No Labels is a political group that has been trying to allow all 50 American states to vote on a third-party candidate in the presidential election.
It's worth noting that Senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat from West Virginia, has been a part of No Labels since 2010. Could that indicate he isn't necessarily married to the idea of following crazy Democrat leaders off the edge of the cliff?
Many people think that Manchin's recent comments about No Labels may indicate he's preparing to leave the Democrat Party ahead of 2024.
"I’ve been part of No Labels since December of 2010. It’s the only game in town that wants to bring people together and get Democrats and Republicans working together," Manchin said. He was then asked if he could run nationwide on the No Labels ticket:
"People are starving, starving to work together," he said, suggesting that voters are sick of "this constant, daily routine of everyone’s against everybody and everybody’s fighting and arguing. Let’s be for the country and get something done."
Who knows what might happen if Manchin does decide to leave his party. He's been showing too much common sense for a while now, I'm surprised Democrats even let him stay in at this point.