📀 Rob Trump vs Biden. Who do you think has got it?
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Prince Campbell Trump is the worse President in history. He's mind boggling incompetent.
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📀 Rob But do you think Biden can win?
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👉 Oscar The fact that Trump is even considered for a second term by _anyone_ is mind-boggling to me. Disclaimer: I'm from Europe.
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🤔 David Now consider what the average citizen devotes their daily time to, and then realize how little of that may be focused on politics. There is a general lack of interest in political and philosophical discussions in the public, at least in the USA, beyond generalizations and provoking, exciting content that's easy to respond to.
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🧬 Thomas You and me both
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📀 Rob We get two choices whether people want to admit it or not. They both sucked last time and it looks like they both are going to suck this time. Thats not even taking into account the fact that the President isn't a dictator and we would be better off all focusing and "getting hype" about our House and Senate positions.
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🌚 Nlggers I believe Biden has a number of asymmetric advantages. That said I'm not sure who will win. In the last election I recall believing Hillary was going to win by a landslide based on the polling data (at least that I had seen). I suspect Biden will win but given the uncertainty in my mind concerning how sure I felt about the last cycle I can't say with any any real confidence that this current asymmetry Biden enjoys will actually translate into a victory.
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Ac G. Ye-2020. Though tbh, I think Trump pretty much has it. Kanye just took the black vote, and most of the mainstream conservative types that were put off by Trump four years ago are now on board, even if his "tight-labor-markets (immigration) and fair trade deals" base are sort of fed up with him.
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🔚 Bort Simpson Omar Wasow, an assistant professor at the department of politics at Princeton, published a new paper studying the relationship between riots and voting. He found riots on the whole provoke a hostile right-wing response. The term "silent majority" is even more relevant now given how openly hostile the cultural climate has become towards whites and their 'fragility.'
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🧔 Justin I have a hard time imagining Trump seeing a second term, but he did win the election last time. Would a Biden presidency even be much better? But voting for a third party is "wasting your vote". Sigh
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Oknaj Its because information which reaches you is curated. You believe its reality. There are websites which don't reach you. E.g. thedonald.win
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📀 Rob I completely agree. I strongly feel like we will never see an independent candidate win in the US. We have two choices and depending on which videos you watch it kind of seems like Biden does have some health issues. I can't say that anywhere without people automatically freaking out and saying I am pro trump.
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🗜️ Mx Trump will mop the floor with that senile old racist career politician corrupt motherfucker
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🌚 Nlggers If Biden goes forward with the debates then I suspect that will work against him. I'm not sure this will be the case but I've heard Biden may choose not to debate Trump unless certain conditions are met (the presence of "real time fact checkers" + the release of his tax returns). I think the release of his tax returns would be good but I think someone saying "umm actually" every time Trump says anything at all would likely not be a value add.
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🤖 Razi What's the difference?
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📀 Rob No idea. Honestly I'm starting to think they already know who has it before we vote.
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