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Can a astronaut unseat McSally in AZ?

 

Why can't someone get McConnell out of Kentucky. He's ahead in his race.

 

UGH. Hegar is going against Cornyn. I really hope she beats him.

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Arizona is flipping. Michigan is not. Colorado and probably Montana are flipping. North Carolina might, and so might Iowa, Maine, and one or both of the Georgia seats. Alabama is the only seat the Democrats have up for election this year that they'll lose, but it's still up in the air if they'll flip enough GOP seats to take the majority. Kobach not getting the Republican nomination in Kansas hurt those chances. Texas, Kentucky, and South Carolina are staying put, no matter how much we might wish it otherwise.

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This is more of a problem in the House than in the Senate but the number of QAnon believers who are not longshots and can be safely presumed to be seated as members of America's 117th And Possibly Final Congress looks like it's going to wind up being two (2).

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McSally is trying to convince voters that shes the only thing keeping DC and Puerto Rico from becoming states. If I lived in Arizona, that would be enough to get my vote.

 

The Democrats will definitely take the Senate IF Biden wins. Too bad theres no chance of Mitch losing.

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This is more of a problem in the House than in the Senate but the number of QAnon believers who are not longshots and can be safely presumed to be seated as members of America's 117th And Possibly Final Congress looks like it's going to wind up being two (2).

OMG yes. I'm following a GA election and there's a nut bag QAnon follower he's being labeled an up and coming GOP person.

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OMG yes. I'm following a GA election and there's a nut bag QAnon follower he's being labeled an up and coming GOP person.

"he's"? Are you talking about Derrick Grayson? Or someone else?

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McSally will say anything to avoid losing a second senatorial election. No one I know in Arizona, on either side of the aisle, can stand her.

Truth.

 

Lest anyone forget, McSally was defeated by Kyrsten Sinema (who is actually a self avowed socialist, yet serves as more of a centrist so that should tell you how much Arizonans really don't like McSally) for John Kyle's seat, after he decided not to run again and retire. When John McCain died, Gov Ducey appointed John Kyle to fill his seat temporarily, until a permanent appointment could be made. Why, because even Ducey knew that if he straight up appointed McSally so soon after having lost her bid, that a lot people would be up in arms. She didn't earn the seat, she was given the seat. During her time as senator, she has been nothing less than a Trump bot, and just like Trump, she comes off as equal parts ignorant and arrogant. Now that she has to actually win an election, and has to face a very strong candidate, I think she will very likely lose.

 

In Arizona, politics is weird. AZ republicans today are to the right compared to the rest of the GOP, and locally most republican policitians at the state level are usually either a lawyer, business owner, or a real estate professionals, and often promote state funded business ventures that smack as almost Fascist (in the sense that government and business act as hand in glove). Ever since Trump came into office, AZ republican politicians have drank the cool aide and have fallen into lock step with Trump. Thing is, a lot of Arizonans are fed up with that ideology, even republican voters. McCain was kind of an anomaly in that in that he would actually work across the aisle, but McSally won't. Mark Kelley might be a dem, but like Sinema, I think (hope) he will mop the floor with McSally, and I think he will more of a centrist democrat, rather than a far leftist and borderline Marxist like AOC, Rashida, Tlaibor Ilhan Omar.

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This is more of a problem in the House than in the Senate but the number of QAnon believers who are not longshots and can be safely presumed to be seated as members of America's 117th And Possibly Final Congress looks like it's going to wind up being two (2).

I wonder what will happen if/when they get elected, and as congresspeople they are all kinds of excited to finally meet Q and fight the good fight! And then they discover Q is an internet troll nowhere near Washington. It's going to be like when the Squad was first elected crossed with children learning that Santa Claus doesn't exist.

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I think there's been enough evidence to say Q is somebody within government. It's everything down from Q that goes nuts. There's not just one level of Q followers, there's countless subsets that range from the "the DEMs are corrupt" to the "mole people exist and pizzagate is real" people.

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I wonder what will happen if/when they get elected, and as congresspeople they are all kinds of excited to finally meet Q and fight the good fight! And then they discover Q is an internet troll nowhere near Washington. It's going to be like when the Squad was first elected crossed with children learning that Santa Claus doesn't exist.

