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🚩 Lasting from 1945 to 2020, Fourth America is dying.
« on: July 22, 2021, 03:22:33 pm »
July 17, 2021

Fourth America is Almost Over ó Americans Want a Divorce

Andrew Tanner


Fourth America is dying ó but the shape of Fifth America is still unwritten.

And in a way, thatís kind of exciting.

Because anyone with a brain between their ears knows the status quo in America is not working. The evidence is everywhere:

🤦‍♂️ Mass shootings almost every day

🤦‍♂️ Inability to agree on basic concepts like the germ theory of disease

🤦‍♂️ Half the population living just $400 away from bankruptcy

🤦‍♂️ Widespread housing shortage forcing people onto the streets

🤦‍♂️ Complete separation between white and blue collar jobs

🤦‍♂️ A university education is required to get a good job, but is expensive

🥵 600,000+ dead from a disease other countries did a better job at fighting

😈 50% of income tax revenues flow to a 🦍 military that canít win wars

😱 Climate disasters burning and flooding whole towns

😬 Shortages of critical supplies and wildly varying prices

If you go back and look at the Soviet Union in the late 1980s, the pattern should jump right out at you.

The country is falling apart , and the 😈 billionaires and political hacks running the show are selling  inadequate solutions. Linear 👎 treatments to exponentially growing problems.

And this is why between 30% and 44% of Americans, depending on the region, support outright secession :o ó an issue thought to have been fully resolved 150 years ago.

If you asked Americans whether they were willing to legally separate, as opposed to pursuing secession, these numbers would jump even higher.

And what is more, what is so devastating to President Joe Bidenís effort to unite Americans by, mostly, telling them theyíre united in every other speech, is that these numbers have increased since January and the Capitol riot.

Even among Democrats, particularly in Pacific America ó the West Coast states of California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaiíi, and in this survey design Alaska ó support for outright secession is incredibly high.

45% of Democrats ó who are more than half of the voters out here ó want to be free from D.C.

Thatís only surpassed by Republicans and Independents in the South ó the heart of the old Confederacy ó at 66% and 50%. Thatís not a surprise, given the regionís history and Republican rejection of the 2020 Presidential Election.

But that even with a Democrat in office Pacific Americans are becoming more supportive of secession ó that should come as a dire warning.

There is a reason that, back in 2020 when a group of senior Democrats and Republicans gamed out how a disputed election might go, one of the main outcomes was California, Oregon, and Washington seceding.

The powers-that-be back East might not say it out loud, but they know full well whatís coming.

Trumpís ability to come within 45,000 votes of winning the electoral college ó while still losing the popular vote by more than 7 million ó is what powers his continued false claims to have won the election. To have come so close, to have turned out a truly unprecedented number of people ó that is why Republicans believe Trumpís lies.

As I also predicted, Bidenís public outreach across the aisle has failed. Sure, he may get a watered-down bipartisan infrastructure bill passed yet. And it is even possible that reconciliation will give him a big win.

But the cost will be high. He is going to lose the House to Republican gerrymandering and the normal decline in support for the incumbent Presidentís party that almost always happens in midterm elections. No matter how small a reconciliation spending bill might be, the centrist mood has shifted strongly to fears of inflation and the rising national debt.

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He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. Matt 10:37


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