Re: Let it go trump....

Re: Let it go trump....

> A Zed Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Trump trying to claim the presidency, and the aftermath that will ensue

> as a result of it, is going to look similar to what happened after the

> Civil War ended.

>

> There will always be denial from the camp that didn't get its way.

>

> There will be no shortage of idiots (like one in particular we've seen

> on this forum) who are going to run around saying that the election was

> stolen.

>

> I'd be surprised if there weren't mass protests and riots everywhere as

> a result of it.

>

> On one hand, what Trump is doing is genius. He's soliciting millions of

> dollars from his more-affluent cult devotees, and he's solidifying the

> fact that he is still going to be relevant once he leaves office, at

> least to those who are devoted to him.

>

> On the other hand, it's extremely irresponsible of him, and he's

> potentially creating a ripe breeding ground for civil unrest, with the

> possibility of mass destruction of property, injury, and loss of life.

>

> Granted, the Don Ohios out there will sit in front of their computer

> screens, in front of their televisions watching Fox News and OAN, and/or

> sit with their congregation, pretending they are loyal patriots and

> good, upstanding Christians, and will do nothing but whine and bitch

> about it.

>

> That said, for every Don Ohio do-nothing out there, there are enough

> people who will get out and fuck shit up as a result of Trump's baseless

> claims that he won the presidency.

I think most of them are big mouthed do nothings, ESPECIALLY once the chump is out of office, they only got loud because trump made it seem ok, and without him, those views will be forced back into basements and underground where they belong, those that do try illegal protest techniques/rioting will be swiftly jailed. There was far more opportunity for dangerous behavior had he won, but sane people saw this, and voted to prevent it.

Re: Let it go trump....

> Stephen Keller Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> > A Zed Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > Trump trying to claim the presidency, and the aftermath that will

> ensue

>

> > as a result of it, is going to look similar to what happened after the

>

> > Civil War ended.

>

> >

>

> > There will always be denial from the camp that didn't get its way.

>

> >

>

> > There will be no shortage of idiots (like one in particular we've seen

>

> > on this forum) who are going to run around saying that the election

> was

>

> > stolen.

>

> >

>

> > I'd be surprised if there weren't mass protests and riots everywhere

> as

>

> > a result of it.

>

> >

>

> > On one hand, what Trump is doing is genius. He's soliciting millions

> of

>

> > dollars from his more-affluent cult devotees, and he's solidifying the

>

> > fact that he is still going to be relevant once he leaves office, at

>

> > least to those who are devoted to him.

>

> >

>

> > On the other hand, it's extremely irresponsible of him, and he's

>

> > potentially creating a ripe breeding ground for civil unrest, with the

>

> > possibility of mass destruction of property, injury, and loss of life.

>

> >

>

> > Granted, the Don Ohios out there will sit in front of their computer

>

> > screens, in front of their televisions watching Fox News and OAN,

> and/or

>

> > sit with their congregation, pretending they are loyal patriots and

>

> > good, upstanding Christians, and will do nothing but whine and bitch

>

> > about it.

>

> >

>

> > That said, for every Don Ohio do-nothing out there, there are enough

>

> > people who will get out and fuck shit up as a result of Trump's

> baseless

>

> > claims that he won the presidency.

>

> I think most of them are big mouthed do nothings, ESPECIALLY once the

> chump is out of office, they only got loud because trump made it seem

> ok, and without him, those views will be forced back into basements and

> underground where they belong, those that do try illegal protest

> techniques/rioting will be swiftly jailed. There was far more

> opportunity for dangerous behavior had he won, but sane people saw this,

> and voted to prevent it.

You mean back under their rocks where they belong. ^^^

Re: Let it go trump....

punkrock randy /

Some of them already have become more quiet after this defeat, a couple on MA even...

I’m quite happy, i like outright ignorance and hatred better when it’s suppressed and seldom :-)

« Go to Topics — end of thread

Want to post in this forum? We'd love to have you join the discussion, but first:

Login or Create Account