GSA Denies National Security Briefings to Gary Johnson
Some parties are more equal than others...
Alexandria - The General Services Administration (GSA) has denied a request by the Libertarian Party to recognize Governor Gary Johnson as an eligible candidate for president under the Presidential Transition Act, thus denying him appropriate and equal access to security briefings and other relevant services provided for presidential candidates.
This puts him at a distinct disadvantage during the remainder of the campaign when questions about national security and foreign policy arise.
On Aug. 29, AdWeek described an ad released the prior week:
“Funded by Alternative PAC, a Johnson supporter, the five-minute video promotes a movement called Balanced Rebellion, which...aims to match voters one-to-one with others who are disappointed in the major-party choices for leader of the free world...”
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