Here's hoping! There is, however, a non-negligible chance that they conclude their fellow congresspeople aren't people at all but are in fact cannibalistic reptilian pedophiles from outer space taking orders directly from the Masonic Lodge (and/or the Queen of England) and then they just kill all five hundred and thirty three of them.

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I think there's been enough evidence to say Q is somebody within government. It's everything down from Q that goes nuts. There's not just one level of Q followers, there's countless subsets that range from the "the DEMs are corrupt" to the "mole people exist and pizzagate is real" people.

I don't know. Honestly, a good troll can easily learn enough to play a part. I wouldn't be surprised either way. I know a lot of people are convinced that it's Flynn, and he seems to be playing along with it.

 

Hell, nothing related to US politics would surprise me. If the mole people show up and say they've been secretly controlling everything I would just shrug and say "that makes sense."

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Hahah-- this is basically what I am saying to you in the Mando thread about Star Wars.

 

Rey travels back in time to secretly save Padme from dying of a broken heart? okay... sure... that makes sense.

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I wonder what will happen if/when they get elected, and as congresspeople they are all kinds of excited to finally meet Q and fight the good fight! And then they discover Q is an internet troll nowhere near Washington. It's going to be like when the Squad was first elected crossed with children learning that Santa Claus doesn't exist.

Here's hoping! There is, however, a non-negligible chance that they conclude their fellow congresspeople aren't people at all but are in fact cannibalistic reptilian pedophiles from outer space taking orders directly from the Masonic Lodge (and/or the Queen of England) and then they just kill all five hundred and thirty three of them.

So thats how they plan to drain the swamp!

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'Plan' might be giving these people way too much credit. In any case, I look forward to watching their congressional hearings investigating many interrelated topics of important concern. Namely :

I) the underground lava tubes criss-crossing the American heartland traversed by ferries with holds full of sex-trafficked mole children

II) the clone vats containing celebrities, both living and not, who are then decanted and paraded across our television screens as replacements for those whom have been imprisoned or executed

III) the deep state, the deeper state, and the up 'til now and as of yet only theorized Deepest State

IV) the Jewish question

V) the manufacturers and distributors of the coronavirus. Specifically, the 5Gs! Gusion, Glasya-Lobalas, Gaap, Gremory, and General Dynamics / Northrop Grumman. Who are they? Who is BEHIND them? How many of their hundreds of thousands of victims are dead dead and how many are just pretend dead!?

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McSally suggesting that her supporters skip a meal and send her what it would have cost, oops

 

Her apologists are trying to argue that it was a joke, but not funny if it was

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HAHAHA. Yes maybe back in 2016 we wanted politicians who said mean things and were ***holes. We ate that up and we got Trump. Now we want less dumb and more thoughtful type responses. I don't know if we're going to get that this time around. It's a slow long flat learning curve for the GOP.

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The DNC only let AOC talk for so long. HAHAHA. Just saying. Trump is now that guy who sits in the breakroom bragging about everything he does for the company but I only ever see him in the breakroom. NEVER working.

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You say that, but Trump still has a decent shot and has a lot of fans.

True. This is by no means in the bag for Biden. And, it would be just like 2020 for a Trump victory. However, I think due to Trump's lack of leadership during the COVID crisis alone, it has actually revealed him for what he is to a lot of people, both on the left and right, and that now, at the very least, Biden has a fighting chance. It is his to lose, actually.

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Its always been Bidens to lose. Trump remains deeply unpopular, and that hasnt really changed since 2016. But, 2016 was also Hillarys to lose and obviously she did.

 

Democrats are great at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

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A lot of the Qmoron lore is straight ripped from popular fiction and urban legends. eg. The 5G Conspiracy lines up with Doctor Whos Archangel storyline. Once you notice all the beats, you can see that Qmoron is nothing more than someone (re)spinning tales. The familiarity is probably why so many can be swayed by it, as the beats are in the back of their mind and theyre like omg I know this. Tie that with an ARG interaction which casts the player as the hero and that then prolly makes it feel totally true. Whatever tho. I dunno. Feels true tho. LMAO

 

Oh and Alaskan voters suck as much as anywhere else it seems.

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