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Stilly River Sage BS: Trump Actions & Effects (NO new Trmp threads!) (1846* d) RE: BS: Trump Actions and Effects 25 Sep 22

That's really pretty offensive, Steve, and you're treading into territory that is over your head. Telling us that we don't understand our own news sources and YOU understand them better?

Don is correct on this. Trump doesn't understand what neo-fascist means, but all of the tendencies support his wish to be a dictator or a king and to keep getting richer, so he positioned his people to take advantage of the GOP misbehavior. And he's promoting more of them to get into office.

Neo-fascism is a post-World War II far-right ideology that includes significant elements of fascism. Neo-fascism usually includes ultranationalism, racial supremacy, populism, authoritarianism, nativism, xenophobia, and anti-immigration sentiment, as well as opposition to liberal democracy, social democracy, parliamentarianism, liberalism, Marxism, neoliberalism,[1] communism, and socialism.[2] As with classical fascism, it proposes a Third Position as an alternative to market capitalism.[3]

The House and Senate are trying to pass laws now that update an 1800's law regarding certifying elections. If McCarthy comes into the Speaker's office he could refuse to certify an election of a Democrat who wins in 2024.

Meanwhile, the January 6 Committee will hold another hearing on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at noon Central Time.

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