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Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton weighs in on the two-party political system

Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton weighs in on the two-party political system
Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton weighs in on the two-party political system

Current president Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are the presumptive nominees for the Democratic and Republican parties for the 2024 presidential elections.

A portion of the American population disapproves of both men and this group of potential voters is large enough to have its own nomination.

In the media they are called ‘the double haters’.

While Ravens free safety Kyle Hamilton didn’t fully consider himself one of the “double haters,” he did indicate he’d like to see more options.

Hamilton tweeted the following during Thursday night’s presidential debate:

While there will be other names on the ballot besides Biden and Trump, no candidate outside the two major political parties has a realistic chance of winning.

It is truly a two-party system, and cooperation between the two parties today is as minimal as it has ever been in modern American history.

What Hamilton posted here is certainly not controversial in any way. He wasn’t the only Ravens figure to voice his opinion on last night’s presidential debate.

Robert Griffin III, who played in 14 games over three seasons with the Ravens, posted:

Again, this is certainly not a minority opinion, as a large percentage of Americans would agree with RG3’s opinion. The two men on the debate stage had a combined age of 159.

One man had difficulty presenting himself coherently, while the other, although clearer, had difficulty presenting factual information. The debate provided more material for the double-haters, a group that would likely appreciate Hamilton and Griffin’s opinions.

The story originally appeared on Ravens Wire