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Should Republicans Move On From Trump?

 
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Voter ID is crucial.



But given the nature of this congress I don't see it happening nationwide.


Our only hope is that the red states put it in place and enforce it.


But I could see activist federal judges striking those down.


We are so fucked.


I think the system is too broken.


You can't fix this system by working through the system.


I won't say what my solution would be out of respect for the site and its owner, but it should be pretty obvious what I am saying.

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32 pages in and I still see folks discussing Desantis as a viable option to Trump.

Folks. You vote does not count or matter.

You would think that would be the story and the bulk of the discussion here.
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True. Desantis is playing to the base which is why he looks great. People are also morons and will support whoever a pundit or Fox News promotes - facts unseen.

Desantis is another con-artist. He also has close ties to Trump another con-artist that played us.

We do not need another con-artist telling us what we want to hear. We want to real deal.
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Trump was your last choice.

If the last election results are not rectified then the last election is the last election.

There is no moving on. You get commie control
For life now
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I'm more results oriented and I like the direction the country was going under TRUMP. I will take the most pompous, biggest a-hole in the world as long as his policies are effective.

I couldn't give a fuck what snowflakes who get triggered by his tweets or personality think.
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Re: Should Republicans Move On From Trump?
Personally, I'm sick of Trump.

He's a pompous asshole and he failed us.

It's time to move on to some REAL LEADERSHIP...

DeSantis / Pompeo 2024

- FOR THE WIN!

 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Our politicians are selected, not elected.
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Until they aren't.

You really believe they selected Trump in 2016?

lol

No, they didn't. They just vastly underestimated the sleeping giant and the pure disdain Americans (including Democrats) had for Hillary Clinton.

They didn't make the same mistake twice, however, and they made sure the Dominion/Mail-in-votes fix was in for 2020.

They want you to believe you are powerless.

The truth is, they only have the power that YOU give them, nothing more, and nothing less.

Their biggest fear is that one day people will wake up, rise up, and pull down the curtain of their big charade.

Alas, people are too complacent and rather than work towards something meaningful, they would rather sit on their ass justifying their complacency with cliches like "My vote doesn't count anyways, so I'm not voting".

They love those kind of sheep...the kind that willingly come to dinner when mutton is on the menu.
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This board is a cult.
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I'm more results oriented and I like the direction the country was going under TRUMP. I will take the most pompous, biggest a-hole in the world as long as his policies are effective.

I couldn't give a fuck what snowflakes who get triggered by his tweets or personality think.
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Yeah, yeah. We’ve been over that. America 1st.
Yep. It’s a good slogan.

Now what?
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This board is a cult.
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maybe, seems diverse to me

now, the Covidians - THAT'S a cult
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Re: Should Republicans Move On From Trump?
Personally, I'm sick of Trump.

He's a pompous asshole and he failed us.

It's time to move on to some REAL LEADERSHIP...

DeSantis / Pompeo 2024

- FOR THE WIN!

 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Our politicians are selected, not elected.
 Quoting: Very Interesting


Until they aren't.

You really believe they selected Trump in 2016?

lol

No, they didn't. They just vastly underestimated the sleeping giant and the pure disdain Americans (including Democrats) had for Hillary Clinton.

They didn't make the same mistake twice, however, and they made sure the Dominion/Mail-in-votes fix was in for 2020.

They want you to believe you are powerless.

The truth is, they only have the power that YOU give them, nothing more, and nothing less.

Their biggest fear is that one day people will wake up, rise up, and pull down the curtain of their big charade.

Alas, people are too complacent and rather than work towards something meaningful, they would rather sit on their ass justifying their complacency with cliches like "My vote doesn't count anyways, so I'm not voting".

They love those kind of sheep...the kind that willingly come to dinner when mutton is on the menu.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78551315



You can seriously say with a straight face all of that but not believe that after four years america had a disdain for trump? That takes some serious mental gymnastics.

"Trump wasn't put in place, he won fair and square! They underestimated him! 2020? Fifty different conspiracies! Four years of constant exposure to his idiocy didn't cause an upturn in voting because people didn't like him, it was a conspiracy!"

Both elections were fair. Fucking grow up.
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Re: Should Republicans Move On From Trump?
Personally, I'm sick of Trump.

