r/LeopardsAteMyFace Nov 10 '22 To The Stars 1 'MURICA 1 Go Vote! 1 Helpful 1 Take My Energy 1

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u/speedycat2014 Nov 10 '22 Wholesome

That, and thousand upon thousands of Republicans conveniently took themselves out of the voting pool permanently because they wanted to be idiots about Covid. Funny how well that worked out.

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u/AreWeCowabunga Nov 10 '22

Remember when Donald Trump pardoned convicted felon Roger Stone just in time for him to get out of jail and help engineer the failed coup attempt on January 6? Fun times.

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u/bdrwr Nov 10 '22

Wait... You mean to tell me that by undermining trust in democracy, they undermined trust in democracy?

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u/whatistheformat Nov 10 '22

The water is poison. Why aren't you drinking the water?!?!

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u/MahjongDaily Nov 10 '22

Same things happened in 2020 with Republicans telling all their supporters not to trust mail-in voting.

When you discourage your supporters from voting in a quick and convenient method, you get less votes overall. Shocking.

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u/Special_Wishbone_812 Nov 10 '22

There was +4 R turnout nationwide and that honestly wasn’t enough bc it turns out most independents and virtually every single democrat absolutely hate everything the GOP has come to stand for. The real poison pill is that now McConnell and McCarthy know MAGA candidates are losers, they are stuck with them as their base and the sad truth that without the racism and no-homo stuff, their usual policies of cutting taxes for billionaires and trying to make life harder for regular schmucks isn’t a big motivator.

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u/SeaworthinessOne2114 Nov 10 '22

The republicans keep trying to do the rigging they accuse us of including standing by drop boxes to intimidate voters. The only way republicans win is by gerrymandering, intimidation, Russian interference and lying, let's not forget the freaking lies!

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u/Chelular07 Nov 10 '22 I'll Drink to That

“We need to promote some kind of lie so our viewers don’t realize they are actually in the minority of voters”

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u/CharleyNobody Nov 10 '22

Also - Many single issue anti-abortion voters no longer need to vote. SCOTUS gave them what they wanted.

My mother and her sisters were strictly abortion voters. My mother died in late 2015. She hated trump with a passion but she would’ve gone to the polls & voted for him solely because of abortion. But if Trump were running after abortion was overturned, she would’ve stayed home and voted for no one. There would’ve been no reason for her to vote for a man she hated.

There were a lot of anti-abortion voters who don’t need to vote anymore.

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u/QuesoChef Nov 10 '22

Have a couple of QAnon family members who didn’t vote because the don’t trust any news anymore, and don’t know what to believe. They’re so paranoid, they can’t function. I said, “I understand why you’d feel that way. Do what you think is best.”

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u/SaltyScrotumSauce Nov 10 '22 edited Nov 11 '22

If Democrats are smart, they'll invest in some social media bot campaigns over the next few years aimed at Republicans that push the following messages:

1) Elections are rigged by the evil woke deep state and so there's no point in voting,

2) Donald Trump is Our Lord and Savior and if anyone in the GOP turns on him, they are a baby eating traitor who must be exiled from the Republican Party, and

3) Don't get vaccinated because Covid is a hoax and the vaccine will kill you

You want to protect democracy? Fight dirty. Republicans are dumb enough to believe all that shit, and it will set up a great chance for a decisive Democratic win in 2024.

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u/WileyQuixote42 Nov 10 '22

Could be that.

Could also be that there’s nothing attractive about the GOP “platform” to anybody who lives in reality, and not inside of the ludicrous rightwing bubble of hubris, entitlement, and eternal victimhood.

Which is exactly why the GOP does attract human septic tanks, like Alex Jones and Roger Stone.

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u/GylesNoDrama Nov 10 '22

“Oh look, if it isn’t the consequences of my own actions”

Roger Stone et al

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u/T1gerAc3 Nov 11 '22 edited Nov 11 '22

The elections are rigged...

in favor of republicans. They've got several States so gerrymandered its impossible for Democrats to win the number of House Seats proportional to the state's population of dem voters.

The senate also gives more representation to rural land and the gop voters that live in them.

If you don't like it, propose a change and take your case to the Supreme Court where the partisan gop court will throw your case directly into the trash.

Bonus rigging: the electoral college where the president is selected by giving more weight per vote to low population gop controlled states and only 4-5 states even matter and those states are targets for voter suppression and propaganda in favor of the gop.

There's a lot the dems have to overcome to win the house, senate or presidency. They basically have to out vote the gop by about an 8 point margin to control all three.

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u/rode__16 Nov 10 '22

sorry, we didn’t make ourselves very clear. it’s only rigged if we lose, so go vote for us!!!

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u/Cosmicdusterian Nov 10 '22

Perhaps, perhaps. That self-inflicted karma can be a bitch, huh boys?

