You Can Fool Some of the People All of the Time

Republicans, Explained

Tiger Beat on the Potomac (thanks Charlie!) morning email thingie tells us that 29% of the Coup Klux Klan voters think that Hair Füror will be “reinstalled” as supreme leader (whatevs) sometime this summer:

TESTING A TRUMPIAN FANTASY — Last week it was reported that former President DONALD TRUMP believeshe’ll be reinstated as president after it’s proven that Biden cheated in the election. And lo and behold, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll, three out of 10 Republican voters think that it’s going to happen, too.

These people are nuts, of course, but I suppose that’s redundant. What no one seems to be to answer is exactly HOW this is supposed to happen. Just by majicks I guess?

Do continue

The vast majority of Americans dismiss the Trumpian fantasy: 84% of Democrats, 70% of independents and 61% of Republicans. Yet a third of Republicans isn’t nothing: While Trump hasn’t said publicly he thinks he’ll be reinstated, the poll is another reflection of the grip he has on the GOP base. Speaking of which, 59% of GOP voters polled think Trump should play a major role in the party going forward. ToplinesCrosstabs

It’s amazing to me how consistently 30% of  Republicans are dead-enders. The number of GQPers who stood with Chimpy McStagger at the end of his reign of error was 27%.

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7 Responses to You Can Fool Some of the People All of the Time

  1. roket says:

    The scary part to me is that somehow these idiots are able to blend.

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  2. Jimmy T says:

    Cippola’s “Five Fundamental Laws of Stupidity.”

    Law 1: Always and inevitably everyone underestimates the number of stupid individuals in circulation. …
    Law 2: The probability that a certain person be stupid is independent of any other characteristic of that person. …
    Law 3. A stupid person is a person who causes losses to another person or to a group of persons while himself deriving no gain and even possibly incurring losses
    Law 4: Non-stupid people always underestimate the damaging power of stupid individuals. In particular non-stupid people constantly forget that at all times and places and under any circumstances to deal and/or associate with stupid people always turns out to be a costly mistake
    Law 5: A stupid person is the most dangerous type of person

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    • MDavis says:

      Related rules, which we have applied to medical actions since before Y2K:
      When apparently hostile actions lead you to suspect malice, do not discount the possibility that the actions were caused by incompetence.
      But you cannot rule out either, or both, simply on the evidence of one apparently hostile action.

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  3. 29% of the Coup Klux Klan voters think that Hair Füror will be “reinstalled”

    And there’s the Crazification Factor again. This is not new crazy, this is the same old crazy in different cosplay outfits.

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  4. Bruce388 says:

    Richard Nixon’s approval rating was 25% when he resigned to avoid certain impeachment and removal.

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  5. RWW says:

    The stratospheric stupidity of TFG has created a new kind of “Overton Window” for the GQP, which never had a problem with pushing stupid beliefs on stupid and non-stupid people alike in service of right wing tribalism. TFG will keep pushing the window to the point where it runs out of a house to hold it, and all you’ll have left are the flat earth morons looking out.

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