'Civil War' Trends on Twitter After Iowa Trump Rally Attendee's Remarks Go ViralCivil War" was a top trending topic on Twitter on Sunday after remarks from an attendee of former President Donald Trump's rally in Iowa were widely circulated online and by the media.Trump held a rally at the Iowa State Fairground in Des Moines on Saturday. At the event, Trump supporter Lori Levi told MSNBC that she believes the U.S. is headed for a "civil war." Levi criticized Democrats and Republicans, saying most members of the GOP are "as weak as they possibly could be in Congress.""They're establishment. They don't care about the American people because they're in their elite little tower," she said. "So we're just sick of it, you know, and we're not going to take it anymore. I see a civil war coming. I do. I see civil war coming."https://www.newsweek.com/civil-war-trends-twitter-after-iowa-trump-rally-attendees-remarks-go-viral-1637410
>>942915>WHITE IOWA WHITE POWA t-Rump TOWA CONFEDERATE PSYCHOTIC HOWAwho keeps posting this shit? is this a bot of some kind? or is this a real person? i fail to believe someone is this retarded
why do most of the threads in /news/ have the word "t-rump" in the subject? is /news/ a bunch of young retard leftistshits?
>>943060These threads are clearly false flags by /pol/ to give people like you an excuse to whine and censor actual news articles.
>>943060It's the same Chinese / Russian shill that's paid to do this every day. I can't think of anyone else who would bother unless they were paid in rubles or yuan.
>>943058>who keeps posting this shitSeemingly a special needs kid with too much time on his hands
If Donald Trump was reelected in 2024 it would have a catastrophic effect on America’s psyche, experts say.Speaking to Raw Story, several experts said the former president’s comeback would have profound effects on the country’s democracy and would create polarisation and violence.Dr. Lance Dodes, a retired assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, said his reelection could threaten democracy because of his “delusional sociopathy: his absence of a conscience, incapacity to care about or empathise with others, projection of blame to others (paranoia) and his psychotic distortion of reality in order to maintain his belief that he has a godlike superiority”.“Trump’s primitive emotional state make him an enormous danger to democracy, which he cannot abide. As a consequence, if he were to again become president, the end of democracy in this country would become a realistic possibility,” he said.
>>944754Eh, it's just another news cycle. Nothing ever changes.
They started this fight. What they don't want to play anymore? It hasn't even gotten real yet. Get ready. Stock up. We're just getting started. Enjoy empty shelves. Don't get too hungry.
>>942915TRUMP TOWAWHITE POWAGOLDEN SHOWAFINEST HOWA
>>944797If you thought 2020 was bad, just wait for 2024.That's the message from comedian Bill Maher in a powerful segment in which he suggests that what happened in 2020 -- Donald Trump insisting, without proof, that the election was stolen and leaning on Republican election officials to change the vote (or ignore it entirely) -- was only a test run for what is coming."Trump has spent his [post presidency] figuring out how to pull off the coup he couldn't pull off last time," Maher argued, noting that the former President has systematically sought to eliminate those who kept him from overturning the election -- from Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.On this, Maher is spot on. Since his 2020 election loss, Trump has spent the vast majority of his time fighting with his own party -- insisting that they aren't fighting hard enough and that he will find people willing to do just that come 2022.In addition to endorsing a challenger to Raffensperger for Georgia secretary of state, Trump is backing a state representative for Arizona secretary of state who not only worked to overturn the election results in the state but also attended the January 6 "Stop the Steal" rally that served as a prelude to the riot at the US Capitol. Those are two of many people Trump is endorsing who, had they been in office during and after the 2020 election, would have worked to change the outcome.In each episode of his weekly YouTube show, Chris Cillizza will delve a little deeper into the surreal world of politics. Click to subscribe!Maher envisions a 2024 election where a) Trump runs again b) Trump wins the Republican nomination again and c) Trump refuses to acknowledge the results again.The difference? "This time his claims of illegal voting by immigrants or mail-in ballots coming in after deadline or the system was hacked by Venezuela ... will be fully embraced by the stooges he's installing right now," argued Maher.