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'I failed my fellow Americans': the white women defecting from Trump
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Jul 30, 2020 08:28:06   #
Kevyn
 
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been propelled by white working-class men, but another key group in that narrowest of victories was white women with college degrees.
After heavily favoring Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, enough of these voters broke ranks to help Trump over the line, tipping the balance in crucial states in the midwest and elsewhere.
In 2020, however, after four years of tumult, there are signs that Trump has not managed to hang on to that constituency.
“I really failed my fellow American citizens,” said Claudia Luckenbach-Boman. “I’m extremely disappointed in myself, and sometimes I am really afraid to talk about it.
“If I were to vote again for Donald Trump in 2020, it would be just as much a failure as an American, but also a failure as a human being.”
Luckenbach-Boman was a 19-year-old college student in November 2016. From a Republican-voting family, she cast her ballot for Trump in Wisconsin, a swing state which he won by just 22,748 votes.
Voting for her first time, Luckenbach-Boman said she believed Trump, as a political outsider, was the change the US needed. She quickly changed her mind.
“It was just a few months into his presidency that I realized the biggest mistake I could have made as an American citizen was not informing myself,” Luckenbach-Boman said.

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Jul 30, 2020 08:30:08   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
It’s good, it shows some of these trump stars
Are educable!

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Jul 30, 2020 08:53:59   #
Lonewolf
 
Kevyn wrote:
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been propelled by white working-class men, but another key group in that narrowest of victories was white women with college degrees.
After heavily favoring Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, enough of these voters broke ranks to help Trump over the line, tipping the balance in crucial states in the midwest and elsewhere.
In 2020, however, after four years of tumult, there are signs that Trump has not managed to hang on to that constituency.
“I really failed my fellow American citizens,” said Claudia Luckenbach-Boman. “I’m extremely disappointed in myself, and sometimes I am really afraid to talk about it.
“If I were to vote again for Donald Trump in 2020, it would be just as much a failure as an American, but also a failure as a human being.”
Luckenbach-Boman was a 19-year-old college student in November 2016. From a Republican-voting family, she cast her ballot for Trump in Wisconsin, a swing state which he won by just 22,748 votes.
Voting for her first time, Luckenbach-Boman said she believed Trump, as a political outsider, was the change the US needed. She quickly changed her mind.
“It was just a few months into his presidency that I realized the biggest mistake I could have made as an American citizen was not informing myself,” Luckenbach-Boman said.
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been pro... (show quote)



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Jul 30, 2020 09:34:08   #
Airforceone
 
Kevyn wrote:
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been propelled by white working-class men, but another key group in that narrowest of victories was white women with college degrees.
After heavily favoring Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, enough of these voters broke ranks to help Trump over the line, tipping the balance in crucial states in the midwest and elsewhere.
In 2020, however, after four years of tumult, there are signs that Trump has not managed to hang on to that constituency.
“I really failed my fellow American citizens,” said Claudia Luckenbach-Boman. “I’m extremely disappointed in myself, and sometimes I am really afraid to talk about it.
“If I were to vote again for Donald Trump in 2020, it would be just as much a failure as an American, but also a failure as a human being.”
Luckenbach-Boman was a 19-year-old college student in November 2016. From a Republican-voting family, she cast her ballot for Trump in Wisconsin, a swing state which he won by just 22,748 votes.
Voting for her first time, Luckenbach-Boman said she believed Trump, as a political outsider, was the change the US needed. She quickly changed her mind.
“It was just a few months into his presidency that I realized the biggest mistake I could have made as an American citizen was not informing myself,” Luckenbach-Boman said.
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been pro... (show quote)


I was reading an article posted by a teacher in Florida that has been teaching for 23 years. Her comments were similar to what you have posted and her regrets of voting for Trump.

But what she said really got to me. (I am a teacher I get asked to walk into a classroom everyday not knowing if a person will walk threw that door with an assault rifle and start shooting. I am willing to take a bullet to protect these kids. And Trump and the republicans Only option is to do nothing.

