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The majority of Trump Republicans BELIEVE Trump is the true president. Thinking doesn't come into it.


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"I want to believe" turned out to be one of the most socially damaging and politically corrosive mentalities of all time. Nothing as dangerous as a true believer who's determined to be right now matter how stupid the things they believe in really are. :|


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Zipperfish Zipperfish:
The majority of Trump Republicans BELIEVE Trump is the true president. Thinking doesn't come into it.



Almost. The media has their hand in this as well by being blatant cheerleaders and stenographers for a cause rather than journalists. SO people have tuned out and turned off a lot of the MSM and turn to their peers who in turn turn to local shamans of their iterations of truth.

It is almost 'let Jesus take the wheel' but not quite. Faith in the system, intuitions and fellow countrymen is at an all time low. THAT is the crux of the problem and people are going to have to be able to reason for themselves to get back to a new normal. Sadly a lot of lemmings will need to go over a cliff before that happens.


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Wasn't "I want to believe" it was "I don't want to think anymore".
And this MSM bullshit story - the media's done what it always did, printed news, printed what sold, and almost always made corrections if they fuck up.
It's the people too lazy and stupid to distinguish what's opinion, what's news and just refuse to accept corrections. The butt stubborn like their "new" ALT news places that print bullshit, know it's bullshit, and double down repeating it.
FFS alternate media used to be like the Georgia Straight and the Tyee that printed stories the other's wouldn't print because they were corporate run, sensitive towards advertisers, anti-union or talked about smoking dope. Things that were bad, mmmkay?


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Trump nailed with two year ban from Facebook

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Facebook said it will suspend former U.S. president Donald Trump's accounts — including Instagram — for two years following its finding that he stoked violence ahead of the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection.

"At the end of this period, we will look to experts to assess whether the risk to public safety has receded," Nick Clegg, Facebook's vice-president of global affairs, wrote in a blog post Friday. "We will evaluate external factors, including instances of violence, restrictions on peaceful assembly and other markers of civil unrest."

On Facebook, Trump's suspension has meant that his account is essentially in "Facebook jail," which is a term that users use to describe when the social network bans people from posting or accessing their accounts. Others can still read and comment on Trump's past posts, but he and other account handlers are unable to post new material.

The company has also suspended his account on Instagram, which Facebook owns.

Twitter, by contrast, has permanently banned Trump from its service and there is no trace of his account there.

Facebook said it will heighten penalties for public figures during times of civil unrest and violence. In a colour-coded chart on its blog post Friday, it said those who violate its policies during this time can be restricted from posting for anywhere between a month (yellow) and two years (red). Future violations, it said, will be met with "heightened penalties, up to and including permanent removal."

Facebook also plans to end a contentious policy championed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg that automatically exempted politicians from rules that banned hate speech and abuse. The company has said it has never applied this policy to Trump.


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Thanos Thanos:
Trump nailed with two year ban from Facebook

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Facebook said it will suspend former U.S. president Donald Trump's accounts — including Instagram — for two years following its finding that he stoked violence ahead of the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection.

"At the end of this period, we will look to experts to assess whether the risk to public safety has receded," Nick Clegg, Facebook's vice-president of global affairs, wrote in a blog post Friday. "We will evaluate external factors, including instances of violence, restrictions on peaceful assembly and other markers of civil unrest."

On Facebook, Trump's suspension has meant that his account is essentially in "Facebook jail," which is a term that users use to describe when the social network bans people from posting or accessing their accounts. Others can still read and comment on Trump's past posts, but he and other account handlers are unable to post new material.

The company has also suspended his account on Instagram, which Facebook owns.

Twitter, by contrast, has permanently banned Trump from its service and there is no trace of his account there.

Facebook said it will heighten penalties for public figures during times of civil unrest and violence. In a colour-coded chart on its blog post Friday, it said those who violate its policies during this time can be restricted from posting for anywhere between a month (yellow) and two years (red). Future violations, it said, will be met with "heightened penalties, up to and including permanent removal."

Facebook also plans to end a contentious policy championed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg that automatically exempted politicians from rules that banned hate speech and abuse. The company has said it has never applied this policy to Trump.


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Doubleplusgood. So now you have the Left insisting that private companies have the power to act freely without all this government oversight, and the right saying that private companies need to be regulated by the government to force them to post government-approved messages. lol


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