☕Morning fam, If there is any takeaway from midterms, it’s that voting has no effect or impact on duopoly. If it did we would not exist in a duopoly. There is one party with 2 names. Heads they win, tails we lose. Always. Real change does not come by way of “the vote”. “The vote” is just a metric to see how many still believe despite evidence to the contrary. As long as the masses keep engaging, there is no incentive to change, especially to anything that threatens the duopoly. All sides work together to stifle any threat to the duopoly or status quo. Many of you will do this all over again in 2 years expecting different results. And call me crazy.

☕Morning fam, If there is any takeaway from midterms, it’s that voting has no effect or impact on duopoly. If it did we would not exist in a duopoly. There is one party with 2 names. Heads they win, tails

Read more☕Morning fam, If there is any takeaway from midterms, it’s that voting has no effect or impact on duopoly. If it did we would not exist in a duopoly. There is one party with 2 names. Heads they win, tails we lose. Always. Real change does not come by way of “the vote”. “The vote” is just a metric to see how many still believe despite evidence to the contrary. As long as the masses keep engaging, there is no incentive to change, especially to anything that threatens the duopoly. All sides work together to stifle any threat to the duopoly or status quo. Many of you will do this all over again in 2 years expecting different results. And call me crazy.

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