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Hopium wrote

You'll be better-informed if you simply disregard everything thegatewaypundit.com says. They lie.

As for Trump, he was an authoritarian rather than a libertarian.

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Quantum01 OP wrote (edited )

really? in what way? i dont view him as authoritarian.

i view biden/harris as authoritarian. theyre for huge government. they want to regulate everything.

also, i heed your warning on the website this article came from.

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Bezotcovschina wrote

I heard some reports that he did deregulate a lot of shit for "small businesses", but don't take my words as a prime source.

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Quantum01 OP wrote

this is primarily what i mean, he helped small businesses and i was also speaking to the deregulation of the fda which was what played a big role in getting the vaccine to where it is today.

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masque wrote

You know raddle is generally a pro-antifa website, right? The social media posts by Coomer in this article are no more radical than what gets posted on raddle on a regular basis.

Also, the fact that one employee involved in designing voting machines has strong political beliefs does not in any way imply that the company was engaged in massive voter fraud.

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Quantum01 OP wrote

yes, i am aware of my environment and i know the ramifications of posting this stuff on here. theres a difference to me in someone writitng this shit on raddle than an actual publication though.

also, it kinda does when he is the VP. he has enough power to control what happens, also, if he is the VP you can probably garuntee that he hires who he wants. meaning that he could control his underlings to do as he believes because their belief system is the same.

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masque wrote (edited )

There are no "actual publications" involved here. Also, the posts are honestly not that radical. Lots of "Trump is a fascist" and liking radical music, but the only thing that even mildly suggests that he would be willing to take illegal action is a paraphrase from a less-than-trustworthy source, not backed up by any screenshots, which is itself too vague to imply anything illegal. Really, all we know about Coomer is that he doesn't like Trump. I'm sure there are plenty of higher-ups at Dominion who don't like Biden, but I don't suppose that you'd consider that evidence of anything?

also, it kinda does when he is the VP. he has enough power to control what happens, also, if he is the VP you can probably garuntee that he hires who he wants. meaning that he could control his underlings to do as he believes because their belief system is the same.

What do you think the "belief system" involved here is? There are millions of people in the US who would say "Trump is a fascist" on Facebook, but only a tiny fraction of them would consider committing massive election fraud, and I don't see how you would identify those people during the hiring process. But the bigger issue is that actually modifying the voting machines would mostly be a job for the lower-level software developers, who are definitely not hired directly by the VP of Engineering. This idea that anything in this article is concerning is basically totally vacuous.

There has not been any credible evidence of election fraud in this election, and people who want there to have been are grasping at straws at this point.

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