Trump WAS the president

rahim

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he's gonna drain the swamp from the political rats that have ruled
the country for too long.

[FONT=&quot] “For too long, a small group in our nation’s capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have bore the cost,” Trump said. “Washington flourished, but the people did not share in its wealth.” “The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country. Their victories have not been your victories. Their triumphs have not been your triumphs,and while they celebrated in our nation’s capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.That all changes starting right here and right now, because this moment is your moment.”[/FONT]
has IRI change the position yet?
Has the swamp been drained yet?
 
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Did you see the Ozghal flag next to Zionist flag next do confederate flag in DC? Finally the flag has found its peers. 😂😂😂😂
You do know who is carrying the Shiro Khorshid flags, right? It's not supporters of Pahlavi.

Clue: It's the group which has gained the most over the last four years.

I wonder how their fellow rioters would react if they know about their ideology.
 
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Interested to know the analysis of our pro trump members of the site about today’s events
Very predictable. He has 70 million pissed off voters whose world-view is so different than the prevailing vote that it just makes no sense.

The DNC is as much at fault for this as Trump or the RNC. There was absolutely no reason for such extreme views and actions while Trump was in power. Now, they have created a giant elephant in the room that won't fit through the door. Expect many more years of complete chaos. The US needs healing, not further divide. A continuation of Obama's presidency is not the answer. Most people know that. Even Biden knows it, but he can't do much against the insanity that controls him.

At this rate, Trump and Trumpism will remain a strong current in US politics. The left have been ruthless. The GOP are slowly learning. More divide and clashes expected.
 

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Very predictable. He has 70 million pissed off voters whose world-view is so different than the prevailing vote that it just makes no sense.

The DNC is as much at fault for this as Trump or the RNC. There was absolutely no reason for such extreme views and actions while Trump was in power. Now, they have created a giant elephant in the room that won't fit through the door. Expect many more years of complete chaos. The US needs healing, not further divide. A continuation of Obama's presidency is not the answer. Most people know that. Even Biden knows it, but he can't do much against the insanity that controls him.

At this rate, Trump and Trumpism will remain a strong current in US politics. The left have been ruthless. The GOP are slowly learning. More divide and clashes expected.[/

Except that the terrorists that mobbed the Capitol and cheered and loved by trump, were not necessarily representing 70 million, hardly a fraction. QAnon conspiracy and racist proud boys.
the events of yesterday polarized the country more
It seems that many trump supporters are now disillusioned , creating a rift within the party
Expect formation of a third party, with the core of trump‘S “ patriots“, proud boys
The coup attempt May actually cost trump his political career, he will pass the torch to his beauty queen, his daughter
 
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Except that the terrorists that mobbed the Capitol and cheered and loved by trump, were not necessarily representing 70 million, hardly a fraction.
No different than the antifa/blm terrorist mobs that torched city after city just a few months ago. They're not the majority but they're the most active. Historically, these groups would've been shunned and condemned by the powers at helm. These days they're listened to and encouraged by the media and significant position holders. Biden replacing Trump means little. It's extremism that is gaining momentum on both sides. Everyone can see it.

The next Trump will not be as centrist, and of course Biden is basically a nobody who's controlled by the crazies. The divide is getting wider.
 

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You do know who is carrying the Shiro Khorshid flags, right? It's not supporters of Pahlavi.

Clue: It's the group which has gained the most over the last four years.

I wonder how their fellow rioters would react if they know about their ideology.
Yes, the Ozghals are the Ozghals and scum of the earth. Pahlavi supporters are just a lost cause, these people are Ozghal. Still interesting that they have given up hygiene during Corona. 😷
 
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When will the street signs go up in Tehran, Riyadh and Tel Aviv for
شهيد اشلى ببيت
fars news agency , in order to put down both Neda soltani and “ American democracy” referred to Ashley Babbitt , the QAnon supporter that stormed the Capitol yesterday and was shot, As Nedaye America!

hence shahid Ashley
 

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Someone claimed here that we see destruction only in black populated protests,...well

and many other claims About Not racist America and trump that could only come out of minds not Having lived in the US
You gotta live with them to know them...
 

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Love it, Trump backed senator BOTH lost in Georgia, They elected the first black senator. Order is slowly returning to America.
Slowly the cancer caused by Trump is going to heal. Better days are coming.

Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but man, I don't understand how any human, with a bit of logic and decency for others, can support Trump. Really don't.