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Are Trump and Biden acting in a political soap opera?



The days of our lives are getting interesting.

Realizing politics has tangible results for regular citizens, questioning the authenticity of politics is relevant considering the holistic factors involved. For instance, wondering if the political frontrunners for key positions in the U.S. government are playing a part, acting a character that has been scripted in correlation with their sincere personality underneath.

The implications are far-reaching if this is the case, yet isn’t the question relevant in our deep fake technological world? Considering that the divide between fantasy and reality has been clouded with deception and virtual reality, doesn’t it seem plausible in some measure to think that the U.S. presidential race is scripted to control the population according to a certain agenda?

Is it naive to think the powers to be would allow the citizens to direct the government when they could get away with not doing so? Is it cynical to think otherwise or practical common sense?

Essentially, the ongoing 2024 US presidential election might be like the soap opera “Days of Our Lives,” “Santa Barbara,” or “The Young and the Restless.” Hey, Americans love their movies and television programming.

Yes, politics has real consequences in our daily lives as Americans, yet is it authentic and sincere, or are these politicians simply actors playing a part for bigger powers behind the scenes? Asking the question shouldn’t shock anyone, yet it does for most.

If there is a script for the political soap opera, who is writing it and what are their intentions?

As the possible political soap opera continues in the 2024 US presidential election, the days of our lives continue as well. One thing is for sure, it is as good as any Hollywood movie or daytime television drama.

Originally published at NewsBreak (to no avail)

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