Hypothetically, what would happen if trump/ conservatives alienate the majority of Americans before an election?
For example, the lgbtq community, blacks, Asians, Hispanics, Native Americans, women, liberals, centrists, environmentalists, professors, comedians, Millennials, musicians etc.....
Remember, this is just hypothetical...
- RICKLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
They already have
- 1 month ago
Do you mean... LIKE THE DEMOCRITS are and have been doing for the last few years...
- Sunday CroneLv 71 month ago
It happened before and many of the silent majority is what go trump elected.
- FoofaLv 71 month ago
It's hardly hypothetical as it's happened before. Parties sweep elections periodically then govern until they go to extremes and we experience another 180 in terms of ideology. As our only two viable political parties move further and further into the insane we can look forward to jerking and jolting back and forth every few years until sanity prevails and we establish some new parties to vote for. The fact that so many aren't registered to either party and the US has the lowest voter participation rates in the developed world should be a wake up call to all that this DNC/RNC lock on our elections is disenfranchising rational people at an alarming rate.
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- yLv 71 month ago
Lots of those who were upset would come out and vote against him. This is why the left has organized these thugs into mixing with the peaceful crowds and start this rioting, looting BS.
- ObamavengerLv 71 month ago
They are working hard to do that
- David SLv 71 month ago
Nothing would happen, except perhaps Biden's election. But the thing is that conservatives are present in every one of the groups you mentioned in your question.
- kswck2Lv 71 month ago
If you listen to CNN, he/they already have. And that alone is why he should be reelected, calling out all the phonies.
- RandomLv 41 month ago
Trump already alienated these groups. Don't forget that in 2016 many more people voted against Trump than voted for him. Trump has never had popular support.
- Dru ZodLv 41 month ago
How would we alienate ourselves?
Conservatives make up the majority
The groups you mention include conservatives
- OrlaLv 51 month ago
I'm pretty sure that already is happening.