What If: Could Gary Johnson get hot and play the spoiler?

by Abel Hampton September 9, 2016, 2:38

No arrests were made at Tuesday's protest, and Kirchmeier seemed to express a downgrade of police presence. It is this violation for which Stein is being charged. One possible charge could be for trespassing and another for vandalism, though it's not yet known whether these would be felony or misdemeanor charges.

The incidents overshadowed Stein's interview with the editorial board of the Los Angeles Times, which was published Tuesday.

No law enforcement personnel were present Saturday when violence broke out between private security guards and protesters.

"Officers were pulled back from the area because it was determined that it was unsafe for them to go into the situation", he said. "We will pursue charges as needed", he said.

Jill Stein announces that she will seek the Green Party's presidential nomination, at the National Press Club, June 23, 2015 in Washington, DC. Tuesday, U.S. Judge James Boasberg temporarily stopped some of the construction on the project.

Stein has gone on Twitter repeatedly to protest the Dakota Access pipeline and has met with state tribal leaders in solidarity.

Stein was in North Dakota with dozens of demonstrators to protest the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a almost $4 billion effort to construct a pipeline linking the Bakken shale formation, a large shale oil deposit in the state, with oil refineries on the Gulf coast.

For more on the pipeline and what's being done to stop it, check out Democracy Now's interview with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe chairman Dave Archambault and Earth Justice lawyer Jan Hasselman.

As a result, according to AOL News, the Morton County Sheriff's Department has issued a warrant for her arrest for trespassing and vandalism.

Activists invited Stein to leave a message at the protest site near the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's reservation on Tuesday, Figueroa said, and Stein sprayed "I approve this message" in red paint on the blade of a bulldozer.

Stein, and running mate Ajamu Baraka, now sit at 3.2 percent in the Real Clear Politics national average.

According to the RealClearPolitics polling average, the Green Party candidate has never polled above five percent in this election cycle, and is now on 3.2 percent. Libertarian Party candidate for President Gary Johnson has more support in Idaho according to one poll than in all other states but five.


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