rkawakami wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 06, 2021 4:53 pm
If you think that the Democrats are smart enough or have the balls to implant instigators within the MAGA crowd, I have a bridge to sell you
Not the Democrats. The powers that have zero political affiliation.
If you are saying that the antifa crowd is behind it, then maybe I can buy that theory.
That's a part of it for sure. But they are not self-propelled.,
In fact, I think that when all is said and done, everybody who's been tied to the Trump Train is going to regret it in the future. Will this be the downfall of the GOP? Don't think so. It may slightly change the party's platform but I don't see it going away. What I do see is the development of a third major political party. How long it takes to become a significant part of the country's makeup, I can't predict.
Well, I'd say that you're onto something here.
70M+ voted for Trump this time around. There's a significant portion of them that will not support the "conventional" GOP in any shape or form. But with Trump being thrown to the dustbin of the history, who'll lead them ? Not the likes of Romney, that's for sure. My fear is that most of the crowd becomes apolitical, which is the worst possible outcome in a country that's ruled by a Uniparty.
In other news, all that Dems need is to do is turn Texas blue and this country won't see a Republican President for at least a generation. Nominate a swamp creature like Niki Haley on the GOP side in 2024 and that goal shall be accomplished.
With all of that being said, we have bigger - much bigger - troubles brewing in the background.