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Not Anonymous:
Mr Nichols doesn't make much of an argument against Trump, does he?

And crux of his (and the argument you have decided to co-opt), that one can support Trump through political illiteracy, is exactly the mindset that carried Hillary to victory in November. Oh wait.

Leftist cargo cult politics are why you lost. Leftist cargo cult media are why you still don't understand this.

Trump is massively problematic and a deeply flawed president. Yet he was still the best choice given the alternative and still a breath of fresh air after the unyielding malfeasance of the Obama years.

Muro constructa est.
10:12 pm — Thursday, 27 April 2017
Anonymous®:
That "darkness" is ignorance.
11:02 pm — Thursday, 27 April 2017
anonymous:
@ Not Anonymous

Curious, could you name the top five "unyielding malfeasance" under the Obama years, and for bonus DF points, compare these to say, the last 3 or 4 presidencies.

We are not quite 100 days into the amateur hour under Trump; why are you so confident this was the best choice considering the challenger Clinton? Seems premature to me.
2:51 am — Friday, 28 April 2017
anonymous:
> the unyielding malfeasance of the Obama years.

Wat?
2:51 am — Friday, 28 April 2017
@Not Anonymous:
Could we please stop pretending like Clinton was anything nearly as bad as this shitstain we have for a president?

gtfo seriously
3:51 am — Friday, 28 April 2017
Kruger:
Around here it's Dunning-Gruber.
5:49 am — Friday, 28 April 2017
Make peace, not liberals:
The butthurt is strong with this one!

No matter how bad you think Trump is, he knew how to win. Clinton "forgot" how to win, and lost.

Would you rather have a President that "forgot" that she needed to win all 50 states? What a fucking retard. I mean, she's just been planning this for her whole life. How do you forget little details like, oh, how to actually win the Presidential Election?
4:15 pm — Saturday, 29 April 2017
Gruber the Booger:
>I mean, she's just been planning this for her whole life.

You nailed it.

>(Also, kudos to Nichols for the rare exception to Betteridge’s Law of Headlines.)

The answer to the headline could easily be answered "No".

It appears the country is roughly 50/50 on the answer.
6:38 pm — Saturday, 29 April 2017
anonymous:
> No matter how bad you think Trump is, he knew how to win. Clinton "forgot" how to win, and lost.

... that can't honestly be what you think happened.
3:24 am — Sunday, 30 April 2017
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