A new Gallup poll finds 57% of Americans surveyed believe the two-party system is no longer acceptable and see a need for a third major political group. Regardless of how effective a third party could prove to be, the findings are more evidence that the American people have completely moved on from the artificial, corrupt Uniparty charade that all but destroyed this country from 1988-2015.
“Americans’ views of the two-party system have soured since Gallup’s initial 2003 measurement when a solid majority said the Republican and Democratic parties were doing an adequate job,” the polling agency says of the results. “More than 40% continued to feel this way on occasion through 2012, but since then no more than 38% have believed the two parties are adequate while as many as 61% have said a third party is needed.”
Parties in Flux
The poll finds 54% of Democrats support the idea of a third major party, compared to just 38% of Republicans. This is perfectly understandable in light of what has happened within the two parties since 2016.
Trump has begun the process of reshaping the Republican Party in his populist nationalist image.
Democrats saw their Bernie Sanders shot at the blue façade of the political establishment hammered into submission by powerful party forces that made sure globalist warhorse Hillary Clinton would take the Dem presidential nomination.
The 2016 general presidential election that followed was not Republican vs. Democrat. It was nationalist vs. globalist. That Trump’s opponents still haven’t firmly grasped this fact is the precise reason why he continues to get the better of them again and again.
Since the election, Trump has begun the process of reshaping the Republican Party in his populist nationalist image. It goes without saying that this re-branding has the effect of cleansing the party of the corrupt establishment core.
Democrats, however, were stifled by the Hillary millstone strapped around their necks in 2016 from conducting a similar purge of their establishment dinosaurs. They have been further thwarted by an aging congressional leadership, steeped in D.C. corruption, that refuses to make way for younger blood in the party.
The obvious lurch to the far left by Democrats in the 2018 primaries is a sign that the party is disintegrating as a coherent representative of any kind of authentically national membership. By making their party irrelevant in the eyes of more and more Americans, these ideologues further threaten the Uniparty control system in Washington. Deeply corrupt, life-long politicians such as Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) will find it harder to placate ever more rigid ideologues with babbled leftist platitudes as she pockets hundreds of millions of dollars in Chinese money.
No More Magic Letters
Corrupt politicians on both sides of the political aisle were able to use such highly charged issues as abortion as a political football for years as they conducted the real work of splitting up the Swamp spoils in private.
If scoundrels cannot hide behind the red R or blue D, they have to run on a more honest platform of what they truly represent. Then we can see just how much support they can get with the American people.
Never Trump diehards have already been working with Swamp-embedded Democrats to recapture their lost political monopoly. The New York Times reported in May that a “network — composed of overlapping groups led by Democrats such as the donor Rachel Pritzker and several veteran Obama administration operatives, as well as leading Never Trump Republicans like Evan McMullin, Mindy Finn and William Kristol — aims to chart a middle path between a Republican base falling in line behind Mr. Trump and a liberal resistance trying to pull the Democratic Party left.”
As the Republican Party enjoys a rebirth as a working class, populist Trump-fueled political force and as the Democratic Party devolves into progressive anarchy, let the corrupt so-called “center” jump into the fray. They can call themselves something like the Classical Liberalism Party, since the more accurate Party of Open Borders and Endless War probably won’t get them too far these days.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), Sens. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) and Ben Sasse (R-NE), here is your new home.
Yes, they’ll have money. Jeb Bush had money in 2015, too. It availed him nothing. With the end of the two-party system, the Swamp creatures will be forced into the light of day, which is never a good place for them to be.