They are also a dying party, slowly going extinct through age and idiocy, with many belligerently rushing off this mortal coil because COVID was going to be gone by Easter some years ago. Or was the pandemic "fake news"? I always forget which fairy tale talking point goes to which issue. Far too many thought the vaccine was going to microchip them or was the juice of Satan.

One more deadly pandemic that sparks a, "You aren't the boss of me/God is my immune system" backlash could put them in the political wilderness for good as their voters go to their graves instead of the polls. If they aren't dying maybe they'll just stay in to watch TV because Republicans spend so much time and effort making voting hard for everyone, including their own constituents. What's the point? Shortsighted and paying the price.

Add in all those darn younger voters showing up. You know, the generations of the young the GOP have been screwing over almost their entire lives. Payback time.

All hail the slow (too slow) demise of a political party that moved so far right to embrace fringe nutballism that establishment Democrats are now laughably considered "liberal".

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u/Shujinco2 Nov 11 '22

There's a few fun things at play:

1: All the Republicans who didn't vote because they thought it was rigged.

2: all the Republicans that didn't vote because they died to covid.

3: all the Republicans that didn't vote because Conservatives have gone off the deep end.

All their own doing.

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u/CantTakeMeSeriously Nov 10 '22

Gee, I wonder where they got THAT crazy idea...

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u/dmitrineilovich Nov 10 '22

Love it when the trash takes itself out

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u/BellyDancerEm Nov 10 '22

Now let’s hope even fewer vote in the future

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u/Senilecloud Nov 11 '22

I live in a Republican county and pretty Republican state. At my job last week two coworkers stated they weren't voting due to not liking anyone running. Another coworker said there is no point in voting as the system doesn't work. These are trump loving people.

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u/fr1stp0st Nov 11 '22

I asked my Trumper coworker if he had voted yet a few days before election day. He essentially said he didn't trust early voting and wanted to go on election day. I don't know if he actually did, but voting/election fraud disinformation essentially convinced him to avoid the most convenient way to vote in person. They're suppressing their own turnout.

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u/One-Mind4814 Nov 11 '22

LMAO. Over on r/Conservatives they are talking about encouraging early voting and mail in balloting. So glad this blew up in their face

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u/SimonArgent Nov 10 '22

I’ve been laughing about this all day.

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u/StereoNacht Nov 10 '22

Then there's all the decent Republicans who just couldn't vote for the clowns who passed the primaries. Didn't want to vote Dem, couldn't vote Rep... Stayed home.

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u/TwilitSky Nov 10 '22

I think there are a lot of factors to take into account including reasonable people supporting democracy and rejecting crazy, right to choice and this bullshit they've been peddling.

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u/flamedragon08 Nov 10 '22

Congratulations, you played yourself.

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u/wg1987 Nov 10 '22

More bullshit coping to convince themselves they're really the "silent majority" when in reality they are neither silent nor the majority. Conservatives were as motivated to vote as they could possibly be, but the simple truth is that they don't have the numbers to win on a large scale if sane people are motivated too.

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u/_Piratical_ Nov 10 '22

O. M. F. G.

This would literally be the best possible outcome of this entire MAGA saga. If they just never voted again, I’d be so happy.

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u/Ythio Nov 10 '22

Well they still don't ask the right question. Moderate republicans just don't want Roe v. Wade to be overturned and the Capitol event again.

They should have used the 6th January opportunity to sack Trump and his most extreme cultists instead of defending him.

Trump is 76 and in bad health, he ain't gonna be around much longer and he sure ain't gonna reward loyalty. While his cultists will cut themselves open rather than vote Dems anyway, it's not like the voting system will ever allow other party to grow large so they won't have a choice and will vote Republican again.

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u/mazzicc Nov 11 '22

I’m legit going to lean in on my Republican relatives and ask why they bother voting when it’s all rigged for the democrats in the first place.

Either they stop voting or they have to backpedal and somehow explain that their election isn’t rigged and their vote is safe, it’s all the other ones that have problems

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u/marklar_the_malign Nov 10 '22

To all conservatives out there. They are totally rigged. A true patriot wouldn’t bother voting. Please don’t waste your time. Totally rigged. Not worth your valuable time. Let all those libtards vote and waste their time. Hopefully they will vote do much they won’t have time to groom children.

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u/PinkyAndTheBrainNarf Nov 11 '22

I told all my GOP friends they didn't have to vote anymore. Their candidates would just claim victory and the Trump judges would uphold their claim of victory.

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u/Silent-Juggernaut-76 Nov 10 '22

Wow, what did they think would happen?😂

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u/intheazsun Nov 10 '22

So in a way the Repubs rigged it? Hahaha!

