STOP PANDERING TO MITCH LANDRIEU—AND SIGN THIS PETITION IF YOU WANT TO AVERT A DISASTER

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were the only Republican or Democratic presidential candidates in 2016 who were not suitable to be President of the United States—at all.

I have been an independent American voter since 2003.  Did you know that independent and third party voters are prohibited by law from voting in any Democratic or Republican primary elections in most U.S. states—because most U.S. states are closed primary states?  Did you know that if we independent and third party voters would not have been prohibited by law from voting in the Democratic or Republican primaries in most U.S. states in 2016, we could have prevented Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton from being elected President of the United States?  Did you know that if you would have voted for Bernie Sanders, instead of Hillary Clinton, in the 2016 Democratic primaries, you could have prevented Donald Trump from being elected President of the United States—and that you are more responsible for Donald Trump’s presidency than those who voted for him in the 2016 Republican primaries?

Though I first registered with the Republican Party, I voted for Ross Perot in 1992, at age 26—my first presidential vote was very late, but I have never regretted my choice.  And I have always regretted that not enough of my fellow American voters chose to vote for Ross Perot, rather than Bill Clinton or George H.W. Bush—because they thought an independent candidate couldn’t win.  (Of course he couldn’t win if you didn’t vote for him!)

There were no independent presidential candidates on the ballot, at all, in 2012—only third party candidates.  So I voted for Barack Obama—because I truly believed he was the lesser of two evils, and that I truly had to choose the lesser of two evils, in the first place.  And I have regretted that decision, ever since election night that year, when Barack Obama blindsided us with his LGBTQ rainbow bouquet.

And there were no independent presidential candidates on the ballot in 2016 either—only third party candidates.  And the only one of those parties whose platforms I completely dug was, ironically, the Reform Party—the party founded by Ross Perot supporters in 1995.  Yet the views of the presidential candidate for the Reform Party were in complete opposition to the views of the party he was supposed to represent.

So I cast a write-in vote for myself, Scott W. Mayo, as an independent presidential candidate in 2016—because that was the only way I could vote my conscience.

What are you going to do in 2020?

In 2020, you are likely to be faced with a choice between Mitch Landrieu and Donald Trump—or Mitch Landrieu and Nimrata Randhawa Haley.

And if you are fortunate enough to be stuck with Donald Trump for another four years—a far lesser evil than Mitch Landrieu—what are you going to do in 2024, when you are faced with a choice between any Democrat and Nimrata Randhawa Haley?

You can prevent this nightmare scenario by first ceasing and desisting your pandering to Mitch Landrieu and Nimrata Randhawa Haley.

They are both pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liars—and if you pander to either of them, you are setting your country and yourself up for a nightmare scenario far worse than the nightmare scenario in which your country and yourself are currently existing.

Stop pandering to Mitch Landrieu—and sign this petition if you want to avert a disaster:

https://www.change.org/p/president-trump-remove-the-dishonorable-nikki-r-haley-from-your-cabinet-immediately-so-you-can-immediately-restore-some-honor-to-your-cabinet

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