freedomisntfree saidSpoiled brat, The Donald, claims he's being mistreated at the hands of the Republican so he picks up his toys and storms out of the party. ButT then he mounts a campaign as an independent and this time much more successfully than John Anderson or Ross Perot.
Come election day he pulls enough votes from democrats and republicans that no one gets to 270.
You've hit on three things. #1. The people supporting Trump.
Contrary to what the 20 degree left leaning media would like people to believe, Trump is appealing to more to Independent voters (42% of the population) who are fed up with both Democrats (31%) and Republicans (26%). It's the independents to whom Trump's break with politics as usual is pure hardcore porn. In spite of what some half witted neurotic commenters say, Trump is not getting support from Tea Parties or the religious right. He hasn't pandered to them with anything he's said. If he does he'll be whittling off the Independents who've been showing up in numbers no candidate is drawing just to see and him.
It's probably not a coincidence that as Trump's percentages in polls increase both Hillary and Bernie have seen decreases as well as all the Republican candidates.Hillary April 46% ...... July 39%...
It appears the Cucking Funt is headed into the mud. No new numbers are out on Sanders. No surprise there. The 20 degree tilt of the media wouldn't want to cause mass suicides on the sheeple farm.#2. The talk about Trump running as an Independent if he doesn't get the Republican nomination
Trump is no dummy; he's perhaps the best hardball bargainer on earth. His threats of running as an independent is a 40 ton bargaining chip.... not much different than an employee going to his boss to say he's been offered a higher paying job from a competing company. Every damned time that happens to me with a winning employee I price him out of his job description to be sure I don't have to deal with it again anytime soon.
If Republicans they don't follow that principle they'll be to blame for everything that happens afterwards... which leads us to........#3. What happens if no one gets 270 in the electoral college.
Then the current
House of Representatives votes, negotiates and revotes until they can proclaim a winner. The way the House is stacked now there's no way a Democrat or socialist running as a Democrat could win. If they declare whichever career Republican the winner over Trump it could easily lead to the start of a strong 3rd party that could knock the crap out of future elections and the old parties which is way overdue.