>>369978>TRUMP REMOVED FROM BALLOT IN COLORADO
I support that.
Trump is more of the same. Big mouth and doing nothing while surrounding himself with the same swamp he promised to drain. The con is over.
Don't you think it's also kind of a big deal that they've gone so far as to formally disqualify a major presidential frontrunner from the ballot?
The mechanics of what's happening now, has happened before all around the world.
That mechanism is based on human psychology, the fuckers issuing the policies are behind hundred of thousand of armed employees who put every time money and goodies before Country and Nation. This time is not any different.
So, the oligarchs and their puppets have very little to be afraid. As soon as a the Nation understand that mechanism the faster the solution will come.
If it doesn't make a difference, then why are they doing it?
(((They))) ran the simulations and concluded that they will win, comfortably.
By that logic, they wouldn't need to disqualify him from the ballot.
Yes they do if the objective is to agitate the American People. It is telling that the whole GOP didn't, don't and won't do anything beyond some isolated kvetching. It reminds me of Trump inviting his voters to the Capitol to abandon and condemn them later. Then what's happening is pretty clear, the State is setting a trap to squash the real opposition, the American People.
>>369989>is to agitate the American People.
Why would they do that?>the State is setting a trap to squash the real opposition, the American People.
So you're saying it is in fact a big deal that they'd disqualify a candidate.
As long as Trump' supporters stay in the millions figure, there is little hope. The TV have them in a trance and are as good as the libtards.
Oh, wow. I guess Biden should just have another term then.
Abraham Lincoln was removed from the ballot in something like seven states. Not only did he win, but we got a civil war. I see this as a good omen.
I'm not a huge Tucker fan, but occasionally he posts decent takes. Here's one.https://vxtwitter.com/TuckerCarlson/status/1737575686716465477
The next few years are either going to be very interesting or give everybody gigantic blue balls from lack of actual happenings.
related: liberal tears over supreme court not hearing "trump case" by jack dorsey or whatever the shit his name ishttps://mastodon.social/@nedhamson1/111629765641531090
some republicans are trying to get biden removed, not sure why though because I don't think he will be elected if he is nominated.
>>370050>I don't think he will be elected if he is nominated.
Actually it doesn't matter, elections are rigged and both parties are complicit. Anyone with some neurons firing up can see politics are a staged show for the peasants and after taking power both parties rush to give the oligarchs what they want (lobbying) and fuck their voters in the ass. Every single time.
I don't think "the elections are rigged, so all this extra corruption on top of it doesn't matter" is a logically sound position. If the election were already decided, then they wouldn't need to do additional bullshit like this.
>>370054>I don't think "the elections are rigged
A forensic sample from 2006:>Princeton University demonstration of a hacked Diebold electronic voting machine found on Princeton's website.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx5YyiyWOH4
>>370052>elections are rigged and both parties are complicit.
There is a reason why no political party, actually the uniparty, has not moved a finger to fix it. Either way, if elections are illegitimate as well the governments they spawn, then their self-claimed representation and authority are void.
You took that greentext out of context, dumbass. I did not anywhere in my post deny that elections are rigged.
You have to vote harder goy.
It's theatrics, obviously. Every suit in DC is in one big circlejerk and has blackmail on everyone else. All it takes is one guy in the know spilling everything to collapse the whole damn country, like how Snowden almost did.
It may be difficult to gauge whether or not Trump is one of that ilk, since businessmen are always employing kike tactics to make money for their bigger agendas. On one hand, the amount of opposition is utterly irrational, but then again, the government has shown itself to go to irrational lengths to uphold controlled opposition.
I'd say just go for voting Trump. It probably won't amount to shit, but it's minimal effort to do ballots, and at worst nothing happens but the usual theatrics. If it does pan out to true upheaval and reform, that's good too.