Despite the Leftist narrative accusing the GOP of being racist, misogynistic or homophobic, the Republican Party attracted https://www.npr.org/2020/11/03/929478378/understanding-the-2020-electorate-ap-votecast-survey&source=gmail&ust=1613048842771000&usg=AFQjCNEWpfUXWxixAQZ-fCBU5FoBmXh2d A">the most diverse coalition of voters since 1960. Diving into the numbers, Trump added more Black, Latino, Asian and gay voters to the conservative populist movement than any other president or nominee in the party’s recent history.
And no matter what one thinks of Trump the person, the message and populism he advocated for resonates with voters. It was and remains unapologetically America First, anti-war and pro-worker, focused on merit-based opportunity, judicial reform, strong borders and an unwavering commitment to law and order. To state the obvious, the Trump coalition came up short in 2020. But the vision of an America that lives up to our national motto – “Out of Many, One” – did not.
So this Democrat will take the same sensible step as others before me. It’s time to leave the hateful, violent and un-American Democrat Party.