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Once again, Russia is playing games with your head.

You have been Nigel'd by the Kremlin.

LOL.

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Putin loves Trump and vice versa.

Maybe they will endorse their other favorite person, Tucker Carlson, to be VP.
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There we go again making faith in elections tumble.

Why break a streak?

Do it more.

I love it - nowadays, others are doing the. heavy lifting for me
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There we go again

We?

There is one self-serving autocratic wannabe trashing the elections process and its not we. Its he

Sometimes you make absolutely zero sense and look to be merely provocative and not substantive. It's why you rarely get engagement.
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Who is casting doubt on 2016? Even today?

Keep doing it.

Liberals did it in 2000 and 2004 too.

I'm gleeful - your elections - your institutions - carry less credibility with a plurality of your people more and more.

More please.

I do my part for sure. If you write something good I usually copy it and post it elsewhere.

The more people questioning things, and not believing - the better
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The more people questioning things, and not believing - the better

Anything can be questioned, and that's healthy. The problem is that some people are 'not believing' the answers they are getting. The reason? I'm not sure. They so strongly want the truth to be what they already believe, and have no tolerance for the factual evidence that proves them to be wrong.

It is not rational.
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