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  • #1933325
    bored guy
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    what will trump haters do after he leaves office?
    where will they focus their hate?
    how will they fill all the new free time of not being angry 24/7?
    who will they say caused all the problems in the universe from hurricanes, to your car not starting, to covid numbers?
    i understand trump hater aren’t smart enough to understand this post, so this is just an inside joke for the intellectual curious, for the exploring artist, for the inquisitive creative.

    #1933482
    yaakov doe
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    Few actually hate the deranged lying man with the fake tan and orange dyed hair. It’s just that he’s a demagogue unfit for the office who appeals to the lowest element of society. I feel sorry for his children from the 3 wives who have a father with absolutely no moral compass who lies so frequently and has the attention span of a mosquito. No a father figure to idolize.

    #1933474
    ☕️coffee addict
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    Republicans

    Trump has said numerous times that he’s the one standing in the way between “us” and “them”

    #1933481
    huju
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    I am a Trump hater. I am not a hater of anything but Trump (and coconut), and when he leaves office – in 22 days, you can bet the farm on that – my concern about Trump will be greatly reduced. He will still be an incompetent nitwit, a malicious misogynist and racist, and a liar, but his power over the US and the rest of the world will be greatly reduced. I worry about his lasting effects, if any, on US politics, but I do not have free-floating hatred that needs to be focused on something.

    What are democRAT haters going to do when Biden and Harris take office – in 22 days? Is there any chance they will stop misusing capital letters?

    #1933462
    CTLAWYER
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    We can still express disdain for the idiots who supported Trump and continue to support the buffoon, as well as his whole family of grifters and those criminals he pardoned.

    NOTE: I did not use the word hate, I don’t hate anyone.
    Trump is mentally deranged and needs serious help.

    #1933463
    chymee
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    what will trump haters do after he leaves office? making a big סעודת הודאה, with the attendees not wearing any masks & no social distancing,.

    where will they focus their hate? It works the same as in 2016

    how will they fill all the new free time of not being angry 24/7? Without watching Twitter 24/7

    Clear? Understood? Happy? Answers your questions?

    #1933460
    akuperma
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    Don’t worry. There are plenty of other politically incorrect for them to target. Lack of substance will never be a problem for those to whom facts are less significant than conformity to self-imposed ideological norms.

    #1933456
    Reb Eliezer
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    They will say ‘goodbye and good riddance’ and forget about him.

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    #1933506
    jackk
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    We are awaiting:
    1) The Melania divorce.
    2) The multiple criminal cases against him and his company from NY.
    3) All the hidden corruption that the Biden administration will now have access to and reveal.
    4) The total and complete dismantling of everything Trump has done in the past 4 years with the power of Executive Orders.
    5) The 180/360 degree (hypocritical) turn around by his republican supporters when they start accusing Biden of everything they ignored with Trump. One big one is the deficit which blew up 9 Trillion dollars under Trump.
    6) All the books written by former members of his administration revealing how unqualified he was to be the president.

    So much to look forward to.

    #1933522
    Gadolhadorah
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    “What will trump haters do after he leaves office”

    We are going to Disney World in Orlando, and then drive down to West Palm to watch some deranged [and homeless] man with a fake tan and orange dyed hair sitting on the side of the road on A1A/Ocean Blvd.with a cardboard sign saying “will lie for latte'”.

    #1933528
    🍫Syag Lchochma
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    Case. In. Point.

    #1933561
    huju
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    I don’t think Trump is mentally deranged or ill in any medical or psychological sense. I think he is simply an awful human being, and there is no way to change that, other than by his having a change of heart, which I do not expect, even if he lives another 20 years.

    #1933564
    YSF156
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    @yaakovdoe I’m not standing by either politician’s side. But when you say “absolutely no moral compass”, are you going to ignore that there are several videos of Biden clearly touching women & children innappropiately? Their faces clearly show they were not wanting his advancements.

    And are you really going to ignore the 2 hours of leaked footage of Biden arrogantly condescending the Black Civil leaders & telling them he isn’t going to fulfill his campaign promises.

    I’m not sticking up for Trump (although, I genuinely appreciate certain things about him: such as his courage & hard-headedness). But are you really going to ignore the fact that videos of Biden show him doing the same thing that Trump has been accused of being?

    #1933600
    smerel
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    It depends on the degree of hatred and personal gain people having from hating Trump.

    The Lincoln Project is working very hard and making a lot of money off creating a Trump type McCarthyism where even long after he is gone they can still profit off keeping him around as a boogeyman. All Republican candidates are accused of being “Trumpists” that have to be liquidated.No matter What the Republicans do The Lincoln Project will insist they are fighting “Trumpism”

    For people with less profit motive or less TDS it will depend on how successful Trump’s greater enemies are keeping him in the public sphere and as a focus of public attention.

    #1933603
    Reb Eliezer
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    If Trump would care for others, he would speak up against restricting the transition thereby endangering our national security. He is generating his own hatred.

    #1933656
    Reb Eliezer
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    The $2000 corona relief can only be legislated with his personal interest. Is it a wonder that people hate him?

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    #1933704
    emes nisht sheker
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    It will be very nice when Trump leaves office. I look forward to a return of dignity to the office of the Presidency. Not hearing about the vile and crude comments the President is hurling against his foes. I also look forward to a President that will try to govern following principles rather than his gut. Under Trump the GOP abandoned their opposition to deficit spending that they harped on for 8 years when Obama was President as one clear example of how under Trump the only principle governing was how does the GOP remain in power.

    #1933726
    huju
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    To emes nisht sheker: The Republicans never oppose deficits when the president is a Republican, going back to Reagan, if not further back, to Nixon and Ike.

    #1933734
    🍫Syag Lchochma
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    I have to say (to no one person in particular) that I never knew frum Jews could have so much hate in them. It has been a huge awakening and a bitter disappointment. Have you no objective view at just how disgusting this midda is (not my chiddish) Blind, disgusting, rancor with absolutely no spiritual benefit. I really never thought it was possible.

    #1933745
    Reb Eliezer
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    Do we hate Trump for nothing? He adds a poison pill in the COVID $2000 relief bill such that the Democrats should not be able to agree by being only concerned with his own personal interest.

    #1933752
    emes nisht sheker
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    Second what Syag says!

    To be honest, I have only really seen the middah of hate driving a person, and people so filled with it, when it comes to Clinton, not Trump (at least in the frum community).

    With Trump, it seems that some here are confusing hatred with opposition to the things he does. In simple terms, I assume you would be disgusted if someone were to scam someone. You might even after that decide you dislike that person for scamming other people (e.g. Madoff). The disgust or even hatred of the person, is ultimately driven by the behavior that runs contrary to acceptable behavior that underlies our society. With Trump, he constantly engages in unacceptable behavior, whether in his personal life, the way he speaks, or his actions to hurt Democracy. That is all that drives the views of the frum people opposed to Trump. If it results in people hating Trump that is just the end of being constantly disgusted by his vile actions. With Clinton on the other hand, the hatred is what drives everything else and like you expressed is very troubling to see that frum Jews can feel that way.

    #1933759
    🍫Syag Lchochma
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    …and the famous pull of the yetzer horah to disguise it as a mitzvah.

    Hashem should rescue us from this galus.

    #1933896
    Reb Eliezer
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    A yid, we don’t hate because he will do teshuva whereas Trump will never do teshuva.

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