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Chuck Baldwin
Chuck Baldwin

Location: USA

Specialization: American history, way of life, and principles

NO MATTER WHAT, THE ESTABLISHMENT WILL HAVE THEIR CONTROLLED CANDIDATES IN BOTH MAJOR PARTIES.

The problem for the establishment this year is that there is not one, but two anti-establishment candidates in the race: one in each party.

For the most part, the two major parties are controlled by the same Big Government, Police State-loving, war-mongering, power-hungry, egotistical elitist clubmen whose only aim is to satisfy their insatiable appetite for personal gain. Anyone, and I mean anyone, who isn’t willing to lick the boots and kiss the rings of the establishment elite will unleash the wrath of the fire-breathing dragons in both parties--not to mention their toadies in the propaganda media.

Normally, there will be but one anti-establishment candidate capable of upsetting the establishment applecart in a given presidential race. During the last half-century or so, that means men such as Barry Goldwater, George Wallace, John Anderson, Ross Perot, Pat Buchanan, and Ron Paul. These men are summarily run over by the combined force of the political and media establishments--or in the case of Wallace, shot--thus ensuring that no matter which major party candidate wins, the establishment prevails.

This is why no matter which party controls the White House and Congress, the drumbeat goes on for the establishment elite: more and more government growth and spending; more and more intrusions into our personal lives; more and more jobs shipped overseas; more and more illegal immigration; more and more foreign wars; more and more federal usurpation of State sovereignty; more and more power to overbearing federal agencies such as the BLM and EPA; and more and more economic hardship for the middle class.

The problem for the establishment this year is that there is not one, but two anti-establishment candidates in the race: one in each party. The combined candidacies of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are making life a veritable hell for the establishment elite. The fact that so many millions of people from both the left and the right are supporting these two men is   definitely a cause for the establishment to be concerned. The anger and frustration of the American people with the establishment are VERY real.

Also, millions of people have completely given up on the ballot box. The testimonies of computer hackers claiming to have rigged voting machines or to being eyewitnesses to vote fraud, the overt manipulation of party delegates, rules, and procedures, and the track record of nothing changing no matter who is elected (as referenced above) have caused millions of people to give up on voting altogether. There are more people who believe that voting is a complete waste of time today than at any time in our nation’s history.

But the establishment elite controlling both major parties do not care one iota. They will have their controlled candidate NO MATTER WHAT.

Watch the DNC use hook or crook to bury Bernie Sanders; and watch the RNC pull out a bag of dirty tricks and reject both Trump and Cruz at the convention and nominate an ultimate establishment insider--someone such as House Speaker Paul Ryan.

If that happens, I don't see Trump or Sanders riding quietly into the sunset. Cruz was NEVER anti-establishment, so don't look for him to bolt.

This is going to get VERY INTERESTING.

By the way, the Constitution Party nominating convention is next week.

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