If you voted for Trump this year, do you now regret it after seeing his refusal to accept our election?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Lance Brewer



If you voted for Trump this year, do you now regret it after seeing his refusal to accept our election?

No, I do not regret having voted for Donald Trump. I remember when Biden came to our town and he encountered a dozen socially distanced people. On the other hand, when Donald Trump came to town, thousands of people cheered him on.

If one looks at the electoral corruption that is now being exposed, it becomes clear why Donald Trump will not budge. The Democrats cheated. There was no enthusiasm for Biden. He hardly campaigned. It just didn't win.

Listen to the “Stop the Steal” rally in Georgia and you can hear the truth. The left (made up of the media, Hollywood, academia, and the Democratic Party) continues to preach the

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No, I do not regret having voted for Donald Trump. I remember when Biden came to our town and he encountered a dozen socially distanced people. On the other hand, when Donald Trump came to town, thousands of people cheered him on.

If one looks at the electoral corruption that is now being exposed, it becomes clear why Donald Trump will not budge. The Democrats cheated. There was no enthusiasm for Biden. He hardly campaigned. It just didn't win.

Listen to the “Stop the Steal” rally in Georgia and you can hear the truth. The left (made up of the media, Hollywood, academia and the Democratic Party) continues to preach that there is no evidence. There is, but it only takes a while to find a judge who is not corrupt in the Democratic strongholds.

Donald Trump has been our best president. The problem is that the swamp doesn't want to be drained. If you remove useless programs, it costs the "important" people their jobs and their money. Money is what politics is all about. That's why they hate Donald Trump so much. In fact, you think it would be better if the government had less of your money and you had more.

Not at all. This election was a chaotic disaster. The vote-by-mail ballots were highly suspect. The interruption of the vote count at 11:30 on election night in key urban areas and then the appearance of more than 100,000 votes in the middle of the night was too much. There was no explanation for that. Democrats used the corona virus to change voting laws and voting dates. This was a clear violation of the Constitution in Article 2. Only state legislatures can change electoral laws and only the United States Congress can change the day of the presidential vote. This all sucks and if only half of what Sydney Powell is a

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Not at all. This election was a chaotic disaster. The vote-by-mail ballots were highly suspect. The interruption of the vote count at 11:30 on election night in key urban areas and then the appearance of more than 100,000 votes in the middle of the night was too much. There was no explanation for that. Democrats used the corona virus to change voting laws and voting dates. This was a clear violation of the Constitution in Article 2. Only state legislatures can change electoral laws and only the United States Congress can change the day of the presidential vote. This all sucks and if only half of what Sydney Powell alleges is true, this election was a corrupt tragedy and a danger to our electoral process.

Do I regret having voted for him? No. I wish I would step back gracefully, yeah. So far no one has produced a "smoking gun" to show that there was widespread fraud, especially enough to annul the election. Do I think there were any irregularities? Yes, on both sides. What I think and what can be proven are two very different things. From my own low-level political experience, elections are complicated and some voters are very easy to manipulate.

No, I am proud of a man who will not accept a rigged election and so disgusted by a traitorous buffoon bought by China that he calls himself "president-elect."

After voting for a different type of candidate in 2016, with no new wars, the highest GDP growth in recent history, increased border security, and lower unemployment ... hell no! I voted for him again because he kept his campaign promises from last time. I believe that the United States will regret having allowed the corruption of the elections.

No. You shouldn't accept it. Would you accept a loss because the other side cheated?

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I can't wait for the answers to this one 😅

I voted for Donald Trump.

To understand why I voted for Trump, you must understand my personal story.

I graduated from high school in 1992 after a childhood working in tobacco and pig farming. After graduating, I got a job at the local textile factory called Guilford East in Kenansville, North Carolina. Kenansville is one of the many small towns in North Carolina.

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The Guilford East facility was the area's largest employer. He paid the highest wages (I made about $ 12 an hour), employed most people, and paid more taxes. At one point, that only installation was No.

