Although I understand the premise of the re-blogged article; I think that we are presented with the idea that if Justin Amash (who just left the Republican party) decides to run for the Libertarian nod, will he “just siphon Trump’s votes” or will he seriously stump to become a non-establishment candidate?
The 2020 Presidential election is heating up with the Democratic Primary spear heading the most anticipated election of recent history. With over 20 candidates seeking their nomination everyone is trying to unseat Donald Trump who unexpectedly rose to power in the 2016 election.
That election saw the biggest success the Libertarian party ever had with Governor Gary Johnson receiving over 3% of the total popular vote which equated to over 4.4 million votes. Many Libertarians had hoped for more in the 2016 election, but history shows that the success that Johnson gained was historical.
Now, we are at the 2020 election cycle and the Libertarian Party once again has the potential to make history, but they are lacking something very important. A viable candidate!
Here are your top candidates for the Libertarian Party. Adam Kokesh, Arvin Vohra, John Mcafee, and Vermin Supreme. I can tell you right now that…
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