From Bill Clinton barring voters from entering a polling place to a sudden loss of 125,000 votes in the New York primary, the broken machines and missing ballots of 2016 have created a shadow of skepticism looms over our election processes.
And, by extension, the trustworthiness of our government as a whole.
This collusion works as a non-compete clause, denying a split vote in key states in order to try and rob Trump of as many delegates as possible.
Collusion is widely regarded as illegal in nearly every form of law, yet somehow it is okay for our politicians to openly practice it.
For years, a lack of voter turnout has been publicly lamented by both parties.
Ironically, those same establishment puppets may be ousted from their comfortable jobs with record-setting levels of voter turnout this year.
Neither Democratic nor Republican voters appear satisfied with whatever the establishment has to offer.