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What if I were to reveal to you that Donald Trump is the product of a covert military program to create a human/pumpkin hybrid?
Networks like OANN won't touch this because they're ruled by their sponsors and advertisers, but it's as real as the recent election fraud. Prove me wrong.5 AnswersPolitics7 hours ago
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You have a Prime Minister and Queen Elizabeth II as head of government and head of state. I understand that the Governor-General is the Queen’s representative, but there is already a Royal Family with people who don’t do much.
Why not get rid of the Governor-General and either have the Queen travel to Canada when needed or get someone from the Royal Family to move to Canada?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved to the US; why not get them to reside in Canada and be the Queen’s representative as needed?13 AnswersRoyalty3 days ago
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If you genuinely think someone "created" the Covid pandemic to attack Trump, you are not living in the real world. Get over the conspiracy theories.
He was a poor president even before the pandemic -- unfit, unqualified, a narcissistic compulsive liar who tried to solicit interference in our election process from a foreign power. He accomplished very little, he damaged our reputation with international friends and allies, and even the economy he touted at every opportunity was not as great as he claimed it was. He also inherited much of it from Obama.
Presidential historians and political scientists currently rank him among the worst presidents we've ever had, and they are qualified to say. As a historian myself, I am not expecting their assessments to change.165 AnswersPolitics4 days ago
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They were not really against it. In fact, in the past Republicans have done way more mail in voting than Democrats. This time they were just obeying what Trump was telling them to believe.
The real question should be why was Trump so against mail in ballots with the pandemic raging, knowing that reasonable people would tend to not want to jeopardize their health and life by voting in person if alternatives existed.
Remember, Trump all along did all he could to help the virus spread as much as possible. So my conclusion is that his plan all along was to have a virus catastrophe going on around election time and have many voters who are scared of the virus stay home and not vote, while he encouraged the most uninformed and idiotic uneducated Americans (Trump supporters) to go out and vote in person.
That pincer movement was designed to help Trump easily get reelected.
When mail in ballot was introduced as the plan to have voters vote safely from home, Trump became very angry and vilified it and even had the post office try to disrupt mail around election time to help Trump, but Trump lost anyway because he was very unpopular....especially due to many Americans seeing him as a threat to their lives and the lives of their loved ones. To them it was literally vote for Biden if you want to live !35 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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The news always make it look like women are the primary victims of domestic violence, whether it's in America, the west or developing countries.17 AnswersGender & Women's Studies1 day ago
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What group of people have watermelon, fried chicken, cornbread, collard greens, chitlins, and cherry-flavored Kool-Aid for Christmas dinner?
Rather than the more traditional turkey, ham, stuffing, cranberry sauce, etc?12 AnswersBooks & Authors4 hours ago
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I've read several of his books. His knowledge is extensive and he's smart. There are some claims he makes which sound rather ridiculous but, on the whole, a lot can be extracted which does indeed make a lot of sense; especially when the details he provides come together quite interestingly. I don't think he should be completely written off as a conspiracy nutcase.8 AnswersMedia & Journalism3 days ago
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