What is it about a Third Party Candidate that makes people so nervous? In most elections, there are usually more than two candidates running, but people generally only know about two – the Republican and the Democrat. Why is this? In this Special Edition episode, before the first debate of the 2016 United States Presidential General Election, we examine the tactics people use in order to dissuade another person from using their Constitutional right to vote for the candidate of their choice, and to keep their vote within the Two-Party System. We also examine the defense against these tactics, also known as using facts.