On Sat, 14 Nov 2020 13:54:17 -0600, Tony <lizandtony at orcon dot net
Post by Tony Post by Rich80105
It is clear from this and other articles, that the extremist views of
Trump and his cronies are getting perilously close to being akin to
treason. That some in New Zealand appear to have similar views is a
caution to us all.
Only a tiny minority and therefore of little concern except to conspiracy
theorists until they do something unlawful.
Not that tiny a minority:
" Very few Kiwi Trumpers identified with arch-populist Winston Peters,
however. Only 4.9% of them said he is the party leader they felt
closest to, perhaps because of his coalition with Labour after the
2017 election. They were more attached to Nationals Judith Collins
(46.6%) and ACT Party leader David Seymour (30.2%).
Only 20% of National supporters overall said they hoped Trump would
win. But this sub-group of National supporters made up 56% of the
entire cohort of Kiwi Trumpers. A further 23% of Kiwi Trumpers
supported ACT. So, the National Party is the preferred party of the