Now Trump and the republicans are asking me to go into that same classroom during this massive outbreak in Florida and bring a bullet home to my kids and family. If they continue to insist on opening these schools and not following the simple guidelines set by Trumps own CDC I will no longer be a teacher.

Just these comments show how ignorant Trump supporters are to facts. We know Trump has zero empathy for human life.

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Jul 30, 2020 10:01:48   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
Kevyn wrote:
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been propelled by white working-class men, but another key group in that narrowest of victories was white women with college degrees.
After heavily favoring Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, enough of these voters broke ranks to help Trump over the line, tipping the balance in crucial states in the midwest and elsewhere.
In 2020, however, after four years of tumult, there are signs that Trump has not managed to hang on to that constituency.
“I really failed my fellow American citizens,” said Claudia Luckenbach-Boman. “I’m extremely disappointed in myself, and sometimes I am really afraid to talk about it.
“If I were to vote again for Donald Trump in 2020, it would be just as much a failure as an American, but also a failure as a human being.”
Luckenbach-Boman was a 19-year-old college student in November 2016. From a Republican-voting family, she cast her ballot for Trump in Wisconsin, a swing state which he won by just 22,748 votes.
Voting for her first time, Luckenbach-Boman said she believed Trump, as a political outsider, was the change the US needed. She quickly changed her mind.
“It was just a few months into his presidency that I realized the biggest mistake I could have made as an American citizen was not informing myself,” Luckenbach-Boman said.
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been pro... (show quote)


You should call Trump and offer to help him with this problem. I'm sure you've had the same problem for years. Starting with your mother.

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Jul 30, 2020 10:12:41   #
byronglimish Loc: Lapine Oregon
 
Milosia2 wrote:
It’s good, it shows some of these trump stars
Are educable!


Are "educable"...what does that mean?

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Jul 30, 2020 10:13:56   #
byronglimish Loc: Lapine Oregon
 
Lonewolf wrote:


Nothing brilliant to misspell?

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Jul 30, 2020 10:17:01   #
byronglimish Loc: Lapine Oregon
 
Airforceone wrote:
I was reading an article posted by a teacher in Florida that has been teaching for 23 years. Her comments were similar to what you have posted and her regrets of voting for Trump.

But what she said really got to me. (I am a teacher I get asked to walk into a classroom everyday not knowing if a person will walk threw that door with an assault rifle and start shooting. I am willing to take a bullet to protect these kids. And Trump and the republicans Only option is to do nothing.

Now Trump and the republicans are asking me to go into that same classroom during this massive outbreak in Florida and bring a bullet home to my kids and family. If they continue to insist on opening these schools and not following the simple guidelines set by Trumps own CDC I will no longer be a teacher.

Just these comments show how ignorant Trump supporters are to facts. We know Trump has zero empathy for human life.
I was reading an article posted by a teacher in Fl... (show quote)




You want the kids murdered. It's what makes you happy.

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Jul 30, 2020 10:25:19   #
amadjuster Loc: Texas Panhandle
 
Airforceone wrote:
I was reading an article posted by a teacher in Florida that has been teaching for 23 years. Her comments were similar to what you have posted and her regrets of voting for Trump.

But what she said really got to me. (I am a teacher I get asked to walk into a classroom everyday not knowing if a person will walk threw that door with an assault rifle and start shooting. I am willing to take a bullet to protect these kids. And Trump and the republicans Only option is to do nothing.

Now Trump and the republicans are asking me to go into that same classroom during this massive outbreak in Florida and bring a bullet home to my kids and family. If they continue to insist on opening these schools and not following the simple guidelines set by Trumps own CDC I will no longer be a teacher.

Just these comments show how ignorant Trump supporters are to facts. We know Trump has zero empathy for human life.
I was reading an article posted by a teacher in Fl... (show quote)


This is coming from the champion of abortion.

