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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    My market research brain loves this study about the five types of people who voted of Trump. This study was published in 2017--it would be interesting to see if they repeat it for his 2024 campaign to see if any of those segments shift, or if new ones emerge.

    https://www.voterstudygroup.org/publ...s-trump-voters
    Thanks for posting this, Catherine. I found it very interesting.

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    Now that Republicans managed to gain a few seats in Congress to take control, they have announced their plans to take on several pressing issues. No, not the ones they ran on, like inflation, crime, the border...Oh no. They're going all in to punish their "enemies." So they plan hearings involving Hunter Biden (who is not and never has been a government official) and his laptop (yawn), Nancy Pelosi for something to do with the January 6th defendants ("freedom fighters" to them), Anthony Fauci (just because, I guess), and of course, President Biden, for the grievous sin of embarrassing Donald Trump. Given that so many of them are implicated in the insurrection, like "Gym" Jordan, MTG, Josh Hawley, Brian Babin, Andy Biggs, Matt Gaetz, Louie Gohmert, Paul Gosar, Andy Harris, Jody Hice, and Scott Perry*, I don't understand why they're still in office, let alone setting any agenda at all.

    *https://www.rawstory.com/republicans-jan-6-hearing/

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    Children without supervision.

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    WASHINGTON, Nov 18 (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland on Friday named Jack Smith, a war crimes prosecutor, to serve as special counsel to oversee Justice Department investigations related to Donald Trump including the former president's handling of sensitive documents and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

    Things are heating up for traitor trump. Talk is he could be indicted the first quarter of 2023. We can only hope.

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    I'm trying to tone down my involvement in politics until I'm more seasoned on my job but gotta say I'd love to see Trump behind bars for instigating January 6th. One can hope. I don't believe he will be reelected and I see Ron DeSantis rising as a threat to Trump. Rob

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    I for one am sure all the investigations the Republicans have announced and lined up will solve Immigration, the budget deficit, the replacement for Obamacare, and crime they have been running on. I’m sure it will be the central theme of various politicians announced investigations into Hunter Biden, Anthony Fauchi , the January 6 investigation, the role of Biden suppressing parents who went to school board meetings to cause a ruckus, impeaching Biden and so on. Oh and trying to ban books, ban abortion, bring back Christian prayers back to public school and cut “entitlements” like Medicare and social security. Whew. They are going to be busy busy busy.

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    I guess I see now why they didn't bother to have a functioning link to the GOP platform on the national party website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bae View Post
    I guess I see now why they didn't bother to have a functioning link to the GOP platform on the national party website.
    Because their only agenda is to cause more chaos… and try to get retaliation for the criminal acts they inflicted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal-one View Post
    Because their only agenda is to cause more chaos… and try to get retaliation for the criminal acts they inflicted.
    Who benefits from this sort of chaos in our society?

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    Who benefits from this sort of chaos in our society?
    Trump does. When there are a lot of useless frivolous "investigations" going on, its easy to disguise yet one more, or have the public associate "investigations" as partisan politcal activities to detract from the investigations of him.

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