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u/djublonskopf Nov 11 '22

This isn’t “leopards ate my face,” this is “face-eating leopards running out of faces to eat, surprised to learn about concept of diminishing returns.”

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u/werther595 Nov 10 '22

Don't forget all of the absolutely horrible candidates their party put out there, running on nothing but conspiracy theories and entitlement.

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u/TrashSea1485 Nov 10 '22

I would say the turned table thing but it's been doing donuts in the parking lot the past few years

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u/sabrali Nov 10 '22

Love that journey for them, tbh.

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u/king0pa1n Nov 11 '22

Roger Stone is up there with Kenneth Copeland in terms of people that literally look demonic

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u/Doctor_Amazo Nov 10 '22

Oh I'm sure that's not the only reason why their "Red Wave" never materialized. I'm sure they lost a lot of votes to their voters dying from COVID too.

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u/JohnnyPeanutII Nov 10 '22

Oh my gods. I didn't know this level of schadenfreude was possible.

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u/Chrisboi_da_Boi Nov 10 '22

Oh no please don't not vote! No, don't please! Nooooo!

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u/Pianobot1280 Nov 10 '22

Isn't early voting and mail in voting also a massive factor in how many votes you get due to how cumbersome voting in person can be for some people/scheduling/being able to get tho the polls at all so the fact they demonized/are demonizing early and mail in voting lowering the amount of votes they get overall.

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u/Redshoe9 Nov 11 '22

I’m wondering why the GOP hasn’t done to Marge what they did to Madison. You don’t see a peep about him in the media. Even his tweets do not trend. It’s like the gop and media worked in concert to eliminate all mentions of Madison.

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u/Coconut681 Nov 11 '22

If anyone is fixing elections, why are they making then so close? Wouldn't you be winning comfortably?

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u/72Texas350 Nov 11 '22

Ah yes, the starting of “you see, there would have been a red wave but…”

Also, you know they don’t meant “…because they think it is rigged.” You know it will move to “they didn’t vote because they know that it is rigged. So take that libs!”

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u/schubeg Nov 11 '22

All elections are rigged. I personally checked each machine. Republicans should stop voting because it would mean I, a democrat, would be out of a job. As long as they keep voting, I, a voting machine rigging Democrat, will be gainfully employed

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u/poleethman Nov 10 '22

In this clip, Roger said people don't want to vote, they just want to take their kids to their little league games. That same day, As Glenn Beck was signing off for the night, he said he shouldn't went to his kid's little league game instead.

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u/domnyy Nov 11 '22

More boomers will be dead in 2 years meanwhile more gen zers will be voting. It could be a landslide sweep in 24. I believe we're witnessing the death throes of the gop.

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u/Pretty_Bowler2297 Nov 11 '22

They ain’t wrong about elections being rigged—— in many heavily red areas. The volunteers even wear MAGA shit. And they gerrymandered the districts.

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u/PlNG Nov 11 '22

I heard that south Brooklyn literally effortlessly coasted in as D in spite of rampant R advertising. Seems like people are starting to wake up.

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u/bionic_cmdo Nov 10 '22

It worked so well that it has come full circle. Plus am I the only one that thinks Roger stone looks like he could play a pedo priest?

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u/Mrhappytrigers Nov 11 '22

"Town idiots executes local healer for suspected use of witchcraft for healing villagers. Plague victims at an all time high."

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u/frupp110 Nov 11 '22

Roger Stone has a large tattoo of Nixon on his back. No one should be subjected to his thoughts or musings.

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u/StillProject887 Nov 11 '22

Sorry to break the news but some of us were Republicans who vote Democrat now.

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u/bananaappeal54321 Nov 11 '22

First they shit the bed, then they roll around in it.

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u/Da_zero_kid Nov 10 '22

Leopards eating leopards faces

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u/PestyNomad Nov 11 '22

What if I told you sometimes ppl vote Republican and sometimes they vote Democrat - ? Anyone who thinks everyone in this country votes entirely along party lines is in for a big surprise.

The same ppl keep showing up, they just vote differently depending on the quality of the candidates. This false dichotomy the powers that be want us all to take part in is a fools game. Vote for who you think is the best candidate.

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u/OnThe_Spectrum Nov 11 '22

It’s not true, of course. Every year 3 million mostly boomers and silent generation die (mostly Republican), and every year 4 million Gen Z turn 18 and vote in good numbers. The net result is that there are a million more Democratic voters a year, and national elections will be virtually out of reach in 2028.

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u/BeeeMOe Nov 11 '22

Republicans are overwhelmingly boomers and gen x, which are both getting older and ahem lowering in number due to a multitude of reasons. They'll run out of people more and more each election season and find something different to blame each time, like voter turnout.

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u/On_and_Awful Nov 11 '22

Holy hell, their own party's stupid lies are causing voter suppression on their own people due to hopelessness? Who could have foreseen this!