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Jul 30, 2020 10:36:24   #
Radiance3
 
Kevyn wrote:
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been propelled by white working-class men, but another key group in that narrowest of victories was white women with college degrees.
After heavily favoring Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, enough of these voters broke ranks to help Trump over the line, tipping the balance in crucial states in the midwest and elsewhere.
In 2020, however, after four years of tumult, there are signs that Trump has not managed to hang on to that constituency.
“I really failed my fellow American citizens,” said Claudia Luckenbach-Boman. “I’m extremely disappointed in myself, and sometimes I am really afraid to talk about it.
“If I were to vote again for Donald Trump in 2020, it would be just as much a failure as an American, but also a failure as a human being.”
Luckenbach-Boman was a 19-year-old college student in November 2016. From a Republican-voting family, she cast her ballot for Trump in Wisconsin, a swing state which he won by just 22,748 votes.
Voting for her first time, Luckenbach-Boman said she believed Trump, as a political outsider, was the change the US needed. She quickly changed her mind.
“It was just a few months into his presidency that I realized the biggest mistake I could have made as an American citizen was not informing myself,” Luckenbach-Boman said.
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been pro... (show quote)

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This woman must be so brain washed by the MSM. Joe promised her to student loan forgiveness using the money of the taxpayers. The student loan at present is now up to $1. 6 trillion.

The MSM has been 24/7 broadcasting or running its programs on TV's with the fake, false, fabricated, and twisted information. MSM's are the MOUTH PIECE OF JOSE BIDEN. Joe does not need to open is mouth, His advertisers are the MSM 24/7.

MSM audience are mostly are ignorant, free loaders and dependent on many things to the Federal government. College students / graduates as well are so brainwashed hoping to receive free tuition and tuition loan forgiveness from Joe Biden. But who are the people affected to pay their cost? The taxpayers. We the taxpayers must reduce our own cost to share to these delinquents and hoodlums' dependency.

The mass voters of the democrat party are the low level handouts, welfare folks and their families. There are more people on this category than the educated well accomplished people due to advanced learning and hard work. Those are the republicans. The earn, produce and pay large amount of taxes that the government spread to the poor to buy their votes.[/i]

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Jul 30, 2020 13:37:16   #
Catfish hunter Loc: Pollock idaho
 
Kevyn wrote:
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been propelled by white working-class men, but another key group in that narrowest of victories was white women with college degrees.
After heavily favoring Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, enough of these voters broke ranks to help Trump over the line, tipping the balance in crucial states in the midwest and elsewhere.
In 2020, however, after four years of tumult, there are signs that Trump has not managed to hang on to that constituency.
“I really failed my fellow American citizens,” said Claudia Luckenbach-Boman. “I’m extremely disappointed in myself, and sometimes I am really afraid to talk about it.
“If I were to vote again for Donald Trump in 2020, it would be just as much a failure as an American, but also a failure as a human being.”
Luckenbach-Boman was a 19-year-old college student in November 2016. From a Republican-voting family, she cast her ballot for Trump in Wisconsin, a swing state which he won by just 22,748 votes.
Voting for her first time, Luckenbach-Boman said she believed Trump, as a political outsider, was the change the US needed. She quickly changed her mind.
“It was just a few months into his presidency that I realized the biggest mistake I could have made as an American citizen was not informing myself,” Luckenbach-Boman said.
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been pro... (show quote)


With over 200 notches in her gun Hillary would have been better?🤣🤣 I voted for Trump, proudly, last time and I'll, proudly, do it again. At least he can tie his own shoes and form a complete sentence. That's more than I can say for Joe Biden.

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Jul 30, 2020 13:41:16   #
Catfish hunter Loc: Pollock idaho
 
Airforceone wrote:
I was reading an article posted by a teacher in Florida that has been teaching for 23 years. Her comments were similar to what you have posted and her regrets of voting for Trump.