He's a pompous asshole and he failed us.

It's time to move on to some REAL LEADERSHIP...

DeSantis / Pompeo 2024

- FOR THE WIN!

 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


He failed us? How?

More than any other president in history, he was under CONSTANT attack. On a scale never seen before. It is unfathomable to me how he governed as wonderfully as he did under the strain he did. Never never never giving up on a leader like that. He was assaulted because he stands for what regular middle class America believes in. So basically WE were also under assault.

Not forgetting Trump - and the election WAS stolen in my opinion, so one of the greatest travesty's in the history of our country to boot!
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we have
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Re: Should Republicans Move On From Trump?
Personally, I'm sick of Trump.

He's a pompous asshole and he failed us.

It's time to move on to some REAL LEADERSHIP...

DeSantis / Pompeo 2024

- FOR THE WIN!

 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Our politicians are selected, not elected.
 Quoting: Very Interesting


Until they aren't.

You really believe they selected Trump in 2016?

lol

No, they didn't. They just vastly underestimated the sleeping giant and the pure disdain Americans (including Democrats) had for Hillary Clinton.

They didn't make the same mistake twice, however, and they made sure the Dominion/Mail-in-votes fix was in for 2020.

They want you to believe you are powerless.

The truth is, they only have the power that YOU give them, nothing more, and nothing less.

Their biggest fear is that one day people will wake up, rise up, and pull down the curtain of their big charade.

Alas, people are too complacent and rather than work towards something meaningful, they would rather sit on their ass justifying their complacency with cliches like "My vote doesn't count anyways, so I'm not voting".

They love those kind of sheep...the kind that willingly come to dinner when mutton is on the menu.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78551315


Yes. They. Did.

They(the ones who pull the strings) put in who they want, when they want, where they want. It’s been that way a long time.
Choice has been but an illusion.
Interested in interesting and intriguing things

“Let me first think about it”
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I'm more results oriented and I like the direction the country was going under TRUMP. I will take the most pompous, biggest a-hole in the world as long as his policies are effective.

I couldn't give a fuck what snowflakes who get triggered by his tweets or personality think.
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Then you got conned. Just because someone says they are going to accomplish something you like does not mean they did or ever intended to.

You got played. Trump=Clinton=Biden=Obama=Bush. No difference except for what they say publicly. The US was a powder keg when Trump was running. The elites put him there to placate you and allow you to blow off some steam.

The reality however is we moved further left under Trump. Like we always do no matter the Republican President. Because it is all a sham. They are all on the same side and the news media-pundits are part of the con on you.
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Of course I knew that you know this.

I was addressing the doubting Thomas you were sparring with who implied you weren't a Christian for backing a flawed man.
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Could you give me a synopsis of what you believe god will do in regards to Trump and the USA? I’d love to hear it.
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Well, if you are willing to educate yourself as to the similarities and differences between a nation, a state, a republic, a confederacy, a federation, and the difference between the United States of America, and the U.S., then we would have a basis for discussion.
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I’m already educated on those.
Could you elaborate on this though? I highlighted it.
There’s a difference?
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If you haven't read the Law of Nations, it is doubtful we have the same depth of understanding of the initial terms.

the United States of America was a confederacy of colonies which were more like nation-states than they were not.

The United States is a Federation of states with a constitution meant to both privilege and govern those who work for the federal government. On the surface it created a federal (aristocratic) republic but it so unnecessarily undermined the sovereignty of the states that the anti-federalists had to force the "bill of rights" in hopes of restraining the beast that was created.

The United States was never authorized to be created by a quorum of elected delegates of the congress of the original 13 members of the United States of America (Confederacy). It was forced by a majority unelected European-masonic alliance at the "2nd Continental Congress".

It was more or less forced upon the American population and it was directly overseen by the Crown and the Vatican beginning with the Treaty of Paris.

Today you see the result.
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This board is a cult.
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maybe, seems diverse to me

now, the Covidians - THAT'S a cult
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It is. I'll be banned shortly for no reason other than I disagree with the overall narrative, for a week or two. Happens about twice a month and has been for about a year now.

No rule breaking. I just disagree with the narrative.