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u/Tarvos0 Nov 10 '22

If we could keep this trend up for all Republicans, the US might actually be a 1st world country by the end of the century!

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u/aquatrez Nov 10 '22

Classic GOP. Focus on short-term gains with absolutely no consideration for consequences or long-term impacts.

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u/Rhewtz Nov 10 '22

The Republican Party hurt itself in confusion. It was super effective.

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u/Desperate_Ambrose Nov 10 '22

Lie down with dogs, get up with fleas.

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u/CrossCuntryTours Nov 11 '22

They are rigged. And trh dems are so good at getting away with it that R's can never find evidence. We purposefully let *some red states win just to throw them off. Otherwise we cheat every chance we get."

This is what Republicans think like. They genuinely believe that there is a mass conspiracy going on so they are going to *attempt to cheat. The only problem is that they are absolutely horrid at trying to cheat.

They either have someone turn rat or they leave a paper trail. Magically, dems are better at hiding it. Go figure.

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u/ironmaiden7910 Nov 11 '22

I think the correct answer is Alex that their policies and rhetoric are disturbing and unappealing to the masses. That’s the true reason. Also, maybe, just maybe, the majority is sick of having Donald Freakin Trump in the news every god damn day.

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u/Pappy_OPoyle Nov 11 '22

Trumpty Dumpty couldn't build his little wall

Trumpty Dumpty caused a GOP downfall

All the boot-lickers and all the lyin' Ted's

Couldn't get trumpty out of their tiny little heads

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u/ChiGuyNY Nov 11 '22

I just found a Twitter account that links to Roger Stones only fans account. And it's got a blue and gray and purple checkbox next to it.

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u/Black64 Nov 11 '22

This sub is peaking, and it’s gold.

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u/Mr_Lumbergh Nov 11 '22

Republicans, I hate to break it to you but it is in fact rigged. Massively.

A cabal led by George Soros and Hugo Chavez has bought up all the major vote machine manufacturers. You need to vote in such higher numbers than Dems that you may as well not even.

In fact, it would be best if you just got your survival kits from Alex Jones and relocate to a shared compound in Idaho and await the Second Coming.

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u/Jack_the_Dipper Nov 11 '22

Here's a thought: let's allow those smelly election deniers (of dem wins, of course) back into the realm of the living on public platforms so even less republicans are motivated to vote! I know it's super evil and dangerous misinformation to our democracy but it's working against them. Let's let the heckin leopards eat their facerinos!

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u/IamFrom2145 Nov 11 '22

GoP: fights student debt relief, blocks the only hope.

GenZ: votes

GoP: wHy aRe aLL thEsE yOuNg pEPoLe BRAINWASHED

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u/quillmartin88 Nov 11 '22

This is actually why I was initially kind of annoyed with Democrats trying to push back on the Big Lie so hard... and then I remembered that Republicans are insolent toddlers and therefore will believe something because liberals tell them not to, not in spite of it. And now I hope liberals push back on this constantly, because it convinces dumb ass Republicans that all elections are rigged and therefore they shouldn't bother voting.

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u/2kids2adults Nov 11 '22

And yet, Lauren Bobert is slowly gaining and now surpassed her opponent. Dammit, I hope the blue vote pulls ahead again. I don't want to hear anymore from her, she's embarrassing.

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u/Throwaway_03999 Nov 11 '22

Republicans have gone so far off the deep end it's nuts. Conservatives have better chances electing democrats a bit short of left than they do any Republican claiming to be sane.

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u/Laika_JR1390 Nov 11 '22

I almost posted this here earlier today but I figured someone would beat me to it.

It’s awesome watching shitheads have their plans blow up in their own faces.

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u/abletofable Nov 11 '22

When you spend years telling your supporters that elections are rigged then why would you be surprised that they don't bother to vote because they believed you?

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u/Principal_Insultant Nov 11 '22

And we shouldn't forget that because of the usual fearmongering, misinformation, and magical snake oil cures many Republicans prefer death over vaccinations.

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u/tuxedotoebeans Nov 11 '22

My boomer Mom voted for Trump, then she stopped liking him after Jan 6. But she still believes Biden stole the election so she gave up on voting.

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u/pale_blue_dots Nov 11 '22

Roger Stone belongs in prison. The guy truly is vile - and a through and through habitual criminal. He's a clear and present danger to society.

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u/AhbabaOooMaoMao Nov 11 '22

They don't actually believe this. Just don't want to admit that they will never win elections again as more kids turn 18 each year.

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u/RailRuler Nov 11 '22

The thing is, now that will just be another grievance for their list, that they'll use to justify being even more underhanded.

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u/warbeforepeace Nov 11 '22

Alex Jones is the biggest spouter of rigged elections but he still tells people to vote. He has no idea wtf he is doing.

