Getting Through the Maze of Pennsylvanian Voter Values | Full Frontal on TBS

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Published on October 29, 2020

There’s nothing corny about voting! Except, well, the fact that we sent Mike Rubens, Amy Hoggart, Mike Brown, and Allana Harkin to a corn maze in Pennsylvania to talk to voters about the state’s potentially critical influence on the election.

This piece was produced by Todd Bieber with Grace Leeson and edited by Grace Kline.

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10 comments

  • Sosayweall jpg 11 months ago

    “how do you persuade a Trump voter to not do that”

    “you don’t”

    pretty much

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  • New Message 11 months ago

    Bobbing for iPads is almost worth sticking your head in that community spit bucket.

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  • Manophere. com 11 months ago

    Has anyone heard of under aged girls found on Hunter Biden’s Laptop

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  • Osmosis Jones 11 months ago

    What’s more important protecting the environment or the will of people.. What should take place of electoral college in protecting less populated areas.
    And should be anything to country balance the majority of people so they don’t become to tyrannical. Especially against those. Who contribute or fight for or understand.
    The left actually believes its the net tax payers who don’t pay their fare share not welfare recipients

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  • redPill Cosby 11 months ago

    Hayhayhay most advancements in environmentally friendly are under capitalism.
    As more digital.
    If Venezuela is such a don’t right now why don’t they collect the methane gas like in capitalist countries

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  • Ragglock 11 months ago

    They killed /drowned an iPad, shame shame shame 🛎

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  • redPill Cosby 11 months ago

    Hayhayhay reliable sources say Capitalism is responsible for destruction environments and same reliable sources also say Venezuela’s collapse was because they were to dependant on oil 🙄 the those reliable sources say it’s it’s the net tax payers who don’t pay their fare share.
    Unlike the welfare recipients.

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  • redPill Cosby 11 months ago

    Everyone who wants to dismantle the electoral college says it’s against the will of the people. But historically Is the Will of people always good for country.
    She some times the right thing the best interest not all or most fare isn’t popular especially if infringes on the privilege of majority.

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  • Osmosis Jones 11 months ago

    Sometimes the basic rights of the view trump the minor comforts and of many.
    And. Standing for few doesn’t give popular vote..

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  • khaxjc1 11 months ago

    I agree with the first guy. Having the “power” is scary. Im near Philadelphia and I can tell you there are plenty of Trump signs and Trump supporter here and we are not in that T zone. Not even close. There have been more Biden signs popping up since the debate but Trump representation still outnumbers. The reason as far as I can tell for much of the support around here is willful ignorance. They dont actually follow what Trump and his people do and say. Instead they hear from friends and maybe the news. If they like what they hear they accept it. If they dont, it must be fake but know they arent going to look into it to find out for sure. I literally know a man who refuses to acknowledge anything from twitter so if Trump tweeted it, then it doesnt exist to him. He also has confessed to not liking to hear Trump speak, so he never listens to any interviews, speeches, rallies, and so on. He’ll just get the highlights from source he trusts. I know he isnt alone. If all that wasn’t depressing enough it doesn’t even get us started on those not voting and why that is.

    So yeah. Every time I hear PA is going to be “powerful” in this election, I am scared.

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