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Donald Trump supporters are putting the Republican Party on notice, “steal the nomination from Trump and we’re out of here.”

Of course, to keep the voters in check, their pundits pull out their box of excuses as to why going third party is not a good idea but then they play that card every four years.

Sons of Liberty Media by Tim Brown

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courtesy of Gage Skidmore, Flickr (cc)

There is no doubt that the Republican establishment are hell bent on stopping Donald Trump from becoming the GOP nominee. We have seen then gather to talk about how they can stop Trump and what’s most interesting is how many of the establishment boys are now backing Senator Ted Cruz, which isn’t that surprising. Now, Republicans who are supporting Trump are putting the party on notice that they will walk from the party if the establishment power brokers attempt to steal the nomination.

According to a petition, which has garnered nearly 23,000 signatures as of the writing of this article, people are pledging to no longer be affiliated with the Republican Party should there be indication that the establishment is in any way attempting to steal the nomination from Trump, should he win in the primaries […]

While it has been a long time coming, Americans are finally drawing the line in the sand.

American voters are not gang bangers (most of us anyway) nor do voters owe their allegiance to a two-party system that is as corrupt as it is Progressive.