Eric asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 3 weeks ago

Minus the tiny percentage of people dead from COVID isn’t Trump going to win strong re-election?

You can’t please everyone it’s not a good strategy.  

If you or your loved ones are in the group affected by Corona, your vote will not be counted on by Trump but the good encouraging news is you can die off completely because there’s enough support base that Trump has the votes to win by a landslide 

Thousands and thousands and thousands Are United behind Trump and it’s going to be a big ....red...wave in November ....with 97 percent of the evangelical vote...

I’ll say it again. If you have been affected by Corona you don’t matter you can be drowned in the street because your presence in the US is meaningless and more than half the country LOVES Trump for it ....

Niceness is not the most important thing, finally we are gearing away from that whole nice thing.... we are a winning country not a nice country 

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Ironically though even among the Covid families they are with Trump because people are sheep and respect people with power and the interesting part is these are sort of free votes for Trump he didn’t even have to spend a dime on and it’s interesting how power can also attract the people you don’t care about and when that happens, more money in your pocket, more power 

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    This smells like a lib troll.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    Trump shut down economy to save lives while democrats were doing nothing for two months and actually encouraging people to engage in unsafe behaviors. 

    Trump saved millions of lives

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    I would like to sell you the Brooklyn Bridge, but you may have already bought it from Trump. If you want to talk percentages, that is fine. The death rate in the USA is 400 per million, and the death rate in Japan is 7 per million. That means the death rate in the USA is 5,714% that of Japan or 57 times as bad.

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