That's very culty. Echo chamber. Safe space. I'll be fucking *amazed* if this post even goes through and isn't the one that gets me banned as I hit the post button.
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I'll be damned.
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We should absolutely move on. He was fun, but completely ineffective. It doesn't matter who's at fault. Ineffective is ineffective.
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YOur TDS is strong but your intelligence is not...Trump did more for America than any demonrat eveaahhh. All boats rose under Trump, women, Blacks, Hispanics. Now I do think its time fro Trump to help from the sideline only because i am tired of the Demonrats non stop attacks on him and if he runs again it will be more of the same demonrat crap.
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I'm not repbulican.

If you want an asshole running your party, embrace the suck.
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This board is a cult.
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It is not the board, it is the "Cucks for Trump" supporters that post here.

Trump did not lie when he said he could do anything and these people will still support him. It is not about ideology for them it is total cuckoldry for them.
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Republicans aren't that different from Democrats.

Follow my leader or else!!

Fuck both you.
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Re: Should Republicans Move On From Trump?
Personally, I'm sick of Trump.

He's a pompous asshole and he failed us.

It's time to move on to some REAL LEADERSHIP...

DeSantis / Pompeo 2024

- FOR THE WIN!

 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Our politicians are selected, not elected.
 Quoting: Very Interesting


Until they aren't.

You really believe they selected Trump in 2016?

lol

No, they didn't. They just vastly underestimated the sleeping giant and the pure disdain Americans (including Democrats) had for Hillary Clinton.

They didn't make the same mistake twice, however, and they made sure the Dominion/Mail-in-votes fix was in for 2020.

They want you to believe you are powerless.

The truth is, they only have the power that YOU give them, nothing more, and nothing less.

Their biggest fear is that one day people will wake up, rise up, and pull down the curtain of their big charade.

Alas, people are too complacent and rather than work towards something meaningful, they would rather sit on their ass justifying their complacency with cliches like "My vote doesn't count anyways, so I'm not voting".

They love those kind of sheep...the kind that willingly come to dinner when mutton is on the menu.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78551315



You can seriously say with a straight face all of that but not believe that after four years america had a disdain for trump? That takes some serious mental gymnastics.

"Trump wasn't put in place, he won fair and square! They underestimated him! 2020? Fifty different conspiracies! Four years of constant exposure to his idiocy didn't cause an upturn in voting because people didn't like him, it was a conspiracy!"

Both elections were fair. Fucking grow up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79809124



I've never seen, in 58 years, ANY President that had the sheer number of ENTHUSIASTIC supporters than Trump did.

None. Zero. Nada.

Yes, Demonrats hated him, because let's be honest...their gods (the MSM/Social Media/Big Tech) told them to hate him. They intentionally lied about him on the front page, only to later post a retraction to that lie on page 19 in a 6-point font.

You can't point out at any time in history the sheer level of constant lambasting that ANY OTHER PRESIDENT took that even comes within 25% of what Trump took.

That alone should tell you something about whether he was their 'selected' President.

If you're backed by Big Tech/MSM/Social Media/Big Government, then you aren't part of the solution...you're part of the problem.

And that's how you tell who's in on it, and who's not.

It's really that simple, although people like you with an agenda will back-pedal, obfuscate, redirect, and do everything within your power to keep people in the dark.
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Re: Should Republicans Move On From Trump?
Personally, I'm sick of Trump.

He's a pompous asshole and he failed us.

It's time to move on to some REAL LEADERSHIP...

DeSantis / Pompeo 2024

- FOR THE WIN!

 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Our politicians are selected, not elected.
 Quoting: Very Interesting


Until they aren't.

You really believe they selected Trump in 2016?

lol

No, they didn't. They just vastly underestimated the sleeping giant and the pure disdain Americans (including Democrats) had for Hillary Clinton.

They didn't make the same mistake twice, however, and they made sure the Dominion/Mail-in-votes fix was in for 2020.

They want you to believe you are powerless.

The truth is, they only have the power that YOU give them, nothing more, and nothing less.

Their biggest fear is that one day people will wake up, rise up, and pull down the curtain of their big charade.

Alas, people are too complacent and rather than work towards something meaningful, they would rather sit on their ass justifying their complacency with cliches like "My vote doesn't count anyways, so I'm not voting".

