I hear this over and over again, by conservatives and liberals alike. By commentators and pundits of all stripes on the infotainment programs. Where did this wrong and phony notion come from? Is part of it conceding Trump’s win in order to be able to ask other questions……the price of admission to a dialogue? Wimpy behavior?

I for one cringe every time I hear this shallow and false notion tossed out as a prelude to any statement or question. It’s bullshit. Most often it prefaces discussions with Trump supporters by reporters or commentators.

This guy did not win anything fair and square, unless you consider deception, lies and false promises to be the norm for persuading a stressed electorate that you are their savior, when in fact virtually everything you do after the election proves the deceit.

Let’s take it back to PRIOR to the election. All of this BS behavior and con man campaign did affect the election outcome. The media owns a big piece of the problem by covering the Trump circus as a reality show, rather than a campaign for the presidency.

The lies and exaggerations about Clinton affected the campaign. The selective hacking and release of information from the DNC affected people’s attitudes. The Russian manipulation of social media by thousands of fake Facebook accounts and other resources to spread fake stories about Clinton. The National Inquirer targeted Clinton at every grocery store checkout line as a personal favor to Trump, who is a buddy of the owner. She had cancer, was almost on her deathbed, was an alien from outer space. She was supposedly running a child slavery sex ring out of a DC pizza parlor.

And the above are probably only the tip of the iceberg. Crosscheck efforts to knock minorities off of the voting rolls in key states prevented votes from being cast in the first place. That is voting fraud on a mass scale and these were to favor Trump. Eliminating Souls to the Polls voting hours is manipulation. Putting few and crappy polls in minority areas is manipulation. Make no mistake, Trump got a lot of help from a lot of Republican officials and politicians to tilt the table his way. Many of them still struggle to cover his tracks on a daily basis by pretending to be deaf or blind to disgusting behavior.

And the bogus congressional Republican controlled committees investigating Bengazi and other server BS went on ad nauseum, pounding away at phony, exaggerated, negative Clinton messages.

So let’s not be so naïve about these seemingly simplistic and false statements that “no one is saying that that Trump didn’t fairly win the election.” Simplistic notions equating winning fairly to bogus votes alone are pathetic.

HE DIDN’T! PERIOD! We should all say it and call anyone out who tosses this dead fish into a conversation.

There are more revelations in the works. The bloodhounds are on the scent.

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gumball 1 week 3 days ago
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This guy did not win anything fair and square, unless you consider deception, lies and false promises to be the norm for persuading a stressed electorate that you are their savior, when in fact virtually everything you do after the election proves the deceit.

I think you could say this about every election after Washington himself..... it's the nature of the beast.

The person to blame for Trump (other than Trump's parents) is the Clintons. Why is it that there were only 3 Democrats in the primary? And Sanders only threw his hat in the ring when it became clear there would be no progressive voice.

Hillary Clinton was the worst candidate in the history of this country. How do I know? She lost to Donald Freaking Trump! She massively outspent him, had a massive organization while he was running with a significant chunk of the Republican party against him.

By making excuses and not looking at the actual reasons why he flipped so many states won by Obama you are only fooling yourself. I would suggest he won by flipping blue collar progressives who have watched all their jobs go overseas. He spoke to them. The establishment of BOTH parties ignore them.

rs allen 1 week 3 days ago
#2

Dumkoph ran a straight ahead zenophobic, bigoted, sexist and racist campiagn.

Don't give us that tired line about working poor or no jobs bullshit. The white don't even know what being poor means. The white have no clue what marginalized means. Feeling bad about being second class citizens? Oh my god! Whitey is upset. What to do? What to do?

Don't make me laugh philsbury doughboy.

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gumball 1 week 3 days ago
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Quote rs allen:

Dumkoph ran a straight ahead zenophobic, bigoted, sexist and racist campiagn.

Don't give us that tired line about working poor or no jobs bullshit. The white don't even know what being poor means. The white have no clue what marginalized means. Feeling bad about being second class citizens? Oh my god! Whitey is upset. What to do? What to do?

Don't make me laugh philsbury doughboy.

I guess it's easier to dismiss people as bigots than to understand them. Never mind the trade policies pushed by the establishment of both parties that hollowed out their towns and cities. They just a bunch of stupid hillbillies anyways.

rs allen 1 week 3 days ago
#4

I understand them just fine thankyou.

Dumkoph ran a blatant straight ahead zenophobic, bigoted, sexist and racist campiagn.

So who would vote for him other than like minded people?

Oh, you mean those poor slobs that expect a helping hand while all 'those others' need to pull themselves up by their own boot straps?

Are those the people I don't understand dough boy?

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gumball 1 week 3 days ago
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There is a tendency in folks to put down others to feel better about themselves. You see this quite often in politics and it is tearing our country apart. Snowflake, nazi, libtard,repulicon, bigot etc.

Instead of lobbing insults and hating people that are different than you, try to get to know and understand them.

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stephensolomita 1 week 3 days ago
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Flipping blue collar PROGRESSIVES? Don't you mean George Wallace Democrats?

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gumball 1 week 3 days ago
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Flipping blue collar PROGRESSIVES? Don't you mean George Wallace Democrats?

I mean the union folks who have watched the establishments of both parties sell them out. You can argue if Trump is what he claimed to be, but the fact remains he is the first one to speak out on our trade policy during a general election since Perot.

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Kilosqrd 1 week 2 days ago
#8

The left is collectively going insane over the election that took place over 6 mos. ago. Keep at it libs. It is so much fun to watch.

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