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After four interminable years of feeling like turkeys who’d been stuffed full with Donald Trump—his voice in our ears, his tweets waking us, his erratic moods and feuds dominating all that passed as political news—we find ourselves now in this strange interregnum. Having spent years training ourselves to ignore that which threatened to consume us, we are faced with the fact that even his vanquished ghost will not leave. Yes, Donald Trump has lost the election (hasty reframe: Joe Biden has won the election!) No, there is nothing Rudy Giuliani can do to change that outcome in the courts (hasty reframe: The courts have batted down almost every single lawsuit Rudy has filed!). And yes, in a few short weeks we will mercifully never, ever, need to have this man occupy all of this space in our brains again.

But for now, how much space in our brains should he continue to take up? How do we deal with an artlessly attempted coup that is formidable yet somehow not literal? Can we ignore him into oblivion—a move that hasn’t worked yet over the course of five years? How are we back to the same debate about whether this is a catastrophe for democracy or a nothing? And does the power to make that decision rest with us in the first place?

After all, this long national nightmare is meant to be over. Right? Right? So why is it still playing, in its endless variations, on a loop? For starters, we have spent the past four years in an abusive relationship with this man, and that doesn’t simply end. One hesitates to proffer the analogy, but as his niece, Mary Trump, has observed, the most dangerous time in any abusive relationship comes when the victim attempts to leave. One of the reasons it is not quite possible to exhale, more than two weeks after the election has ended, is because Donald Trump refuses to concede. That’s his problem. But in the meantime, do we really have to watch him rage and tweet, bouncing off the walls of the White House in a fury, and expending whatever capital that remains to him playing with the troops, and firing everyone who brings a lick of stability to the current, rather perilous situation, and working fiendishly to disadvantage Biden’s transition team? Having lost in the courts, his new work evidently lies in emboldening obscure local election boards to nullify their voting tallies, calling them on the phone to exert pressure, inviting them to the White House. That means that even postelection we are still stress monkeys. He still has eight weeks remaining in which to break things and burn things down.

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"his tweets waking us"

Could you be any more melodramatic
 Quoting: The Philosopher Stoned


not that we didn't know, but DJT is living inside a lot of heads rent-free for the last 4 years. Not his fault, the way I see it.
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liberalism is a serious mental illness period
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It's not the sleeping giant that these assholes have to worry about.

It's the highly-motivated and highly-armed 1% of this nation that have been waiting for this shit to froth up to the surface with great intent for the past decade or two.

They have no clue who they're dealing with.
 Quoting: President-Elect BFD


I believe the percentage is slightly higher than 1%.
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To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
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hesright
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To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


Like massive voter fraud?
 Quoting: nutmeg


No, his followers are convinced in this false conspiracy theory.

Just like he won in 2016. Than he got lucky and was batter.

Now he has lost and have to accept it.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


English as a second language much?
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we cant have a house divided so...

bye trump supporters aka radical right wing that plants car bombs and calls it a civil war
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Uhm. Projecting much are you?


We all know its socialists that turn violent when they don't get their way.
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God did not choose Biden, The hysterical far left media chose Biden. They live in a fantasy and they continuously support the fake media's charade of the day. Their biased and misleading narratives used to promote and publicize their political point of views are failing. They have always failed! If Troy Trainer, the US Federal Election Commission Chairman, if Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell says the 2020 US election is illegitimate due to widespread fraud than that is what the courts will have to determine. Not the hysterical far left media who will not publish and spin the facts and truth.
 Quoting: MrCoolone


If God DIDN'T want Biden to be president he wouldn't be.
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...


So in your mind which is better, Communism and genocide or freedom and individualism, the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?
 Quoting: Furrry Pete


Something in between.

Socialism is bad because you are equal to each other but you have a party who dictates what you will do with your life.

Capitalims is also bad because you have a feeling of liberty and possibilities, but at the moment you lose your job and health insurance you are left on the street sick and like some sort of "criminal".

My opinion is that there has to be another system where people work hard but at the same time feel fine, secured, wealthy, healthy and happy.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity

You will never be happy, the happiest people I know are evaluating and improving themselves and others each and every day. The libtards like yourself, continuously use false claims, only to discredit others, only to stay in control, not to improve, but too drag society down to their level.
 Quoting: MrCoolone


I personally don't want society to be bad, I want it to be more advanced but it's hard to achieve when everyone is against you and don't see you true potential.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


I do believe most if not all of Trump's followers are against endless wars that take away from developing our potential. We could do so much more for the country and the citizenry with all the money that goes to waste on them.
Big Pharma hurts the medical welfare of people, it doesn't help us. Donald Trump was changing that, we personally would be greatly benefitted as would everyone who needs insulin for example.

Neocons and warmongers, starting with the amoral and greedy Clintons ruined this country. It went off the rails when it went for Empire, raiding and dismantling nations and stealing their wealth, and that's what they are now trying to do to us. They're global pirates.

