r/WhitePeopleTwitter May 26 '23

Something something SiLeNt MaJoRiTy

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u/WatchItAllBurn1 May 26 '23

There is also a chance that in bush' second election that there were some genuine problems

  • 54% of votes discarded in Florida were African americans

  • in the same election, Ohio made it harder and less accessible for African Americans and poor communities to vote too.

While these were ultimately rejected by the republican congress at the time. It does not change the fact that Bush only won the popular vote by 0.7%.


u/Glorthiar May 26 '23 edited May 26 '23

This is why we should stop letting states decide how their votes are counted and sent in, because they cheat for their own teams. The feds should go to every god damn state and count the votes without those states being allow to fuck with it, states themselves are commiting election fraud openly without consequence.


u/WatchItAllBurn1 May 26 '23 edited May 27 '23

But why would the republican party ever agree to that? They literally cannot win elections without doing shady shit to the extreme.


u/[deleted] May 27 '23

I mean, Rs could actually try:

  1. Not being so extreme.
  2. Persuading voters instead of the BS they shove down Fox News viewers’ throats.
  3. Functional, real governing when in power.
  4. Look to the future of the country and not just cater to old, rich, white people.

But 🤷🏻‍♂️