Saturday, 12 November 2016

We Have To Create A Culture That Won’t Vote For Trump   - The Establishment

quote [ You can make whatever excuses you want—you can talk about how Hillary was unlikeable, how Bernie would have been better, how the Rust Belt just wants jobs—you can say all that, but it doesn’t matter. Because what Trump loudly and openly promised was White Supremacist Patriarchy. He didn't hide it. ]

White people need to recognise what's happening, and stop fucking apologising for it an excusing it, and actually do something.
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[by Dalillama]
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kylemcbitch said @ 9:25am GMT on 12th November
Again, because the democrats FAILED them. That is why it started, as I clearly said:

it should be no surprise that the places that once were both Democratic stronghold and Union strongholds flipped this election. Frankly, it was just a matter of time, and running someone named Clinton was just the catalyst for those disenfranchised to finally say enough was enough.

They were already pissed, this just gave them their "come to Jesus" moment.


kylemcbitch said @ 9:26am GMT on 12th November
Again, because the democrats FAILED them. That is why it started, as I clearly said:

it should be no surprise that the places that once were both Democratic stronghold and Union strongholds flipped this election. Frankly, it was just a matter of time, and running someone named Clinton was just the catalyst for those disenfranchised to finally say enough was enough.


and

The Rust Belt has been electing more and more Republicans over the years, though at a trickle. Now that you ran someone named Clinton, it was a deluge. That is not a coincidence.

They were already pissed, this just gave them their "come to Jesus" moment.


kylemcbitch said @ 9:28am GMT on 12th November
Again, because the democrats FAILED them. That is why it started, as I clearly said:

it should be no surprise that the places that once were both Democratic stronghold and Union strongholds flipped this election. Frankly, it was just a matter of time, and running someone named Clinton was just the catalyst for those disenfranchised to finally say enough was enough.


and

The Rust Belt has been electing more and more Republicans over the years, though at a trickle. Now that you ran someone named Clinton, it was a deluge. That is not a coincidence.

They were already pissed, this just gave them their "come to Jesus" moment.

It is imperative that this be understood by people if those of us on the left plan to fix this shit. We can not currently win a presidential election without the Rust Belt, not unless we can get 40 odd electoral votes from the south or midwest.... good luck with that.



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kylemcbitch said @ 9:25am GMT on 12th November
Again, because the democrats FAILED them. That is why it started, as I clearly said:

it should be no surprise that the places that once were both Democratic stronghold and Union strongholds flipped this election. Frankly, it was just a matter of time, and running someone named Clinton was just the catalyst for those disenfranchised to finally say enough was enough.


and

The Rust Belt has been electing more and more Republicans over the years, though at a trickle. Now that you ran someone named Clinton, it was a deluge. That is not a coincidence.

They were already pissed, this just gave them their "come to Jesus" moment.

It is imperative that this be understood by people if those of us on the left plan to fix this shit. We can not currently win a presidential election without the Rust Belt, not unless we can get 40 odd electoral votes from the south or midwest.... good luck with that.




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