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To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


hesright
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seek help, i'm concerned for you and your ilk
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Q sent us...to drain that fucking swamp
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God did not choose Biden, The hysterical far left media chose Biden. They live in a fantasy and they continuously support the fake media's charade of the day. Their biased and misleading narratives used to promote and publicize their political point of views are failing. They have always failed! If Troy Trainer, the US Federal Election Commission Chairman, if Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell says the 2020 US election is illegitimate due to widespread fraud than that is what the courts will have to determine. Not the hysterical far left media who will not publish and spin the facts and truth.
 Quoting: MrCoolone


If God DIDN'T want Biden to be president he wouldn't be.
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Old Slow China Joe is not even president elect.
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I do believe most if not all of Trump's followers are against endless wars that take away from developing our potential. We could do so much more for the country and the citizenry with all the money that goes to waste on them.
Big Pharma hurts the medical welfare of people, it doesn't help us. Donald Trump was changing that, we personally would be greatly benefitted as would everyone who needs insulin for example.

Neocons and warmongers, starting with the amoral and greedy Clintons ruined this country. It went off the rails when it went for Empire, raiding and dismantling nations and stealing their wealth, and that's what they are now trying to do to us. They're global pirates.
 Quoting: Furrry Pete


1. Ending endless wars

2. Bringing back some industry and self-sufficiency

are the two biggest issues that he can address, and has addressed.

One thing this COVID business should have made clear, but didn't really seem to, is how much pharmaceutical mfg takes place overseas. Like almost all of it.

We need to make our own medicine, and we need to manufacture more of our own stuff. I don't know why this shouldn't be more obvious.
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When this is all done, they will come for us. My powder is dry and I'm ready for it.
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To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


Like massive voter fraud?
 Quoting: nutmeg


Nutmeg strikes!
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God did not choose Biden, The hysterical far left media chose Biden. They live in a fantasy and they continuously support the fake media's charade of the day. Their biased and misleading narratives used to promote and publicize their political point of views are failing. They have always failed! If Troy Trainer, the US Federal Election Commission Chairman, if Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell says the 2020 US election is illegitimate due to widespread fraud than that is what the courts will have to determine. Not the hysterical far left media who will not publish and spin the facts and truth.
 Quoting: MrCoolone


God did not choose anyone because in reality God doesn't even exist just like Jesus.

It's just a DOGMA your head is filled in.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


Time to shut up now commie 🐸 your low level comments don't highlight
today's reality, or a future Trump Victory. Try smiling it will help.
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To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


Does your vagina hurt ?
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Most of the Coup Participants will be like this Fellow ...






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To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


Like a "great reset" of some sort?
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I do believe most if not all of Trump's followers are against endless wars that take away from developing our potential. We could do so much more for the country and the citizenry with all the money that goes to waste on them.
Big Pharma hurts the medical welfare of people, it doesn't help us. Donald Trump was changing that, we personally would be greatly benefitted as would everyone who needs insulin for example.

Neocons and warmongers, starting with the amoral and greedy Clintons ruined this country. It went off the rails when it went for Empire, raiding and dismantling nations and stealing their wealth, and that's what they are now trying to do to us. They're global pirates.
 Quoting: Furrry Pete


1. Ending endless wars

2. Bringing back some industry and self-sufficiency

are the two biggest issues that he can address, and has addressed.

One thing this COVID business should have made clear, but didn't really seem to, is how much pharmaceutical mfg takes place overseas. Like almost all of it.

We need to make our own medicine, and we need to manufacture more of our own stuff. I don't know why this shouldn't be more obvious.
 Quoting: nimmerfall


Yes, when the US controlled medicine, they didn't release new drugs without extensive testing.
Now about 99 per cent of advertising on tv is for untested drugs, you tell your doctor what you need, lol, especially if you or someone you love has died from them.
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Take a gander at the author, Dahlia Lithwick:
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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Biden will never be my President, and I'm ready to resist in Occupied America.
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completely agree.
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Take a gander at the author, Dahlia Lithwick:
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 Quoting: Liberty Gardener


I don't know Amish maybe1dunno1
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She's pretty homely looking.
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Take a gander at the author, Dahlia Lithwick:
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Liberty Gardener


I don't know Amish maybe1dunno1
 Quoting: Don Draper from Nantucket


She's pretty homely looking.
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Just a typical blood lusting Bolshevik
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After four interminable years of feeling like turkeys who’d been stuffed full with Donald Trump—his voice in our ears, his tweets waking us, his erratic moods and feuds dominating all that passed as political news—we find ourselves now in this strange interregnum. Having spent years training ourselves to ignore that which threatened to consume us, we are faced with the fact that even his vanquished ghost will not leave. Yes, Donald Trump has lost the election (hasty reframe: Joe Biden has won the election!) No, there is nothing Rudy Giuliani can do to change that outcome in the courts (hasty reframe: The courts have batted down almost every single lawsuit Rudy has filed!). And yes, in a few short weeks we will mercifully never, ever, need to have this man occupy all of this space in our brains again.

But for now, how much space in our brains should he continue to take up? How do we deal with an artlessly attempted coup that is formidable yet somehow not literal? Can we ignore him into oblivion—a move that hasn’t worked yet over the course of five years? How are we back to the same debate about whether this is a catastrophe for democracy or a nothing? And does the power to make that decision rest with us in the first place?