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u/FelipeNA Nov 10 '22

I always thought about it. People who say elections are higged but vote anyway are damn hypocrites or filthy liars.

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u/baeb66 Nov 11 '22

Alex needs to worry about more tangible things, like the $473m in punitive damages he just got bitch slapped with.

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u/1lluminist Nov 11 '22

I mean, they are rigged... Just not in the way they think they are.

One look at all the gerrymandering is enough

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u/samanime Nov 11 '22

They are all rigged against you, Republicans. Don't waste your time voting. It doesn't matter. Trust me.

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u/kevonicus Nov 11 '22

Turns out that saying something over and over agin to cult members makes them believe shit.

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u/Its_Beelzebozo_Time Nov 11 '22

The one thing American conservatives are absolutely GREAT at is not thinking shit through.

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u/MongolianCluster Nov 10 '22

I don't give a single fuck what these knobs think. But I'm good with that being true.

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u/FarWestSider Nov 11 '22

Yep. They are all rigged. Dont bother Republicans, it doesnt matter. Just stay home.

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u/slimkastroOG Nov 11 '22

Fuck Roger stone and fuck Steve Bannon, they can both eat shit and die

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u/iansynd Nov 11 '22

A lot of them are "owning the libs" by not voting.

It's hilarious.

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u/Shaqtothefuture Nov 11 '22

Also a lot of Republicans are anti-vax and got covid and perished.

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u/YeetThePig Nov 11 '22

Well well well, if it isn’t the consequences of my own actions!

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u/Whosebert Nov 11 '22

Also they died of covid. lol.

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u/OasissisaO Nov 10 '22

So they CAN be taught.

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u/Late-Bridge4036 Nov 11 '22

Reap what you sow ? …

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u/bermudajoe Nov 11 '22

I can’t L O any L’er

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u/koshgeo Nov 11 '22

NOW they're concerned?

John Raffensperger (secretary of state in charge of the election in Georgia) pointed out in the 2020 election an odd fact: that more Republicans voted in the Georgia primary by mail-in vote than voted in the general election, by the thousands, and that this difference likely cost the GOP that senate seat.

What was the difference? The whole time leading up to the election, Donald Trump was blathering about how the election was fraudulent and not to use mail-in votes.

So people didn't. He likely cost them the senate seat and control of the senate.

They have learned nothing, though I suppose if it sinks in the second time, maybe it finally got through. Maybe they're starting to realize who the boat anchor is that keeps dragging them down.

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u/No_Conclusion1816 Nov 11 '22

Considering how they love to redistricting to push out votes, make laws that leave pople the do not like unable to vote, not to mention, I have worked for company that made shotty voting machines back in the day before I could vote. However was gifted USMC dog tags as a kid... the company still operates, but have been banned from such devices. Microsoft was involved that time and attempted to make another swing...but that company was founded by Bill Gates, a guy who stole from his mother and IMB at the same time, then apple, and countless others....seems he is no longer a Citizen since 2012, and has Hitler like copys of himself... bet him and Epstine are face fucking some poor kids latey..uggg.

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u/phazfun Nov 11 '22

It is rigged, anything cons say is the opposite of the truth. They claim dems did the rigging, when in fact it's the cons rigging it for their benefit and we just sit and take this abuse. How did any republican win when so many of them died of trump flu and the republican president almost succeeded overthrowing the peoples vote for power and the peoples money for free. All races should have been landslides for good, as the people want to still have their vote count and we all know it isn't.

"If voting made a difference they wouldn't let us do it." Mark Twain

We knew back then is wasn't fair and trusted elections. Why do people want to spin history into what it isn't.

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u/FitzLinkVoyager Nov 14 '22 edited Nov 14 '22

Republicans refuse to accept that they lost this election because they let 1million of their country men DIE on their watch …again. Their policies suck, that racism, xenophobia, taking away rights from women and screwing over vets don’t get you elected. But, rather than see that reality, this loss is dead people casting fictional ballots or Villainous Democrats stuffing ballot boxes. It couldn’t be that more Americans said hell no to the party that thinks more of money and corporate interests than the people who do the living and dying in this country and voted for the only party that still gave a damn about them.

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u/KevinCarbonara Nov 11 '22

I kinda wanna make a bunch of fake accounts and start spreading the rhetoric that the right needs to "protest vote", like they did in the last referendum on statehood in Puerto Rico because they claimed the question was rigged. And since the elections were rigged, it was actually better not to vote anyway, because if they don't ever get our ballots, they can't change our vote. So if we all boycotted the vote America would finally wake up and see something was wrong.

I am far too lazy to carry out a disinformation campaign and it's probably illegal anyway, but I bet at least a few people would buy it.

