The elite, terrified of the potential impact of scandals and health concerns surrounding Hillary Clinton, are promoting third-party candidates in the hope they siphon enough votes from Trump to deny him the presidency in favor of Hillary.
Libertarian presidential candidate and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson recently indicated he is a believer in man-made “global warming” and endorsed carbon taxes under a plan he calls “free market carbon fees.”
“I do believe that climate change is occurring,” he said. “I do believe that it is man-caused” and “that there can be and is a free-market approach to climate change.”
To combat climate change, he believes “that there can be and is a free-market approach to climate change” and that solution involves a “fee” on carbon producers; when pressed, he refused to call his proposal a “tax.”
Johnson’s exposure as a globalist puppet by embracing the UN-promoted fiction of made-made “global warming,” as well as his attempt to win credibility with the elite by selecting the anti-Second Amendment former Governor of Massachusetts William Weld as his running mate, comes after news emerged that a Super PAC supporting #NeverTrump Republican Evan McMullin is led by a Democratic Party operative.
The Super PAC founded to support McMullin, the “Stand Up Together” PAC, is led by Democratic political operative Kahlil Byrd. Byrd was the communications director and a senior strategist for former Democratic Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts during his campaign in 2006; he also served as the director of gubernatorial appointments for Patrick’s administration.
McMullin is a perfect match for the neo-conservative Republican Party elite, having worked for eleven years in the CIA, as well as for three years as an investment banker with Goldman Sachs.
By voting for McMullin, the Republican elite will cast blame for Hillary Clinton’s victory on Trump supporters who choose to vote for a candidate who is “not a true conservative,” despite their own stated admission of preferring Clinton to Trump.
The globalist elite, terrified of the pro-America populist campaign waged by Donald Trump, are hoping enough Americans cast their ballot for a third-party candidate to hand Hillary Clinton the presidency outright, or pass the election off to the House of Representatives in the event no candidate reaches 270 electoral votes.