But what she said really got to me. (I am a teacher I get asked to walk into a classroom everyday not knowing if a person will walk threw that door with an assault rifle and start shooting. I am willing to take a bullet to protect these kids. And Trump and the republicans Only option is to do nothing.

Now Trump and the republicans are asking me to go into that same classroom during this massive outbreak in Florida and bring a bullet home to my kids and family. If they continue to insist on opening these schools and not following the simple guidelines set by Trumps own CDC I will no longer be a teacher.

Just these comments show how ignorant Trump supporters are to facts. We know Trump has zero empathy for human life.
I was reading an article posted by a teacher in Fl... (show quote)


Show us the facts. So far there's none. If you people continue to live by media reports you're not qualified to be a teacher anyway. I know they brainwashed you in college and made you believe you were smarter than everyone else. Please do us all a favor and stay home where you'll quite corrupting the minds of our youth.

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Jul 30, 2020 17:55:43   #
Radiance3
 
Kevyn wrote:
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been propelled by white working-class men, but another key group in that narrowest of victories was white women with college degrees.
After heavily favoring Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, enough of these voters broke ranks to help Trump over the line, tipping the balance in crucial states in the midwest and elsewhere.
In 2020, however, after four years of tumult, there are signs that Trump has not managed to hang on to that constituency.
“I really failed my fellow American citizens,” said Claudia Luckenbach-Boman. “I’m extremely disappointed in myself, and sometimes I am really afraid to talk about it.
“If I were to vote again for Donald Trump in 2020, it would be just as much a failure as an American, but also a failure as a human being.”
Luckenbach-Boman was a 19-year-old college student in November 2016. From a Republican-voting family, she cast her ballot for Trump in Wisconsin, a swing state which he won by just 22,748 votes.
Voting for her first time, Luckenbach-Boman said she believed Trump, as a political outsider, was the change the US needed. She quickly changed her mind.
“It was just a few months into his presidency that I realized the biggest mistake I could have made as an American citizen was not informing myself,” Luckenbach-Boman said.
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been pro... (show quote)

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You made is plural when it was only one woman who want her student loan paid by Biden out of my tax, and others' taxes.

You want to misled just like the MSM. Won't work with me, liar!

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Jul 30, 2020 18:47:10   #
amadjuster Loc: Texas Panhandle
 
Radiance3 wrote:
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You made is plural when it was only one woman who want her student loan paid by Biden out of my tax, and others' taxes.

You want to misled just like the MSM. Won't work with me, liar!


Notice he uses quotes and then fails to mention where he got it from.

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Jul 31, 2020 06:46:16   #
drlarrygino
 
Kevyn wrote:
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been propelled by white working-class men, but another key group in that narrowest of victories was white women with college degrees.
After heavily favoring Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, enough of these voters broke ranks to help Trump over the line, tipping the balance in crucial states in the midwest and elsewhere.
In 2020, however, after four years of tumult, there are signs that Trump has not managed to hang on to that constituency.
“I really failed my fellow American citizens,” said Claudia Luckenbach-Boman. “I’m extremely disappointed in myself, and sometimes I am really afraid to talk about it.
“If I were to vote again for Donald Trump in 2020, it would be just as much a failure as an American, but also a failure as a human being.”
Luckenbach-Boman was a 19-year-old college student in November 2016. From a Republican-voting family, she cast her ballot for Trump in Wisconsin, a swing state which he won by just 22,748 votes.
Voting for her first time, Luckenbach-Boman said she believed Trump, as a political outsider, was the change the US needed. She quickly changed her mind.
“It was just a few months into his presidency that I realized the biggest mistake I could have made as an American citizen was not informing myself,” Luckenbach-Boman said.
Donald Trump’s 2016 election win may have been pro... (show quote)


Claudia should have added, " but a vote for Hitlery Clinton would have been more disastrous and would have been even a bigger mistake so I voted for Trump". The same will hold true for Claudia in 2020. A vote for Slo Joe will be a Titanic vote for our destruction and Trump is the only viable candidate to keep the Titanic afloat!!

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