd be just another tri-state slum lord if it wasn't for the media. They gave him a mouthpiece in 2015 and 2016, gave his campaign legs, and helped him win the 2016 Republican nomination. They milked him for ratings obviously, but they made him a Presidential candidate. Then they turned on him to support Clinton. They did give him a second chance at the start of his administration, but he wanted to deal in alternative facts. If you don't want to be fact checked all the time, stop bullshitting.

    Trump is not Teddy Roosevelt. He's not a reformer, he's a sick rich narcissist who lies compulsively and thinks laws are for little people. He's not a swamp clearer, he's lived in the swamp his whole life. He doesn't seem to know or doesn't care how to do things above board. He flips positions for campaign donations. All that combined with his legal woes makes him especially vulnerable to influence.
    Last edited by heywood; 6th Jul 2024 at 15:16.

  6. #17756
    Member
    Registered: Feb 2002
    Location: In the flesh.
    I wouldn't say slick but he has learned to delegate most of his dirty deeds and to make his crime statements ambiguous enough to avoid total admission. That "find me more votes" thing is a great example. He did not outright say to cheat but that is the only thing "find" could mean as only the creation of more votes to add to the total could give Trump a win.

  7. #17757
    Or he was asking for a recount...?

  8. #17758
    Member
    Registered: Jan 2024
    Location: Egyptian Afterlife
    Guilty of being dirty rich, and fuzzy, spoiled big man on the loose.

  9. #17759
    Member
    Registered: May 2004
    Location: Canuckistan GWN
    Or he was asking for a recount...?
    He got recounts where they were needed. None of his 60 challenges stood up in court. Almost every case of actual voting fraud was A) by a RETHUG and B) non-determinative.

    Rump was asking for the vote to be rigged. Every accusation is a confession.

    And besides, it was four fucking years ago! Trump LOST. Get over it, snowflakes! Time to dry out your crying towels because you are going to need them.


    Guilty of being dirty rich, and fuzzy, spoiled big man on the loose.
    And a rapist, and stealing from dying children, and sexually abusing children, and...

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