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  1. Trump is incapable of nuance, such as striking a reasonable balance between containing the pandemic and supporting the economy. He decided that since the virus was bad for the economy, and he had bragged endlessly about the economy, it was better to pretend the virus wasn't important..
  2. Did the crowd understand that the "ol' time religion' of Moses was Judaism?
  3. News flash: Half of Republicans think Biden won a rigged election. That is what people here are commenting on. https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1192884-half-of-republicans-say-biden-won-because-of-a-rigged-election-reutersipsos-poll/
  4. Finally! A few prominent Republicans are ready to state the obvious. Better late than never I guess.
  5. California is a diverse state in every regard--religiously, ethnically, economically, politically, and in every other manner one might imagine. With its diverse economy and interests it is much more representative of the United States as a whole than the sparsely populated rural states that rely on agriculture, energy and minerals. It is ridiculous that these thinly populated states have so much more influence in Presidential elections and the Senate than California.
  6. So you think Trump still has a chance of overturning the clear result of a fair election, and overturning democracy in the US in the process? Are you hoping for this?
  7. Nobody who has been paying attention expected Trump to do the right thing. There was misguided hope that the Republican leadership would put nation and democracy ahead of catering to Trump.
  8. There are ghost written and co-authored books Trump takes credit for writing . It is unknown if he has read any of them.
  9. You posted "The WH Press Sec pointed out the comparisons between 2016 & 2020 post election shenanigans at the end of yesterdays press briefing.", implying the paid professional liar had valid points to make regarding Trump's refusal to concede the obvious. Clearly Trump is not the only one who refuses to concede the obvious.
  10. It was a rhetorical question, I know that she did not. Under past Presidents the White House Press Secretary had the job of spinning facts and events in the best way possible for the President. Under Trump, beginning on his first day in office, the job of the the Press Secretaries has been to repeat Trump's lies. BTW: This is a forum for written posts. People should stop expecting forum members to waste time on videos.
  11. Did she point out that Hillary Clinton conceded on the night of the 2016 election, even though the election was much closer than the 2020 election? Or did she go into the standard 'alternative facts' rant?
  12. Actually the four most populous states, California, Texas, Florida and New York, make up less than one third of the total US population. These four states also don't vote in lock-step.
  13. The side that insists the election was stolen without any evidence.
  14. China needs to be dealt with by an alliance of nations with the US taking the lead. Trump ticked off our allies by throwing up tariffs on their US exports for any and no reason then tried to deal with China alone. It didn't work. Biden is much more likely to put together an alliance to effectively restrain China. Although he won't do it with all the outrageous boasting and lies about results that Trump put forth, so Trump's base probably won't notice.
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