Does anyone regret not having voted for Donald Trump?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Cash Macias



Does anyone regret not having voted for Donald Trump?

There were two good things before the elections that had me in conflict. (1) I was talking about real problems like the stock market bubble and the imbalance in trade. (2) Long before Rosie publicized it, I personally believed that it is true that Barron is on the autism spectrum and that Trump could support more research on autism that now occurs in 1 in 68 children according to the CDC. This is something that is personal to me.

With that said, speak like a door-to-door salesperson. He gives so many rumors that he's lying and he's witty that it should be a case study for the FBI.

I'm a centrist and yes

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There were two good things before the elections that had me in conflict. (1) I was talking about real problems like the stock market bubble and the imbalance in trade. (2) Long before Rosie publicized it, I personally believed that it is true that Barron is on the autism spectrum and that Trump could support more research on autism that now occurs in 1 in 68 children according to the CDC. This is something that is personal to me.

With that said, speak like a door-to-door salesperson. He gives so many rumors that he's lying and he's witty that it should be a case study for the FBI.

I'm a centrist and since I don't trust Hillary either, I ended up supporting the libertarian candidate as a protest vote.

That said, when I see who Trump has appointed, I am stunned. We have had so many bureaucrats for so long that it is shocking to see truly respectful successful people appointed. So while I still have concerns about his creepy behavior, he has delivered on his promise to bring in great people (regardless of what the media wants us to believe). Knowing that this would actually happen would have been more than enough to vote for him.

(Those who disagree that Trump is attracting great people should listen to at least 2 YouTube interviews of each nominee so they can get a sense of just how genuine these people are rather than relying on corporate media dramatization. that these people are bad for America, I suggest reading about the founding fathers of this country and therefore the ideals that made it great. And then reading about how the Federal Reserve has destroyed the value of the dollar and actually caused the Great Depression by creating debt infused roaring 1920s that was doomed. Like they did with the housing crisis recently).

I knew he was NOT a good person long before the election and now that he's president, I've learned that he essentially runs things like a Mob Boss does.

If all you do is listen to him talk, he'll blow your socks off, but so did Hitler. However, if you pay attention to what he does, you will quickly realize that he is a bastard who only thinks about himself.

I'm proud that I was smart enough NOT to vote for Trump

#LOCKhimUP

I regret that I did not have more than one vote (in each election) to vote against Donald Trump.

After Trump's fiasco with his immigration executive order, why would I regret not voting for Trump?

Now he has shown that his administration does not have the organizational capacity to effectively implement even relatively simple policies.

I trust the appropriate people in the Trump administration to be held accountable (note, not the State Department: Trump released the State Department managers before the order).

We'll see, but if this exemplifies the Trump administration's execution going forward, then America is in a very difficult and unpleasant time.

Don't be silly, of course I don't regret not going for the orange demagogue. I would rather have cut off my right hand than put my cross against that filthy name. I can proudly say that I did not vote for a traitor, one who instigated a coup attempt. To those who voted for him, I tell you to be ashamed to vote, in full knowledge of what they were doing, for the worst president in all of our history, one who tried to overthrow democracy and replace it with a dictatorship.

Why should they regret not voting for him? That would imply that they still think it has some redemptive values. But he was chosen anyway, so why should those people repent?

I suppose there are several Trump voters who did it out of spite and now regret their actions.

Fortunately, I have never regretted not voting for someone. But, of all the people I didn't vote for, the person I didn't vote for who makes me the happiest I didn't vote for them is Donald J. Trump.

No.

I will not be overwhelmed by the idea of ​​having voted for a person who is not qualified for the honor of that office. The second occupant of that post after George Bush now awaits his coronation as Electoral College voters wrestle with the idea that they are about to cast a vote they will regret for many years to come.

No. I won't be overwhelmed with that thought.

It's a joke because of the lack of knowledge that some of these people have, the Democrats use the communist game manual that says tell a lie enough and people will believe the lie. GW Bush and his vice president used the communist game manual they lied to to justify going to war. In fact, they lied to veterans and fighters, tried to make them pay for medical help at Walter Reed when they were injured, tried to cut off veteran service to connect disability. they lied to the UN using false evidence to justify the attack on Iraq.

Excuse me? I think the question is the other way around. Who among those who voted for him regrets the decision to do so? The thing is, he will embarrass America so much that no one who voted for him will admit it.

I was a Trump vote.

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