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I voted for Donald Trump.

To understand why I voted for Trump, you must understand my personal story.

I graduated from high school in 1992 after a childhood working in tobacco and pig farming. After graduating, I got a job at the local textile factory called Guilford East in Kenansville, North Carolina. Kenansville is one of the many small towns in North Carolina.

Kenansville, North Carolina - Wikipedia

The Guilford East facility was the area's largest employer. He paid the highest wages (I made about $ 12 an hour), employed most people, and paid more taxes. At one point, that single facility was the number two taxpayer in Duplin County. I worked there for several years left to go to the Sonoco plastics manufacturing plant in Mount Olive, North Carolina, another small town about a half hour drive away.

Mount Olive, North Carolina - Wikipedia

I had my first real experience of working with computers at the Sonoco facility. Since the facility was so small that it had no IT staff on site, it relied on hobbyists like me to fix the computers. I also helped install a new maintenance management system across the division. So for two years, I was living the dream while traveling to six different states to install this system over the course of two years. This is when Y2K was a thing. By the way, we are in 1998 at this point.

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After working for Sonoco for two years and installing that division-wide maintenance management system, they were going to put me back on the ground as a regular machine operator with a drastic pay cut. We are talking about going from $ 13 / hour to $ 8.30 / hour.

At this point, I saw the writing on the wall. I realized that all these factory jobs were going to go away eventually and that the only real way to move up was to get a degree. So in 1999, I got my old job back at the Guilford East facility and started going to the local community college. I had to work 12 hours at night (from 7 to 7 in the morning) and go to school during the day (from 8 to 12 at night). It was HARD to do. Everything was full time, except sleep, which I couldn't get much sleep from for years. After graduating from the local community college, I moved to Wilmington, North Carolina to attend the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW). We are now in 2003.

University of North Carolina at Wilmington - Wikipedia

I got my degree in computer science and graduated in 2007. Look how long it took me to get a four-year degree because I had to work through college. Your car payments and bills keep coming in just because you decide to get a title later in life. I paid my way through UNCW by installing and maintaining Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 and Windows XP at various small businesses that paid me for IT support.

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When I graduated from UNCW in 2007, I got a job and thought I was doing everything right. Until I started seeing this:

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So after spending NON-SLEEP YEARS of my life and TEN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS earning a degree in STEM, I still run the risk of getting fired.

Today I am 44 years old. I have a wife and son, a mortgage, all those fun things. I can't afford to get another college degree in anything else, especially not with today's tuition fees and then help my now 12-year-old get into college.

Oh, and did I mention that we're still paying off my wife's student loans by getting a SECOND bachelor's degree in accounting? Her first degree is in Textile Chemistry, but all textiles are gone (we met at the Guilford East facility).

Go to YouTube and watch videos of Trump and Hillary discussing or presenting their campaigns. Trump spoke early on about how NAFTA screwed up all of us. On how the H1B visa was being abused. About how the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was a bad deal. That talk resonated with me and with many others. And now, today, the H1B visa is under attack by Trump and so is NAFTA.

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I didn't vote for Trump because I liked him. I voted for him because his economic policies made sense to my family. All Clinton did was talk over and over about progressive policies that mean nothing to me.

James

EDIT: This answer was written before the 2020 election, before the far-left riots in places like Seattle, and before what happened on Capitol Hill. There was no way of knowing that the future contained those things. However, I still get occasional comments from people who seem to want to lash out at anyone they can. I'm not going to spend time dealing with emails from Quora saying I have new content only to find out that it is a troll telling me about a written response long before all of the above happened. Therefore, comments have been disabled. Go fuck someone else, or better yet, yourself.

I'll just give this an open train of thought approach to responding with bullets:

The first thought is that Joe Biden won't make it mentally and perhaps physically for four years. Kamala Harris will be president soon. I don't like Kamala Harris. The main reason is his attack on Brett Kavanaugh, who had no evidence of sexual harassment, followed by his endorsement of Biden, who had a similar claim, but with more evidence. He screamed in hypocrisy. She is very smart and manipulative. She will do whatever it takes to be successful.

