Over at IPR, Nate gave his two cents on what the Libertarian Party can do for its presidential ticket in 2020. For those of you hanging on to libertarianism, which Nathan Norman declared as dead, here’s some good ideas:
I see three ways for the Libertarians to go in 2020
1. Nominate anarchist neckbeard. Beg for money to get him to libertarian dinner clubs around the country. Raise enough to make it to some of them. Disappoint the rest . Do lots of podcast interviews with 40 year old virgins and literally dozens of listeners. End up with 0.2%, completely irrelevant to result. Congratulate each other for finally nominating a “real libertarian.” Trump wins all 50 states, loses only in DC.
2. Nominate William Weld. Do better than ever before. Split the liberal vote. Help Trump win all 50 states, losing only DC.
3. Recognize the reality that most libertarians actually support President Trump. Co-nominate the President for re-election. Focus on local races they may actually have some chance to win. Trump wins 50 states, loses only DC. Filibuster-proof Republican majority in the Senate. Huge Republican majority in the House. Republican control of state houses and Governorships up to 40 plus by this time. Trump nominees revolutionizing the judiciary branch. Military and police firmly behind the Commander in Chief, and he firmly behind them. ISIS, Mestizo invaders, China, Democrats, liberals, criminals, looters, rioters, communists, feminists, BLM, and other enemies of the USA and the West all being routed everywhere you look. Trump, Putin, LePen, Farange and friends leading the Euro-American alliance to glorious victory.
Andy Jacobs is aggressively against option #2, he wrote:
Jesus-fucking-Christ! Shun, ban, what the fuck difference does it make? How about kick his ass out of the party? Do I have to be any more blunt? If Weld shows his mug at another LP meeting, call the Hans-Hermannn Hoppe physical removal service. Burn his membership card and remove his name from the list of party members. This guy is a toxic establishment scumbag who massively screwed the party and the cause over on multiple occasions. Keeping him around and giving him another chance to screw us sends the message that we are the world’s biggest suckers, which will attract more con-men like him. So to hell with this guy.
Bill Weld AKA Weld my Johnson
Premier election site Politics1.com has recognized Nathan Norman as a potential 2020 presidential candidate. His name is listed under the header INDEPENDENT, OTHER & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES with “American Freedom Party-Pennsylvania” in parentheses. A link goes to his Twitter page.
“It’s a great honor to be mentioned as a possible candidate,” says Norman who ran as a Libertarian in 2016, “I totally agree with the principles of the American Freedom Party.”
The American Freedom Party takes an alt-right stance on the issues and supports the interests of European-Americans. Norman has previously hinted he may run for the party’s nomination. His 2016 campaign website currently features the logo of the American Freedom Party and teases, “2020 ???? Stay tuned for updates . . .”
“I really hope he runs,” says Moses Austwin, a longtime associate of Norman who worked on his 2016 campaign, “He’s got the skill, the energy, and the balls to make 2020 a meaningful race and push the interests of White people to the forefront.”
Norman was a strong supporter of Donald Trump in the 2016 general election. It is not known how Trump’s potential re-election plans may affect Norman’s decision to run.
I did a Google image search of “Robert Milnes for President” to learn more about a potential ally, adversary, or running mate for my potential 2020 presidential campaign: Robert Milnes, owner of the PLAS Place. Surprisingly, the second image to pop up in the search was a very strange meme:
Does anyone have any information on who the man is in the meme? He does not look well. I do not believe that is Robert Milnes.
Anyone have any idea why the meme was created or why it is the second most popular result in a Google image search?
If you know anything please comment below.
Nathan Norman responded on Twitter to the IPR-X exclusive I broke on Sunday about Norman possibly running again for president in 2020 as a Democrat:
This confirms Norman will not run as a Democrat in 2020 but remains open to running as the presidential nominee of the American Freedom Party, which uses the @American3rdP Twitter handle.
Reportedly, Norman also discussed running with the American Freedom Party in a comment at the PLAS Place, but the comment has since been deleted, evidently caught up in a deletion of sexually perverse comments made by Wahid Tariq Fasil (AKA Paulie “Cyberpig” Frankel).
Over at the PLAS Place, entertainer Nathan Norman suggested how activist Robert Milnes could potentially win the White House in 2020:
First join the Democratic Party. Then do something to get major attention like streaking at a sporting event. Then when they interview you announce you are running for president as a Democrat and direct everyone to this website.
Milnes rejected the idea, but “Wahid Tariq Fasil” AKA “Wang Tang Fu” AKA Paulie “Cyberpig” Frankel liked the idea and put out a suggestion of his own:
I sounds like a good plan to me. The Democrats are down to fewer governors and state legislatures than they have had since the 1920s. They are the minority in both houses of Congress and have lost the Presidency. The Republicans will now control most of the appointments on the Supreme Court. They are losing states that they hadn’t lost since 1988 when it comes to the electoral vote. With every election they are losing support in the midwest, and have virtually no hope anywhere in the south or non-coastal west in electoral votes. Their losses are now spreading to the Northeast as well, with Pennsylvania and parts of Maine, and nearly New Hampshire as well, going over to the Republicans. If they don’t take a radical step and nominate someone like Robert Milnes or Nathan Norman, they will become a permanent minority with no power at all, especially when Trump starts his deportations.
Therefore, if Robert Milnes doesn’t take Nathan Norman’s advice, Norman should take his own advice so that he can become the next Democratic Presidential candidate in 2020.