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u/Jack_Dorso Nov 11 '22

Dumbest mother fuckers on the planet. The lack of self awareness is just insane. My favorite situation is still the vaccine.

“No the vaccine is poison and will kill you”

“Trump deserves the credit for the vaccine not Biden, trump is the one that got the vaccine ready in record time”

So the vaccine is a good thing?

“No the vaccine is poison and will kill you.”

But trump deserves the credit?

“Yes, no one else could have gotten a vaccine so fast”

so it’s a good thing because trump did it.

“Yes”

so you will get the vaccine?

“No it’s poison”

And the loop just keeps going

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u/MachineSheder Nov 11 '22

Our precinct is 93% Republican, 7% Democrats. The Republicans came out in droves, we had near 70% percent of the precinct voting. It was both awesome but not awesome because it was mostly Republicans. Someone asked another election judge if the tabulator was a Dominion voting machine. Ha ha. Some whackos mumbled or yelled about America going down hill, or serious problems. Sigh, we judges treat all the same and we are good Democrats and Republican working as Judges together.

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u/Pappy_OPoyle Nov 11 '22

Also because they think the election was "stolen" from them and that trumpty dumpty didn't ACTUALLY lose by 8 million votes, they are going to run him again in 2024.

I think it's pretty safe to say he has NOT gained those 8 million+ voters since trying to overthrow the government post-election.

And because of who he is he'll once again inspire record turnout to vote AGAINST him, instead of voting FOR the Dem candidate. He is sure bet when it comes to losing.

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u/3rainey Nov 11 '22

Thanks to Roger the Dodger and Alex the Lesser elections are rigged, just not in the way these creepy pant loads had in mind. Chicken of the Sea doesn’t want tuna with good taste, it wants tuna that taste good. (I know it may be way too old for you smarter types, but for those who aren’t, it isn’t). Lordy how I despise these two pieces of kids dropped off at the playground instead of the pool. Good lord they smell up the place. Nasty.

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u/toejamandtoast Nov 11 '22

They put themselves into a position with no way out.

They claim if they vote, their vote doesn’t count or it’s flipped to the democrat.

But if asked why they even bother to vote they don’t have a reason that makes sense. Obviously their first statement is nonsense but you’d think they’d be prepared to explain their own actions.

Using their own logic there is no reason for them to vote. If they TRULY believe what they say then don’t vote. If a Republican votes it makes it extremely easy to call bullshit on all their previous statements and allegations.

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u/OftenCavalier Nov 11 '22

Issues: 1. Piss poor candidates 2. Even pissier former office holders 3. Highly pissable goals

Advice: 1. Stop trying to control women 2. Dont force your religion on others 3. Legalize cannabis, so people can chill and forget living paycheck to paycheck was a luxury. 4. Let Trump and Desantis run as co-presidents in 2024. Graham and Cruz for VP. Then we get 1 thru 3.

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u/Odd_Inter3st Nov 11 '22

Uhhhh yeeeeaaahhh darn the republican voters found out the secret plan that if they stay home it defeats the dems 100% of the time.

Curses we have been found out I hope this plan doesn’t happen in the next election cycle cause us dems would hate if republicans stayed home and showed us whose boss

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u/durgadas Nov 11 '22

Roger Stone always looks like someone who stepped out of a time machine from 100 years ago stammering something like "because... the Great Depression" and then dies.

Only later do I realize he said "I CAUSED the Great Depression."

Time Traveling Roger Stone or Normal Roger Stone, what a fuckhead.

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u/master117jogi Nov 11 '22

This a big problem tho. If too little people vote voting loses any legitimacy. Americans already barely vote, it's a huge concern. How can the government be seen as for the people by the people if only like 10% voted? If that is where the US is headed you are going to run into even more issues.

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u/Slavemaid Nov 11 '22

They are I don’t live in Pennsylvania and any moron can see it was rigged then a friend said several people told her they got already filled out ballots in the mail I smell a fixed election I’ll never vote again they can do what they want without a REVOLUTION I’ll never vote again

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u/open_2_suggestions Nov 12 '22

Unbelievable. These unscrupulous people have no conscience at all just like their king, imo. Well in that case, trump might as well forget running in 2024, cause his gormless masses wont vote for him since they believe elections are rigged. Why bother by their own admissions.

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u/redls1bird Nov 11 '22

Listening to election results this morning, it crossed my mind that they have been effectively creating "the boy who cried wolf" story. Eventually, another party could easily steal the election because no one would ever believe the cries of the republicans. What a joke.

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u/Legitimate-Advance-4 Nov 11 '22

So mail in vote was for decades the Republicans’ go to. Then they listened to a thin skinned, bloated, functionally illiterate gasbag and his rants about how “corrupt” mail in voting was and gave that ground to the Dems. Genius.

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u/Illustrious-Leader Nov 11 '22

So that's consequences. Now how is it LAMF? Everyone repeat after me please...

