I do, I mentioned it in my comment. I don't normally go to Fox for my news feed, there's a personality or 2 I Like on the network but I dont go to Fox constantly for my news feed.
And lastly, those thinking Republicans are the enemy and Trump should be dead, you're the ones filled up on propoganda. No reasonable people wish death upon anyone, you come off as insane. I can sense the shortcomings of Republicans and am willing to call them out on their issues, and while I've never been fond of the Democratic Party, not once did I wish that Obama would die, in fact I wished him the best, because the better he does the better I do. If you seriously think Trump is pushing propoganda currently and want him dead, the next minimum 8-16 years will not be fun for you. While I may not agree with his own news network, every other source on TV is fake at this point, and he isn't wishing death upon CNN and MSNBC, he wants them to not lie about the news.
Even though Trump is making his own station for news, he comes off as the adult when people say I want Trump dead.
If we're honest, Trump is most definetely better than Pence...
As a whole, my strongest beliefs on american politics currently are on electoral reforms. A system that gives only 2 viable options for the electorat is kust barely democratic, in my eyes. People feel obliged to abide to the group of opinions of one side or the other, and have become unable to view issues seperately (since they voted A, they feel the need to justify every single action that A takes, even if it isn't part of the issues which they chose A for.)
I really think that it's time that we dropped the terms "left" and "right". Issues should be regarded individually, and individuals should have the right to be judged independantly.
I'll agree with notion, purely for the fact thatthe landscape has changed quite a bit. I know a lot of Trump supporters/defenders are Reagan Democrats, and let's be honest, the Democratic Party from 2000 is nowhere near the Party of today. How I see it is that Democrats have moved towards more leftist ideology whereas Repulicans have started to engulf parts of the left while keeping their original base in tact. That, and people tend to use the phrase as slander as shut down insults (similar to how Democrats constantly use racist, sexist, biggot, etc.). The political ideology is on a spectrum, some think slightly more left, but believe in a few solutions on the right.
As for the electoral system, it's just fine. I wish Dems and Repubs didn't control everything, but what else is there even to choose from. Libertarians have no motives to vote for, and the Green Party comes off as a single issue party to the majority of the public, which causes a lot of people to not vote for them (something that may become an issue in the Democratic Party if they go forward with the Trump bashing mentality. *Cough Waters, Pelosi, Schummer *Cough).
And as for people coming to their own conlusion, that's their own concern. I never let the Republican Party steal my vote, in fact I didn't like Trump at first. But as time went along I realized that I had a dislike for both candidates, so in order to support one, I had to listen to them speak. As I listened to Trump, he then came off as relatable to me. He didn't talk over me like Hillary, he used simple words to summarize my distaste in Washington. That and Hillary doing the whole deplorable thing really turned me off from her. Point is, I didn't like Trump, but by using my thoughts and hearing them speak, I was able to get the conclusion I desired for.