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2016, the age of far too much information and way too much partisanship.

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posted on Nov, 5 2016 @ 05:43 PM
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You know, Hillary might get away with everything - And a big reason why is because her buddies that call themselves conservatives have been parading around and screwing around for years, trying to pin everything under the moon on her. Now, we have some damning evidence that could truly put her away for good - But yet, her approval ratings aren't insanely low. Why?

Because TPTB designed it to be that way. It's sensory overload, it's too much to soak in, too much to go through... Blaming her for every problem under the sun for the last couple decades, it's now tougher than ever to sort the # from the truth. How can the average person believe the validity of a claim when we are just given too much, too often, etc? When there's proof that she's been blamed for things and falsely accused of different things, it really makes her so much stronger than she ever could have been without their help.

For the record, I am implying that everyone is in it together. Liberals, conservatives, I really don't care what you call the heaping piles of turd that call themselves public servants at the top - They all serve each other and themselves. Partisanship really is The Gov vs The Citizens - Not Rep or dem or anything else.

2017 needs to be the year of the people. ( Not Trump, he's not your average Joe and has nothing in common with any of us. )

We need to change things, we need to be proactive and wise, we need to put people behind bars that should be, and change our nation for the better. No president, representative or otherwise can stop the will of tens of millions of people, we just need to start this movement....

Anyways, pretty much hating this year, but hoping for a better next year.

-Deadlyhope




posted on Nov, 5 2016 @ 05:49 PM
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It not that we have access to far to much information, it's the way we are forced to assimilate it that's the problem.

Too many secrets and not near enough transparency.

Welcome to the information age.



posted on Nov, 5 2016 @ 07:12 PM
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a reply to: deadlyhope

It isn't too much information. This is about disinformation. To combat that we need more information.



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