Trump is not hiding. Let your mouth run. I don't think his ego allows it

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I'll just give this an open train of thought approach to responding with bullets:

The first thought is that Joe Biden won't make it mentally and perhaps physically for four years. Kamala Harris will be president soon. I don't like Kamala Harris. The main reason is his attack on Brett Kavanaugh, who had no evidence of sexual harassment, followed by his endorsement of Biden, who had a similar claim, but with more evidence. He screamed in hypocrisy. She is very smart and manipulative. She will do whatever it takes to be successful.

Trump is not hiding. Let your mouth run. I don't think his ego allows him to be calculating and manipulative. He is the devil I know.

I'm a little government guy to the right of the center. That is, if I really don't know what the solution is, I don't change it. The ego on the left is dangerous. He has no idea what's at the end of the dark tunnel, but he's sprinting through it anyway. I believe that the founding fathers were true geniuses who created a country for the people for the first time in the history of mankind.

Joe Biden clearly ruled out the far-left anarchists whom I saw burning buildings across the country. Similarly, racists backed Trump, yet he denounced them over and over again, while the media made it seem like he wasn't thinking. They claimed dog whistles, however Biden didn't need a dog whistle. He said "Antifa is an idea." Completely denying the existence of a group that I saw destroyed. They would call themselves anti-fascists while they were fascists. I saw them physically assault an Asian reporter for covering them.

Trump would complain and call things fake news, but those same organizations were openly Democratic and reported the news from a skewed perspective, which made me agree that the news was biased or "fake." I saw this countless times. Other organizations, with the exception of Sean Hannity, seemed more balanced.

Trump brought in zones of opportunity, permanently funded black universities, removed mandatory minimums with prison reform, reached out to the black community regularly to try to listen, but to no avail. The media establishment would attack ANYONE who worked with the man. Then he called him a racist.

He had women in his inner circle as advisers, but he was sexist. He appointed a woman to the Supreme Court, but not the right woman. (It's only historical when the left person likes the person, I guess 🤷‍♂️)

They had a resistance movement before he was sworn in along with the impeachment plans. They said accusation before he swore in, which I found insane.

They never gave it a chance that I found suspicious.

They hated him more than I had ever seen hating someone while saying Let Love Win.

They supported the failure of the American economy just so he could be ousted.

Ultimately, the left will destroy everything that stands in its way and anyone it feels is powerful enough to derail its agenda. I can't vote for that. They are as dangerous as the extreme right. The only reason I openly say that I voted for him is because I think I am insignificant.

Finally, this morning, Pfizer released the news that it had a 90% cure. They clearly sat on that information. Why? Because they knew the information would benefit Trump. They purposely sat on the information to change a choice. If my vote were against what Big Pharma would like, that sounds good to me. Trump was playing with drug prices and I think that's probably bad for Big Pharma. At least his actions this morning seem to indicate that he was.

This is what I can think of at the top of my head. Just my opinion. I hope that helps.

Ah, one more thing. I am not a "supporter". These are elected officials. They are public servants. They are not my leader, they are there because my tax money pays them to do what needs to be done so that I can maintain my life, my freedom and the pursuit of my own happiness.

The majority of Americans who voted did not vote for Donald Trump. I would venture to assume that almost 100% of them have no regrets, other than that they won.

In my opinion, there are 3 fields of people who voted for Trump.

The first camp is made up of people who strongly support your policies. People who may even find him rude and incompetent, but made the mistake of thinking that he was smarter than him at navigating politics. At the very least, they may have thought that you would hire people who knew things. Instead his administration is haunted by incompetents and as I write this, a new chief if the staff is being

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The majority of Americans who voted did not vote for Donald Trump. I would venture to assume that almost 100% of them have no regrets, other than that they won.

