posted on Nov, 7 2020 @ 11:48 AM
a reply to: OtherSideOfTheCoin
The next four years are going to be lots of claims of fraud that will ultimately have no actual proof the back them up and every time Biden
stutters the right are going to make some pretty tasteless jokes about demential.
I've already seen this happen, the shoe is just on the other foot.
It seems Americans are impervious to introspection or recognition to common themes. They refuse to take accountability for what is going on, and why
it is this way. Rather than examining the events and seeing on what went wrong and how to fix it, they blame everyone else but themselves.
Never mind the fact Hillary was so bad, Trump beat her. People were willing to gamble on an unknown quantity rather than settle for the known. We'll
blame the Russians and say they stole it from us.
Never mind that Trump had a chance, and rather than attempt any form of grace or being an adult after winning, he was hot and loose. Nothing was ever
his fault, and we ran up the debt before COVID... Then broke records once COVID hit and still wanted to cut taxes with record spending. He became
status quo, the same mediocracy as we've seen many times before. Now the Trump base is acting as if they were a clear majority, there is no way he
could have lost. No way he could have lost the independents willingness to gamble on him. No, it's clear and blatant fraud... And we'll be hearing it
on loop for years just as we did years ago.
Rather than productively trying to change any of this, both sides will use eachothers playbook with no shame, all while seething when they see the
other side do it, and justifying their own use because "tHeY dO iT tOo". We're being held hostage by bratty siblings on a tantrum spree using the
mission statement "tHeY sTarTed iT".
Yet both are dumbfounded many don't recognize their self proclaimed clear moral superiority. No, I'm supposed to see them as saviors offering
salvation any time they have a minor victory. The hubris, hyperbole, and distortion of reality is just old. It's boring, and a renaissance of
information like today shouldn't have it.