As the primaries of the established parties near an end, the outcome is unsurprising.

On the Democratic side, the Democratic elite rigged the Democratic primary, and forced a result that benefited the one percent. Hillary Clinton is set to win the Democratic Primary, because her ally, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, acted as kingmaker and controlled the inner workings of the party. The primary result was selected before the primary began.

In the process, Debbie Wasserman Schultz silenced reform minded voters and protected the special interests’ control over Democratic Leadership.

On the Republican side, the Republican Party faces an internal struggle that will force a near implosion. In recent years, the Republican establishment created a an unholy alliance with far right fringe elements including racists, fascists and religious zealots. These far fringed elements took control of the Republican Party, and the effects will be seen in the 2016 election.

As the fringe radical takes over the Republican Party, moderate and populist American voters will watch in horror as stories of far right conservatism dominate the news.