How to Use Tribalism and Identity Politics to Fragment the Democratic Party Vote in 2020

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And which Democratic Party candidate are NeverTrump Conservatives most likely to vote for?


Joe Biden.


Get it?

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Leonda Rowe
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Sarah retweeted a Q asking where Malcolm Nance has been on MSNBC. The replies were interesting. Your take on that?

Christopher Nethery
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I think she knows that the DOJ is closing in on their little club.

Looking at her timeline I'm seeing a reprobate who is having trouble hiding her fear.

Christopher Nethery
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F-E-A-R.

What happens to Sarah, if FBI has an unfriendly interview with him?

We ain't just talking RICO here.

#OpGhostStories2

Leonda Rowe
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Thx for your insight. Twitter isn’t the same without you:)

Christopher Nethery
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My pleasure!

Leonda Rowe
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What’s your take on her podcast that claims Trump will refuse to leave the WH? Is that reflexive control or something that is just a given with him being cornered. My mind has multiple different scenarios of how it could be RC(or worse) but it could be straight up on point. There’s a recent Wapo article out about him joking about being in office for more than 2 terms. Is that RC too? I’m wracking my brain trying to understand this Russian warfare.

Christopher Nethery
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Ooooooo…

Is that one of Sarah's podcasts?

You have to give her credit for her expert use of irony ("Gaslit Nation"). Wait'll folks learn what she meant there.

If it's Sarah saying it, it's just a part of her general message of despair. Also, if you're referring to her podcast, people should ask how a self-proclaimed subject matter expert could make such a grave analytical error.

There is absolutely no possible way a U.S. president could remain in power, unelected.

It's literally impossible, and it reveals a total ignorance (willful or otherwise) of how the U.S. government operates.

This is epic-level conspiracy mongering.

Leonda Rowe
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I don’t personally listen to the podcast but I have friends that give it much weight. I believe these are points discussed at length based on his need to be an autocrat. There is a major groundswell of ppl saying he will not leave and so we must impeach based on principal. The more I learn about the process I realize that it’s not really feasible for the process of removal but that the hearings prior, controlled by the House, are what’s more important to educate the public. I do believe in the principal part tho too. The constant voices… Read more »

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There are problems with Obama and Biden. Barack Obama's Netflix deal or giving Presidential Medal of Freedom to Steven Spielberg, Oprah and Robert De Niro, friends with Beyonce, Jay Z and John Legend and much more. Feel free to ask me any questions. Sincerely, @HHColonelHogan

Christopher Nethery
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Obama is not my go-to guy when it comes to understanding the big picture.

But I think he tried his best.

This is why Ideology blinds us, with regard to information Warfare, influence ops and subversion.

We have to be open to the idea that some of our views have been influenced.

I doubt there's anyone in the world whose views haven't been influenced, at least in part, by decades of influence ops.

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Unknown
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Interesting that I am noting Green-Rainbow Party schmucks calling Joe Biden a Pedophile and also noting such memes springing up in /r/TheDonald. Seems Russia will try and get Trump re-elected at the expense of the centrist candidates which could calm the political process. Even if Trump isn't Russian asset, he stirs up the emotions of the extremes which may suit Russian infoops.

Christopher Nethery
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*** BINGO ***

You have just defined the entire Kremlin methodology in one fail swoop…the gaming of Horseshoe policy against the sanity of political centrists who seek to bring the rational Left and Right wing to the table.

Christopher Nethery
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Sorry…meant to say Horseshoe THEORY, not Horseshoe policy.