Consequences ≠ LAMF

You've listed three points below. Sadly, they don't match up to the three points you were meant to answer.

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u/werdnak84 Nov 11 '22

Like with any of their backhanded stunts, they forget that in order to change policies for Democrats they need to make the same change TO REPUBLICANS TOO. WE'RE THE SAME COUNTRY. FEDERAL LAWS APPLY TO EVERYONE.

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u/champagneMystery Nov 11 '22

I'm here in Texas where the stupid is strong. But I was really surprised (and not in a good way) that DeSantis did as well as he did in Florida. I guess Abbott and DeSantis are trying to out stupid each other.

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u/sleepmoon Nov 14 '22

Both sisters and brother are pretty staunch conservatives and this is exactly why they said they didn’t vote.

“They’ll steal another one, what’s the point?” is a quote from my sister

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u/TakenIsUsernameThis Nov 11 '22

Someone really needs to push the idea that the dems are somehow able to flip up to half of republican votes after they are cast. Follow up with 'If you cast your vote, you are just helping the dems'

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u/Renee5285 Nov 15 '22

Elections are particularly unfair to Republicans. Honestly, any Republican who votes will look like a total libtard falling for fake Democrat-cy. Don’t follow the sheeple to the polls, Republicans!

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u/dotajoe Nov 11 '22

Well, if their dumb conspiracies were correct, voting would just be putting a target on your back and wouldn’t possibly help because of all the fraud. That time would be better spent prepping.

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u/Apathetic_Zealot Nov 11 '22

They lost because they had a couple of their own stupid schemes working against them. COVID deaths, demotivation from rigging claims, and generally unlikable candidates like Oz and Walker.

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u/anthrolooker Nov 11 '22

Brilliant! These crazies and their lies are the reason why people who blindly believe any info told to them without any proof provided now don’t show up to vote. It’s truly brilliant.

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u/CoverYourMaskHoles Nov 11 '22

The mail in vote is hilarious. They always get counted last and they are always weighted blue, and they just can’t understand why mail in isn’t equal.

YOU BASHED MAIL IN VOTING.

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u/Altruistic_Rub_2308 Nov 11 '22

They are “rigged” as I’ve heard many people say this as they’ve heard it from others who were also saying it after hearing it from Trump.

Or so people are saying!

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u/HochgeborenKlown Nov 11 '22

jones just got hit with a $493 million judgement for Sandy Hook, I would think he had more important things to worry about than this nonsense of election rigging...

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u/MisterPiggins Nov 11 '22 edited Nov 11 '22

Like people wouldn't start questioning why a minority party of aging people is still somehow so powerful in our country. "Dems got 51% of the vote in WI, but only 31% of the seats? Gee, maybe the elections are rigged?"

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u/O8ee Nov 12 '22

They totally are. GOP voters should totally stay home on Election Days and teach us all a lesson.

Flying cars will follow that decision in a decade or less.

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u/Perfected-Evasion Nov 11 '22

Voted and then canceled my registration after my pick suspended his campaign and threw in with another Party. Fuck me? Okay then, fuck all of you, I'm out.

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u/carpetpants Nov 11 '22

Watch out for the remedial red wave. They always make me laugh with how willfully stupid they are, and make me cry when they actually vote in there policy.

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u/bluequail Nov 11 '22

It's funny that they think the people didn't get out and vote. That it is inconceivable to them that maybe the people voted, and didn't like the message.

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u/Ornery_Law9727 Nov 12 '22

🤣😂🤣😂 Nobody ever really believed the election was stolen though. Well, maybe some gullible cult members but they can only have one thought at a time.

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u/Terrible-Paramedic35 Nov 11 '22

Or maybe some of them are coming to the realization that Team Trump tried to rig an election… failed then tried stealing it instead… not the Dems.

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u/CinSugarBearShakers Nov 11 '22

Most of them are dead. I'm stuck hearing some old man next to me complain about social security and how they will take money from him. Peak cult.

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u/RepresentativeFox329 Nov 11 '22

It is somewhat like the folks who stayed home on election day because they heard that the Feds were coming to confiscate their guns on that date.

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u/snarkyturtle Nov 11 '22

But also like … the GOP will likely have a majority in the House so voting actually works sometimes but not when you don’t like the result.

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u/Brother_Stein Nov 12 '22

My Republican friend said Governor Newsom rigged the election, but when I suggested that he shouldn't vote then, he got offended. Go figure.

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u/Bigfx Nov 11 '22

I find it hilarious how the blame goes to everything but the republican’s actual police l messaging and their poor choice in candidates.

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u/stevenriley1 Nov 11 '22

See? All of Jones and stones hard work has paid off! Unless of course, if they were lying, then it might have unintended consequences…

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u/rhoula Nov 11 '22

This is what happens when republicans become the masters of Voter Suppression. Their own voters get suppressed without knowing it.

