Maybe Third Parties Really Did Decide The Election
Michael Tracey

Every Jill Stein voter I know wasn’t going to vote for either Hillary or Trump if not for her, and most were more vehemently anti-Hillary than anti-Trump. Every Gary voter I know usually votes Republican or not at all. I wouldn’t be surprised if Gary hurt Donald more than he and Jill hurt Hillary. Irrelevant either way, though, since it’s the candidates’ jobs to get people to vote for them. You can not blame Jill and Gary for running on what they believe in and their voters for doing the same. They knew the risk. I knew the risk when I voted third party and do not regret it one bit.

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