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Both U.S. parties prevent voting for non-establishment candidates

Argentina's election of anti-establishment Javier Milei could never happen in the US

Supporters of Robert F Kennedy, Jr and Donald Trump are outraged that voters cannot select their desired non-establishment candidates. But this isn’t new. In 2012, voting rules were openly altered mid-process to disqualify a 'wrong' candidate gaining too many votes. If this occurred in Russia, media would decry its democracy; yet, when it happened in Florida, they stayed silent.

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