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Thanks in no small part to the power of the internet, politicians are more intimately in tune with their constituents, and their opponents’ constituents, than ever before.
To get a good look across the aisle, all anyone needs to do is spend a few hours on Twitter, diving into hashtag rabbit holes and riding turbulent trending-topic jet streams. You’ll soon find the core of the issue, as ugly and brash as it may be.
Idea - Trump - Base - Path - Qanon
For those hoping to get a better idea of the Trump base, that path often leads to the Qanon conspiracy theory, and the highly devoted Trump supporters who work to spread its message. If you spend enough time delving into the topic, certain phrases will begin to catch your eye: The “storm”, the “great awakening”, and “4D chess”.
That last phrase, 4D chess, refers to a series of maneuvers often undertaken by President Trump that may seem counterintuitive to most, but are really part of some elaborate scheme that will come back to benefit the Commander in Chief in some complex way.
Trump - Assassination - Iran - General - Qasem
After Trump’s recent assassination of Iran’s General Qasem Soleimani, however, the phrase has come under a subtle attack by 2020 hopeful Pete Buttigieg.
“There is no question that Soleimani had American blood on his hands and that he was a bad actor in the region. But if there is anything that we...
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