In my opinion, there are 3 fields of people who voted for Trump.

The first camp is made up of people who strongly support your policies. People who may even find him rude and incompetent, but made the mistake of thinking that he was smarter than him at navigating politics. At the very least, they may have thought that you would hire people who knew things. Instead, his administration is littered with incompetents, and as I write this, a new chief of staff is being considered. That would be the third in 18 months. This group of fans smiles and supports him as he and a genius like Stephen Miller combine their collective intellectual forces to devise the disaster that produced images of young children crying around the world. If they regret it, they just can't seem to keep their mouths shut.

The second field of Trump supporters are people who would rather eat glasses than vote for Hillary Clinton. They will most likely regret not having had a better option. If they have a better option in 2020, I think they will accept it.

The third field is the most vulnerable point of the Republican Party. The people Trump still pleases. Yesterday, a coward with a gun entered the newsroom of an Annapolis, Maryland newspaper and killed five journalists. The far right is celebrating the death of these 5 people. That's a direct result of Donald Trump's big, vile, lying mouth. People celebrating, that's the most vulnerable.

There are no regrets from the lowest: Donald Trump has given them a voice and will continue to do so because more than anything else, Donald Trump loves flattery. And things that used to come out of the cracks at night are now mutating to enjoy your time in the sun. And they will give you what you eat.

The prize for all of this so far? A tax cut and a national debt of $ 1,500,000,000,000.

No, although it happened with a Secretary of War. Stanton refused to leave the office when Lorenzo Thomas, designated by Andrew Johnson, attempted to enter and seize it. He did not leave and no military officer helped Thomas. He remained in his office during Johnson's impeachment. In a sense, it was similar because Stanton was appointed by the old president, Thomas by the new, and the authority of the old president was maintained. But it wasn't the White House.

With Trump. If it would happen, well, we act like the whole media buzz is invisible to Trump. What I think people don't realize is speculation

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No, although it happened with a Secretary of War. Stanton refused to leave the office when Lorenzo Thomas, designated by Andrew Johnson, attempted to enter and seize it. He did not leave and no military officer helped Thomas. He remained in his office during Johnson's impeachment. In a sense, it was similar because Stanton was appointed by the old president, Thomas by the new, and the authority of the old president was maintained. But it wasn't the White House.

With Trump. If it would happen, well, we act like the whole media buzz is invisible to Trump. What I think people don't realize is that speculation fuels their plans and actions. What will most upset political opponents and thus shake up the grassroots, it will. If you are liberal and you hate him, he will. Why? You are outraged and his followers like to see you like this. Some form of that. So normally I would say this is just silly speculation. But now that so much has been said about this, yes, I could see this happening in some form. It is a rule and does not follow them.

I don't know what form it takes, he probably talks about it a lot and makes everyone mad before he says' well I'm just doing this because Ivanka and Jared spoke badly to me, or something like that.

In any other year, he would reply that the president would be an intruder, arrested and removed from office. That may well happen. But every aspect of that, down to the last nook and cranny, will be scrutinized on social media: the secret service, their names, who is doing the removal. Crowds will appear from both sides.

Despite all the hub-ub, that's where I think it's going. Hub ub. Trump for all his supporters, does not have overwhelming support in the current Senate, little in the House. While he appointed two members of the Supreme Court and they are fans of the executive branch, I don't see it. Not even Thomas.

There is another factor to contribute to this discussion. The new president would also gain executive power and protection while in office. So in the talk about this, we just tend to look at what happens to Trump, if he is removed, etc. We need to see what happens to the new president, presumably in this scenario, Biden. Now you can go where you want, with protection and that protection will presumably eliminate the 'interruptions' when you go to the office and sit in the chair.

So somewhere in that vortex of old president and new president with full rights to get in, I don't know, maybe you have a strange kind of Grace and Frankie for a few minutes, Biden and Trump in the oval, but it eventually works out.

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