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As I may have said before, Trump has done his job - thwarting Hilary, ditto Pelosi, and as far as the election being fraudulent? Well, the Democrats and the Mainstream Media have spent the last four years trying to end the Trump presidency including trying to impeach him. So why should Trump bow out gracefully?

And even if Trump is "dead", Trumpism lives on. The Democrats on the west and east coasts of the USA with the way they look down upon the "Flyover States", are just like the Remainers around London and the ALP here - looking down upon or ignoring the people who live in the "Flyover States" in the UK and OZ.

Why else did so many working class electorates which had never voted Tory do so this time? Why did Shorten lose the "unloseable election" to Morrison? 

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7 minutes ago, MARYROSE02 said:

Why else did so many working class electorates which had never voted Tory do so this time? Why did Shorten lose the "unloseable election" to Morrison? 

In both cases the sides that won told better lies..

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1 hour ago, MARYROSE02 said:

As I may have said before, Trump has done his job - thwarting Hilary, ditto Pelosi, and as far as the election being fraudulent? Well, the Democrats and the Mainstream Media have spent the last four years trying to end the Trump presidency including trying to impeach him. So why should Trump bow out gracefully?

And even if Trump is "dead", Trumpism lives on. The Democrats on the west and east coasts of the USA with the way they look down upon the "Flyover States", are just like the Remainers around London and the ALP here - looking down upon or ignoring the people who live in the "Flyover States" in the UK and OZ.

Why else did so many working class electorates which had never voted Tory do so this time? Why did Shorten lose the "unloseable election" to Morrison? 

Only you can convince yourself that the Tories, Trumpers and Liberals have your best interests at heart when all other objective observers say that you are being exploited in order to keep them in power and line their pockets and the pockets of the big money men,

the Tories have so far funnelled Billions of covid money to their supporters whilst cutting benefits for the disabled,

Trump has funnelled Billions of tax cuts to his supporters whilst thousands of citizens die because of his stupidity,

  Scomo  continues with climate change denial on one of the driest continents and refuses to conserve water

And you think they have your interests at heart!

 

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19 hours ago, simmo said:

what do YOU think? Fraudulent or not?

I am guided by evidence, which overwhelmingly shows the election was not fraudulent. If Mr Trump had provided any evidence at all I would have supported his challenge, but he has not. The evidence shows the election was not fraudulent and views or opinions are irrelevant, it’s a clearly established fact that the election was not fraudulent.

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11 hours ago, MARYROSE02 said:

As I may have said before, Trump has done his job - thwarting Hilary, ditto Pelosi, and as far as the election being fraudulent? Well, the Democrats and the Mainstream Media have spent the last four years trying to end the Trump presidency including trying to impeach him. So why should Trump bow out gracefully?

And even if Trump is "dead", Trumpism lives on. The Democrats on the west and east coasts of the USA with the way they look down upon the "Flyover States", are just like the Remainers around London and the ALP here - looking down upon or ignoring the people who live in the "Flyover States" in the UK and OZ.

Why else did so many working class electorates which had never voted Tory do so this time? Why did Shorten lose the "unloseable election" to Morrison? 

Democracy requires the unsuccessful candidate accepts the will of the people and peacefully hands over power, supporting the new president in the interests of the whole country. Presidents Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama all did this and president Trump should do the same. It’s not about the individual, it’s about the health of the democracy. The other path leads to personality politics and dictatorships which is very dangerous.

Mr Trump received opposition from the democrats trying to undermine his authority the way Mr Obama did from republicans during his presidency. That’s sadly the nature of politics and should not be a reason to try to subvert the will of the people.


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41 minutes ago, MacGyver said:

Democracy requires the unsuccessful candidate accepts the will of the people and peacefully hands over power, supporting the new president in the interests of the whole country. Presidents Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama all did this and president Trump should do the same. It’s not about the individual, it’s about the health of the democracy. The other path leads to personality politics and dictatorships which is very dangerous.

Mr Trump received opposition from the democrats trying to undermine his authority the way Mr Obama did from republicans during his presidency. That’s sadly the nature of politics and should not be a reason to try to subvert the will of the people.

The official result is yet to be announced.


I want it all, and I want it now.

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