Trump Hatred is Palpable and Wide Ranging: The Lincoln Project is a Hate Group (Public Board)

by Cornpop Sutton ⌂, A bad bad dude who makes good shine., Saturday, May 13, 2023, 14:49 (133 days ago)

The CNN Townhall that was broadcast on May 10 has revealed the depth of hatred for Trump.

Populism wise, he is well respected, embraced and has wide support. But there is equally wide hatred for the man just because it's him.

At this point the Trump hatred is entirely about personality. It has absolutely nothing to do with policy and it definitely has nothing to do with results in domestic or international issues.

The statesmanlike response from Rick Wilson, one of the heads of The Lincoln Project, which is dedicated to safeguarding our system by denying democratic voting process by eliminating Trump as a candidate:


And if you scan the comments, it's 100% favorable. His video is not ratioed: 20K likes to 3.1K dislikes.

If you look up the group's information, they supported Biden for the 2020 presidential run.

Trump Hatred is Palpable and Wide Ranging: The Lincoln Project is a Hate Group

by JoFrance, Sunday, May 14, 2023, 19:17 (131 days ago) @ Cornpop Sutton

I only saw some clips of his CNN Townhall. I couldn't bring myself to watch snarky CNN. When I heard he was having a townhall on CNN, I thought it would be loaded with vile liberals like Rick Wilson, but Trump hit it out of the park.

The Lincoln Project is a Trump/Maga hate group. They had a big problemo a few years ago because of their pedophile founder. Remember too that Kelly Anne Conway's husband George, was a member of that group. He's not there anymore, but he was another rabid Trump hater.

Groups like the Lincoln Project have a big mouth, but they're losing power. CNN allowed Trump in. They got ratings, that they sorely needed, but it upset people with Trump Derangement Syndrome. The commenters are probably paid. I think Trump has a lot of support and they're trying to downplay it.


The CNN Town Hall Proved 1000 times over that Trump is a BOSS

by Cornpop Sutton ⌂, A bad bad dude who makes good shine., Sunday, May 14, 2023, 19:24 (131 days ago) @ JoFrance

Trump's the master of self control and is a master orator.

He owned the shill moderator. He got applause and laughs. The moderator looked ridiculous and completely out of her depth. Trump stood up to all of the personal and character attacks and weathered them and dished it out.

I believe Trump has realistic humility, too. Before the debate he stated that the debate could be a disaster for him. That amazed me to hear it from him. But no!

Far, far from it.

The CNN Town Hall Proved 1000 times over that Trump is a BOSS

by JoFrance, Sunday, May 14, 2023, 20:04 (131 days ago) @ Cornpop Sutton

Trump knows people on the left despise him, but he's trying to change that by going to stations like CNN where they get their news. Maybe he changed a few minds, you never know. I really don't know anyone who is happy with the current situation.

Some people don't like Trump's personality. So what? He did a lot of good for the country and he can do it again. He wasn't perfect, but a zillion times better than Biden. He's trying to make inroads now to the Trump haters.


The CNN Town Hall Proved 1000 times over that Trump is a BOSS

by ,ndo, Certifiable!, Sunday, May 14, 2023, 20:19 (131 days ago) @ JoFrance

US elections are dominated by "electability" rather than policy. It's a con, one amongst many.

IMHO, this focus by individuals on whether they like Trump is a natural outcome of that. It's tragic to see how infantalised the bulk of the US population has become over the generations. That infantalisation is intentional. Evil at work. It's happening here too but we are smaller and less consequential.

Smartphones must make the moneylovers wet their pants. They are of course actually portable computer terminals that come with a phone attached. And computer terminals of any description or form factor are the most powerful weapon for programming individuals. Much more so than television. And remember how parents used to limit kids to two hours per day? But today, everyone (almost) walks anywhere with their head buried in their phone. This is one of the things we must break.



by Cornpop Sutton ⌂, A bad bad dude who makes good shine., Sunday, May 14, 2023, 22:39 (131 days ago) @ ,ndo
edited by Cornpop Sutton, Sunday, May 14, 2023, 22:59

Or the B ark insult of "troll".

Basically almost no American voter seems to comprehend the actual policy differences or ideological issues that each side presumes. American voters treat politics like sports teams.

If you press someone here on their arbitrary "Dancing With the Stars vote" selection for their preferred candidate, and ask them why, they usually blabber about how awful the other candidate is.

If you take someone who says "I just don't like Trump" and challenge them to give specific policy points that they have a problem with, they usually get really pissed and offended that you don't just drop it.

Since voters have been mis-educated and dumbed down on this aspect of determining qualifications for office, they have no idea what to do with actual information that is provided.

I think infantilism is more common in the left. But right wing types often tend to clone the opinion of someone in their family (for instance) rather than reading up and evaluating what candidates actually stand for. I know MAGA/Trump types who don't have a clue what is actually meant, what the underlying principles are, and will be all-in on something such as stimulus payments ... and equating MAGA to receiving their payments. Leftism is a tautology for all that is evil and they don't have a clue why.

The CNN Town Hall Proved 1000 times over that Trump is a BOSS

by JoFrance, Monday, May 15, 2023, 19:08 (130 days ago) @ ,ndo

US voters are stupid, lazy and easily deceived. Their opinions are formed by listening to social media influencers and other MSM TV to tell them what to think. They are totally brainwashed to vote against their own best interests, purely based on emotion and opinions ginned up by most media outlets.

Smartphones really took over a lot of people's lives and it isn't a good thing. They really are a surveillance device. A way into your private life and to control you. Its worked, but its the most awful thing for humanity. People are living their lives through their phones instead of experiencing it personally. The phone is very compelling and that's why everyone is always looking at it.

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