Lowell, MA (October 13)—Nationally syndicated talk show host Glenn Beck is endorsing Constitution Party candidate Darrell Castle for President of the United States.
Beck said in a statement to The Conservatorian Review that he sees that there is another alternative to the two ‘major party’ candidates, “I cannot vote for Donald Trump. He is so unstable and he is so dangerous.”
“But I cannot vote for Hillary Clinton. I can’t do it. She’s just a horse of a different color. They’re both bad. Under Hillary Clinton, the nation would be run by oligarchs,” Beck said.
“I’m going to vote for Darrell Castle, the Constitution Party candidate. He has my endorsement,” Beck said.
In a statement for the press, Constitution Party of Massachusetts spokesman Bob Picard says the issue is principle, “Darrell Castle is the better choice because he is with a party that believes in the principles of liberty and the Constitution rather than personalities.”
Massachusetts Constitution Party staff member Mario Mariotti agrees. He says it’s time to focus on candidates who believe in the Constitution.
“The country needs to see that there are more than two choices and that the two major parties are really two sides of the same coin,” Mariotti said. “We are the better choice because of our commitment to the Constitution and the original intent of the Founders. Any other interpretation is unstable and could change with the next shift in the political winds.”
More information about Constitution Party Presidential Candidate Darrell Castle and running mate Scott Bradley is on the Constitution Party web site at http://www.constitutionparty.com.
Information on the Constitution Party of Massachusetts is available at http://www.cpoma.org.
About the Constitution Party of Massachusetts
The mission of the Constitution Party is to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity is to elect Constitution Party candidates at all levels of government. Our elected leaders need to uphold the principles of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, including the Bill of Rights, and the Massachusetts Constitution. It is our goal to limit the federal government to its delegated, enumerated, constitutional functions, along with defending state sovereignty and the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness within our commonwealth.