Should Conservatives Start A Third Party Or Parties?
By Dave Levine
It’s clear that The Republican Party as we knew it is dead in the water, obliterated by The Liberal Maniac-Trojan Horse they let in the gates.
Many are writing about “the death of the GOP” but these writers are still doing what anti-Conservatives have always done–ignoring the grass roots, the Conservatives in that party. Today, some of those have left the party. There is nothing to go home to.
There are at least two third party efforts going on by Conservatives, neither one of which I am a part of–the Reclaim DC movement led by admitted drug addict David Serenda and the smaller New Americana movement by JD Rucker. Neither has money to function as a political party. That is light years away, if ever.
It’s as if the third party movement is waiting for 2020 to see “who runs” as a Republican. Right now, I’d have to say it’s between Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Senator Ted Cruz, both of whom endorsed Trump. The hundreds of thousands of Conservatives who have left the GOP may return in 2020 if either of these pols runs but 2018 stands in the way, at least for Cruz.
But first, Trump must be defeated on Election Day and then ignored. Conservatives will have to decide after that “where” to go–third party-ville or return to the hated GOP.
One Conservative leader isn’t getting much mention these days–Senator Mike Lee. Keep your eyes on him!