Presidential candidate fears for the future of the Constitution

The Constitution Party candidates are on ballots in 25 states and registered as write-ins in 21 others. However, Constitution Party Presidential Candidate Darrell Castle says party members are hoping that even more people will hear their message.

Castle, a Tennessee native and practicing attorney, told a Logan audience Wednesday night that Donald Trump does not know what the Constitution is and Hillary Clinton knows what it is but does not bother to use it.

He said American Founders came together to form the Constitution to give the government enumerated powers, and it is the abuse of those powers that is causing so many problems today.

“I tell them what I have to say, that the rule of law is in danger and that the Constitution is in danger,” Castle said. “If they elect Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump that danger is not going away.

“There is very little time left to preserve those things for the American people. that is a message that resonates with them when they hear it.”

If elected president, Castle said he would like to separate the United States from the United Nations. He said the United Nations came about in order to avoid war but we have been in war almost all the time since.

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