Just yesterday, Westmoreland County Sheriff James Albert decided to cut his allegiance to the Democrat Party and join the Republican Party. Sheriff Albert said it was a tough decision to make in an interview with The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

“It was a really difficult decision and I’ve thought long and hard about it, but I feel I stand for the ideals of the Republican Party platform more than the Democrats today.”

Albert, who calls himself a “conservative Democrat,” supports the right to life, the 2nd amendment, and is a member of the National Rifle Association. His decision to leave directly relates to the recent riots across the country, especially the killing of the Police Captain in St. Louis:

“I was saddened and enraged by the murder of David Dorn, a 77-year-old African American retired police captain, who was shot by a pawn shop looter during a protest in St. Louis.”

Albert also expressed concern over the reaction to these riots from top figureheads in the Democrat Party:

“These outrageous, lawless acts have been met with silence, acquiescence and, in some instances, outright support from the local, state, and national leadership of the Democratic Party. As a lifelong public servant and member of law enforcement, I have not left the Democratic Party; the Democratic Party has left me.”

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The behavior coming from the Democrat Party is nothing new as just last wee,k a Democrat staffer was arrested during one of the riots in Portland, as previously reported by 100%FedUp:

Democrat staffer Kristina Narayan was arrested during the ongoing riots in Portland. Speaker Kotek’s office has not responded to requests for comment. A total of 59 rioters were arrested on Saturday and early Sunday morning. The leftist mob was hurling rocks and molotov cocktails at Portland police.

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“Kristina Narayan was arrested for Interfering with a Police Officer after the event became a riot, and the crowd was given multiple orders to disperse, which she did not do,” a spokesperson for the Portland police department told Fox News.

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