They love those kind of sheep...the kind that willingly come to dinner when mutton is on the menu.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78551315


Yes. They. Did.

They(the ones who pull the strings) put in who they want, when they want, where they want. It’s been that way a long time.
Choice has been but an illusion.
 Quoting: Very Interesting


I think what happened was the NWO took for granted 2016. They believed their own lies and got lazy after 8 years of the ghey Kenyan.
So when Trump was winning they went in to rig the machines but it was too late. Hilldog lost and was beyond pissed.
Trump never really stood a chance though.
And that’s really the lesson. The Gov is beyond corrupt. It’s simply too far gone to repair.
The other small positive aspect from this that really is the most important is that for a fleeting second because of Trump, the deep state showed you their hand and they revealed themselves as exactly what you’ve always wondered. That’s why you see folks here waking up. The curtian was pulled back for just a second and you all saw OZ.
Yeah. The NWO is real. It exists and your gov is their pit bull.

That’s the crux of this problem. Not Trump. Not Desantis. They will never win anything nationally ever.

No, the real issue here is you all now know without a shadow of a doubt that you are not in control whatsoever.

The cabal
Is in control. And they know you know.

Buckle up.
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We should absolutely move on. He was fun, but completely ineffective. It doesn't matter who's at fault. Ineffective is ineffective.
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YOur TDS is strong but your intelligence is not...Trump did more for America than any demonrat eveaahhh. All boats rose under Trump, women, Blacks, Hispanics. Now I do think its time fro Trump to help from the sideline only because i am tired of the Demonrats non stop attacks on him and if he runs again it will be more of the same demonrat crap.
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Wow, because the con man said that his rallies you believe it. Facts don't matter in the world of cucks for Trump.
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Trump can suck Deez Nutz.

At least Trump women are hot.

Biden women are like hobgoblins that make your flesh crawl.
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The US never seems to move on from politics. You get a new President and right after, you start talking about the next election. It happens every time.
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It has been my experience that pompous assholes HATE other pompous assholes.

Just sayin'.
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Our politicians are selected, not elected.
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Until they aren't.

You really believe they selected Trump in 2016?

lol

No, they didn't. They just vastly underestimated the sleeping giant and the pure disdain Americans (including Democrats) had for Hillary Clinton.

They didn't make the same mistake twice, however, and they made sure the Dominion/Mail-in-votes fix was in for 2020.

They want you to believe you are powerless.

The truth is, they only have the power that YOU give them, nothing more, and nothing less.

Their biggest fear is that one day people will wake up, rise up, and pull down the curtain of their big charade.

Alas, people are too complacent and rather than work towards something meaningful, they would rather sit on their ass justifying their complacency with cliches like "My vote doesn't count anyways, so I'm not voting".

They love those kind of sheep...the kind that willingly come to dinner when mutton is on the menu.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78551315



You can seriously say with a straight face all of that but not believe that after four years america had a disdain for trump? That takes some serious mental gymnastics.

"Trump wasn't put in place, he won fair and square! They underestimated him! 2020? Fifty different conspiracies! Four years of constant exposure to his idiocy didn't cause an upturn in voting because people didn't like him, it was a conspiracy!"

Both elections were fair. Fucking grow up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79809124



"I've never seen, in 58 years, ANY President that had the sheer number of ENTHUSIASTIC supporters than Trump did.

None. Zero. Nada."


... Because it was a cult. Specifically a cult of personality. Has this never been explained to you?
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Speaking of - how did you like those pardons?
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Personally, I'm sick of Trump.

He's a pompous asshole and he failed us.

It's time to move on to some REAL LEADERSHIP...

DeSantis / Pompeo 2024

- FOR THE WIN!

 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


TRANSLATION:

Tryin to find out if all our Trolls have turned the tide..
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lol
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Trump is the swampiest President in history

Trump is a pimp for the swamp who spent decades selling coke and hookers to elites then uses blackmail for power.

https://imgur.com/a/3oK2raX


https://imgur.com/a/I15vNyH


https://imgur.com/a/34v6ZVs


https://imgur.com/a/K0YdSp8


Trump buying Kashogis yacht and naming it Princess


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GLP