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  • "Despite Jan 6 hearings"? Wake up, dude. No one cares about the Jan 6 hearings but the ones participating, hoping to frame Trump for something - anything. Even their paid-for media is backing away from it. The public is tired of hearing about it - they'd rather watch Disney. You keep wishing and hoping if you like, but Biden will be done after his first term - if he makes it that far.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your input
    • zynober
      I don't think there will be a rematch. Either there will be two new candidates or at least one candidate (Democrat or Republican) will be different. Trump voters care little to little about the hearing. From there I see only one more argument for Trump - he will say everyone is against him (witch hunt)
    • Army Veteran
      Look at the radical Left for the past 5 years. They were looking to impeach him before he even lifted his hand to be sworn in. Then they hit him with every accusation in the book - including making the first ever attempt to impeach a civilian in the history of American politics. All without success. I think I would define that kind of behavior as "a witch hunt".
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your opinion :)
  • Too soon. Will Trump be convicted? If so, he doesn't stand a chance in an actual election. Will Trump be acquitted? If so, he stands a chance...but he has to face a much larger "rejection" by fellow Republican politicians than he did on his first campaign. *Right now* there is no verdict from the Senate, and Biden's popularity is suffering from the recession (which for some reason they aren't calling a recession yet). *** A couple years from now the economy might be back on track and Trump might be convicted. If so, Trump doesn't stand a chance. *** A couple years from now the economy might still be tanking and Trump might be acquitted. if so, Trump might stand a chance...but so will other Republican hopefuls.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your input
    • Army Veteran
      Your answer mesmerized me - I don't think I've seen a less credible reply for quite some time. "If Trump is convicted, he doesn't stand a chance in an actual election." - if Trump is convicted, he won't be eligible to run. That's why they're still going after him in spite of the fact that he lost the election. It isn't because he did anything wrong - it's to frame him for something that they can convict him for so he'll no longer be a threat to them and their Marxist agenda. He isn't suffering any kind of "rejection" from fellow Republicans. Those "fellow Republicans" are actually Republicrats - RINOS, like Liz Cheney, Mitch McConnell, Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, etc. They're well-known backstabbers. "Recession"??? REALLY? Is that how you're calling it? The US and most of the world have been on a downward spiral, sliding deeper and deeper into the trainwreck caused by the Biden administration - and you call it a "recession"...as if it was a normal expectation of the economy? Everyone says that a downward turn in the economy is "normal" with any change in presidential leadership. The most recent "normal change" is still changing for the worse with no sign of recovery - more than a year into Biden's administration. It isn't any kind of "normal change" - it's economical sabotage and it's being done intentionally. Wake up and see what the real world is about.
    • www.bible-reviews.com
      Wondering...why do you think he won't be able to run? AFAIK there's nothing in the Constitution about someone being convicted of a crime not being allowed to run for office. The word "recession" (as it applies to the economy) is well-defined. Forbes: "A recession is a significant decline in economic activity that lasts for months or even years." Nothing about "normal" in the definition. Nothing about "change in Presidential leadership" in the definition. It's been going on for months. Call it what it is.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your opinion :)
    • Army Veteran
      It's the law. Anyone who has been convicted of a federal crime is ineligible to run for a federal elected office. That's why they're so incensed with finding anything they can to convict him with - even to the point of ((( impeaching him as a private citizen ))) - LOL! (For the record, you can't impeach a private citizen - only an elected official. This shows not only the stupidity of the Left but the desperation that consumes them).
  • 26 july2022~~~ my opinion from across the world, i dont think that will happen
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your opinion :)
  • They both have their followers and you won't change them.

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