Republican voters have become wise to the treachery of the Republican party.  Whether due to incompetence, laziness, or willful compliance like Mitch McConnell, the GOP has become part of the swamp in the decades since WWII.  Since Trump exposed this for every day voters, they are not pleased.

The Blaze Reports:

Nearly half of Trump supporters — 46% — said they would abandon the GOP if Trump created his own political party, according to a new Suffolk University-USA Today poll released over the weekend.

In fact, only 27% of respondents said they would stay with the Republican Party, while the remaining percentage of respondents said they are undecided.

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“We feel like Republicans don’t fight enough for us, and we all see Donald Trump fighting for us as hard as he can, every single day,” a Wisconsin business owner told USA Today. “But then you have establishment Republicans who just agree with establishment Democrats and everything, and they don’t ever push back.”

Meanwhile, half of the respondents said the Republican Party should be “more loyal to Trump,” and fewer than 20% said the GOP should jettison loyalty to the former president.

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These results mirror those we reported from an earlier YouGov poll that we reported on, earlier this month.


But that isn’t all.  An another poll found equally striking results in favor of Trump.

The Blaze Reports:

Most Republicans would quit the GOP and join a hypothetical third party started by former President Donald Trump, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds.

According to the survey, 64% of registered Republicans said they would join a new political party if Trump founded one. No less than 32% said they would be “very likely” to join a Trump party.

Just 36% of Republicans opposed leaving the GOP for a party founded by Trump.

But it’s not just Republicans who could be swayed to a third-party movement. The survey found 28% of self-identified independents and 15% of Democrats said they would be likely to join a Trump party.

Overall, 37% of voters said if Trump starts a new political party, they’d be likely to join.


This is very good news for America and bad news for the GOP, which has been complicit in the destruction of America, its voting system, its constituents, and the first-term of Donald Trump.

What do you think: Will Trump seize this moment and form a Patriot party to take away control from anti-American opportunists like Mitch McConnell and syphon any remaining moderate Democrats?

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