You wrote, "Many people haven't made up their minds! That's true every election. As polarizing as Trump is, there are still many people who don't know what to think. They have mixed feelings, or they only tune into politics at election time. Political parties always have to work to persuade those people. Thus it's crucial to understand the "hidden persuasion" power of big tech, and how they use it."
All of this is false.
@ThomasWic The guy is repeating everything what Scott Adams says every other day in his Periscope. Three weeks ago Adams was saying that Trump has 0% chance of winning because of big tech and then two weeks ago he said Trump is winning by a landslide.
Just BS talk to keep minions hooked on to their insanity. All of their theories are predicated upon Americans being stupid and blind and they being the only enlightened ones.
@ThomasWic @mirali The people who think that Dorsey and Zuckerberg are smarter than Trump are the ones who are used to feeling defeated before the battle is even joined. That's who we've been for a very long time.
What I don't get is why they can't see that times have changed, that the battlefield is completely different because of Trump. He has won victory after victory and with little help. He inspires people all over the world-- except for conservatives here. Don't get it at all.
I might change my mind when he can turn out 100,000 requests for tickets to an event he has when the venue only seats 20,000.
It is those people who will get votes for Trump, the ones who love him, trust him, and believe in him to keep his word.
Scott Adams is a cartoonist.
Trump is the leader of the free world.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.