Says the person who thinks "from" makes a difference.<quoted text>You didn't say FROM...you literally challenged linguist, would you please just quit digging that hole. "cede
Give up (power or territory): "they ceded control of the schools to the government".
You didn't MEAN to do that, PeeWee...LMAO@U
What power are you alleging the poster had over voters in the middle between Progressive or Conservative?
Secede means to surrender an association with such as a political organization.
The poster seceded from the middle ground, denied a political association with them.
I really do not give much credit to you and most of your claims after you failed to understand what an idiom was and repeatedly declared that you knew better than English language experts.
You have had your own major literally challenges. The difference is you keep claiming to be a "know-it-all" about the English language.
I think you this is another one of your red "hairings" that is not "legitamate" but you could ask your "made".