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Gary Johnson Files Anti-Trust Lawsuit To Get Into Presidential Debates

September 22, 2012

Gary Johnson


By Zeke Miller

Both parties and the debate commission are trying to “hoodwink” the American people.

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson filed an anti-trust lawsuit in federal court Friday to try to force his way into next month’s presidential debates.

Johnson, who first sought the GOP primary nomination before launching a third-party bid, is suing the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates and both the Democratic and Republican parties, calling the CPD a “conspiracy.”

The CPD was founded jointly by the two parties and the nominee, and the lawsuit alleges that they meet every four years to set the rules for the debate to “hoodwink” the American people.

Gary Johnson Files Anti-Trust Lawsuit To Get Into Presidential Debates [continued]

The Complaint:




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  • Jingo

    Excellent move. As I’ve read many complaints it was far from perfect but definitely well written and has properly cited various laws so as to position itself well. It will likely receive standing. Very well done. The problem may be defining conspiracy and opening the defendants’ files for discovery, though I suspect if minutes were kept as is required of any corporation, then it would be a rather open and shut case.

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