• In a word, NO. 😄
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Thanks for sharing!
  • Sure...if you adopt an attitude (for example) such as: "I support the President of the United States, whoever that might be." Such a person does not support both of those men in all of the same ways simultaneously, but such a person can certainly support both men at different times and/or at the same time but in different ways.
  • Yes - they're called "RINOS".
  • Yes, there could be a possibilty
  • Both are put there as a opposing figures, in order to fulfill the Hegelian dialectic, or the synthesise. So you could agree or disagree with what both say, on specific topics, but at the end of the day, how you vote reveals where your priorities and morals lay, however none of these leaders have any morals, they are puppets put in place to give you the illusion of choice, just like George Carlin told you, "They are all in one Big Club, and YOU ain't in it." The people and corporations who finance these puppets are the controlling powers, along with the deep state. All presidents are made honouree freemasons in office, and all freemasons are beholden to the lodge.

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