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Is the GOP going to cheat to gain power

One thing is for sure the GOP will do much worse 2022 than the midterms 2010 it aint going to be a republican wave will the GOP trying to cheat their way to power 2022.
I'm an independent voter. (In the interest of disclosure, I mostly voted for moderate Democrats over the years).

I don't get the sense Republicans are coordinating any scheme to cheat in the next election. Most of their new election law efforts seem to be directed at keeping elections fair, though there might be the occasional partisan idea slipping through that primarily benefits them (I don't have any specifics).

I suspect the Democrats are who everyone needs to keep their eyes on. Somehow, my formerly preferred party in most elections is saturated with deception — language, accusations and conspiratorial acts. Morality within that party has apparently vanished. They lean decidedly anti-American, too, which is very disturbing.

If you're a patriot of this great nation and people, then keep a wary eye on the now-extremist Democrats.
trollslayer · 46-50, M
@DffrntDrmmr You sound like a true liar.
Driver2 · M
Such a stupid statement
You should win an award for it
trollslayer · 46-50, M
They already have in a way through Gerrymandering. The reality is that poll after poll and the popular vote in the last few National elections show the majority of American lean toward Democrats and left-leaning platforms (look at the Kansas abortion vote). I think Bush in 2004 was the last GOP presidential candidate to win the majority of the Popular vote. Prior to that I think was Bush in 1988. Yet, the majority of state legislatures and governors are GOP, as is the SC. Really, it is Gerrymandering and the Electoral College that has saved their ass for the past 30 years. This is unsustainable.
Slade · 56-60, M
@trollslayer 🙄 All gerrymandering has to be approved by the state legislatures which last I looked were Republican and Democrat. Both parties benefit from how they draw districts.

Good luck getting rid of the righteous Electoral College - all it takes is a Constitutional Amendment. LOL

Learn about the subject before you bleat. You won't look quite so dumb
ron122 · 41-45, M
No that's the democraps MO.
TexChik · F
Is that the liberal dope you are smoking? So you are saying running against socialist corruption in an election is the new [i][b]cheating[/b][/i] ? 😂

Socialist libs dont win fair elections.
TexChik · F
@anythingoes477 libs are terrified to allow the courts to hear any of the evidence and have suppressed it. But you can believe everything will be brought to light before the next presidential election. Democrats are finding that their mail in vote scheme failed in the recent republican governor primary in Arizona. All the battle ground states are ready for it this time. They are waiting for the libs to release the midterm virus.
@TexChik You obviously refuse to watch the J6 hearings. ;-) Yeah....I bet that evidence of who cheated and how and who all was involved will show up........."sometime".........huh? ;-)

The "midterm virus". ;-) ;-) ;-) Maybe the Jews will do it...from their spaceships? ;-) ;-)
Grateful4you · 70-79, M
The GOP cheat? How dare you suggest such a thing. We are the pillars of integrity, honesty, and a dedication to selfless service to the people and never self-serving. Now, UP AGAINST THE WALL YOU TRAITORIOUS MORON!
ChipmunkErnie · 70-79, M
If they can, for sure.
😆 Classic projection
plungesponge · 36-40, M
I think base is still there and maybe even bigger, but I also think people have seen what happened Jan 6 and the aftermath, and very few wouldvl turn out to a "March on the Capitol".
ididntknow · 51-55, M
No, that’s what democrats do, they can’t win anything without cheating
whowasthatmaskedman · 61-69, M
Of course not.. Its only cheating when the Democrats do it..😷
Crazywaterspring · 61-69, M
Of course. They can't win elections otherwise.
ididntknow · 51-55, M
Are you Joe Scarborough ? or maybe Mika
Graylight · 46-50, F
And you ask this in the future tense?
Slade · 56-60, M
As long as it works...
BackyardShaman · 61-69, M

 
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