THE SILENT MAJORITY

SCOTT MAYO 10

The silent majority does not stand with Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.

The silent majority knows that either would destroy this nation, as President.

The silent majority voted for Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primaries, everyone but Donald Trump in the Republican primaries–and no one at all in either, because independent voters were not allowed to vote in the primaries.

And the silent majority cannot be silent anymore.

Somehow, the silent majority must support a single candidate to defeat both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

And this single candidate must step forward immediately.

And the silent majority must support this single candidate immediately.

The silent majority knows this nation cannot stand with Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as President.

And the silent majority cannot be silent anymore.

2 Responses to “THE SILENT MAJORITY”


    • 2 solosocial August 8, 2016 at 1:09 am

      Thank you, Diane.

      The general election is now exactly three months away. But it’s not too late for this to happen. An alternative presidential candidate can step forward, and the silent majority can support him or her. And though it’s best if this happens immediately, it’s not too late till November 9. We have exactly three months till Election Day–and a lot can happen in three months.

      To my knowledge, the American people have never been confronted with as serious a dilemma as this. And Republican and Democratic voters are equally responsible for this dilemma. They have put too much trust in their respective political parties–and of course their respective political parties have betrayed that trust. Furthermore, Republican and Democratic voters have allowed their respective political parties to discriminate against independent voters with extreme prejudice–influencing Republican and Democratic politicians in almost every state to prohibit the votes and silence the voices of all independent voters in the primary elections. It’s almost unfathomable that such corruption as this goes on in the United States today. But it does.

      Because Republican and Democratic voters are equally responsible for this dilemma, in the first place, Republican and Democratic voters are equally responsible for selecting and electing an alternative presidential candidate.

      And though we independent voters are not responsible for this dilemma, Republican and Democratic voters can count on our support. In return, we will welcome them to our ranks. Just as an independent presidential candidate can be elected President if enough Americans vote for him or her, the hands of both the Republican and Democratic Parties can be forced if enough Republican and Democratic voters abandon their respective political parties, change their voting statuses to independent, and join their voices with ours.

      As polarized as the Republican and Democratic Parties are, they have two common interests: keeping independent candidates down, and keeping independent voters out.

      And Republican and Democratic voters can put a stop to this flagrant discrimination.


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