Libertarianism rose from the ashes as usurper Barack Hussein Obama transformed America, peaking around 2012 with Ron Paul’s second failed Presidential bid in the Republican Party. Since that time, libertarianism has waned as real right-wing leaders able to achieve results such as Donald J. Trump have emerged.
But that isn’t stopping the Libertarian Party – the perennial laughingstock that it is – from being used by the Democrats as a spoiler against Republicans as they desperately attempt to fulfill their ‘blue wave’ prophecy in next week’s crucial mid-term elections.
In the Georgia gubernatorial race, Trump Republican Brian Kemp is going up against socialist affirmative action leftist Stacey Abrams, who recently brought in talk show heffer Oprah Winfrey to campaign on her behalf. The Libertarian Party candidate, Ted Metz, is fighting to force a run-off between the two candidates despite having a snowball’s chance in hell of actually achieving victory.
In an even more insidious example of Libertarian sabotage, the Democratic Party in Indiana is openly promoting the Libertarian candidate for Senate. They sent out mailers touting the fiscally conservative record of candidate Lucy Brenton in the hopes to swing another close election. They made the dubious claim that Republican Mike Braun “raised Indiana taxes 159 times” in the hopes to fool conservative voters into assisting the Democrats.
A man who will just not go away, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson, is nationally renowned as the red-eyed disgrace who was infamously befuddled when asked about Aleppo running for President in 2016. Johnson is running for the U.S. Senate in his home state. His pointless vanity campaign has polled as high (dude weed lmao) as 20 percent in certain polls, showing there is a surprising amount of dopers in the Land of Enchantment. He is taking support from Republican candidate Mick Rich who is attempting to take down the incumbent Democrat Marin Heinrich. Because of Johnson’s meddling, the seat is all but assured to stay in Democratic hands.
But not every Libertarian Party candidate is a selfish lowlife desperate to sabotage Trump’s MAGA mandate. The Montana Libertarian Party candidate for Senate, Rick Breckenridge, recently endorsed Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale after it became obvious that the desperate Democratic incumbent Jon Tester was attempting to draw votes toward Breckenridge to stay in power.
“The reality is I’m only going to get 3 or 4 percent of the vote, and he [Rosendale] has the character to combat this issue,” Breckenridge said. “I’m standing in unity and solidarity with Matt to combat dark money in politics.”
All Libertarians would be wise to be as graceful as Breckenridge if they hope to win back some of the lost momentum for their fledgling cause.