Democrat Slams His Own Party – Announces He’ Leaving To Join GOP

The Democratic Party’s fortunes are not good. Of course, the highest party officials are to blame, but they don’t seem to care. Everything linked to the economy is failing because they are only interested in passing their radical Green New Deal.

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Democrats are expected to lose at least the House of Representatives to Republicans in November as a result of their reckless policies that are wrecking the economy and severely impacting the wallets of average Americans.

Democrats think that the Roe v. Wade decision will increase support for them in the midterm elections, but that isn’t happening as costs for everything continue to soar and people still need to eat to survive and drive to work. When voting, they keep these considerations in mind.

In fact, Florida just declared itself to be a Republican state after more people registered as Republicans than Democrats.

Republicans are now represented by 134,412 more registered voters in the state than Democrats.

According to Democratic strategist Steve Schale, Democrats may have a lot of challenges in the future.

Before the end of this year, Schale projected on his blog page, “Without a full-frontal, professional and accountable partisan effort to turn it around, sometime before the end of this year, there will be more Republicans registered in Florida than Democrats.”

“That has NEVER happened before. And, given their voters have higher turnout scores — this isn’t a great place to start,” he remarked.

In a portent of things to come, a senior Democrat leader has now registered as a Republican in Las Vegas, Nevada, across the country.

The Democratic mayor of North Las Vegas, John Lee, recently announced he’s running as a Republican for re-election.

As a consequence of the Democrats’ embrace of socialism and their “anti-American” agenda, Lee became a Republican.

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“The party moved past me. In fact, Democrats are now leaving that party in droves because of the socialist agenda that has taken place in the Democratic Party,” Lee told Fox News’ Steve Doocy in an interview. “They’re totally anti-American. There was nowhere for people who thought and felt like I did about the virtues and values and morals of being a good American. It was time to leave. They have destroyed the Democratic Party now.”

In his view, the Democratic agenda is “elitist” and “socialist” and he can’t stand behind the extremist agenda of the party.

“They had an election recently for leadership, and four of the five people were card-carrying members of the Socialist Party. It’s not the party that I grew up with 25 years ago in this environment, and it’s not the party I can stand with anymore,” he declared.

“The working class, or working men and women of this country, and also the small business owners are not a part of the conversation anymore. It all has to do with the elitists and it has to do with the socialists. That is not the agenda that I have in mind for this country of the future,” he went on.

“When you’re a pro-life Democrat, a pro-gun Democrat, and you’re a very conservative person, that’s not really well known in the Democratic Party anymore. And so for me to hang on as long as I did, hoping the party would change, it didn’t, it got worse,” he proclaimed.

WATCH:

The Conservative Brief reported on the switch Americans are making when it comes to politics:

Democrats continue to move so far to the Left that a new report reveals that many are switching parties and joining the GOP.

Over the past year, a new report found that more than 1.7 million voters have left the Democratic Party to join the GOP.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is also facing serious political headwinds heading into November’s midterm elections. A whopping 32 Democrats have announced they will not seek re-election. The Senate will also be in place in the fall.

The switch in party affiliations came over the course of the past 12 months, as policies enacted by President Joe Biden and spending bills passed by the Democrat-controlled Congress have been roundly blamed for rampant inflation that has seen record-high average gas and diesel fuel prices, rising food and rent costs, and an enduring supply chain crisis as well as a chaotic, porous southwestern border.

Indeed, the latest Rasmussen Generic Congressional Ballot poll shows Americans will vote Republican over Democrat in the midterms. While the GOP lead slipped a bit because of the Roe decision, people are still indicating they will vote for conservatives.

Rasmussen’s poll was taken after Roe was overturned and ended on June 30th.

According to the outlet:

The 2022 midterm elections are now 130 days away, and Republicans have a five-point lead in their bid to recapture control of Congress.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that, if the elections for Congress were held today, 47% of Likely U.S. Voters would vote for the Republican candidate, while 42% would vote for the Democrat. Just four percent (4%) would vote for some other candidate, but another eight percent (8%) are not sure.

The Republican lead has decreased by three points since last week, when they led 48%-40%. The GOP has led the Generic Congressional Ballot all year.

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The survey of 2,500 U.S. Likely Voters was conducted on June 26-30, 2022 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/-2 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.

The Republican lead on the congressional ballot is mainly due to a 15-point advantage among independents. Eighty-nine percent (89%) of Republican voters say they would vote for their own party’s congressional candidate, and 85% of Democrats would vote for the Democratic candidate. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, however, 44% would vote Republican and 29% would vote Democrat, while 10% would vote for some other candidate and 17% are undecided.

Fifty-two percent (52%) of whites, 23% of Black voters and 42% of other minorities would vote Republican if the election were held today. Sixty-four percent (64%) of Black voters, 38% of whites and 41% of other minorities would vote Democrat.

As long as Democrats continue their march towards socialism, they will bleed voters. There are fewer and fewer moderates in the party now, and as Mayor Lee has shown us, even those in elected positions are leaving for the GOP because of Democrat extremism.