Maas is considered one of the biggest proponents of expanding censorship laws, demanding persecution, fines and jail-time for everybody posting "hate speech" on social media.
Any reasonable definition of "hate speech" would have to include parts of the Koran and Hadiths, plus a substantial number of fatwas. Where there's life, there's hope: if enough Social Democratic Party supporters take time to read what Islam actually says, they might want to ban it instead of importing it.
One of my favorite YouTubers said it best. Feminists believe in a lot of things and very often what some feminists believe in violently conflict with what other feminists believe in. Feminism is a mosh pit of stupidity and misinformation and feminists themselves can't even agree what the term means.
However all feminists share one trait that is nearly universal: They all believe they are unlucky to be women and are sure men have it better.
This self-loathing is the genesis of the feminist cancer.
The problem is Trump is riding an historic wave of "Fuck the establishment, Fuck lobbyists, Fuck free trade" sentiment, while Hillary represents exactly all these things.
She is fighting against momentum, and she isn't exactly the type of charismatic leader that would turn things around. The only thing she has is... the establishment says she is inevitable. Well... we'll see about that.
The reality is too many people have underestimated Trump so far, and too many continue to underestimate him.
You would think the fact that a foreigner who should be drawn and quartered, or at least shot dead by the cia, financing bullshit racist protests would be enough to get Americans to go and pull the lever for trump.
My hope is Trump breaks off Bernie, Cruz, and Kasich's numbers to make up the 10% deficit that Hillary has over him.
Trump is absolutely going to get most of those unaffiliated voters who couldn't vote in the closed primary states because they weren't a registered D or R. Those numbers are probably huge, and potentially big enough to give Trump a win in plenty of states. I suppose one could look at some of the closed primary states to see where their general election vote totals generally are and compare them to the primary totals to see what the numbers of non-affiliates voters are and guess how many more potential votes for Trump there are in those states.