Saturday, May 16, 2020

Justin Amash Announces He Will Not Seek the Libertarian Party Presidential Nomination

In a surprise move, Justin Amash in a series of tweets has announced he will not seek the nomination of the Libertarian Party to run in the 2020 presidential campaign.

Earlier polls showed him ahead in the delegate count.

Now, it appears that the race is between Jacob Hornberger and Jo Jorgensen.

Jorgensen was the Libertarian Party Vice-Presidential nominee on the Harry Browne ticket in 1996.



  1. I think that some real libertarians were beating him up relentlessly on Twitter. What if lost the nomination fight? How would that look?

  2. I enthusiastically 2nd Rick Gee's sentiment!! Michael http://TheREBT.Life

  3. I think the human race is designed to prevent a majority from preferring liberty. Like Mencken said, genetics just seems to lend itself to producing mediocrity. At this point, you'll only achieve a libertarian state by creating a floating city or settling some desolate rock like Antarctica. Even if you get that state, it'll degrade back into a welfare state after a few generations.

  4. Thank goodness. His milquetoast and devoid-of-libertarian-principles interviews and large platform made him a threat to the liberty movement.