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Tim Picciott

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Article originally seen at: Libertarian Advisor

There is no arguing, that many of the people who are supporting Trump, are not supporting the Republican party and they certainly aren't supporting the Republican establishment.

After the railroading I personally witnessed in the 2012 campaign with Ron Paul, I vowed to never support the Republican party again.  This was not a case of being a sore loser. It was a case of seeing the clear rigging the RNC elite were willing to employ to crush the "Liberty Movement".

While most traditional Republican voters had no idea this went on in 2012, the same cannot be said of the 2016 Republican primary.  Time and time again, the party elite showed their utter contempt for their own, as they tried to repeatedly silence the will of their average voter.

Whether, it was canceling elections in Colorado or prominent Republican's openly talking about winning back the Whitehouse from Hillary, the fix is now seen by most.

Interestingly enough, the same thing happened to Sander's supporters, but the Clinton machine was too much to overcome.  As a side note, I think the media is taking the Sander's vote as a given, when nothing could be farther from the truth. Sure there will still be some who support Hillary, but many will choose to stay in their parent's basement on election day…especially if there is bad weather.

Trump, on the other hand, has people sleeping overnight for a chance to see him… sort've like what you used to see back when a new iPhone would be released.

Typical line at a Trump Rally


The latest insult from the Republican party is the fact that they have spent ZERO dollars on television ad buys for Mr Trump. Now, I don't think television ads are the most useful place to use your resources, but you can be for damn sure this wouldn't be the case if one of their insiders were the candidate (Basically anyone but Trump and Rand Paul).

This, parlayed with the coordinated abandoning of Trump by many party leaders following the "Grab her by the…" audio should be the final straw.  Especially since most of these politicians have had several well-known affairs and scandals of their own.

The biggest hypocrite of them all has to be Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Grown women don't usually like to be called "girls." But I think I know something they like to be called even less! "Tools for my sexual release."

"As much as when you see a blonde with great t**s and a great ass, you say to yourself, 'Hey, she must be stupid or must have nothing else to offer,' which maybe is the case many times. But then again there is the one that is as smart as her breasts look, great as her face looks, beautiful as her whole body looks gorgeous, you know, so people are shocked." – Schwarzenegger talking to Esquire magazine in July of 2003

"Having chicks around is the kind of thing that breaks up the intense training. It gives you relief, and then afterward you go back to the serious stuff." – Arnold Schwarzenegger in a 1977 interview with Oui magazine

It is clear the RNC…and the DNC too, could care less about the American people.   Trump had to run as a Republican to break through the 3rd party blockade as outlined in my article on "Why the Commission on Presidential Debates is a Complete Fraud".

Now that the grassroots has successfully hijacked the most important position within the GOP its time Mr Trump calls them out on their BS.  George Washington wasn't affiliated with any party and this country needs another George Washington… and badly.

After Trump ditches the party he should use his bully pulpit to:

-Push for term limits

-End the revolving door of government and lobbyist

-End the revolving door of government and wall st

-Expose the Commission on Presidential debates for the fraud that it is.

-Get money out of politics

-Hold politicians to the same standard as citizens and hold  fair trials for the bad actors

-Break up the banks

-Restructure the monetary system

-End the unnecessary wars so we can prioritize building infrastructure here

-Restore the constitution.

I can think of 100's of other things he should do but the President is not a dictator, so there is only so much they can do.

Do you think Trump should drop his Republican affiliation, win or lose?  Also what would do you think Trump should prioritize…besides setting up the special investigator for Hillary?