After all, this long national nightmare is meant to be over. Right? Right? So why is it still playing, in its endless variations, on a loop? For starters, we have spent the past four years in an abusive relationship with this man, and that doesn’t simply end. One hesitates to proffer the analogy, but as his niece, Mary Trump, has observed, the most dangerous time in any abusive relationship comes when the victim attempts to leave. One of the reasons it is not quite possible to exhale, more than two weeks after the election has ended, is because Donald Trump refuses to concede. That’s his problem. But in the meantime, do we really have to watch him rage and tweet, bouncing off the walls of the White House in a fury, and expending whatever capital that remains to him playing with the troops, and firing everyone who brings a lick of stability to the current, rather perilous situation, and working fiendishly to disadvantage Biden’s transition team? Having lost in the courts, his new work evidently lies in emboldening obscure local election boards to nullify their voting tallies, calling them on the phone to exert pressure, inviting them to the White House. That means that even postelection we are still stress monkeys. He still has eight weeks remaining in which to break things and burn things down.

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 Quoting: LoneStarRising


Much anticipated rubbish from the left. Forgetting Trump for a moment, the Liberal/Socialist class of the Left desperately wishes upon a star that 70-80 million Trump voters would just disappear.

There is a thing called justice; and another being truth, and yet another is corruption, and not last nor least is treason. The Left wants all the investigations of their lawlessness, lies, corruption, duplicitous treason and more to just go away. They pick their leaders from the bottom of a 55-gallon trashcan conveniently situated between a sea of public restrooms and a humongous seafood market.

Trump Team ain't going anywhere princess. Buckle-up or you will most certainly get whiplash on a platter.

F-you people and the horse you rode in on.
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To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
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he is a Christ and things are changing... he will win.
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God did not choose Biden, The hysterical far left media chose Biden. They live in a fantasy and they continuously support the fake media's charade of the day. Their biased and misleading narratives used to promote and publicize their political point of views are failing. They have always failed! If Troy Trainer, the US Federal Election Commission Chairman, if Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell says the 2020 US election is illegitimate due to widespread fraud than that is what the courts will have to determine. Not the hysterical far left media who will not publish and spin the facts and truth.
 Quoting: MrCoolone


clappa
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When this is all done, they will come for us. My powder is dry and I'm ready for it.
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And with his telescopes, we will have AMPLE warning of their approach! :-)

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Carrot stick, anyone?
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To me, Trump is behaving like 5 year-old kid.

He simply can't accept things have to change.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


Like massive voter fraud?
 Quoting: nutmeg


No, his followers are convinced in this false conspiracy theory.

Just like he won in 2016. Than he got lucky and was batter.

Now he has lost and have to accept it.
 Quoting: Hardtrocity


watch something besides cnn international
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Take a gander at the author, Dahlia Lithwick:
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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I don't know Amish maybe1dunno1
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She's pretty homely looking.
 Quoting: crimsonskylar


why does it always come down to disparaging peoples looks?

like you guys look any better

stop acting like teenagers
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After four interminable years of feeling like turkeys who’d been stuffed full with Donald Trump—his voice in our ears, his tweets waking us, his erratic moods and feuds dominating all that passed as political news—we find ourselves now in this strange interregnum. Having spent years training ourselves to ignore that which threatened to consume us, we are faced with the fact that even his vanquished ghost will not leave. Yes, Donald Trump has lost the election (hasty reframe: Joe Biden has won the election!) No, there is nothing Rudy Giuliani can do to change that outcome in the courts (hasty reframe: The courts have batted down almost every single lawsuit Rudy has filed!). And yes, in a few short weeks we will mercifully never, ever, need to have this man occupy all of this space in our brains again.

But for now, how much space in our brains should he continue to take up? How do we deal with an artlessly attempted coup that is formidable yet somehow not literal? Can we ignore him into oblivion—a move that hasn’t worked yet over the course of five years? How are we back to the same debate about whether this is a catastrophe for democracy or a nothing? And does the power to make that decision rest with us in the first place?

After all, this long national nightmare is meant to be over. Right? Right? So why is it still playing, in its endless variations, on a loop? For starters, we have spent the past four years in an abusive relationship with this man, and that doesn’t simply end. One hesitates to proffer the analogy, but as his niece, Mary Trump, has observed, the most dangerous time in any abusive relationship comes when the victim attempts to leave. One of the reasons it is not quite possible to exhale, more than two weeks after the election has ended, is because Donald Trump refuses to concede. That’s his problem. But in the meantime, do we really have to watch him rage and tweet, bouncing off the walls of the White House in a fury, and expending whatever capital that remains to him playing with the troops, and firing everyone who brings a lick of stability to the current, rather perilous situation, and working fiendishly to disadvantage Biden’s transition team? Having lost in the courts, his new work evidently lies in emboldening obscure local election boards to nullify their voting tallies, calling them on the phone to exert pressure, inviting them to the White House. That means that even postelection we are still stress monkeys. He still has eight weeks remaining in which to break things and burn things down.

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This is how I felt for 8 years of Obama.
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