Why Trump won, a message! (Page 4)

Cenababy
Cenababy: Lol the "facts" about Trump are all be hence Muellers report, no obstruction, no conspiracy, etc. Liberals will now be screaming with more lies!
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longpigchef
longpigchef: aye aye
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T dub tha dude
T dub tha dude: He was was less corrupt than Killary and the evil dem machine!
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Sandra057
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davidk1
davidk1: Not all dems...but if the shoe fits...
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davidk1
davidk1: Hot topic. Really, really hot ...

Mark Zaid, one of the attorneys representing the whistleblower at the center of the Democrats' ongoing impeachment inquiry, tweeted conspicuously in January 2017 that a "coup has started" and that "impeachment will follow ultimately."

Then, in July 2017, Zaid remarked, "I predict @CNN will play a key role in @realDonaldTrump not finishing out his full term as president."

This attorney representing the whistleblower, said these things on record, 2 years ago.

The Spygate Hoax did not work.

The Russia Collusion Hoax did not work.

The Ukrainian Hoax is falling apart.

Schiff and Pelosi have been caught lying.

The libs have gone all in.

They have nowhere to go now.

Once the Senate gets the case and it goes to trial, all the players for this coup will be outed in public and it's all over for them. They got caught in an intentional coup to overthrow an elected official.

Obama is not above the law.

Hillary is not above the law.

Bill, is not above the law.

Schiff is not above the law.

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SandraL57
SandraL57: so grasping
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davidk1
davidk1: What is so grasping?

Mark Zaid, one of the attorneys representing the whistleblower at the center of the Democrats' ongoing impeachment inquiry, tweeted conspicuously in January 2017 that a "coup has started" and that "impeachment will follow ultimately."

Then, in July 2017, Zaid remarked, "I predict @CNN will play a key role in @realDonaldTrump not finishing out his full term as president."
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SandraL57
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SandraL57
SandraL57: why dont you go watch Trump's rally In Louisiana tonight,
maybe they will Go Blue too
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SandraL57
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davidk1
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davidk1
davidk1: .

Take your own advice, don't talk to me.

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SandraL57
SandraL57: you should get banned no one on here talks to you anyway
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The giant midget
The giant midget: She's gone again
Wtf
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Angry Beaver
Angry Beaver: Trump won because quite a few americans are quite stupid?
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Angry Beaver
Angry Beaver: Too much religion in that country, this is why dump won lol

Intelligence, Religion January 26, 2018
Are religious people really less smart, on average, than atheists?

By Emma Young

Of course, there are examples of extremely intelligent individuals with strong religious convictions. But various studies have found that, on average, belief in God is associated with lower scores on IQ tests. “It is well established that religiosity correlates inversely with intelligence,” note Richard Daws and Adam Hampshire at Imperial College London, in a new paper published in Frontiers in Psychology, which seeks to explore why.

It’s a question with some urgency – the proportion of people with a religious belief is growing: by 2050, if current trends continue, people who say they are not religious will make up only 13 per cent of the global population. Based on the low-IQ-religiosity link, it could be argued that humanity is on course to become collectively less smart.

One suggestion is that perhaps religious people tend to rely more on intuition. So, rather than having impaired general intelligence, they might be comparatively poor only on tasks in which intuition and logic come into conflict – and this might explain the lower overall IQ test results.

To investigate, Daws and Hampshire surveyed more than 63,000 people online, and had them complete a 30-minute set of 12 cognitive tasks that measured planning, reasoning, attention and working memory. The participants also indicated whether they were religious, agnostic or atheist.

As predicted, the atheists performed better overall than the religious participants, even after controlling for demographic factors like age and education. Agnostics tended to place between atheists and believers on all tasks. In fact, strength of religious conviction correlated with poorer cognitive performance. However, while the religious respondents performed worse overall on tasks that required reasoning, there were only very small differences in working memory.

Also, some of the reasoning tasks, such as an extra-hard version of the Stroop Task known as “colour-word remapping”, had been designed to create maximum conflict between an intuitive response and a logical one, and the biggest group differences emerged on these tasks, consistent with the idea that religious people rely more on their intuition. In contrast, for a complex reasoning task – “deductive reasoning” – for which there were no obviously intuitive answers, there was much less of a group difference.

Daws and Hampshire concluded: “These findings provide evidence in support of the hypothesis that the religiosity effect relates to conflict [between reasoning and intuition] as opposed to reasoning ability or intelligence more generally.”

If, as this work suggests, religious belief predisposes people to rely more heavily on intuition in decision-making – and the stronger their belief, the more pronounced the impact – how much of a difference does this make to actual achievement in the real world? At the moment, there’s no data on this. But in theory, perhaps cognitive training could allow religious people to maintain their beliefs without over-relying on intuition when it conflicts with logic in day to day decision-making.


Too many Alabama redneck types voted for him rofl

How come so many anti gay marriage, anti abortionists and Trump supporters say Y'all a lot?
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Cenababy
Cenababy: Bs. That is absolute hogwash
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