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You don't need "REAL" violence to suppress the vote, a bunch of fascist democracy hating yahoos with their rifles strapped to their backs hanging around polling places can also work wonders to intimidate voters.

Republicans hate democracy. We have the proof, we have the videos.

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36 minutes ago, micknaboz said:

You don't need "REAL" violence to suppress the vote, a bunch of fascist democracy hating yahoos with their rifles strapped to their backs hanging around polling places can also work wonders to intimidate voters.

Republicans hate democracy. We have the proof, we have the videos.

Hello, Fascist/Communist/Leftist!!  Prove your assertions.  Sadly, you cannot. 

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37 minutes ago, micknaboz said:

You don't need "REAL" violence to suppress the vote, a bunch of fascist democracy hating yahoos with their rifles strapped to their backs hanging around polling places can also work wonders to intimidate voters.

Republicans hate democracy. We have the proof, we have the videos.

Do they even need guns?

What if those toothless mullet wearing fucks simply drove around in their jacked up pick up trucks with the oversized tires playing this song loudly on their 5K watt sound systems?

It gave me the shits just to link it here.

 

 

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Spiked, a couple things:

1. This is a non presidential election.  Most people won't even "get out the vote today."  Due to the dumb as a box of rocks and crazier than ICR nature of the electorate, most Americans think that the president is the only vote that matters.  Things like Congress and every 2 and every 6 confuses a lot of them.  So not a lot of turn out will be seen.

1b.  When states like Kansas have a referendum on something like abortion a lot people think they already voted and don't understand that that was a special vote

2. That is not to say there won't be violence.  However, in midterm elections its not quite the same fever pitch as it is during presidential years. 

3. If there is violence it will be in a close election.  Mass shootings, hostage taking, riots, and other federal felonies are likely to take place if the demonized other wins. 

Disclaimer: I will be accused of Hipkat and ICweiner of plotting a gun crime even though I don't like or own guns, and killing people is not my thing

That said, I could see lots of blood running in the streets in closely contested elections especially if the results are not known tonight or early tomorrow morning.  The right wing nut jobs might start shooting in districts if the votes aren't known sometime tomorrow.  The schizowoke Dems will riot and burn things if a Trumptard wins by less than 10,000 votes and there is not a recount.

More violence is possible when the new congress, governors, and state legislatures are sworn in.

So if you want violence, don't get disappointed if the country doesn't start looking like the Purge tonight.  After all the shit show didn't take place until early Jan last time. 
Now for the really sick, I'd go with the over/under at about 100 total deaths directly linked to the vote, vote counting, and swearing in process of this election. 

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14 minutes ago, Herodotus said:

Spiked, a couple things:

1. This is a non presidential election.  Most people won't even "get out the vote today."  Due to the dumb as a box of rocks and crazier than ICR nature of the electorate, most Americans think that the president is the only vote that matters.  Things like Congress and every 2 and every 6 confuses a lot of them.  So not a lot of turn out will be seen.

1b.  When states like Kansas have a referendum on something like abortion a lot people think they already voted and don't understand that that was a special vote

2. That is not to say there won't be violence.  However, in midterm elections its not quite the same fever pitch as it is during presidential years. 

3. If there is violence it will be in a close election.  Mass shootings, hostage taking, riots, and other federal felonies are likely to take place if the demonized other wins. 

Disclaimer: I will be accused of Hipkat and ICweiner of plotting a gun crime even though I don't like or own guns, and killing people is not my thing

That said, I could see lots of blood running in the streets in closely contested elections especially if the results are not known tonight or early tomorrow morning.  The right wing nut jobs might start shooting in districts if the votes aren't known sometime tomorrow.  The schizowoke Dems will riot and burn things if a Trumptard wins by less than 10,000 votes and there is not a recount.

More violence is possible when the new congress, governors, and state legislatures are sworn in.

So if you want violence, don't get disappointed if the country doesn't start looking like the Purge tonight.  After all the shit show didn't take place until early Jan last time. 
Now for the really sick, I'd go with the over/under at about 100 total deaths directly linked to the vote, vote counting, and swearing in process of this election. 

I love how if I say something a single time you'll lose your absolute shit over it for months while telling me I'M mentally unwell.

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51 minutes ago, Herodotus said:

Spiked, a couple things:

1. This is a non presidential election.  Most people won't even "get out the vote today."  Due to the dumb as a box of rocks and crazier than ICR nature of the electorate, most Americans think that the president is the only vote that matters.  Things like Congress and every 2 and every 6 confuses a lot of them.  So not a lot of turn out will be seen.

1b.  When states like Kansas have a referendum on something like abortion a lot people think they already voted and don't understand that that was a special vote

2. That is not to say there won't be violence.  However, in midterm elections its not quite the same fever pitch as it is during presidential years. 

3. If there is violence it will be in a close election.  Mass shootings, hostage taking, riots, and other federal felonies are likely to take place if the demonized other wins. 

