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This guy again:

Presidential candidate Cornel West is leaving the Green Party and will continue his bid for the White House as an independent candidate.

“As Dr. West’s campaign for president grows, he believes the best way to challenge the entrenched system is by focusing 100% on the people, not on the intricacies of internal party dynamics,” said the West campaign in a statement.

West, an outspoken progressive and longtime university scholar, has ruffled feathers among Democrats, who view him as a potential spoiler for President Joe Biden’s reelection chances. West has batted back the idea he might pull support from Biden in multiple interviews, saying the Biden campaign is free to court the voters flocking to him.

A former Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) surrogate, West first entered the race on the People’s Party ticket. But that party’s lack of ballot access, soon compelled him to run for the Green Party’s nomination instead.

But now, West has broken up with the Green Party too. The campaign declined to elaborate further on the decision to leave beyond wanting to be more focused on voters than intraparty dynamics.

And thus his role in the presidential race has become murkier.

Too delusional revolutionary for the Green Party!

Let’s make one thing perfectly clear, as Richard Nixon used to say: The only meaningful criterion for evaluating any political decision anyone makes over the next 13 months is: Will it hurt Donald Trump’s chances of becoming president again, or will it help them?

That’s it. There isn’t anything else that matters right now.

Sorry for all the blackmail.

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