The Democrats are out for blood after the Capitol Hill riot.
The RINOs have their knives out for Donald Trump, too.
But one new Trump poll just gave Mitt Romney a massive headache.
The horrific attack on the Capitol is being used as a pretext by the Democrats to crack down on Republicans and conservatives.
Big tech already colluded to censor the president of the United States from every major platform, now the Democrats are making political moves to go after their enemies.
Leftists have called for Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, and other Republicans to be booted from the Senate for advocating an audit of the general election vote.
Nancy Pelosi even stunningly went to the Pentagon to get assurances that they would ignore any orders from Trump.
Pelosi and the Democrats are impeaching Trump a second time based on nothing more than cynical partisan politics. They’re hoping to remove him with a two-thirds vote in the Senate literally one day before Joe Biden is set to take office.
Backstabbing RINO Mitt Romney voted for Trump’s removal during last year’s sham impeachment, and he’s likely to do it again.
But it’s highly unlikely that the Democrats and RINOs can muster 67 votes – and even if they can, a new poll shows they should tread lightly.
According to a poll from Axios, 36% of the Republican Party considers themselves Trump loyalists.
The GOP divide: 56% of Republicans consider themselves traditional Rs while 36% are loyal to Trump — at all costs. https://t.co/3r9DRtiwXe
— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) January 14, 2021
Republicans support Trump over Mitch McConnell by a considerable margin.
If you speak to Republicans who aren’t in the media or work in politics, you shouldn’t find this surprising https://t.co/IWj7mmIjnM
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) January 14, 2021
This shouldn’t come as too big of a surprise.
One of the reasons Trump got elected was because he actually fought for his base while RINOs like Romney have routinely sold out the party.
Surrendering to the left was a hallmark of the GOP until Trump came along.
Romney, McConnell, and other establishment Republicans have done little to garner the support and loyalty that Trump has.
Trump received 74 million votes and the largest GOP share of the nonwhite vote since 1960 in this year’s presidential election.
Trump worked to grow the party and put American interests first, much to the exasperation of the establishment.
Trump’s persecution at the hands of the Democrats, the RINOs, and the deep state will only grow his support among the Republican base – whether he’s in the Oval Office or not.