Disclaimer: I will be accused of Hipkat and ICweiner of plotting a gun crime even though I don't like or own guns, and killing people is not my thing

That said, I could see lots of blood running in the streets in closely contested elections especially if the results are not known tonight or early tomorrow morning.  The right wing nut jobs might start shooting in districts if the votes aren't known sometime tomorrow.  The schizowoke Dems will riot and burn things if a Trumptard wins by less than 10,000 votes and there is not a recount.

More violence is possible when the new congress, governors, and state legislatures are sworn in.

So if you want violence, don't get disappointed if the country doesn't start looking like the Purge tonight.  After all the shit show didn't take place until early Jan last time. 
Now for the really sick, I'd go with the over/under at about 100 total deaths directly linked to the vote, vote counting, and swearing in process of this election. 

Shit!!!

Now I smell gas.

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6 hours ago, SpikedLemonade said:

Do they even need guns?

What if those toothless mullet wearing fucks simply drove around in their jacked up pick up trucks with the oversized tires playing this song loudly on their 5K watt sound systems?

It gave me the shits just to link it here.

 

 

Why don’t you just wear a diaper, motherfucker? 🤣🤣

Hey! Why did your buddy take away the laugh emoji? Maybe he just wants a serious site with serious discussions?

a no-ban site that allows people telling others to kills themselves, racial family mockery, threats of violence (calmed waaay the fuck down lately), call out threads, but no kidding around? 
 

I wish he’d sell it to someone who cares (HK?)

 

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3 hours ago, SpikedLemonade said:

Hearing this guy's "music" these days is like hearing the sound of cat sliding down a chalkboard nails first after being shot there by a t-shirt cannon...

 

CAT SCRATCH FEVER, MAN!!!

 

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On 11/8/2022 at 5:52 PM, SpikedLemonade said:

Shit!!!

Now I smell gas.

IF you are looking for violence, I'd look on Georgia around the time of the runoff election.  Inaugurations at various state capitols are also possible.  Again, keep in mind the crazies only came out to play in January last time.

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5 minutes ago, Herodotus said:

IF you are looking for violence, I'd look on Georgia around the time of the runoff election.  Inaugurations at various state capitols are also possible.  Again, keep in mind the crazies only came out to play in January last time.

I'm mildly hopeful that the failure of the "red wave" to materialize will reduce the likelihood of violence this time around.  When exit polls indicate that Jan 6 stuff was one of the big issues for voters, the GOP would have to be COMPLEEEEEEEEETELY out of touch to let "election integrity" narratives drive more violence and gift-wrap Dems the same provably-winning campaign weapon in perpetuity.  

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7 hours ago, Herodotus said:

IF you are looking for violence, I'd look on Georgia around the time of the runoff election.  Inaugurations at various state capitols are also possible.  Again, keep in mind the crazies only came out to play in January last time.

I am a Jesuit -- the last thing I wish is violence.

However, I am a Canadian with a keen observation of what has, is and will happen south of our border.

I don't want American violence.

I just expect it.

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1 hour ago, Herodotus said:

  Also, remember that we don't currently have a politician urging violence.  Last, its still early.  

That is a notable detail this time around.  If you hear what right-wing pundits are saying, the narrative is "people rejected our message" which is a tacit acknowledgement that the results are legitimate.  The race where I think that may still happen is Kari Lake in Arizona.  She's insane enough to pull a Trump.

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47 minutes ago, ICRockets2 said:

That is a notable detail this time around.  If you hear what right-wing pundits are saying, the narrative is "people rejected our message" which is a tacit acknowledgement that the results are legitimate.  The race where I think that may still happen is Kari Lake in Arizona.  She's insane enough to pull a Trump.

My guess is still Georgia, but then the racists who were over represented in Trump's base in the south may have actually stayed home because of the one thing about Herschel Walker that honestly shouldn't be an issue, namely the color of his skin.  Zona? Maybe, but then like I said its the midterms and they don't tend to have the unending rage of a presidential election.  I mean some races do, but most don't.  By the way, who knew but I think Alaska should be studied as I like their ranked voting system.  It might be an interesting thing that could possibly shatter the duopoly and lead to real reform.  

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7 hours ago, Herodotus said:

My guess is still Georgia, but then the racists who were over represented in Trump's base in the south may have actually stayed home because of the one thing about Herschel Walker that honestly shouldn't be an issue, namely the color of his skin.  Zona? Maybe, but then like I said its the midterms and they don't tend to have the unending rage of a presidential election.  I mean some races do, but most don't.  By the way, who knew but I think Alaska should be studied as I like their ranked voting system.  It might be an interesting thing that could possibly shatter the duopoly and lead to real reform.  

You think millions of people you have never met are racist because they voted for Trump? How does it feel to be an ignorant bigot?

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1 hour ago, Very Wide Right said:

You think millions of people you have never met are racist because they voted for Trump? How does it feel to be an ignorant bigot?

Let me ask you a question.

Who do you think Racists/White Nationalists vote for, Democrats or Republicans?

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1 hour ago, HipKat said:

Let me ask you a question.

Who do you think Racists/White Nationalists vote for, Democrats or Republicans?

I can't answer that question because I don't know anybody who falls into that category. I know before the civil war the racists and proponents of slavery were democrats and I assume voted for democrats.

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