White people voted for these men to defend them.
Not only did they not defend them, now they’re trying to completely obliterate them.
More than two-dozen former Republican members of Congress threw their support behind a “Republicans for Biden” effort being launched Monday by the Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign to engage potential GOP supporters this November.
The announcement comes on the first day of the Republican National Convention, as delegates prepare to formally re-nominate President Trump on Monday.
In their respective convention agendas, each party has sought to showcase converted supporters. Joe Biden’s list of Republican supporters, shared first with Fox News, includes a number of well-known Trump critics, most notably former GOP Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona.
Last fall, he penned an op-ed urging lawmakers to abandon the president and save their “souls,” as he backed impeachment. He’s since said he won’t vote for Trump, but had held off on a formal Biden endorsement until now.
Some others on the list had already backed the former vice president, including former Republican Sens. Gordon Humphrey of New Hampshire (who is now an independent) and John Warner of Virginia. They’re joined by a number of former Republican House members:
Former Reps. Steve Bartlett of Texas, Bill Clinger of Pennsylvania, Tom Coleman of Missouri, Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania, Charles Djou of Hawaii, Mickey Edwards of Oklahoma, Wayne Gilchrest of Maryland, Jim Greenwood of Pennsylvania, Bob Inglis of South Carolina, Jim Kolbe of Arizona, Steve Kuykendall of California, Ray LaHood of Illinois (who served as Transportation secretary in the Obama administration), Jim Leach of Iowa, Connie Morella of Maryland, Mike Parker of Mississippi, Jack Quinn of New York, Claudine Schneider of Rhode Island, Chris Shays of Connecticut, Peter Smith of Vermont, Alan Steelman of Texas, Bill Whitehurst of Virginia, Dick Zimmer of New Jersey, and Jim Walsh of New York.
A Biden campaign official told Fox News the endorsements are a “strong rebuke” of Trump and his administration.
“These former members of Congress cited Trump’s corruption, destruction of democracy, blatant disregard for moral decency, and urgent need to get the country back on course as a reason why they support Biden,” the Biden campaign official told Fox News.
“These former Members of Congress are supporting Joe Biden because they know what’s at stake in this election and that Trump’s failures as President have superseded partisanship,” the official continued.
Meanwhile, the official told Fox News that Flake, who repeatedly clashed with the president during his time in the Senate and even floated challenging him, is expected to make remarks Monday afternoon on why he is supporting Biden.
What do they expect people to think this is about?
Just that Trump said something mean?
The Biden-Harris ticket is effectively communism. They’ve fully endorsed Antifa and the blacks burning down our cities. Black Lives Matter has stated they want to “abolish the nuclear family,” and Biden-Harris have endorsed them. Aggressively, they’ve endorsed them. They’re going to legalize tens of millions of illegal immigrants and give them government healthcare. They want the state to have the authority to turn children into transsexuals using injections. There is literally no single thing within the Democrat platform that even vaguely relates to anything that any Republican ever voted for, ever.
Furthermore, a Biden-Harris victory effectively means an end to the Republican Party. They will never again be able to win national office after the tens of millions of illegal immigrants in the country are given full voting rights. We will be in a one-party state.
It’s not just me saying this – Tucker Carlson said it all the way back in June.
These Republicans are mad because Trump doesn’t follow the rules. He didn’t start any wars. He says things completely randomly. Most importantly, at least rhetorically, he sides with the people against the establishment.
For me personally, it is hard to imagine a bigger reason to vote for Trump than this Republican endorsement of Biden. It shows he’s doing something right.