This Guy’s Reasons for Ditching the GOP Make Total Sense
A guy on the Internet made a valuable point on a Twitter video this past weekend, and he directed his ire at the current GOP leadership.
The fact that the feds recently arrested this man, Phillip Anderson, on misdemeanor and felony charges related to January 6 is, to me, irrelevant.
Charles Manson could have said the same thing about the GOP….and he still would have made a valid point.
On Saturday, Anderson (@PhilipAnde25595) said he’s finished with the GOP.
“These people do not represent us. They do not care if we are thrown in prison for the rest of our lives. They don’t care.
We take so much heat just for supporting the Republican Party, for supporting these Republicans. And they don’t even represent us. All they ever do is backstab us and screw us over.
If I’m going to be taking all of this heat for supporting these people, then they need to actually fix our country. They need to actually represent us and do the things that we want them to do. Because we work our ass off to put these people in office. We work our ass off to guard against the left and do the things we have to do, and our lives get destroyed. Our lives get f***ing destroyed.
Meanwhile, all these people care about is stuffing their pockets with another $10 million or $100 million. That’s all they care about. All they care about is themselves, themselves, themselves and their lobbyists. They don’t give a f*** about us. If they want votes, then they should go talk to the lobbyists. Not to me. Not to me. I ask for very little of these people, and they don’t do any of it. They make me lots and lots of promises, and they break every single promise.
They go in secret meetings and have secret ballots and secret votes in the Capitol basement, just to screw us over, just to stab us in the back. They do it every single time, so f*** the Republican Party. F*** Republicans. I’m done. I’ll vote for Donald J. Trump, but that’s it. That’s all.”
For context, the feds arrested Anderson, of Mesquite, Texas, in August and charged him with felony offenses of civil disorder and obstruction of an official proceeding and misdemeanor offenses of entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds; disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds; and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building.
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