Re: Please pathetic libtards stop the whining you lost big time
"i thought the american voters voted for hillary?"
Clearly, many did. In Jill Stein's investigations, some districts went 95% for her - something that NEVER happens without rigging - and in other checks, sometimes more than the number of registered voters.
Since that wasn't the desired outcome of said investigations, they were dropped like a hot potato.
Yes, there is a lot of extreme, wing-nut partisanship in the US (and world) just now, as the media has found that it helps generate clicks, and outfits like FB and YT have helped create silos in the quest to generate more ad revenue. It's like the HHGTTG shoe-shop ray has been turned to "rabid partisan" and pointed at us.
If you only see one side, I strongly suspect confirmation bias is in play - I see plenty to go around.
I also see that for example, self-segregated groups seem to project that all people share their views, which is reinforced by the above silos. Example - city vs country dwellers tend to be our versions of "left" and "right" respectively, and neither seems to understand this fact or stop supporting the idea that one size fits all. It doesn't.
There's a reason this country didn't start out with all power centralized, allowing different strokes for different folks, and the choice of horses for courses. We sadly seem to have forgotten how important that idea is.
Some important insights into the nature of what's mistakenly called AI and how it's dividing us all are in this talk - most people have an aha moment somewhere along the line here:
Wait till your news feeds, which are designed to *engage* you, not make you happy, are tailored to mental kinks you didn't even know you had. See talk above - click maximizers are the problem.
As usual, follow the money and surprises are much more rare.