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Chuck Baldwin
Chuck Baldwin

Location: USA

Specialization: American history, way of life, and principles

TRUMP AND SANDERS: THE ONLY CANDIDATES NOT BOUGHT BY GLOBALIST NEOCON ESTABLISHMENT - WILL THERE BE A THIRD PARTY?

Voting for honesty, or why sellouts should be burned at the stakes

I know I'm focusing on the presidential election again. Forgive me. But this is shaping up to be a political bloodbath.

The RNC is preparing to scrap the rules put in place by Mitt Romney as a way to defeat Ron Paul in 2012. That same rule now favors Trump, so they intend to scrap it to keep Trump from winning. 

Scrapping the rule would also likely ruin Cruz's chances of winning. 

Meanwhile, Paul Ryan is about to make the major announcement that he is NOT seeking the nomination. But remember, Ryan already said he wasn't seeking the House Speakership at least five times. And what position does he now occupy? Right. US House Speaker. 

To not be outdone, the DNC is using every crooked trick in the book to keep Bernie Sanders from getting their nomination. 

To be sure, many people, including me, still have serious doubts about Trump. And for people like me, Sanders isn't even an option 

But let’s be honest, folks, Trump, and Sanders are the ONLY two candidates from the two major parties that are NOT bought by the Globalist Neocon establishment. And if the RNC and DNC pull something like what the Colorado GOP just did, millions of the American people will NOT sit quietly and take it. 

And should Trump decide to go the third party route, would he even need an existing party with ballot access? 

The Constitution Party has two good men vying for the nomination this week in Salt Lake City: Darell Castle (my VP running mate in 2008) and Joe Miller from Alaska. 

Would the CP and its nominee even consider such a move from Trump?

From where I stand, it looks like a 50/50 proposition at best. 

One thing I'm sure of is that the two major parties are headed for the Gunfight at the OK Corral. And I think it's likely that one or both of these sick, shady, and sinister political parties will not survive. 

And I have to tell you, the thought of one or both of these globalist establishment parties going up in flames excites me to NO END.

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