@TheStoicCrane The elites stir up and want continual racial strife so people don't think about wages being flat for decades. The average black person and average white person have more in common with each other than they do with elites of their same race.
@SeasonedRP The greatest irony is that even if they could truly change female nature, and turn them into proper "wife material", they wouldn't like it. Even a great marriage is boring as hell - even for the most Beta of all men. Marriage has only survived as an institution thanks to mistresses, for the upper classes, and brothels, for the lower ones.
@Crownofstars I don't understand why so many tradcons are on the main sub and asktrp, and why a Christian sub would call itself RP. Same goes for MRP, which is more Christian than RP. They are deluding themselves into believing that they can change female nature through self improvement. Christian culture in this country is much more BP than secular culture, and that especially goes for so called conservative churches. It is ingrained in them that women can do no wrong, and this message is hammered down their throats at their churches. "Own your shit" is another way of saying women can do no wrong.
@adam-l From what I've read, a larger proportion of young people are testing positive compared to back in March. That should result in the death rate continuing to drop. The numbers on hospitalizations are confusing in that it isn't clear if people are being hospitalized due to COVID 19, or rather, if people being hospitalized for other things, such as elective surgeries, are testing positive and being counted as COVID hospitalizations. Regardless, airlines and the travel industry are going to be screwed for a while longer. Legal practices based on trial work are also in big trouble.
@SeasonedRP Quite the opposite from what I have seen. I have seen many life-long Democrats and very liberal people saying they will never vote Democrat again and will vote for Trump this year. Some say it with disdain because it's that "lesser of two evils" sorta thing in their mind, others are enthusiastic. There are some people who broke rank and went pro-Trump during COVID after witnessing blatant attempts to undermine basic health efforts from the president.
A few have changed their minds after the riots because it's obvious they are not a natural evolution of the George Floyd protests and that he was a junkie that pistol-whipped a pregnant woman and died with a combination THC, meth, and what is considered a lethal dose of fentanyl in his blood.
Honestly the only person I know of who isn't voting Trump is a life-long union hack Democrat who lives rich enough to have a house in Florida they go to in the winter to stay warm, he only votes Democrat because he wouldn't have gotten his ill-gained money without their help in the past and all he cares about is he traded a lifetime of voting for such a rich lifestyle. Doesn't care about how he screwed dozens of other people out of a fair wage and benefits when he did that trade either. Besides that guy I can't find anyone who isn't voting Trump, and in my area it was nearly 33% Democrat in 2016 with lots of vocal "but he's a rapist" talk in public places.Read More
@tb87670 I read that's the strategy being encouraged by Jared Kushner and staff, I'm just skeptical it is the right one at this time. Jared is supposedly fond of saying "where will they go" referring to Trump's base. I can see the people who put him over the edge last time, the ones who aren't ideologically driven and previously voted for Dems or didn't vote, staying home. But naturally a lot can change between now and November.
@SeasonedRP I do not like this thought but I am of the opinion he's letting the riots go on because the longer they do the more life-long Democrats switch over to saying in public they are never voting Democrat again. I sense another UK vote, heavy conservative win. And like that UK vote the liberals will keep claiming they are winning in polls and they are right, how no one will turn out etc. It's just talk. Talk is cheap especially in politics, what we know for sure is in 2016 everyone was told he had zero chance and he won against every poll.
@TheStoicCrane I rarely watch the news but wanted to see how Trump would address the crowd after all the turmoil in the last few months. I sensed something different from prior rallies. People are demoralized over the virus, job losses, business closures, and civil unrest, yet he didn't provide the kind of reassurances other leaders would have. Maybe it's just me, but it seemed his speech fell flat with the crowd. It wasn't what they wanted to hear. I'm no election forecaster, so my predictions carry no weight, but I can sense a blowout coming this Fall. I think people are going to stay home.