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    Exclamation Freedom Score: Amash's high stakes political game in the era of invisible enemy aka COVID-19

    The way media owners , special interests and globalist neocons with deep pockets have setup political system, a 'face of liberty' probably would get 1% of approved GOPA or Dem candidates votes and may not be able to make to even the debate stage.

    That said, Amash is starting to play a high stakes political game that could have far reaching impact on 2020 electiosn especially if economy/massive unemployment did not recover quickly. Highly volatile political situation in the era of COVID-19.

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    Globalist neocons with deep pockets funding a former democrat turned RINO Republican from NY and an Iraq war voting conservative Dem, both in their 70s, could be getting concerned about sinking of their huge investments in coming election.

    Looking at high overall Freedom Score of Amash compared to both major parties candidates, there could be trouble in paradise if he's able to get his polls to 10%+ in near future.


    All his political appearances so far have been without wearing a mask, that may help him politically also if it became a 3 way race... a scenario that so far looks less likely but stranger things have happened in politics especially post Bush-Cheney blunders.




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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    The way media owners , special interests and globalist neocons with deep pockets have setup political system, a 'face of liberty' probably would get 1% of approved GOPA or Dem candidates votes and may not be able to make to even the debate stage.

    That said, Amash is starting to play a high stakes political game that could have far reaching impact on 2020 electiosn especially if economy/massive unemployment did not recover quickly. Highly volatile political situation in the era of COVID-19.

    Fight Over Death Toll Opens Grim New Front in Election Battle...
    Anxious About Virus, Older Voters Grow More Wary of Trump...


    Globalist neocons with deep pockets funding a former democrat turned RINO Republican from NY and an Iraq war voting conservative Dem, both in their 70s, could be getting concerned about sinking of their huge investments in coming election.

    Looking at high overall Freedom Score of Amash compared to both major parties candidates, there could be trouble in paradise if he's able to get his polls to 10%+ in near future.


    All his political appearances so far have been without wearing a mask, that may help him politically also if it became a 3 way race... a scenario that so far looks less likely but strager things have happened in politics.
    Yup! And Amash's does a good job of moderating his tone so as to not alienate potential voters.
    just me

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    Quote Originally Posted by trey4sports View Post
    Yup! And Amash's does a good job of moderating his tone so as to not alienate potential voters.
    Good point.



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