Politics and social issues

  • I wouldn't be surprised if Kanye 2024 happens :lol:

  • Yep. #kanye2020

    He got 55-60k votes only at this election, people are such an idiots. :sos:

  • MAGAs like to claim that more black and latino people voted for Trump in this election than in the 2016, but it seems that in Arizona, Michigan, Georgia and Pennsylvania black votes (and in the case of Arizona, indigenous as well) made a key contribution in winning those states, which secured presidency for Biden. Moreover, Arizona and Georgia are considered very red states; in the later a democratic nominee has not won since 1992 and in the former this is only the second time after 1948 that democrats have won!

  • MAGAs like to claim that more black and latino people voted for Trump in this election than in the 2016, but it seems that in Arizona, Michigan, Georgia and Pennsylvania black votes (and in the case of Arizona, indigenous as well) made a key contribution in winning those states, which secured presidency for Biden. Moreover, Arizona and Georgia are considered very red states; in the later a democratic nominee has not won since 1992 and in the former this is only the second time after 1948 that democrats have won!

    According to CNN and Vox, that claim is actually true (according to exit polls, I don't think the full data from the votes is out yet).


    He won 50% in Florida, up from 2016. He was also up in Georgia and Ohio (for Latinos). For the black vote, he was up 4% total than he did in 2016. According to NBC, 80% of black men voted for Biden, down from both Hillary and Obama.


    Since 2016, 1 million people have registered to vote in Georgia. That's a good way to make your state a toss up :lol:

  • According to CNN and Vox, that claim is actually true (according to exit polls, I don't think the full data from the votes is out yet).


    He won 50% in Florida, up from 2016. He was also up in Georgia and Ohio (for Latinos). For the black vote, he was up 4% total than he did in 2016. According to NBC, 80% of black men voted for Biden, down from both Hillary and Obama.


    Since 2016, 1 million people have registered to vote in Georgia. That's a good way to make your state a toss up :lol:

    and that is thanks to Stacy Abrams who formed an organization to register and empower voters.

  • For anyone wondering how is it that Trump lost the election so convincingly, yet Democratic party has fewer seats in the Congress and didn't get the Senate, here's a little tip:



    And of course, many of those "Democratic" nominees for the Congress who FAILED to win the seat were quick to attack AOC how her "wing" of the party is to blame for the losses...