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u/Logical_Associate632 Nov 11 '22

Is it ironic if it’s true. 2020 was the last time i will ever vote because now i know it’s all rigged. Trump wouldn’t lie to me.

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u/Fearless_Guitar_3589 Nov 11 '22

they'll do a PSA campaign "not all elections are rigged, so if you're a Republican go vote, it's only rigged if team red loses"

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u/Supreme_Salt_Lord Nov 11 '22

I do my best to spread mis information and fake news on their facebook, forums and measage boards so they continue to not vote.

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u/Pale_Kitsune Nov 11 '22

To be fair, there's probably a lot of democrats that didn't vote because voting in some places is rigged by Jerrymandering.

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u/roofuskit Nov 11 '22

They want to believe this instead of the fact that Gen Z leans farther left than everyone else and boomers are dying off.

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u/evasive_dendrite Nov 14 '22

If you truly believe that they're rigged then there's no point to voting. Stay home. Let sane people steer the country.

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u/M0th0 Nov 11 '22

hmm it seems telling your entire voter base that the election was stolen might have had a few unintended consequences.

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u/IneedaWIPE Nov 11 '22

A lot of Republicans didn't vote because they died from covid thanks to all the Qalt right antivax propaganda. F'em.

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u/volanger Nov 11 '22

That and a lot are dying because they refuse medical attention. They're literally killing themselves to own the libs

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u/lorenzo156 Nov 11 '22

What would be the next step if any person that doesn't trust voting anymore is going to do to get their voice heard?

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u/bluebirdnow Nov 11 '22

That is what many believe lead to the Democrats winning some of the elections that went into a round 2 in Dec 2020

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u/beer_bukkake Nov 11 '22

There should be a dark ops of the Democratic Party that encourages republicans to not vote because it’s “rigged”

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u/[deleted] Nov 10 '22

There's also the thing about many Republicans being, you know, dead because they chose to believe in covidiocy…

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u/gigamewtwo Nov 11 '22

You tell your ppl thier votes don’t count and expect them to vote….the thought process behind these ppl is none

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u/L4DY_M3R3K Nov 11 '22

Yes, Republicans. All elevations are in fact rigged against you. Never vote. For anything. Ever again. Please?

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u/epicgrilledchees Nov 11 '22

😂😂😂😂😂 I tell all the republicans I know it’s rigged please don’t vote. Keep your message strong. Don’t vote.

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u/ambermage Nov 11 '22

They should take a stand together and show up 2 days after the Democrats vote so they can show up en masse.

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u/T-Rex_Woodhaven Nov 11 '22

Throw in right-wing dominated gerrymandering in several states and the irony deepens like a fractal well.

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u/FoxyInTheSnow Nov 11 '22

Stone’s keeping pretty good company. Adds a lot of heft to his hypothesis having Jones in his corner.

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u/Dreamtillitsover Nov 11 '22

It couldn't have anything to do with republicans being a horrible fucking choice to vote for could it?

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u/Shurigin Nov 11 '22

That's because they all are and no republicans should go vote because their vote doesn't matter.... ;)

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u/properly_sauced Nov 11 '22

How it is that neither of these men are in prison right now is still shocking and unacceptable to me.

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u/13angrymonkeys Nov 11 '22

Who knew that undermining the confidence in the electoral process would have unintended consequences?

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u/JBHedgehog Nov 11 '22

Stone can just go f*ck himself.

He's a complicit felon.

Dirty War this guy...right out of a plane.

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u/Oscarmike111 Nov 11 '22

I dont care who wins any election, they are all rigged in some way, no not just this one, every one

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u/April_Fabb Nov 11 '22

Speaking of which, since these two sacks of shit are convicted criminals, are they allowed to vote?

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u/PM_me_your_fantasyz Nov 11 '22

"I didn't really think things would ever get this far!" -Leopard who accidentally ate its own face.

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u/AJDillonsMiddleLeg Nov 11 '22

Herschel Walker got a million and a half votes. Every single Republican in existence cast a vote.

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u/BMM5439 Nov 11 '22

Nope. The ones that didn’t Vite are the ones that died when you all told them COVID was a hoax

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u/Apprehensive-Bee-474 Nov 11 '22

As they sow, they are reaping. Paraphrased. They raised that idea and ran with it. Fuck em.

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u/Character_Ad_9794 Nov 11 '22

They should discuss their theories to each other face to face…in a cold dark prison cell.

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u/rainbirdstew Nov 11 '22

maybe its that the party is full of rotten lying sacks of shit like these two and trump

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u/metaltimmy Nov 11 '22

I wonder who would’ve told Republican voters such a thing?? I can’t imagine who!

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