Earlier this week I did my research on Constitution Party Presidential nominee Darrell Castle, and demonstrated how he’s no better than Donald Trump. Principled conservatives looking for someone to vote for, should go elsewhere.
Turns out I’m not the only one pointing out the facts about Castle. So he has replied to the points I made, and importantly refuses to deny he’s a 9/11 Truther.
See for yourself in his own words:
Am I a Truther? I am always looking for the truth. Sometimes I am happy with what I find and sometimes not so much. Listen to my podcast “Twenty-eight Pages” and judge for yourself. I spend hours every week studying and preparing and producing the podcasts. I believe truth should be sought.
See, most people would say “Am I a Truther? No, I am not. I don’t believe in conspiracy theories about 9/11.” But no, Castle dances around it. I did listen to his podcast, and here’s the conclusion I drew:
How about some Trutherism? Like Donald Trump, Castle suggests a massive 9/11 coverup, spinning a story that goes all the way back to the Bretton Woods deal, right up to the president day, including both Presidents Bush and Obama in his vast Saudi/9/11 conspiracy.
If Darrell Castle feels the need to hedge his views on 9/11, how can we trust him to hold true on any other position? We can’t trust him to be pro-life or pro-Constitution if he’s just going to say whatever he feels he has to, in order to get elected.