Chairman of the Libertarian Party appears to insinuate support for Trump as the party faces backlash over the appointment of a radical left party | The Gateway expert

Libertarian Party Chair Angela McArdle (Credit: Libertarian Party); Donald Trump (credit: White House)

The Libertarian Party is facing internal conflict and public scrutiny after the recent selection of a controversial candidate for the upcoming elections, with tensions escalating as the party chairman appears to insinuate support for Trump.

The Libertarian Party's presidential candidate, Chase Oliver, is a far-left radical whose views are completely at odds with the party's principles.

Oliver, a former Democrat who once supported Barack Obama, has called for an end to the “American war machine” and the “genocide in Gaza.” He also supports the Marxist terror group Black Lives Matter, drag queen story hours, open borders and Big Tech censorship.

Critics have criticized Oliver as too progressive for the libertarian ticket, pointing to his past support for movements and policies such as Black Lives Matter, drag queen story hours and strict Big Tech censorship.

Furthermore, his support for controversial policies such as open borders and mandatory vaccinations and masks reinforces his position, which is far removed from traditional libertarian values.

Oliver's nomination has sparked major opposition within the Libertarian Party, with many members threatening to vote for Donald Trump.

Caryn Anne Harlos, the national secretary of the Libertarian Party, has taken a tough stance against party members who threaten to defect to Trump.

“If you now claim to vote for Trump because you don't like Oliver, you weren't in the party until thick and thin. And that's fine, but that's not how third-party movements survive. I stay here to continue our legacy. I'm a party person and have never hidden that. I will remain that way,” Harlos said.

The most dramatic development, however, comes from Libertarian Party Chair Angela McArdle, who appears to be opening the door to aligning herself with former President Donald Trump amid growing internal backlash.

In a recent statement, McArdle hinted at possible strategic collaborations with Trump.

“It's understandable that everyone is freaking out right now. I will have more to say this weekend,” said McArdle.

“For now, I can say that I delivered an incredible convention, with the help of my amazing staff and volunteers. All my critics were wrong. I made the right decision to invite Donald Trump and if libertarians can behave, he will free Ross Ulbricht and put one of us in his cabinet. The ball is in your court, libertarians. We will end up in that government,” she said.

On Saturday, President Donald Trump delivered a fiery speech that courted the liberal crowd.

Despite his efforts to unify, not all attendees were swayed by Trump's presence or proposals. A vocal section of the crowd expressed its disapproval through boos and unruly behavior.

The president has had enough and has told the Libertarian Party what needs to be said.

“The Libertarian Party should nominate Trump as President of the United States,” Trump announced, adding, “Only if you want to win. Maybe you don't want to win,” he said. “Keep getting your 3% every four years.”

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